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Fastwheel EVA Pro
mini eletric scooter, or we call it smartwheel, mini segway, hover board, etc, which is absolutely the hotest product this year.
but do you know it has 2 different modes in the system？ and they are interchangable.
beginner mode: on this moede, the scooter is more slower and easier to balance, you feel not easy to speed up. it made for beginner or children.
sport mode: this mode has not speed limited, it is easy to speed up to max speed. it is for adult or player.
so, some player might found your scooter is slower than my friend’s, wonder if your scooter is defective? absolutely not. we are a ebay seller, a buyer ordered 4 scooters from us, and found 3 of them is slow and one is faster, he opened a dispute and we did not know they were in beginner mode, we had to refund to buyer. but later we when we knew the truth and told the buyer, he insist the scooter is defective.. T_T we lost a lot. so we need to write a post to help every buyer and seller.
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We’d be throwing money at our screen right now, if we could. Chinese company Xiaomi has launched a small Segway device, the Ninebot mini, for a mere $315 (£203), Xiaomi is a major investor in Ninebot, the China-based company that recently purchased Segway. This is the first device the companies have launched since the acquisition, and while the self-balancing scooter looks a bit like the original, it costs less than a twentieth the price.
The performance is nothing to sneeze at, though — it can move at up to 16km/h (10 mph), tackle 15 degree hills and run up to 22 km on a single charge. It’s portable at 12.8 kilograms (28 pounds) and “fits easily in the trunk of your car,” according to Xiaomi. You can also upgrade the firmware and monitor your speed, traffic data and systems via a smartphone.
Sure, Xiaomi’s marketing the Ninebot mini as a “cool youth toy,” according to the rough translation — but it looks like it could get you around nicely, too. You’ll have to put your checkbook away for now, though. The self-balancing device is coming to China on November 3rd, but there’s no word on Xiaomi’s plan for a wider launch. That said, Ninebot has updated its French website with an offer to be “informed of the availability.” That means it’ll likely be sold in Europe, so it may come to the US after all. We’ve reached out to Xiaomi for more information.