Segway Rally for 2 for only £19! @ BUYAGIFT
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Segway Rally for 2 for only £19! @ BUYAGIFT

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Found 19th Dec 2012
Great last minute gift if you're running late!.. Or buy it in readiness for a day out with your mate or partner next year...

Listed at £29 (down from £65) and use the code: D45PG4GM to get a further tenner off. £19 for a great afternoon out! £9.50 each !

Top cashback aswell if you're a member..



This experience is available at 12 Locations:

Berkshire (South West) - Maidenhead
Cambridgeshire (South East) - Huntingdon
Cheshire (North) - Knutsford
Cumbria (North) - Temple Sowerby
Gloucestershire (South West) - Chepstow
Greater London (London) - London
Leicestershire (Midlands) - Kirkby Mallory
Lothian (Scotland) - Musselburgh
North Yorkshire (North) - Harrogate
Nottinghamshire (Midlands) - Near Worksop
West Midlands (Midlands) - Nr Tamworth
West Sussex (South East) - Horsham
- darkovo

92 Comments

Great deal but just bear in mind that if you can't get to do this during the week it will cost another £25 for a weekend slot.
Edited by: "ScubaDudes" 19th Dec 2012

£9.50 each (not £8.50 as stated in original post) ;op

Good price!
Edited by: "paully" 19th Dec 2012

Nice!

Hot

Great price. Ordered two for Christmas presents. Thanks for a great find rob252 (lots of heat added)
Strange one was discounted from £29.00 to £18 took £10.00 and a additional £1 off.
Second one was a straight tenner off so charged me £19.00, still a bargain!!
Edited by: "pip99" 19th Dec 2012

Does anyone know whereabouts in London this is?

Also has this voucher got an expiry date?

It's a really really good price for 2 Segway Experiences, so heat added

Butterflies

Also has this voucher got an expiry date? It's a really really good price … Also has this voucher got an expiry date? It's a really really good price for 2 Segway Experiences, so heat added



Yeah the voucher has a 10 month period. The two I brought expires October 19 2013.

Ordered Great Deal Heat Added

whats the top speed on these bad boys lol

No thanks. When other single-rider vehicles fail or become unstable, you have some hope of jumping off, or taking the crash on one or more limbs = maybe a broken limb or two, or at worst a spinal injury (well, of course you could die, but there is a reasonable chance of breaking something less vital than your head). But when Segways fail at speed, its an automatic face-plant. Watch this video and think about it.

youtube.com/wat…2Oo

I bought this earlier having found the code in the vouchers section. Is it fun?!

where did you bring it from?

pip99

Yeah the voucher has a 10 month period. The two I brought expires October … Yeah the voucher has a 10 month period. The two I brought expires October 19 2013.

Didn't the guy who owned Segway "rally" his motorised scooter straight off a cliff? You have been warned.

Anyone done the Maidenhead location?

Elfansafteeee

No thanks. When other single-rider vehicles fail or become unstable, you … No thanks. When other single-rider vehicles fail or become unstable, you have some hope of jumping off, or taking the crash on one or more limbs = maybe a broken limb or two, or at worst a spinal injury (well, of course you could die, but there is a reasonable chance of breaking something less vital than your head). But when Segways fail at speed, its an automatic face-plant. Watch this video and think about it.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paV5jEnR2Oo


Nasty!

Awesome Gift. Thanks

Elfansafteeee

No thanks. When other single-rider vehicles fail or become unstable, you … No thanks. When other single-rider vehicles fail or become unstable, you have some hope of jumping off, or taking the crash on one or more limbs = maybe a broken limb or two, or at worst a spinal injury (well, of course you could die, but there is a reasonable chance of breaking something less vital than your head). But when Segways fail at speed, its an automatic face-plant. Watch this video and think about it.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paV5jEnR2Oo

to be fair. she did collide with the other vechicle. plus you should be wearing a helmet for that very reason

Fab, thanks so much. we were going to buy it a few weeks ago for £45 (weekend) but missed out when we actually decided to book it so am pleased we missed out now this is a bargin, ordered - thanks

I did this a few months back. my bro got me it for christmas last year andmust say for £19 im definately considering another go. If its with a company called segkind i think they have a website that shows you some video. segrally.com/joi…ind

They dont go too fast but they go fast enough for you to virtually trash one into a tree as my brother almost found out.

spent about 10-15 mins going through saftey and getting armoured up then about 10 minutes getting to play roundon them to find your bearings (its just like skiing). ok so it turns out its theobalds park in hertfordshire i went to. nice coorporate buildign with about 10 peopel walking through in cargo pants and t shirts to segway

then we went in convoy to the track which is in a wooded area where we had about 30 mins of just blasting around trying not to kill ourselves. surprisingly good fun but really consider giving it a miss if you have any knee or hip problems as it can be surprisingly demanding.

for the life of me i cant remember where I went but was within an hours drive of luton. Might remember if someone said it.

hope this helps But would MASSIVELY recomend
Edited by: "Flancrust" 20th Dec 2012

Hot

My Mrs received this as a present, which means I had the chance to go with her and I'm still alive with all limbs attached. We were both really skeptical when we got there, but we had no reason to be because we both thoroughly enjoyed it....I even came off!

Definitely worth this low price. I think we were lucky because we had a great group, which definitely made it better, but it's a whole lot of fun regardless. Only downside to our day is that you had to pay for parking on the way out at the gate with coins which we didn't have.

Elfansafteeee

No thanks. When other single-rider vehicles fail or become unstable, you … No thanks. When other single-rider vehicles fail or become unstable, you have some hope of jumping off, or taking the crash on one or more limbs = maybe a broken limb or two, or at worst a spinal injury (well, of course you could die, but there is a reasonable chance of breaking something less vital than your head). But when Segways fail at speed, its an automatic face-plant. Watch this video and think about it.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paV5jEnR2Oo



That made me laugh.

Totally agree with you though, after all, the owner of the company went bye bye off a cliff on one. oO

Segway cliff fall

yeomansinc

we both thoroughly enjoyed it....I even came off!



Segway dogging were you, that's original.

It may have been luck or it may have been a glitch but I got mine for £18. I was toying with the idea of buying the weekend version and so added both to my shopping cart. When I removed the weekend version the discount increased to £11. Here's what I did:

* added the week day version from the OP
* applied the discount code
* added the weekend version http:/****/T9brmo
* went to the shopping cart review page
* clicked remove on the weekend version

BTW I've been on one of these segway experiences before and would thoroughly recommend it.
Edited by: "Bulluk" 20th Dec 2012

Have some heat. Grabbed it as a quickie additional Christmas pressie.

Thanks to the OP and Bulluk for your extra £1 discount instructions which worked for me

I bought this the other day from redletterdays. They offer places all over the UK including Winchester which is close to me. Cost £24 with a code from this site. Bargain at this price

Thanks!

Wow - this is an amazing offer - bought 2.

Any one slating off a Segway (or too scared to have a go) is proper missing out, it's the most fun, mental, bizarre way to get about...
Going down a hill on one of these at about 20 mph is utterly terrifying. The more you tense up and brick yourself, the faster you go!
I loved every second i spent on a segway, i'd buy one if they weren't 5 grand.

Thanks got the £11 discount

Cheers OP, absolute bargain!

Elfansafteeee

No thanks. When other single-rider vehicles fail or become unstable, you … No thanks. When other single-rider vehicles fail or become unstable, you have some hope of jumping off, or taking the crash on one or more limbs = maybe a broken limb or two, or at worst a spinal injury (well, of course you could die, but there is a reasonable chance of breaking something less vital than your head). But when Segways fail at speed, its an automatic face-plant. Watch this video and think about it.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paV5jEnR2Oo



You should have found a different video to confirm your argument. It was her fail not the Segway. A helmet and pads should be worn for protection. You can fall off a bike, skateboard, horse, roller blades etc due to fail or your own fail. If you went through life avoiding everything due to what might happen you miss out on an awful lot of fun.

Butterflies

Does anyone know whereabouts in London this is?


Assuming it's segrally.com, then:
RAF Museum
Grahame Park Way
NW9 5LL

Bought!

Cheers OP.. brilliant prezzy!. And cheers BullUK... i did your process and also got it for £18! Nice one!

Banned

Thanks! I will be getting the elbow pads out for this one

Looks good...get another £1 off if you like them on facebook (during checkout). Heat from me

Bulluk

It may have been luck or it may have been a glitch but I got mine for … It may have been luck or it may have been a glitch but I got mine for £18. I was toying with the idea of buying the weekend version and so added both to my shopping cart. When I removed the weekend version the discount increased to £11. Here's what I did:* added the week day version from the OP* applied the discount code* added the weekend version http:/****/T9brmo* went to the shopping cart review page* clicked remove on the weekend versionBTW I've been on one of these segway experiences before and would thoroughly recommend it.



It's due to the system thinking you've 'liked' them on facebook
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