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Ninebot Segway ES1 No. 9 Folding Electric Scooter from Xiaomi Mijia £247.38 @ Gearbest
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Ninebot Segway ES1 No. 9 Folding Electric Scooter from Xiaomi Mijia £247.38 @ Gearbest

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Ninebot Segway ES1 No. 9 Folding Electric Scooter from Xiaomi Mijia £247.38 @ Gearbest
Posted 26th Jan 2019Edited by:"robertofry"

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Seems like a good price from a flash sale.
Tempted to get for my commute to work.

Reviews seem to suggest it has some advantages over the Xiaomi m365. Solid wheels that don't puncture, front suspension, easier to carry and an app that lets you lock/disable it's usage.

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Ninebot electric scooter from Xiaomi Mijia selection, your thoughtful and reliable partner of commute and casual going out.
Powerful 500W motor and 5.2Ah large capacity battery ensure your trip perfect. Expansion battery for higher speed and longer mileage. Double-braking, 4m braking distance, smart BMS, bright front light, your safety, our duty!

Main Features:
● 5.2Ah Li-ion battery ( included ) with smart BMS: 187Wh, 25km mileage, 45km with expansion battery ( not included )
● Powerful 500W motor: 20km/h speed, gradeability up to 10 degree, uneven land cannot stop your journey
● Dual-brake system: digital brake and mechanical brake, 4m short braking distance
● Quick-folding by one switch, 114 x 15 x 22cm folding size, space-saving and portable to carry
● Solid rubber tire: 8 inch front tire and 7.5 inch rear tire, with anti-slip texture, shockproof spring and high road-holding ability
● Aluminum alloy body: lightweight, high strength, 100kg payload, IP54 waterproof in main body, IP67 waterproof in battery part
● Smart App: remote control by mobile phone and detecting scooter datum ( scanning QR code in user manual )
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Walletmoth119 m ago

Loved these in Paris but can’t understand people buying them since they a …Loved these in Paris but can’t understand people buying them since they are illegal on British streets and roads so limited use


So is cycling on the pavement but my mum has been doing it for 40 years. Total law breaker, lock her up I say.
Ive commuted on this for about a month with no problems. I do a 4 mile journey there and a 4 mile journey back on pavement and sometimes cycle lanes. I have passed police in cars and on foot when I've been on the pavement or cycle lane and it's been fine as long as you are not being a menace. Tbf I think these are on the verge of being legalised. Just a matter of when.
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That's electric, where's the battery? Drink!
£250.....
great for commuting if you commute at the bottom of your own garden...
i bought this from a deal in October: takes 2 months to arrive however - no import charges! Absolutely BRILLIANT piece of kit and been using solidly for a month.
Loved these in Paris but can’t understand people buying them since they are illegal on British streets and roads so limited use
Walletmoth119 m ago

Loved these in Paris but can’t understand people buying them since they a …Loved these in Paris but can’t understand people buying them since they are illegal on British streets and roads so limited use


So is cycling on the pavement but my mum has been doing it for 40 years. Total law breaker, lock her up I say.
What’s the cheapest these have gone on the flash sales?
Ive commuted on this for about a month with no problems. I do a 4 mile journey there and a 4 mile journey back on pavement and sometimes cycle lanes. I have passed police in cars and on foot when I've been on the pavement or cycle lane and it's been fine as long as you are not being a menace. Tbf I think these are on the verge of being legalised. Just a matter of when.
Chi1 h, 4 m ago

Ive commuted on this for about a month with no problems. I do a 4 mile …Ive commuted on this for about a month with no problems. I do a 4 mile journey there and a 4 mile journey back on pavement and sometimes cycle lanes. I have passed police in cars and on foot when I've been on the pavement or cycle lane and it's been fine as long as you are not being a menace. Tbf I think these are on the verge of being legalised. Just a matter of when.


Most police don't care about the law to the letter, its a common sense approach that's taken by most.
Chi26/01/2019 20:53

Ive commuted on this for about a month with no problems. I do a 4 mile …Ive commuted on this for about a month with no problems. I do a 4 mile journey there and a 4 mile journey back on pavement and sometimes cycle lanes. I have passed police in cars and on foot when I've been on the pavement or cycle lane and it's been fine as long as you are not being a menace. Tbf I think these are on the verge of being legalised. Just a matter of when.


You get 8 miles out of one? How far can they go on a single charge?
fish3237 h, 38 m ago

You get 8 miles out of one? How far can they go on a single charge?


25km is the stated range. Which is about 15miles. But I expect it would be a bit less in real world conditions...depending on what mode it's in, your weight, and how hilly the journey is.
Wish I had a need for one of these. I live in the country so can't see when I'd use it but it does look fun. Good price.
Yea tbh the front suspension doesn't seem to do much. If your journey includes cobbled streets or old rocky paving or grass, then it may shake your teeth loose! I guess maybe pneumatic tyres probably work better in these cases. Cycle lane is ideal for these.
Edited by: "Chi" 27th Jan 2019
Saw a review where the guy gets about 13km from a single charge with hills etc. It looks good. Think you have to pay another £9 shipping on this pushing the price a little. I'm rather tempted though.
This or the xiaomi m365? Can't decide which one
Sanjin49 m ago

Go for the M365. Much more reliable. …Go for the M365. Much more reliable. https://www.reddit.com/r/ElectricScooters/comments/aan7ih/why_should_i_not_buy_the_ninebot_es2_it_seems_the/


Cheers mate decided on the m365, misses isn't happy she said I'll look like more of a tool then I already am
The ES2 was this price a few months ago but seems to have shot up in price recently, and costs £400+ in most places. I'm in two minds whether this is worth buying because of the price different
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