Self Balancing Hoverboard/Segway/Swegway/Electric Scooter £178.26 Delivered @ GearBest
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Self Balancing Hoverboard/Segway/Swegway/Electric Scooter £178.26 Delivered @ GearBest

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Found 8th Nov 2015
Now down to £178.26

Main Features:
It's like a scooter, but it is more easier to control direction than scooter
Easy to learn, you can learn how to use it in 2 minutes
Built in 4400mAh large capacity Samsung lithium-polymer battery, allows you travel approx 20km
Using mute motherboard, imported Samsung battery, shell surface paint handling
Slightly tilt your feet to control the direction, quite convenient to operate
Turn around freely, cool looking
Great vehicle for outdoor, suitable for short distance office worker
Nice tool to show yourself

Specifications
General
Model Number: Q3
Type: Self Balancing Scooter
For: Office Workers, Teenagers
Color: White, Black, Blue
Charger Type: EU Plug, US Plug
Parameters
Max Payload: 120kg
Maximum Speed (km/h): 20km/h
Mileage (depends on road and driver weight): 15-20km
Speed Limit Warning: Up to 15km/h
Permissible Gradient (depends on your weight): 15-30 degree
Battery: 4400mAh lithium battery
Charging Time: 120 Minutes
Charging Voltage: AC 110-220V 50/60Hz
Low Battery Warning: When battery is lower than 10 percent there will be warning sound to remind you
Tire Diameter: 6.68 inches
Pedal Ground Clearance (no weight bearing): 11.2cm
Working Temperature: -10 to +40 celsius degree
Basic Information
Product Weight: 12.000 kg
Package Weight: 13.100 kg
Product Dimension: 58.4 x 16.8 x 17.8 cm / 22.95 x 6.60 x 7.00 inches
Package Dimension: 65.0 x 25.0 x 24.0 cm / 25.55 x 9.83 x 9.43 inches
Package
Package Contents: 1 x Electric Scooter, 1 x EU Plug Charger, 1 x English User Manual

Please note: use this on private land or parks, still not legal on roads, public pavements/footpaths.
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Illegal off private land so useless to most people
Original Poster
rpope

Illegal off private land so useless to most people



Really doubt that! If that's the case, can use indoors for your trips to the loo
http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/34504799/the-strange-rise-of-the-hoverboard-and-why-you-shouldnt-ride-them-through-traffic

"Hoverboarders" who use their two wheels on the road are being warned they are breaking the law.
That's because they do not meet the legal requirement to be safely used among other traffic.
And if you think that means it's fine to zoom down the pavement instead, then you'll be committing a 180-year-old offence set out in the Highway Act of 1835.
The rules are being pointed out by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).
No need to doubt it, sadly some of the laws in this country are so pathetic, they do seem unbelievable, but this can only be used on private land.
The illegal off private land thing is a load of rubbish, people still use them all the time , it's never enforced, a bit like riding bikes on pavements
rpope

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/34504799/the-strange-rise-of-the-hoverboard-and-why-you-shouldnt-ride-them-through-traffic"Hoverboarders" who use their two wheels on the road are being warned they are breaking the law.That's because they do not meet the legal requirement to be safely used among other traffic.And if you think that means it's fine to zoom down the pavement instead, then you'll be committing a 180-year-old offence set out in the Highway Act of 1835.The rules are being pointed out by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).



Lol
cycling is illegal on the pavement, but that dont stop people. seen loads of these around,
Original Poster
rpope

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/34504799/the-strange-rise-of-the-hoverboard-and-why-you-shouldnt-ride-them-through-traffic"Hoverboarders" who use their two wheels on the road are being warned they are breaking the law.That's because they do not meet the legal requirement to be safely used among other traffic.And if you think that means it's fine to zoom down the pavement instead, then you'll be committing a 180-year-old offence set out in the Highway Act of 1835.The rules are being pointed out by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).



180 year old? *dies on the pavement*
Police don't see a problem with them

youtu.be/6Rh…uds
souljacker

The illegal off private land thing is a load of rubbish, people still use … The illegal off private land thing is a load of rubbish, people still use them all the time , it's never enforced, a bit like riding bikes on pavements



Until someone has an accident with one and is sued plus done by the police at the same time
with all the cut backs in the police force these days i doubt very much if someone phones to complain that they will actually bother to go out deal with it.
I don't care that they're illegal, I'm not buying one cause you look like an absolute tool on one
rpope

Until someone has an accident with one and is sued plus done by the … Until someone has an accident with one and is sued plus done by the police at the same time


Again, same with bikes but doesn't put people off buying or riding them. To say you can't ride these anywhere but private land is a load of rubbish
Original Poster
souljacker

Police don't see a problem with them http://youtu.be/6Rh2zxRVuds



Man!! What a bad*zz video!!! made my day!!!! Loved the cute female officer trying it out... hope she didn't get in trouble later on!
rickb84

I don't care that they're illegal, I'm not buying one cause you look like … I don't care that they're illegal, I'm not buying one cause you look like an absolute tool on one



I agree, look daft, and dangerous.
Just slightly quicker than walking too, and without any health benefit.
Wall-E esque.
souljacker

The illegal off private land thing is a load of rubbish, people still use … The illegal off private land thing is a load of rubbish, people still use them all the time , it's never enforced, a bit like riding bikes on pavements



​Apparently it is enforced sometimes. This is probably in the same league as speeding, using HID conversion kits, etc. All illegal but you weigh up your odds.

Personally I find it a great help for the butler - he's getting on a bit and struggles to make it all the way from the East wing.
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DonkeyKonk

I agree, look daft, and dangerous.Just slightly quicker than walking too, … I agree, look daft, and dangerous.Just slightly quicker than walking too, and without any health benefit.Wall-E esque.



You're just jealous... of technology... Dinosaur!
there's one in the flash deals section for £184 but the xiaomi-ninebot-mini is the dogs when it comes to these things, gearbest are gonna be selling em for under £250 I hope.
Original Poster
antspam

​Apparently it is enforced sometimes. This is probably in the same league … ​Apparently it is enforced sometimes. This is probably in the same league as speeding, using HID conversion kits, etc. All illegal but you weigh up your odds.Personally I find it a great help for the butler - he's getting on a bit and struggles to make it all the way from the East wing.



Mr. Wayne... get yourself a robot...

And this in the same league as speeding? You gotta be kidding me?!
Can you fix on a seat making this a streamlined wheelchair or buggy?

(Almost) serious question

Are these an ok company? Haven't bought from them before.
Seems like an aliexpress sort of site.
Original Poster
dai70

Are these an ok company? Haven't bought from them before.



Have bought various things from them... last one was two dash cams... about 120 bones... only minor niggle can be the delivery times from China... IF you select the Chinese warehouse..
Original Poster
dai70

Seems like an aliexpress sort of site.



Miles better than ALiExpress... in the same league as DX and BangGood..
dai70

Are these an ok company? Haven't bought from them before.




I'm sure they're ok or HUKD wouldn't let them stay but obviously these are coming from China and with any purchases from outside the UK, there's going to be folk who have issues and problems. It's just a lot of money really if anything went wrong to my mind.
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karri123

Know this is quite an old article but just beware maybe, it's a lot of … Know this is quite an old article but just beware maybe, it's a lot of cash to spend! GearBest’s customers are not happy



This is quite recent... clicky
Edited by: "no_Sunshine" 8th Nov 2015
no_Sunshine

Your text hereThis is quite recent... clicky



Yeah totally. I'm not trying to put anyone off honestly. Just making sure that folk are aware of the facts and can make an informed decision really. I'm a mum myself and would hate to see others losing out. As long as folk know it's non UK and there may be issues it's all good. Folk will make up their own minds for sure.
souljacker

Again, same with bikes but doesn't put people off buying or riding them. … Again, same with bikes but doesn't put people off buying or riding them. To say you can't ride these anywhere but private land is a load of rubbish



I never said that, I said they are illegal to ride anywhere except private land, if you want to break the law then go ahead, I expect your one of those who think bans on mobile phone use when driving should be ignored along with other laws that don't suit you. But carry on and enjoy the fines and your goods being confiscated . . .
souljacker

Police don't see a problem with them http://youtu.be/6Rh2zxRVuds



You'll probably find that there'll be some police officers who won't even be aware of the fact that they are illegal to use. I spoke to one officer who didn't even appear to have a full understanding of double yellow lines! I would assume also that if used responsibly, many officers wouldn't stop you from using one of these boards.
Banned
You can't use this on pavement either ! Otherwise this would have been reaching 1000degrees , any way it's hot from me
How to make yourself look like a prat in 1 easy step.

1. Buy one of these stupid segway things.

how to make yourself into a complete Ahole in 2 easy steps.

1. Buy one of these stupid segways or a bicycle.
2. Use it on the pavement.

There was actually some prat using one of those stupid segway things inside TK Maxx last week,  dont know why security didn't tell him to get off the stupid thing.
Heat for £190
Most places are £300, can see this being a big seller for Xmas.
Great price, have some fun if you can afford it. As for the law,hover boards & cyclists, there are a lot of 'good' cyclists but they are outnumbered by the bad. The bad ones don't waIt at red lights if they can cycle through, ride on pavements and go on roads they shouldn't be on. No police fining them is there! Are they gonna stop skate boarders, skaters, scootererers, etc, etc. Loads of these & hover boarders in city centres now. Roll on!
rpope

I never said that, I said they are illegal to ride anywhere except … I never said that, I said they are illegal to ride anywhere except private land, if you want to break the law then go ahead, I expect your one of those who think bans on mobile phone use when driving should be ignored along with other laws that don't suit you. But carry on and enjoy the fines and your goods being confiscated . . .




Enjoy having random strangers shouting obscenity at your sorry **** too and enjoy looking like a complete tool but then I guess if you want to buy one and are over the age of 12 you must be a tool, for if you were not a tool already you wouldn't be looking at those things going wow that looks cool I want one. A tool for tools.
teddyedward1

..... there are a lot of 'good' cyclists but they are outnumbered by the … ..... there are a lot of 'good' cyclists but they are outnumbered by the bad......



There are not, it's just that people only notice the bad ones
powerranger

cycling is illegal on the pavement, but that dont stop people. seen … cycling is illegal on the pavement, but that dont stop people. seen loads of these around,



​I would rather bike sensibly on the pavement and survive than bike on the road an end up mangled under some housewives mpv while taking the kids to and from school
The price of these has a long way to fall. My son was recently tempted to pick one up while in China - for just £50. Bear in mind that both the manufacturer and seller were making a profit at that price. I'm not criticizing this deal, just pointing out that prices are likely to drop rapidly and significantly after the silly season.
Completely legal here on the Isle of Man, glad we're not part of the U.K.
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