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[Costco] *sold out* Segway Ninebot MAX Electric Kick Scooter Bundle (Costco members) $1099.99

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[Costco] *sold out* Segway Ninebot MAX Electric Kick Scooter Bundle (Costco members) $1099.99

Update - sold out

I've been keeping an eye out for the restock of the Jetson bike and noticed the Ninebot MAX came back in stock. I'm not looking for a scooter but maybe this will help some, about 43 in stock at this time.

Product Details
Rear wheel drive offers you a better solution to acceleration, stability, and brake. The built-in LED display allows riders to see riding stats, turn on the headlight, and more. Extra bright 2.5 W LED front headlight and rear/brake light for rider safety and visibility.

Features:
Includes a phone holder that attaches to the handlebars
Powerful dual lithium battery with 551 Wh capacity, 36 – 42 V DC
Max speed: 30 km/h
Typical Range: 65 km (may vary slightly based on rider weight)
Motor: 800 W, UL 2272 standard
Recommended weight capacity: 99.8 kg (220 lb.)
Shock absorbing 25.4 cm (10 in.) pneumatic tires
Max slope: 20%
Built-in front LED headlight and rear brake light with side and rear reflectors
Dual-braking system: front electrical and rear manual
IPX5 water resistant
LED dashboard display with Bluetooth connectivity via mobile app
One-click folding system for convenient storage and portability
Operating temperature: -10 – 40 degrees Celsius
Ages 14+

Specifications:
Dimensions (L × W × H): 101.6 cm × 43.2 cm × 114.3 cm (40 in. × 17 in. × 45 in.)
Weight: 20.5 kg (45 lb.)
Last edited by indeals on May 11th, 2021 10:48 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Is this the same one? Saw this at still creek drive location in Burnaby bc on Friday. Lots left.
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Been eyeing this or the ES2/3, which is almost half the price... anyone have experience?
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mfu1026 wrote: Is this the same one? Saw this at still creek drive location in Burnaby bc on Friday. Lots left.
Looks like a different item #.
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I'd suggest ordering Gotrax Apex e-scooter instead, for a fraction of the price you get a really nice scooter. Here's video review:
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1226 wrote: Looks like a different item #.
Ah ok, good to know for next time. I was looking for a model number, but didn't find it.
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Was this $999 before and then $899 for a short period of time
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mfu1026 wrote: Is this the same one? Saw this at still creek drive location in Burnaby bc on Friday. Lots left.
The one in the warehouse is the G30LP while the one online is the G30P. It's got the larger battery, taller, longer, yes heavier too.
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Get any Apollo scooter. Canadian company with industry leading warranty.
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mfu1026 wrote: Is this the same one? Saw this at still creek drive location in Burnaby bc on Friday. Lots left.
Sorry... after your photo I bought 5 of them. Pretty sure I own the ones in your photo.
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kejongliu wrote: Was this $999 before and then $899 for a short period of time
Yes it was and in fact it was $849 plus no tax from Segway Direct through Amazon for a couple of weeks at least. I believe around Xmas time. This current price is cold as ice.......not willing to sacrifice....our love
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kejongliu wrote: Was this $999 before and then $899 for a short period of time
Yea I remember it as such as well. Costco had it for $999 and $899 in the winter.
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MOOCer wrote: I'd suggest ordering Gotrax Apex e-scooter instead, for a fraction of the price you get a really nice scooter. Here's video review:
Those are not even comparable. If anything, the alternative would be a M365 Pro.
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I just have one question: where can you ride?
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indeals wrote: I've been keeping an eye out for the restock of the Jetson bike and noticed the Ninebot MAX came back in stock. I'm not looking for a scooter but maybe this will help some, about 43 in stock at this time.

Product Details
Rear wheel drive offers you a better solution to acceleration, stability, and brake. The built-in LED display allows riders to see riding stats, turn on the headlight, and more. Extra bright 2.5 W LED front headlight and rear/brake light for rider safety and visibility.

Features:
Includes a phone holder that attaches to the handlebars
Powerful dual lithium battery with 551 Wh capacity, 36 – 42 V DC
Max speed: 30 km/h
Typical Range: 65 km (may vary slightly based on rider weight)
Motor: 800 W, UL 2272 standard
Recommended weight capacity: 99.8 kg (220 lb.)
Shock absorbing 25.4 cm (10 in.) pneumatic tires
Max slope: 20%
Built-in front LED headlight and rear brake light with side and rear reflectors
Dual-braking system: front electrical and rear manual
IPX5 water resistant
LED dashboard display with Bluetooth connectivity via mobile app
One-click folding system for convenient storage and portability
Operating temperature: -10 – 40 degrees Celsius
Ages 14+

Specifications:
Dimensions (L × W × H): 101.6 cm × 43.2 cm × 114.3 cm (40 in. × 17 in. × 45 in.)
Weight: 20.5 kg (45 lb.)
For $550 extra you can get a dual motor (1000 watts each), dual suspension, 65km/hr ~ 60 kms range, Hydraulic brakes, 52 volts scooter which has split rims for far easier tire/tubes changes. Just saying.. once you go suspension these entry level scooters will seem primitive. Not saying Ninebot is trash, one of the best QC manufacturers out there but spending a little more gives you a ton more features. Once you get the first flat on the Xiaomi, Gotrax, ninebot etc, you are in a world of hurt getting the tires off and on again. trust me, I did it 4 times and every single time wanted to throw the scooter off the tallest building..

My Macury VDM-10 came in recently, the thing is a beast compared to my former M365. Built like a tank and on dual motor just rockets like a wild stallion on steroids... I was going to go with a Mercane Wide wheel Pro for upgrade but thankfully avoided that junk.. Air filled tires plus dual suspension springs, do not feel any minor pot holes, cracks in pavement, sidewalk lips etc..

This is the OEM version of the copy cat Apollo Ghost, instead of $2K on Apollo, saved over $400 getting direct from China. Those willing to spend over $1K , have patience and are bold enough, willing to DYI small repairs, a few hundred more you get a more refined product, a proper scoot than the bare bone basics.
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astrotrain wrote: For $550 extra you can get a dual motor (1000 watts each), dual suspension, 65km/hr ~ 60 kms range, Hydraulic brakes, 52 volts scooter which has split rims for far easier tire/tubes changes. Just saying.. once you go suspension these entry level scooters will seem primitive. Not saying Ninebot is trash, one of the best QC manufacturers out there but spending a little more gives you a ton more features. Once you get the first flat on the Xiaomi, Gotrax, ninebot etc, you are in a world of hurt getting the tires off and on again. trust me, I did it 4 times and every single time wanted to throw the scooter off the tallest building..

My Macury VDM-10 came in recently, the thing is a beast compared to my former M365. Built like a tank and on dual motor just rockets like a wild stallion on steroids... I was going to go with a Mercane Wide wheel Pro for upgrade but thankfully avoided that junk.. Air filled tires plus dual suspension springs, do not feel any minor pot holes, cracks in pavement, sidewalk lips etc..

This is the OEM version of the copy cat Apollo Ghost, instead of $2K on Apollo, saved over $400 getting direct from China. Those willing to spend over $1K , have patience and are bold enough, willing to DYI small repairs, a few hundred more you get a more refined product, a proper scoot than the bare bone basics.
I'd be hesitant to get anything with a giant lithium battery pack direct from China. Sure, the specs are amazing, but how sure are you that they did not cheap out on the BMS or neglect to add safety circuits to the battery pack?

I'm not saying don't buy Chinese made products. Just buy something from a Company with an Office in Canada that you can sue if the battery pack blows up and burns your house down. At least then, you know they actually put it through some testing to get it CSA certified.

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