Ninebot launches two electric kick scooters, will run 40 kilometers in single charge

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Ninebot, a company known for kick scooters and self-balancing scooters, has introduced two new kick scooters. These first kick scooters of the company’s new F-series have model numbers F30 and F40. Both scooters are currently listed for crowdfunding on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo. The price of these kick scooters full of features has been kept low and may be somewhere to attract the younger generation. These electric kick scooters have a range of 40 km and can hold a maximum speed of 30 km / h.

Xiaomi’s partner company Segway-Ninebot has launched F30 and F40 Electric Kick Scooters. Both electric kick scooters are currently listed on Indiegogo for crowdfunding. The Ninebot Kick Scooter F30 is priced at $ 529 (about Rs 38,500) and the F40 will be sold for $ 629 (about Rs 45,600). Its shipping can start in July 2021. Initially, these electric kick scooters will be sold in the US, Canada and some Asian markets. There is no clarity about India at the moment.

The listing of Indiegogo shows that these scooters are equipped with a 10,200mAh capacity battery, which helps the F30 take out a range of 27 km. At the same time, the F40 has a range of 40 km. The two also differ in terms of performance. While the top speed of the F30 is 25 kilometers per hour, the F40 can hold a speed of 30 kilometers per hour. They have so much power that they can easily climb 15% and 20% maximum slopes respectively.

The battery in the F30 is fully charged in 5 hours, but the same battery takes 6.5 hours to be fully charged in the F40. Apart from this, they also have some useful features. The new Kick Scooters come with Bluetooth Security Lock and are IPX5 water registers. It has a built-in LED light of 2.5W. They offer 10-inch size tires for comfortable riding. It also has three riding modes namely Eco, Standard and Sport mode. One of their specialties is the foldable design. They can fold easily and you can easily keep them in tight places. You can also activate cruise control through the app. The news was first shared by Gizmochina.

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