E scooters are gaining popularity not only among teens but also among people of all ages. The modern technologies helped them to be lightweight, easy-to-use and highly energy efficient. With their modern and sleek design, these vehicles will bring you anywhere in your neighbourhood pretty fast without sacrificing safety.
Today we are going to reveal what factors you should consider choosing a suitable electric scooter. We will also compare the Ninebot scooter and MI scooter essential features to help you decide which one is ideal for your needs.
Choosing a suitable scooter should be a considered decision. Here is a list of factors to pay attention to:
Max rider weight
Xiaomi, expanded its horizons by buying a popular self-balancing personal transport company Segway. While Ninebot, another top transport company, will maintain Segway as a subsidiary. But at the same time, Ninebot plans to integrate Segway’s technology into future products focused on connected e-vehicles with advanced HMI.
Even the products of the two companies are very different, but now they are a part of the big Xiaomi Family. Such an alliance of two well-known brands is only beneficial to customers as it will provide more convenient and environmentally friendly travelling solutions. Let’s take a look at the best options that are currently available and main differences:
— One of the great things about this model is the big 8,5-inch wheels. The pneumatic system in them helps not to feel small bumps. A powerful motor (300-600w) guarantees a good acceleration, with a max capability of 25km/h. The 474w battery lasts up to 45km.
— This model has the same characteristics as Mi M365 Pro 2 Scooter. The only difference is that this model has a 1w front light compared to 2w in pro 2.
— This Segway Ninebot has big 10-inch pneumatic wheels, a powerful motor of 350-700w provides good acceleration, with a max capability of 30km/h. The 551w battery lasts up to 65km. Weight — 18kg.
— This 2020 version model has big 10-inch pneumatic wheels, a powerful motor of 350-700w provides good acceleration, with a max capability of 30km/h. A great benefit of it is foldability. The 367w battery lasts up to 40km. Weight — 15kg
— Secure, puncture-protected 8.5-inch wheels are smaller than in previous versions, making you feel the road more. However, shock absorbers in this model compensate for that. The battery lasts up to 25km. Weight — 12kg.
— This model is similar to the ES2 version, but it is equipped with an additional battery that allows it to last up to 45km. Weight — 14kg.
— An excellent option for beginners. The 183w battery lasts up to 20km of diving. Weight —13kg.
— This model is similar to Mi M365 Pro 2 Scooter, but it has a smaller battery of 280w that lasts up to 30km. Weight — 14kg.
— It has the same characteristics as the XIAOMI SCOOTER 1S. The only difference is that this model doesn’t have an LSD-display but a battery indicator only.
— Great kids scooter (6-12years) that is smaller and lighter than other options. The 55w battery lasts up to 10km. There is no front light. Note that the max load is 50kg. Weight — 8kg.