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#272909 23-Jul-2020 20:59
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Any Segway Ninebot ES2 owners here?

 

How's your uphill performance without the extended battery pack? Only got mine a couple of weeks ago, and I'm finding that it's incapable of climbing. With acceleration set to red I can get up a 5-6 degree incline at about 4 kmh and constantly kicking. Anything above that - it just gives up the ghost. Is this normal?




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  #2527956 23-Jul-2020 21:05
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Yep totally normal. I have the ES4 and find that it assists me up-hill, but I do often have to kick too - the extra battery gives it high performance mode which can go up-hill quite a bit better at the cost of a fair chunk of battery. It also is very dependent on your weight.

 

All the "sold in stores" type scooters with a 25-30km/h speed limit are rather gutless up-hill. If you want something a bit better then something like the Zero range will get you up with a bit more speed (https://freedpev.co.nz/collections/all/electric-scooters) but as you can see at a cost :)







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  #2527982 23-Jul-2020 23:09
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Thanks!




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  #2528227 24-Jul-2020 14:37
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If your are on the heavy side like I am, even a Zero 9 doesn't help 😀




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  #2528247 24-Jul-2020 15:21
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85kg pushing 90 if I don't lay off the bikkies. :D





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