Ninebot Stories October 14, 2019

expiredWoot offers Segway electric scooters and more for $300, today only (Refurb)

Today only, Woot is offering Ninebot Segway electric transporters for $299.99 in certified refurbished condition. Free shipping is available for Prime members; otherwise, you’ll see a $6 delivery fee tacked on. Headlining is the ES1 Scooter which typically goes for up to $500 at various other retailers like Amazon. Today’s deal is a match of our previous mention. Segway’s ES1 is a great electric scooter option for cruising around town. Offers up to 15-miles of range on a full charge. Rated 4+ stars by 50% of Amazon reviewers. Includes a one-year warranty with purchase. More below.

Ninebot Stories April 8, 2019

expiredSegway’s electric scooters sport lightweight designs, 15MPH speeds, now from $499 ($70 off)

Wellbots is offering 9to5Toys readers an extra $70 off the Ninebot by Segway electric scooters when promo code 9TO5RIDE is applied during checkout. That brings the ES2 with a second battery down to $499 and the larger ES4 to $699. Free shipping is available for all. As a comparison, these models sell for full price at Amazon. Looking for a solid commuter without breaking the bank? These Segways will certainly fit the bill. Features include speeds around 15MPH, built-in LED lights and app connectivity. With a total weight of around 27 pounds, this is a great way to open a new world of transportation. Over 60% of Amazon customers have left a 4+ star rating.

Ninebot Stories June 3, 2016


When Ninebot and Segway first partnered last year, we caught wind of a potential mini transporter that was coming to market in Europe. Details were slim at the time but we expected to see this people mover make its way to the United States. Fast forward to today, Segway of North America has officially announced the miniPRO, a smart self-balancing two-wheeled transporter that is stacked with technology.

Coming in at less than $1,000, the latest Segway has some serious potential thanks to an impressive 800W motor that provides enough electric-powered range to get to work and back. Head below to see the hands-free transporter in action.

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Ninebot Stories March 4, 2016


Nearly a year ago, Ninebot out of China purchased Segway in a deal that hoped to revive the struggling brand. Last fall we detailed the first product released under the new Xiaomi name. Part of the goal of this merger was to license out Segway’s self-balancing technology to other companies.

A designer by the name of Bel & Bel is taking advantage of this opportunity with its new Zero Scooter. While a prototype was initially introduced a few years back, it lacked the necessary technology to stand on its own. With Ninebot’s expertise in hand, this Segway-inspired scooter is ready to hit the streets this fall…

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