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[Amazon.ca] Segway One S1 / $499 CAD Amazon

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[Amazon.ca] Segway One S1 / $499 CAD Amazon

Segway One S1, normally $599 US. Pretty good deal. I was looking it up a week ago and it was $900 CAD, gonna have a happy boy on xmas morning!
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If this is going to be anyone's first EUC, it's going to get scratched up like there's no tomorrow.

Note that this has 2 batteries, for power source redundancy purpose. It is waaay safer than any EUC with only one power source. (I previously sold my Ninebot One E+ because of this particular safety concern. This deal might get me back onto the EUC again....though I've be eyeing the Segway ES2 as well)
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That's kind of nuts.
I never thought of these as anything more than a toy.
Could be a useful commuting tool for that last mile or two downtown.

Only a fool walks when he can ride.
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cowbunpants wrote: That's kind of nuts.
I never thought of these as anything more than a toy.
Could be a useful commuting tool for that last mile or two downtown.

Only a fool walks when he can ride.
I could be wrong, but motorised vehicles aren't allowed on Toronto's sidewalks, with exception of mobility scooters.
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cowbunpants wrote: That's kind of nuts.
I never thought of these as anything more than a toy.
Could be a useful commuting tool for that last mile or two downtown.

Only a fool walks when he can ride.
neonic wrote: I could be wrong, but motorised vehicles aren't allowed on Toronto's sidewalks, with exception of mobility scooters.
You cannot ride your moped, vespas, scooter, segway on the sidewalk or bike path.
Sidewalks are intended for pedestrian use, though there are exceptions made for motor-assisted wheelchairs/scooters.
Authority is given to municipalities as to what vehicles are allowed where. Essentially, no motorized vehicle of any type is permitted on a city sidewalk or bike path. Enforcement for this type of issue is dealt with by Toronto Police.

from https://www.toronto.ca/311/knowledgebas ... -path.html

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