Segway Ninebot Zing E10 Electric Scooter for Kids
Segway Ninebot Zing E10 Electric Scooter for Kids
Segway Ninebot Zing E10 Electric Scooter for Kids
Segway Ninebot Zing E10 Electric Scooter for Kids
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Segway Ninebot Zing E10 Electric Scooter for Kids

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Let your children roll in style with the Segway Ninebot Zing E10 Electric Folding Scooter. Able to reach up to 10 mph, the Zing E10 is the perfect way for them to get about town or travel to school by your side.

They'll have about 40 minutes of battery life, so you won't have to worry about losing charge. And thanks to the IPX4 rating, the scooter can take a few puddles or a bit of rain on the way.

Worried about speed? The Zing E10 has three modes so that they can build up their confidence first. Safe mode is perfect for beginners, cruise mode lets them kick to accelerate, while turbo mode is perfect for zooming around.

Designed with safety in mind, the scooter features a regenerative, electric and a mechanical brake. The tyres are made from solid rubber, so you don't need to worry about maintenance either.

Technical specifications
Suitable age 8 - 14 years
Maximum speed 10 mph
Maximum rider weight 50 kg
Range 6.2 miles
Wheel size: 7" Rear wheel: 6"
Electronic front hand brake
Rear foot brake & regenerative brake
Design features Foldable
Charging time 4 hours
Motor power 200 W

Speed modes: Cruise, Safe mode & Turbo


Controls Thumb throttle

Dimensions

Unfolded: 950 x 400 x 915 mm (H x W x D)
Folded: 320 x 400 x 915 mm (H x W x D)
Weight 8.4 kg
Manufacturer's guarantee: 2 years mechanical, 1 year battery

* It is illegal to use an e-scooter on a public road, pavement cycle lane or bridleway. E-Scooters should only be ridden on private land with the permission of the land owner