User Posts: Ross W.
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Segway Ninebot Max vs Segway Ninebot F40: Is the price difference worth it?
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So many scooters, so many riders, and so many places to go. If you've been looking at scooters, you might be overwhelmed by the vast number of choices. ...

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Segway F25 vs GoTrax GXL V2: Which is the best entry-level commuter scooter?  
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Scooters are ideal for running errands or when trying to beat traffic. There are scooters available for both adults and children. However, the adult ...

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Segway C8 Vs. C10: Which Segway Scooter is The Ideal Electric Scooter for Kids
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It can be challenging to pick Segway C8 Vs. C10 for kids to start to get a little older. The Segway c10 and the Segway Ninebot C8 ...

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Segway Ninebot F25: Best Entry Level Ninebot with Pneumatic Tires
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TOP SPEED 15.5 mph RANGE 12.4 mi WEIGHT 32 lbs The Segway Ninebot F25 is an electric scooter for ...

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Segway Ninebot Zing A6:  Cheapest Electric Scooter For Kids From Segway
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TOP SPEED 7.5 mph RANGE 3 mi WEIGHT 10.1 lbs The Segway Ninebot Zing A6 scooter is a ...

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The Best GoTrax Scooter for Kids: How To Choose the Best Option
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If you are looking for the best electric scooter for kids, you have probably come across GoTrax. GoTrax has developed a reputation for ...

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Segway Scooter Comparison: Segway ES2 vs ES3 vs F30
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Segway Ninebot ES2 vs ES3 vs F30 Segway’s trio of Ninebot electric kick scooters (Segway ES2 vs ES3 vs F30) is among the best available. All three ...

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GoTrax G3: Electic Scooter for Adults!
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TOP SPEED 15.5 mph RANGE 18 mi WEIGHT 36 lbs GoTrax G3 - Overview The GoTrax G3 is one of the best electric ...

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Razor Scooter Charger: Replacement Charger for every Razor Scooter
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The development of the electric motor scooter revolutionized the scooter experience. It also elevated the fun of the hoverboard. In a modern scooter, ...

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Segway F30 Review: Pneumatic tires, Ninebot Quality, but is it the best electric scooter for you?
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TOP SPEED 15.5 mph RANGE 18.6 mi WEIGHT 33 lbs The Segway F30 is a stand-on personal transporter that uses innovative balancing ...

Browsing All Comments By: Ross W.
  1. Lithium ion batteries in an electric scooter lose about 20% of their useful capacity when temperatures are below 32 degrees farenheight.

  2. Possibly. However, why not just use the Xiomi Mi365 replacement electronics?

  3. It is likely that your new lithium batteries will last longer than the original lead-acid batteries. However, as it relates to the charger, without knowing what specific batteries he is suggesting that you use as a replacement, I can’t tell whether or not you’ll use the same plug. My suggestion would be for you to bring your charger into him (or take a picture and send to him) to see if you’ll need a different charger.

  4. Hi Linda, while I am unaware of a scooter that specifically lists it’s capability for sandy areas, there are a number of off-road scooters that could suit your need. I’d look at this article: https://envyride.com/off-road-electric-scooter. Basically, you want a scooter with large tires (diameter and width) so that you have the most stability possible. It’s also important to have enough power to get you through the sand. Check out those models on our article and see if they might be appealing to you!

  5. That’s a tough call. I probably like the X7 a bit better but that’s just me.

  6. Don’t believe it will….

  7. Hey Brett. How is it going with the scooter these days?

  8. Hi Lisa, unfortunately, I don’t believe there is any way to slow down the top-end speed.

  9. Thanks for the comment Kerry!

  10. I think it’s a fluke. They are built quite well. However, contact the manufacturer and see if they can provide some assistance!

  11. What kind of throttle problems are you experiencing?

  12. Joshua, to be honest, without knowing which add ons its impossible for us to know if they will work with your new scooter! Sorry we couldn’t be of more assistance.

  13. Agreed! Thank you for the feedback! Hope you enjoy the site!

  14. Sounds good. Thanks for visiting the site!!

  15. Hi Skip,
    Thanks for the comment. I’d reach out to the manufacturer and see if they have a suggestion. It sounds like this isn’t the case for all — but more of the case for a small number of riders. Wish I had better advice!

  16. Tire life depends on how you ride and on what terrain. As for battery life, they are rated for hundreds of cycles so you should have a years before replacing the battery.

  17. Great news, Matthew! We love hearing the manufacturer stands by their product!

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