At the time we ask you to send us any questions you may have about the Ninebot Kickscooter Max G2Segway’s electric scooter. And after having been testing it thoroughly, today we bring you a video with all the answers to your questions.
Q&A of the Segway Ninebot Kickscooter Max G2, in video
As usual, the first questions have to do with the physique of the scooter and its characteristics. Perfect to tell you what he has a steel structureand IPX5 resistance in the body, which makes it resistant to dust and superficial water, although the battery has IPX7 resistance that makes it even more resistant in case it rains while driving.
It is a very large and very robust scooter, made to resist, and that also affects the weight, which is 24 kilos. It will not be easy to carry it in your hand once folded, but it will transmit a lot of security when you are driving it. and since we mentioned that it is foldable, in the video we show you how it folds.
In response to other questions, we also tell you that the Ninebot Kickscooter Max G2 has turn signals on the handlebars, and we show you how to use them. We also talk about its anti-puncture wheels, designed to adapt to all terrains and with an additional jelly that makes the tires repair themselves automatically.
We also answer a few more questions about the build and features of the scooter, such as its shock absorbers and features, and the riding experience they provide. We also talk to you in depth about driving modes and other technologies that it includes, such as its mobile application, brakes, charger, traction, etc.
And the big question is autonomy, where we tell you that the manufacturer promises about 70 kilometers. But of course, this is in conditions such as with a weight of 75 kilos, on smooth and level ground, and at a speed of 16 km/h. And then, well, it depends on how you drive, how you are physically or the driving mode you use. All these and many other answers to your questions are in the video.
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