Segway Ninebot eKickScooter ZING C20
Presenting your teen's future obsession: the Segway Ninebot eKickScooter ZING C20! This new model comes in a new captivating colour scheme, with a black frame, and red highlights on the wheels and on the logo. The ZING C20 comes with 3 riding modes that can be adapted to each teen’s level. Last, but not least, this model has a light structure and can provide your teen with a range of 20 km worth of time out having fun with their friends
*All electric scooters are limited to a maximum speed of 25km/h due to government regulations
Segway Ninebot eKickScooter ZING C20 is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
Tough double tube frame made for adventurous teen
The frame is made of high toughness steel, with a triangle structure, which brings high durability and resistance to the product. The teen will have good stability on the footboard and will ride with confidence. The footboard is also made with anti-slip material to provide your teen with a steadfast riding experience.
In addition, this eKickScooter is IPX4 rated which means it is resistant to water splashes.
Thermo Plastic Rubber (TPR) Comfortable Handle Grips
The handle grips are made of TPR (Thermo Plastic Rubber) material, which is comfortable to hold and offers superior anti-skid traction. Additionally, TPR handle grips are also easy to clean and maintain.
Ninebot eKickScooter ZING C20 Powered by Segway
● Teen Electric KickScooter
● Lightweight and Easy to Carry
● Foldable eKickScooter in 2 steps
● Designed for teens
*It is essential to exercise caution while riding and to wear protective gear, including a helmet. It's worth noting that each state and territory in Australia has varying rules and regulations regarding the use of such products. This includes where they can legally be used and whether registration with the state's road traffic authority is required. Please keep in mind that any information provided by Segway Ninebot Australia is general in nature and may not take into account your specific circumstances. It is the responsibility of each rider to verify their local laws before riding.