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Segway Ninebot ES1 - 499.99, ES2 - 599.99

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[Canadian Tire] Segway Ninebot ES1 - 499.99, ES2 - 599.99

Canadian Tire will have the Segway Ninebot ES1 for $499.99 and the ES2 for $599.99
from May 22-28.

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I believe there's also a promo going on at Loblaws for CT Gift Cards.

ES1: https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/segw ... 0426p.html
ES2: https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/segw ... 0427p.html
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Buy the gift cards at Real Canadian/Loblaws to make it a better deal.

And don’t forget about triangle rewards. It’s not shoppers optimum, but still a decent rewards program.
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Anyone have one of these? How are they?

I'm intrigued.
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For those of you who have it... can you take it off any sweet jumps?
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cain2589 wrote: Buy the gift cards at Real Canadian/Loblaws to make it a better deal.

And don’t forget about triangle rewards. It’s not shoppers optimum, but still a decent rewards program.
How it works? Is it only for CT? Tkd
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Oh wow all the deals. The bird is "like" the es2 but doesn't fold. So IMO the bird is better value.
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lil_dreams wrote: Oh wow all the deals. The bird is "like" the es2 but doesn't fold. So IMO the bird is better value.
The Bird may be better value overall but if you get a lemon you'll have a hard time getting anything back in return. SDM doesn't allow returns so any problems will be dealing with the manufacturer. Reading through one of the threads on here there were a few people that had a hard time even getting a response from the manufacturer. Between that, not being able to fold and app functionality being 50/50 buying a es2 from Canadian Tire might be better for some.
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These are electric right? I still have not seen anyone driving one in Thunder Bay. Kids out again now on the streets only on self propelled ones. I guess the fad hasn't hit here yet...
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qbarnes95 wrote: The Bird may be better value overall but if you get a lemon you'll have a hard time getting anything back in return. SDM doesn't allow returns so any problems will be dealing with the manufacturer. Reading through one of the threads on here there were a few people that had a hard time even getting a response from the manufacturer. Between that, not being able to fold and app functionality being 50/50 buying a es2 from Canadian Tire might be better for some.
I got birds that connect the app and one that don't.

You do not "need" the bird to connect to the app. The bird still works (it rides). The app is nice because it shows information such as how much range left in numbers and how much you've ridden. But think if it like a regular bicycle. It still rides. The display on the bird shows your speed (mph) and battery level (out of 5 bars). So IMO the Shoppers Bird is better value....

But if folding and the app is worth the extra 100s then yep get from Canadian Tire.
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This is to outrun the coronavirus in public areas once someone coughs or sneezes?

It's still in my mind how the inventor of the Segway passed away.
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lil_dreams wrote: I got birds that connect the app and one that don't.

You do not "need" the bird to connect to the app. The bird still works (it rides). The app is nice because it shows information such as how much range left in numbers and how much you've ridden. But think if it like a regular bicycle. It still rides. The display on the bird shows your speed (mph) and battery level (out of 5 bars). So IMO the Shoppers Bird is better value....

But if folding and the app is worth the extra 100s then yep get from Canadian Tire.
It's only a $100 difference right now with no guarantee SDM has it on sale again in the future or stock in the local area.
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Sadly, I can't see buying one for myself until Hamilton has a by-law allowing them.
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The inventor of the Segway, Dean Kamen, is very much alive.
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Wow. Costco just upped their price.

I believe it was $599 last night
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yao416 wrote: Wow. Costco just upped their price.

I believe it was $599 last night
It was 699$, just ordered one 10 days ago. 45km range is great and work well even if I'm 240lbs
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jnharvey wrote: It was 699$, just ordered one 10 days ago. 45km range is great and work well even if I'm 240lbs
Oops. Thanks for confirming
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There was a Ninebot in store at my Costco yesterday for $499.99. Didn’t pay attention to which model though.

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