Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
Segway Ninebot S - Black/White £249 @ Box
645° Expired

Segway Ninebot S - Black/White £249 @ Box

£249£32924%Box.co.uk Deals
96
Posted 20th Nov 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Down to £249 now for this Segway Ninebot S.

Available in Black / White

Live your life in motion with the Segway Ninebot S from Box!

The Ninebot S is your new number one option for fun, trendy, quick and safe travel! Using a Ninebot S may seem daunting at first but it easy to master and control. In fact, most users pick it up within 3 minutes! The handlebars used for steering and control are made from a soft PU foam. This gives users of the Ninebot S a more comfortable ride and also allows you to easily carry it around.

The Ninebot S boasts high technical specifications to go alongside its stunning looks and easy to ride style. A top speed of 10 mph / 16 km/h can be achieved and it also has a 14 mile / 22 km battery life. The long battery life of the Ninebot S means you will hardly notice the 3 hour charge time it needs for a full charge.

The Ninebot S comes with an IP54 water resistance rating, just in case you get caught out in the rain! It comes with front and rear customizable lights, making you easier to see and allowing you to give your Ninebot S some style! The Ninebot S is also light and compact which means that it will easily store in to most vehicles.

You can combine 2 of the most popular Segway experiences by attaching the Ninebot S to the Ninebot Gokart kit! The Ninebot S attaches to the back of the Ninebot Gokart and acts as the motor. This is another epic way to travel. You can check out the Gokart here.

If you are concerned by any potential issues with the Ninebot S, then a 1 year Segway UK warranty and UK technical support will help to ease your fears! (Segway UK warranty is 2 years on defects and 6 months on battery)

Specs

- Max. speed: 16 km/h / 10mph
- Max. mileage: Up to 22km / 14 miles
- Max. climb angle: 15°
- Max. driver weight: 85 kg
- Charging time: 3 hours
- Power output: 350W x 2
- Battery: 236 Wh
- Remote control: Via app
- Weight: 12,8kg
- Height: 595mm
- Width: 548mm
- IP-rating: IP54, water resistant

Key Features

- Revolutionise your travel
- Top speed 10 mph / 16 km/h
- Up to 14 miles / 22 km battery life
- Front & rear lights
- IP54 water resistant
- Auto sleep & wake
- Easy to master & control
- 3 hour charge time
- Remote control via app
- Compatible with Ninebot Gokart kit
- UK technical support
- 2 year Segway UK warranty (defects)
- 6 month Segway UK warranty (battery)
Community Updates
If you click through or buy, retailers may pay hotukdeals some money, but this never affects which deals get posted. Find more info in our FAQs and About Us page.

Groups

Top comments
mitre20/11/2019 21:44

There's a separate set of rules/laws for electric bikes.


So its OK if your wheels are in tandem, but not OK if they are side-by-side .. just goes to show how slow and useless our laws are.
Remember, A&E waiting times are typically over 4 hours in most places - and there's a reasonable chance you'll be visiting soon if you buy this item
Edited by: "cb-uk" 20th Nov 2019
Tabintab20/11/2019 21:52

So its OK if your wheels are in tandem, but not OK if they are …So its OK if your wheels are in tandem, but not OK if they are side-by-side .. just goes to show how slow and useless our laws are.


The rules for electric bicycles are quite specific and not based on inline vs side-by-side. The construction must meet statutory limits on power and speed, and the motor may not propel the bicycle independently of the pedals, for instance. Mobility scooters and powered wheelchairs, which have side-by-side wheels, also have their own regulatory framework. Escooters do not. When and if they do, there will be regulations that they must meet to be legal, which the ones being sold currently may not satisfy.
Edited by: "The_Name_With_No_Man" 20th Nov 2019
What is the point of a 14 mile life span, when they are not allowed on public highways? That's a heck of a garden you need to have
96 Comments
What is the point of a 14 mile life span, when they are not allowed on public highways? That's a heck of a garden you need to have
The vendors post this disclaimer in their advert:

"Disclaimer Please note, that it is currently against UK law to use a 'powered transporter' on pavements, roads and cycle lanes. For more information on this please click this link"
The_Name_With_No_Man20/11/2019 19:43

The vendors post this disclaimer in their advert:"Disclaimer Please note, …The vendors post this disclaimer in their advert:"Disclaimer Please note, that it is currently against UK law to use a 'powered transporter' on pavements, roads and cycle lanes. For more information on this please click this link"



You seriously expect internet users to read the disclaimers and small print?
Ride it on the street & you lose it forever.
No point in buying unless you have your own land to use it on.
Good for going round the living room

maxmix
Let’s be honest - does anyone know any kid that’s been playing on one of these and has had it taken off them by a policeman?
The_Name_With_No_Man20/11/2019 19:43

The vendors post this disclaimer in their advert:"Disclaimer Please note, …The vendors post this disclaimer in their advert:"Disclaimer Please note, that it is currently against UK law to use a 'powered transporter' on pavements, roads and cycle lanes. For more information on this please click this link"


Serious question, what about electric bikes? Why are they classed as legal and this item not?
pinkmonkey20/11/2019 21:07

Serious question, what about electric bikes? Why are they classed as legal …Serious question, what about electric bikes? Why are they classed as legal and this item not?


There's a separate set of rules/laws for electric bikes.
mitre20/11/2019 21:44

There's a separate set of rules/laws for electric bikes.


So its OK if your wheels are in tandem, but not OK if they are side-by-side .. just goes to show how slow and useless our laws are.
Tabintab20/11/2019 21:52

So its OK if your wheels are in tandem, but not OK if they are …So its OK if your wheels are in tandem, but not OK if they are side-by-side .. just goes to show how slow and useless our laws are.


Agreed
Tabintab20/11/2019 21:52

So its OK if your wheels are in tandem, but not OK if they are …So its OK if your wheels are in tandem, but not OK if they are side-by-side .. just goes to show how slow and useless our laws are.


The rules for electric bicycles are quite specific and not based on inline vs side-by-side. The construction must meet statutory limits on power and speed, and the motor may not propel the bicycle independently of the pedals, for instance. Mobility scooters and powered wheelchairs, which have side-by-side wheels, also have their own regulatory framework. Escooters do not. When and if they do, there will be regulations that they must meet to be legal, which the ones being sold currently may not satisfy.
Edited by: "The_Name_With_No_Man" 20th Nov 2019
d_k_u_h20/11/2019 20:52

Comment deleted


Another entirely false posting from this person.
The_Name_With_No_Man20/11/2019 23:11

Another entirely false posting from this person.


Disclaimer: The above message was brought to you by AXA Car Insurance. Get our Defaqto five-star car insurance you can count on – we pay out 99.7% of car insurance claims.
jendobson20/11/2019 20:49

Let’s be honest - does anyone know any kid that’s been playing on one of th …Let’s be honest - does anyone know any kid that’s been playing on one of these and has had it taken off them by a policeman?


The government guidance page - LINK - has a link to an appeal court case in which the conviction of a man for riding a segway on a public pavement was upheld on appeal - LINK This was under the Highway Act, a different law from the Road Traffic Act, and was not for driving without insurance, which I believe is the only offence that allows the police to seize the vehicle. There are many examples reported in the press of people having other "powered transporters" seized, mostly escooters but also an electric unicycle, for the offence of driving without insurance.
TristanDeCoonha20/11/2019 19:46

You seriously expect internet users to read the disclaimers and small …You seriously expect internet users to read the disclaimers and small print?


Unfortunately, ignorance of the law is no excuse. One hopes that ones efforts to bring this to the attention of prospective buyers will have some effect.
Remember, A&E waiting times are typically over 4 hours in most places - and there's a reasonable chance you'll be visiting soon if you buy this item
Edited by: "cb-uk" 20th Nov 2019
d_k_u_h20/11/2019 23:14

Disclaimer: The above message was brought to you by AXA Car Insurance. Get …Disclaimer: The above message was brought to you by AXA Car Insurance. Get our Defaqto five-star car insurance you can count on – we pay out 99.7% of car insurance claims.


Hahaha
Tabintab20/11/2019 21:52

So its OK if your wheels are in tandem, but not OK if they are …So its OK if your wheels are in tandem, but not OK if they are side-by-side .. just goes to show how slow and useless our laws are.


Nope, the Sinclair C5 was road legal. Saw one reversed over by a truck once, moments after it was parked on the pavement, blocking the truck in.

Current e-bike law:- gov.uk/ele…les

You are limited to a 250w motor and it must cut out at 15.5mph and have pedals, used to be able to fit a throttle, so you didn't have to pedal, but that's no longer legal on new bikes.


Tabintab20/11/2019 21:52

.. just goes to show how slow and useless our laws are.



A TV show, I'm pretty sure it was the gadget show, once built a ducted fan backpack to blow a cyclist along at speed, which they claimed was road legal, because the fans were only attached to the rider, so it wasn't legally a motorised vehicle.
pinkmonkey20/11/2019 21:07

Serious question, what about electric bikes? Why are they classed as legal …Serious question, what about electric bikes? Why are they classed as legal and this item not?


Cos they're bikes. This isn't a bike. Simples.
TristanDeCoonha20/11/2019 19:34

What is the point of a 14 mile life span, when they are not allowed on …What is the point of a 14 mile life span, when they are not allowed on public highways? That's a heck of a garden you need to have


Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
It's a pathetic law, my daughters friend was killed by a cyclist travelling at 15mph... Only pedal powered. These electric vehicles are allowed in many other countries as a valid environmentally friendly mode of transport. The UK laws need to change.
The_Name_With_No_Man20/11/2019 23:25

Unfortunately, ignorance of the law is no excuse. One hopes that ones …Unfortunately, ignorance of the law is no excuse. One hopes that ones efforts to bring this to the attention of prospective buyers will have some effect.


Lots of people ignore this stupid law. It's legal in many countries for a reason. The police other than London do not care unless you are driving on the road or like an idiot on a foot path.
SixtyFive20/11/2019 19:52

Ride it on the street & you lose it forever.No point in buying unless you …Ride it on the street & you lose it forever.No point in buying unless you have your own land to use it on.


You’ve seen police in your neighbourhood lately other than speeding by with blue lights and sirens flashing? Because I sure as heck haven’t!

I’d imagine most people in the market for such a thing would chance it knowing that there is no effective police presence likely to challenge them!
neilgriffiths197221/11/2019 22:47

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz



stupid prat
JoshAnd_Friends21/11/2019 23:23

Lots of people ignore this stupid law.


And some of them pay the price.
Check the fun police. Has anyone heard of anyone actually have one of these electric scooters etc confiscated? You would have to actually see a policeman.

They dont even investigate burglary and car theft anymore. Tune into reality Fm....
alera22/11/2019 00:49

Check the fun police. Has anyone heard of anyone actually have one of …Check the fun police. Has anyone heard of anyone actually have one of these electric scooters etc confiscated? You would have to actually see a policeman.They dont even investigate burglary and car theft anymore. Tune into reality Fm....


Exactly this.

I posted the same thing on a e-scooter post the other day. Someone posted something about a 'crackdown' in London, even then, with a specific operation in place no-one had their scooter seized for being illegal, just a couple of generic RTA tickets issued (for speeding or something).
If you want one, get one and ride it where you want. Life's too short to worry about the fun police.
These things are rubbish compared to Electric unicycles.

I own 2 electric unicycles and police don't give a damn about them as long as your not riding like a idiot. I usually take mine off road on the heaths but i have rode it 35 miles around Bournemouth. With a top speed of 35mph they are a hell of a load better than these silly segway things.

Check out a website called speedyfeet dot co dot uk.

I own a gotway MSX and a kingsong ks18l
DeafCassette21/11/2019 22:59

You’ve seen police in your neighbourhood lately other than speeding by w …You’ve seen police in your neighbourhood lately other than speeding by with blue lights and sirens flashing? Because I sure as heck haven’t! I’d imagine most people in the market for such a thing would chance it knowing that there is no effective police presence likely to challenge them!


Exactly that and if your on a EUC (electric unicyle) with top speed of 30mph its too easy to disappear in a jiffy
Can anyone advise on the actual product please,
Can any gokart kits fit on this model or does it have to be the ninebot gokart?
alera22/11/2019 00:49

Check the fun police. Has anyone heard of anyone actually have one of …Check the fun police. Has anyone heard of anyone actually have one of these electric scooters etc confiscated? You would have to actually see a policeman.They dont even investigate burglary and car theft anymore. Tune into reality Fm....


Not even leaving the scene on a car crash ! I was driving last year and one guy half asleep hit me from behind as I stopped to turn right. Then he backed a bit and left the scene leaving his number plate behind

I had witnesses, raised it with the police, even found where the guy lives as it was on way to drop the kids to school.

Police answer. They couldn't proceed any further cos they though it was a cloned number plate. So now 2 crimes (leaving the scene and cloned number plate) and told them where the guy lives and nothing was done.
pinkmonkey20/11/2019 21:07

Serious question, what about electric bikes? Why are they classed as legal …Serious question, what about electric bikes? Why are they classed as legal and this item not?



Electric bikes have assisted propulsion, without peddling you won't go anywhere. This thing gets you going without having to do anything. No doubt there are many more things.
DeafCassette21/11/2019 22:59

You’ve seen police in your neighbourhood lately other than speeding by w …You’ve seen police in your neighbourhood lately other than speeding by with blue lights and sirens flashing? Because I sure as heck haven’t! I’d imagine most people in the market for such a thing would chance it knowing that there is no effective police presence likely to challenge them!



Yes I have. Many times.
The_Name_With_No_Man22/11/2019 00:46

And some of them pay the price.


3 points have been added to your Esso Rewards Account. Thank you for your service.

Your current balance is 17,803 points.

Visit our website to redeem your points for fantastic rewards like our exclusive scotch-egg scented air freshener, only 300,000 points.
Anyone else fed up with the same people commenting on the legality of things like this? Every thread is the same! No one cares you are boring, a jobsworth, scared of the police, follow laws blindly. Just comment on the price, period. Oh and get a life!
Rusty8222/11/2019 08:17

Anyone else fed up with the same people commenting on the legality of …Anyone else fed up with the same people commenting on the legality of things like this? Every thread is the same! No one cares you are boring, a jobsworth, scared of the police, follow laws blindly. Just comment on the price, period. Oh and get a life!


I’ve just blocked them so I don’t get to see their posts. You read one then you’ve basically read them all.

Would imagine they spend the other part of their fascinating lives patrolling the comments section of the Daily Mail website and maybe, just for a bit of fun, the comments section of their local online newspaper too.

They add zero value to threads like this
jonobigblind22/11/2019 08:35

I’ve just blocked them so I don’t get to see their posts. You read one the …I’ve just blocked them so I don’t get to see their posts. You read one then you’ve basically read them all. Would imagine they spend the other part of their fascinating lives patrolling the comments section of the Daily Mail website and maybe, just for a bit of fun, the comments section of their local online newspaper too. They add zero value to threads like this


Good plan. I've never blocked anyone before but I just don't want to waste even a millisecond of my life on these type of comments so that may be the way forward.

I definitely concur with them adding nothing.

I just wonder what their lives will look like when the laws finally catch up, I wonder what they will move on to.
Rusty8222/11/2019 08:48

Good plan. I've never blocked anyone before but I just don't want to waste …Good plan. I've never blocked anyone before but I just don't want to waste even a millisecond of my life on these type of comments so that may be the way forward. I definitely concur with them adding nothing.I just wonder what their lives will look like when the laws finally catch up, I wonder what they will move on to.



I'm fed up with people commenting they are fed up with people commenting they dont like people commenting.
get a life.
richb301222/11/2019 05:54

Someone posted something about a 'crackdown' in London, even then, with a …Someone posted something about a 'crackdown' in London, even then, with a specific operation in place no-one had their scooter seized for being illegal, just a couple of generic RTA tickets issued (for speeding or something).If you want one, get one and ride it where you want. Life's too short to worry about the fun police.


That's incorrect. In the crackdown (July this year) the BBC and various newspapers reported, "Nearly 100 electric scooter users were stopped in London this week as police crack down on the vehicles.Ten people were fined and had their scooters confiscated." The police cannot confiscate your vehicle for speeding or "something". The have the power to confiscate a motor vehicle that is being ridden or driven without insurance, and that is the offence they apply, because it is an easy bust- there is no way the offender can argue and they get to seize the scooter.

BBC report

London Economic

In another report, about a crackdown in April this year, the Evening Standard says:

"Using them on the road commits the offence of using a motor vehicle with no insurance, and risks a £300 fixed penalty notice and six points on a driving licence. Sgt Andy Osborne, of the cycle safety team, said: “We are noticing a trend — scooters are becoming more prevalent. A lot of people will say ‘I didn’t realise’ and walk off with it. If they do something particularly dangerous we will take it off them.” One was seized during a previous operation."

Evening Standard

Advising people to break the law does them no favours. Are you going to pay their fine and buy them a new scooter?
Rusty8222/11/2019 08:17

Anyone else fed up with the same people commenting on the legality of …Anyone else fed up with the same people commenting on the legality of things like this? Every thread is the same! No one cares you are boring, a jobsworth, scared of the police, follow laws blindly. Just comment on the price, period. Oh and get a life!


The price is too high for something with such limited use that can get you into trouble. If you really want to be bored, get some points on your licecne and a criminal conviction that will follow you around for years, and explain to employers and insurers how the law was wrong. Or buy an electric bicycle, for not much more, that you can ride legally and have peace of mind.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text