Getting around just got easier. Meet the new 100% electric SEAT eXS KickScooter powered by Segway. Step on. Start up. And get rolling for only €599.
The new urban movement has arrived. It's time to explore the streets. To cruise through your commute. And to move fully free. 100% electric and completely environmentally friendly.
The SEAT eXS KickScooter is the efficient and eco-friendly alternative for your life on the go. Where to first?
The SEAT eXS KickScooter comes with 3 modes: Sports mode, Normal mode and Eco (speed-limited) mode. Sports mode has the highest power and speed but the lowest endurance. It’s indicated by the red “S” icon. Normal mode, shown as the white “S” icon, employs medium power and speed and therefore performs with medium endurance. Finally, the Eco mode is known for its low power and speed but higher endurance, making it particularly suitable for beginners. The Eco mode is active if no “S” is displayed.
Simply press the power button twice to change the riding mode. The mode is visualised on the dashboard by a red or white “S” icon, or the lack of an icon for Eco mode.
To open the folded switch: step on the foot mat, hold the handle and push forward with force. When you hear the snap, the folded switch has been locked into place. To close the folded switch: pull backwards on the handle while simultaneously stepping on the folded switch and pulling up the stem.
To reset your password: hold down the electric brake and electric throttle while simultaneously pressing the power bottom to turn off the scooter. When you turn it on again, the password will be reset.
The Ninebot-Segway application is available for smartphones with Android (Android 4.3 or later) or Apple (iOS 8.0 or later). It’s compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The Ninebot App can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.
** Typical range: tested while riding under full power, 165 lbs (75 kg) load, 77°F (25°C), 60% of max. speed on average while on pavement.
If you would like to find out more information on the use of electric scooters in Ireland please visit the Road Safety Authority website here