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[Costco] Segway Ninebot MAX Electric Kick Scooter Bundle $999.99

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[Costco] Segway Ninebot MAX Electric Kick Scooter Bundle $999.99

Was for sale for the same price back in June but sold out quickly but now it's back in stock with 115 available as of this post.

BTW, I bought one of course :)
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I got that bird scooter from Shoppers a while back (get your time machine ready).

I just wanted to add that scooters are ridiculous fun and imo easy in integrate in an urban/suburb life.
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johncraven wrote: Are scooters even legal in public roads?
This has an 800W motor. I thought Canada considers over 500W a motor vehicle on public roads
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I bought this on Amazon about 6 weeks ago for $1,050 plus no tax (directly from Ninebot) and it's one of the best things I've ever bought. The price is on the higher end of the ones that don't have shocks but it's definitely worth it imo. You'll still feel the bumps like any other scooter without shocks. Eventually you get used to it and you find the smoothest roads anyway. The build quality is excellent and the battery life is at the top of it's class. I typically get 40-50KM range at 32 KM per hour it does depend on your weight and how much hill climbing you do.
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Ruciz wrote: This has an 800W motor. I thought Canada considers over 500W a motor vehicle on public roads
so you need a valid license with the right class to drive this scooter?
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I want one of these but don't want to be restricted to only using it 3-4 months of the year. I'm thinking to get an ebike instead, something with slightly wider tires but still small enough to ride on the sidewalk without penalty.
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E-scooters are still not road legal in the city of Calgary. I'm pretty sure the only reason why is because this was lobbied by the e scooter companies.

I suggest getting a 50cc scooter instead. Takes a gallon of fuel and could easily get up to 175km on a single fill. Has lid space for groceries and you can mount a small top box for more storage. Goes up to 65kph and cheap to insure (was paying $50 a year). In Alberta, licensing only requires a class 7 learners permit. This is completely road legal unlike E-scooters in Calgary. I let my dad use it in summer. He works at the local hospital and he'll just park it by the front door with all the other bikes. Never ticketed. I eventually upgraded to a motorcycle when the moped got stolen in front of my house a few years ago.
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johncraven wrote: so you need a valid license with the right class to drive this scooter?
It's hard to enforce.
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indeals wrote: I want one of these but don't want to be restricted to only using it 3-4 months of the year. I'm thinking to get an ebike instead, something with slightly wider tires but still small enough to ride on the sidewalk without penalty.
I'm sure you can get some studded winter tires
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look like it's cheaper on Amazon, 1049 no tax.
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this looks like a xiaomi m365, not sure how they can claim it does 65km range, its the same voltage and stuff and my m365 wouldnt get me home from work which is only 12km....

might get 30km with a flat smooth road and the wind at your back in eco mode, 65 seems impossible

EDIT, ok looking at the specs the Xiaomi is 250Wh battery and this is 550Wh, also a more powerful motor, alright, it'd definitely be better, but still seems a bit of a stretch... but it's also twice the price so it's gonna need some more thought
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Recommended weight capacity: 99.8 kg (220 lb.)
Maybe post quarantine :(
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neonic wrote: Recommended weight capacity: 99.8 kg (220 lb.)
Maybe post quarantine :(
heard of some heavier users riding xiaomis/segways.. should be fine if you're close to the weight capacity and don't start bouncing on the scooter when you're riding
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xpressmerchant wrote: look like it's cheaper on Amazon, 1049 no tax.
I think I would rather go with Costco for return and warranty for $78 more.

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