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  1. Special 11-11 Mini-Mini Pro : Mini Pro €408 (EUROPE) / $469 USA Priority Line 8-18 business days + $104.84 Mini Plus : €491 Mini Pro 408 euros MINI PLUS 491 euros
  2. roadtripper1986

    ES4 Rear Suspension: How to Adjust?

    I just got a Segway Ninebot ES4. When riding in DC’s ridiculously bumpy streets, I tend to take it slow. However, I’ve noticed that no matter the speed, there’s a loud thud every time I go over even the smallest holes in the road. I checked on Amazon (where I got the scooter) and a couple of the answers said that you could adjust the rear suspension, which is where I believe the problem to be. Does anyone know how to adjust the rear suspension?
  3. In this tread I will post all Gearbest offers regularly, Gearbest only makes flash sales, with limited stock. (Please unlock adblock, thank you price are same with or without my id cookie for my commission thanks) Update 05/11/2018 1/{ Warning, Shipping time, delivery. If you wish to receive your order before Christmas, and the end of year celebrations, you must order 45 days before} 2/{Links are from Global english Gearbest website, maybe links could be redirected to your country by Gearbest and the offer don't appear or your country cant be delivered} Europe free shipping, delivery time max 31-42 business days , one member received it in less than 1 month no custom fees Take the insurance offered by Gearbest and pay by Paypal 1233 euros Z10 ! *************************************************************************************************************************************** Z6 Germany €731 - Spain €731 - Portugal €731 - Italia €731 - France €731 End in 11 days Europe free shipping, delivery time max 31-42 business days , one member received it in less than 1 month Z6 USA $830 End in 11 days + Fast delivery Priority Line 8-18 business days $247 no custom fees Only email exclusive price: create gearbest account, add the One Z to yours favorites, you'll received an email with cheapest price Take the insurance offered by Gearbest and pay by Paypal Ninebot One Z10 parts and accessories https://mini-j-s-g.jimdo.com/segway-ninebot-xiaomi-mijia/one-z/ ----------------------------------------------------------- Europe shipping step by step, please look my review when i ordered a Mini PLUS, i explain the process "How will the package travel?" Gearbest Warranty & Return https://www.gearbest.com/about/warranty-and-return.html Need more information or help ? Please send me a private message
  4. Ninebot Gokart Kit Kart conversion kit for Mini & Mini Pro only will be released soon "In terms of safety , the No. 9 balance car kart conversion kit is excellent The vehicle has double anti-collision protection , and the outside is a plastic energy absorption layer, which effectively reduces the impact force. The inner layer is a steel main beam, which provides high strength protection for the body and prevents deformation of the car body; Moreover, the vehicle adopts the "electronic brake + mechanical hand brake" double brake design. Protect the speed and passion of the player!"
  5. There is a new app on mimod.ru, 'NINEbattery v1.6' that you can freely download for Android: https://mimod.ru/en_US/ninebattery/ This a MUST-HAVE for every MiniPro (or ninebot scooter) owner, because it shows the status of EVERY CELL in the battery pack (actually, in the miniPRO the cells are two paralled LG cells, the combined voltage is shown). No longer do you have to wait for a battery pack to fail, you will be able to see weak cells before they get bad enough to make your miniPRO fail (and throw you). I tried it on both my N3M320 and N3M260 models, screenshots below. I found some difficulty connecting with Bluetooth, but bringing up the Segway app talking to the miniPRO, then killing it and bringing up NINEbattery, seemed the most reliable way to get a Bluetooth connection. Internet connectivity is not required. Many thanks to Alexei and Alexander for this wonderful addition to my toolbox!
  6. Hi everyone, Sorry I didn't come across an active photo thread here for us to post our pictures in so thought I would start one. If there is an active one I missed please let me know so I can delete this and bump the active one back up. Would love to see some mini photos from around the world and see how you use them and where, would also love to see how you have customised your minis etc! I will start, I mounted the hybrid tyres the other day and decided to take my dog out for a walk in some trails today while the sun was shining. Was a bit muddy but the new tyres were excellent and didn't slip once. Top speed is negligible, the tyre hum is noticeable on paved surfaces but I kinda like that, and my dog is named Kora, she's a good girl ?. Cheers, Alex
  7. Hey Ninebot, Xiaomi, Segway Mini / Mini Pro users, here is the downgrade pack for your device (Xiaomi, Ninebot, Segway Mini / Mini Pro) with an documentation how to do it. It will downgrade your device from firmware version 1.2.8 back to 1.1.7. YOU DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK, I'M NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR BRICKED DEVICES OR THINGS THAT HAPPEN TO YOU OR YOUR DEVICES BECAUSE OF THIS DOWNGRADE! It looks like Ninebot has changed something in the App. You need the Ninebot App < 3.6. For Android you will find the old APK's here apkmonk.com/app/cn.ninebot.ninebot/#previous Please read the "NineBot Mini Downgrade Readme.pdf" insite the 9BDgrader.rar Just to be sure, that Ninebot (the company) has the right file on their server, here are the hashes from the original Mini_Driver_V1.1.7.zip MD5 Checksum: 94273806959B2BB5FD8C50F6F7323846 SHA-256 Checksum: 2A7743E35DE0136DE46FC2A2D6BA9187CB728738C6F8D7FCC022BD4CA05FED57 When you download this file from Ninebot, check if the checksums are the same. Upload the "Mini_Driver_V1.1.7.zip" here http://onlinemd5.com/ if the checksums are identical you are safe. Good Luck! --- POSADIS ISSUES: Posadis Server has to be downloaded from here: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/posadis/posadis-0.60.6.exe After the Download, install it to C:\9BDgrader START WEBSERVER ISSUES: Please take a look at c:\9BDgrader, there is an error_log. Open the File with the Notepad. When it looks like this, there is another webserver like Xamp, Wamp, Apache or ISS running on your machine. Please disable this webserver temporally ____ [09/Jun/2016:14:06:16 +0200] Failed to bind the socket, error #50. Probable reason is that another daemon is already running on the same port (80). ____ SKYPE uses Port 80 too. Please close Skype, kill the Skype process in taskmanager and try again. DOWNGRADE ISSUES WITH ANDROID: - After you change the DNS Server on your Android Device please reboot your device, then open the Ninebot App for the downgrade DOWNGRADE ISSUES WITH IOS: - Completely close the Ninebot App (kill the task) - Change the DNS Settings in IOS to your Server - Enable Flight Mode (this will wipe the DNS cache) - Disable Flight Mode Open Ninebot App, it should now see the new 1.3.0 Firmware (which is our loved 1.1.7). --- ATTENTION: IT IS NOT SAVE TO USE A PRE CONFIGURED DOWNGRADE SERVER FROM SOMEONE ELSE. THE OWNER OF THAT SERVER CAN SEND YOU ANY FIRMWARE HE WANTS. THIS CAN BRICK YOUR DEVICE. IF YOU USE SOMEONE ELSES SERVER, YOU HAVE TO TRUST HIM! INFORMATION: Some routers have an option to prevent the use of alternative DNS Servers for security reasons. You have to disable this option during the update Process in your router. List of routers: - some vodafone routers (Information will follow) Denniss aka Ninehood :-) 9BDgrader.rar You will find questions and success storys about the downgrade here:
  8. Hi everyone, I have observed that distribution of the Ninebot Z10 since the announcement has been a little spotty? I am seeing that you can order them in the EU now but still no official source in the US. In my endless googling, I recently found them available on freemotionshop.com. When I contacted them, they explained that they are actually taking pre-orders and will be shipping on the 10th or 15th. When I asked why Ninebot isn't distributing to the US yet, they said it's probably because of the current 25% tarif imposed on these. Does this seem like legitimate information? I have seen a few bad reviews of freemotionshop's eBay account on here in the past, but they have been very responsive and seemingly honest. I feel a little in the dark about how Ninebot plans to distribute these. I'm down to wait on a legitimate source if it's somewhat soon. Any advice?
  9. 1699 Euros for Loomo in Europe says italian HDMOTORI http://www.hdmotori.it/2018/08/30/segway-ninebot-ifa-2018-w1-loomo-z10-anteprima/ In pre sale soon (availability for november 2018) , http://eu-en.segway.com/products/have-something-that-does-anything available in many european countries like Germany https://shop.segway.com/de-de/92/-segway-loomo Official Segway press released http://eu-en.segway.com/news-overview/segway-ninebot-is-moving-forward-with-expanded-pro
  10. Actually, Mini Plus have the better prices around all chinese resellers for europeans buyers with 522 euros , don't forget take Gearbest insurance and pay with Paypal Important: october and november are the best period to order, shipping (free) take between 35-40 working days, every year there is a delay for orders made in November and December. It's the busiest period for Gearbest. Think carefully before making your purchase, freight trains from China to Europe will be heavily loaded by mid-November. But sometimes November have a lot of good deals and discount prices. ... A member (from Barcelona) ordered a One Z 6 last august 15 and received last september 26, (=32 working days, a very good timing) Others Ninebot products selling by Gearbest here
  11. I think most of you guys must saw the exciting video of Segway Drift W1 on Youtube.Yes, it's a totally new category. Now, I would like to show you the video again! Segway Drift W1
  12. Hi everyone, Im starting a new job in a few weeks that will mean i need to commute around 3km each way from the bus to my workplace. It is rather flat ground, but im always running late and hate physically running. Soooo, im looking to get some kind of transportation to get me there and back each day. My two options im looking at are.. https://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=1679177134 or https://www.trademe.co.nz/toys-models/vehicle-toys/other/listing-1676116365.htm?rsqid=ddb91c8f84ad4eb399abe9ee6e5ad8c4 I am a little confused though, as they seem pretty much identical. One looks like it is the Chinese OEM version (the cheaper one) and the other looks like the same thing but with a different handle, higher weight limit and slightly longer range. Is this pretty much the crux of it? As i mentioned, its only about 3km each way and over pretty flat ground. Is important i can ride in rain or shine though.. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Cheers, Alex from New Zealand.
  13. Below, official internal pictures (bluetooth chips, processor, battery) , external pictures, lab tests from FCC ES4= ES2+external battery This could help you if someday you need purchase ones parts and be sure you are ordering for an original part
  14. Well, finally we come back to a nice price for the Ninebot Mini PLUS, $627 / €540 with Gearbest, to buy it at this price $599 / €514 update 22/07/2018
  15. For anyone interested in the product line brochure Segway Ninebot had available at CES 2018..... Some interesting tidbits: by the language, seems Segway is marketing the Z as an "enthusiast" model, ie. not the bread-and-butter money-maker many on the forums seem to want this model to be. the Ninebot One 16" series is notably absent from the product line, so I'm guessing that has been officially end-of-life'd. not surprisingly, as evidenced by the ordering of their product line, Segway is focusing more on their new cheapo e-kickboard scooters and 2-wheeled Mini series Segway Ninebot CES 2018 Product Brochure (PDF)
  16. Sooo @cloudust beat me to the punch in posting my initial impressions YouTube vid on the forums here.... the Ninebot Z thirst is real! ? LOL First, as much as I always dole praise on @Jason McNeil of eWheels.com, I must do so again: Thank God we have you in the US as our local PEV dealer and thank you for so graciously agreeing to ship this demo Ninebot Z unit on a 4-city US tour to your loyal fan customer base. Call me biased, yes, but I cannot help it: I've been screwed over by enough Joe Schmo middle man EUC sellers and cold-shoulder-go-to-your-distributor EUC co's to know not to take YOU for granted (and for those who don't know, one of my long-drawn ordeals is what led me to Jason in the first place, helping me on a wheel issue where the wheel was never purchased from Jason/eWheels). I will post as much nuanced content as I can on the Z to this thread throughout the week we have the Z here in NYC, complete with my incoherent ramblings and self-manufactured terminologies! (not joking, they really could be incoherent, I'm running on 2-3 hours sleep, neglecting my day job as we speak, each day we have this wheel... ?) Catching everyone up to speed, I'm on Day 3 (approx. 50 miles in) of extensive daily city riding with the eWheels.com demo Z10 (trying to shake off the initial euphoria, as is the case with all new wheels). And please remember to keep in mind, these are my rider biases (if you don't know of me or can't read my signature on mobile): I ❤️ big & wide wheels. Bigger & wider the better! (err, maybe not as big as that DIY 26" KS18 of past cult fame) That said, I've owned (not simply tested) almost every size, shape, and major manufacturer EUC model now (see my sig), and that's on purpose, because you'll never truly know a wheel without putting in the mileage, all models are slightly-to-drastically different. I ride daily, rain or shine. My only walking comes in the form of running 3-10 miles a day. I'm not a hill or offroad guy. I live in the capitol of Flatland City, Urban America, New York fudgin' City. Besides, @Marty Backe does a fantastic job with that on his socials. You might have read, but I have weird theories on riding on every nook and cranny of my pedals with my feet (wide, offset, edges, tip-toes) or my butt (seated, yeah!) except the standard set-it-and-forget-it parallel 11's foot positioning. I want every bit of leverage and angle of bending / carving I can get out of every wheel I ride dammit! (I also realize this is not the case with most riders on this forum.) I am not the riskiest of risk-taking risky top speed EUC riders. Yes, I do occasionally hit 30mph maxes, but the stars and the moons have to align. My average speed in this city carving stop-and-go car traffic is ~26mph, 28-30mph for passing car speed. I am 175 lbs rider weight (working on getting that back to 165 lbs *smh), so probably just a smidge under 190 lbs with backpack weight. Now,.... Let's tackle some of the heavy-hitters right off the bat, shall we? Because that's really what everyone's itching to [somewhat] resolve/inform, right? (again, all my own opinions, feel free to agree with nothing I say because I have no clue what I'm talking about ??) ===================================== PART I The Main Attraction: 4.1" Wide 18" Ninebot-branded CST Tubeless Tire Shock Absorbing? Unfortunately, not as I would have hoped ?, especially being in a pothole-infested city like NYC. It's not terrible though, and being super wide at 4.1", as long as you're not hitting the kind of bumps that make you catch small air, the overall massive dense weight of the Z10 (more on that later) will plant you to the ground in a very stable manor. Any hint of air you catch though, is met with a very solid thud (no bounce back) that if you don't cushion with your knees can reverberate up your being. Letting out some of the air did help, and as we test ride more, I will possibly try deflating a bit more to see if this gains more absorption/bounce (no, I did not measure PSI, but it felt very much like the max rated 32 or higher out of the box). My theory: the culprit here is the tire composition (yes, those who know me, know I champion this subject). Being tubeless with thick consistency (not sure how much ratio of rubber there is in there), I think it's very reminiscent of how e-kick scooter folk hate solid rubber tires for the same lack of absorption you usually get with a pneumatic air tire, especially in the absence of proper suspension. Maneuverability? This is always tricky, because my comfort with turning / carving bigger wheels is not necessarily your comfort with turning / carving bigger wheels (if you even want to take an effort to [learn] doing so). As with all bigger diameter wheels in the 18"+ tire category, the common refrain is "use more upper body to turn". Well, considering the Z10 sports now a 4.1" wide, at least ~50% wider than most EUC tires made today (Even the 2.75" wide 22" Monster tire!), you might need more than just the usual increased upper body / hip twists to achieve deep carves (obviously, body dimension/physics dependent). For me, my feet are constantly moving and pivoting, sometimes hanging off the pedal at non-traditional angles, so I can achieve deep carves on the Z quite satisfactorily (yes, albeit with more body movement). But I can see how set-it-and-forget-it, close to the shell, parallel 11 feet, "I want the wheel to turn by itself" guys will say it's less maneuverable than smaller diameter wheels. The dense 55 lb wheel weight & short stubby OG Ninebot pedals also compound this I suspect. Stability? This is where the Z10 surprised me, and in a good way, the best way! (though we heard brief early reports of this quality in passing) Quite logically, the Z10 having a wider tire, though being slightly curved and not flat (like the OneWheel tire or a car tire) gives you a wider base, which equals more stability and more distance traveled falling one direction before rider-correcting to the opposite direction. Combined with the greater mass density, which contributes to a slower initial momentum, you can really (with proper technique) control this wheel at slower speeds to the point of crawling next to pedestrians, and switching pivot axis really quickly. While in motion, the wide combined with the mass equates into hugging the road over small bumps better, only catching air for the more jagged and bigger divots (though again, the dense rubber tire composition does not absorb shocks). Think of a boulder chasing Indiana Jones or something similar (am I dating myself? Lol) Acceleration / Braking Acceleration With the Z10, Ninebot has re-introduced hardness pedal sensitivity settings again from the One 16" series days ( @Tishawn Fahie had reminded me that they had removed this for the 14" S2/S1/A1 series for some unknown reason). This time, the settings are only from 0 to 4 (as opposed to I think the 16" series was 0-10), with 0 again being the hardest response. Unfortunately, this is not the top tier stiffness/hardness of a 0-setting 16" One or 14" S2, but I would equate the 0-setting Z10 to around slightly less hard a response than a sport-mode Gotway Tesla, and comparable or slightly harder than my Ride-Mode KS18S (was that the name of the hardest KS setting? haven't opened up my crappy KS app in ages Lol - still don't want to!). However, due to the mass, to really initiate from-rest acceleration, especially uphill, you need to swing more weight force into the Z10 pedals, almost reminiscent to the way you need to really swing the sport-mode MSuperV3 pedals to initiate acceleration from rest (albeit, with more resistance to the Z, not in that glidy, floaty, effortless Gotway thing the MSuperV3 & Monster motor do). In other words, the power and acceleration in the ballpark of other 2kW nominal motor models IS there (just below the 84V Gotways), but you have to work / lean for it more. Also, interestingly, though it takes time for me to gain trust with any new wheel, so far I was not able to overcurrent/overcharge (ie. fast acceleration uphill) the Z10, whereas I was able to do so on the V10F. Braking I think the Z10 is the first EUC where you can specifically select the braking behavior, called "Assisted-braking" in the app (see my Z10 Initial Impressions YouTube below). It's just a toggle between enabled and disabled. When enabled, leaning back to brake will have little tension, more swing. I guess this supposedly "assists" your braking, but I was never a fan of that feel (see MSuperV3, reportedly SoloWheel does/did this too), so I've been constantly toggling that feature off (the demo Z10 keeps forgetting just this one particular setting for some reason; they might have fixed this in the updated FW that the NB app keeps prompting me to update too, but I have bad memories of Ninebot One 16" Firmware-gate: Faceplanting of the Ninebots a couple(?) of years back, so we'll just keep ignoring that FW prompt, thank you very much!). So with the braking 'assist' turned off, braking is sufficiently hard IMHO, and every NYC rider who's been on the Z10 so far has agreed with me, FWIW. Heaviness I brought this up at the end of my Z10 Initial Impressions vid, but the Z10 has to be (might be wrong) the heaviest 18" EUC at ~55 lbs, and not packing a very efficient battery-to-wheel weight-ratio, as my KS18S with an extra 680Wh more battery is 4 lbs lighter. This heaviness factor is both a minus (obvious lifting implications) and plus (the aforementioned grounded/planted-ness for bumps) IMHO. Walk-up apartment residents and high heighted car trunk owners beware! Not really sure why this is, but my guess is the tubeless tire & motor weight (could be wrong). Alright, gonna part-by-part more impressions/observations + video content progressively on this thread, as this short analysis got dense real quick! If you stuck by this long, your Ninebot Z thirst is strong!
  17. houseofjob

    Ninebot One Z Teardown by houseofjob

    ... sorry for dragging my feet on this last vid. Turns out teardown vids are really tough to try to make not boring *smh....
  18. Hello Newbies, wellcome, here we can try help you with or without success, everything depends on certain factors. Please understand we are forum members, Mini xiaomi & Mini pro users, but we are not AFTER SALE CUSTOMER SERVICE. Please when you will post about need help for the issue you meet, explain clearly all this point - type of mini (xiaomi or pro) - activate before or after 1rst april 2016 - firmware version & app version before and during proccess failing - verify authenticity of your mini (look battery, tire, good connection with bluetooth were all data are transmitted to "about battery" And when your issue is resolved, please teach us about the problem , if it's from a wrong manip from you or other, because it will help us to help another users (post pictures or video can help us to understand how to help you) Thank you >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 08/12/2016 It is not possible to downgrade from version V1.3.1 to v1.1.7 Users have bricked their Mini (Production Date June 2016) in trying to downgrade from V1.2.8 to V1.1.7 with a version of BMS V2.1.7 and app version V3.5.0 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 12/07/2016 PLEASE READ "ATH" MEMBER POST FOR LAST DETAILS AND LAST TUTORIAL FOR DOWNGRADE (Please use app previous version: v3.5.1) I sudjest you do not use the version of the NINEBOT app released last June 24, V3.6 , V3.6.1 don't work too, for firmware downgrading, you can download apk V3.5.1 inside this forum <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< FROM DENNISS I have written a new thread for the downgrade. <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< From jojo33: If your downgrading is a success, (at the moment we dont have any fail) i invite you, if you want, to: - thanks Denniss & Alexander for their help here: and join us with a short presentation (where you from wich Mini you have (xiaomi or pro) here Thank you very much everybody ! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- i think you must don't update the firmware v1.2.8 because Bad version THIS v1.2.8 Limited speed up to 17km/h no more Since 16km/k audible alarm shout much warning message after 16km/h Here screen shot show max speed during all the ride is 17km/h
  19. ninebot One Z NYC Demo Group Ride [RESCHEDULED] (sponsored by eWheels.com) Sunday June 10 12PM **Please note change in Meet Location:Ellington in the Park (UWS)W 105th St Riverside Drhttps://www.yelp.com/biz/ellington-in-the-park-new-york-2RAINOUT DATE: Monday, June 11, 6PM, same location FB RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/177198386272087
  20. For all those who bought a factory recertified Minipro the box says 220 lbs, but when you take it out of box and look at sticker on the battery pack it says 185 lbs max. That is a bait and switch if I ever seen one.
  21. To newbies users this is an important tip : When you clean your MINI, you can not remove and simply put back the pads. Pads that are replaced from above are not properly replaced. The plate, under the pads, which touches the joystick loses adhesion. The result in driving can be disastrous. The Mini no longer respond properly, no longer has the same responsiveness, driving is derived. The Mini is the miniaturization of a PT-type Segway All parts are nested to each other If you remove the pads, you must replace them beginning with dismantling the bases of the pads. There are several notches provided for inserting the pads. Below, a great tutorial video from Speedyfeet how to remove and replace pads
  22. Well, today begin presale for LOOMO on Indiegogo , and will dispatch next May 2018 4 hours ago, only 20 future owners could obtain LOOMO for "only" $999 Now, LOOMO is selling in "super early bird" for $$1299, only for 100 new buyers https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/loomo-mini-transporter-meets-robot-sidekick-mobile#/ Finaly price is $1799 My question is how can we wear it when climbing the stairs? (Loomo's weight 19kg/42lbs)
  23. And here I hear you shouting at me... when i answer "There are not any" Mini PLUS N4M340= Chinese market, branded MIJIA & Mini PLUS N4M350= World market branded SEGWAY Remember... XIAOMI invested in startup companies (Ninebot, Fimi etc...)with the help of, Sequoia Capital , is an American venture capital firm who invest in technolgy innovation., and have a Chinese branch, Sequoia Capital China who has invested into Ninebot. The EUC Ninebot One (2015) did not benefit from the Segway patents, it is from the Ninebot S2 that the Segway patents are used in the Ninebot technology. The Mini N3M240, N3M260, N3M320 have Segway technology, inspired by Ninebot's first personal transporter. ***** There are no two manufacturing plants for the Mini, one for the N4M340 and the other for the N4M350, the Mini Plus N4M340 & N4M350 are manufactured in the same factory. Whenever Ninebot releases a product, it immediately has FCC certification The Mini N3M240, which many believe is exclusively reserved for China, was in fact allowed, as soon as it was released in China, to be sold, marketed all over the world. The N3M240 was mentioned with N3M320 in FCC authorization. There is not a different firmware for the Chinese version or the World version There are only two elements that differ from the Chinese version: the charger and the packaging The charger American charger is in 2A (please look user manual, charger specs http://www.segway.com/media/2271/25521-00001_ab-miniplus-user-manual-en.pdf or european like Netherland http://nl-nl.segway.com/getmedia/1d7ef6e2-ff02-499e-84ae-0d5d5759690e/miniPLUS-UM-EN-FR-DU-IT-SP-2017-07-26.pdf.aspx?ext=.pdf) Chinese charger is in 1.5A That's all ! "And the speed!" You will tell me... No, no....no...no! About the speed Chinese Mini PLUS N4M340 : max speed 18kmh World Mini PLUS N4M350 : max speed 20kmh Please, you must understand: when Ninebot says "maximum speed", 20kmh, it's not the cruising speed. 20kmh is the peak reached at the maximum speed With my Chinese version of Mini PLUS N4M340, i could reach up to 24kmh / 21kmh ..., but only 3 seconds ! I checked with an alternative running application in bike mode Segway- Ninebot is playing with people's words and understanding ! A future buyer sees on the Segway Ninebot N4M350's specsheet: "maximum speed 20kmh", he thinks " I can ride at 20kmh", but it's not a cruising speed, you can ride in cruising speed 17kmh, 18kmh, 19kmh and you can reach peaks of speed beyond 20kmh, but only a few seconds before the tiltback helps you brake, lower your speed. A future buyer sees on the Mijia Ninebot N4M340's specsheet "maximum speed 18kmh", he thinks " f*** i can only ride at 18kmh" but in reality he can ride in cruising speed 17kmh/18km/h/19kmh, like the N4M350, and can reach peaks of speed beyond 20kmh too. Since the cruising speed decreases with the use of the battery (driving attitude, outside temperatures, land, user's weight) never Ninebot will be able to mention a cruising speed ! Ninebot writes "maximum speed 20kmh: it forces the Mini to roll slower, cheating on the cruising speed, lowering it by 1 or 2 km / h it's a fraud in France this style of commercial argument and distorting the speed limit is considered a fraud towards the consumer.
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