CSC Monterey Electric vs Segway Ninebot eKickScooter ZING E8

Compare Specifications of CSC Monterey Electric and Segway Ninebot eKickScooter ZING E8

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CSC Monterey Electric
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Segway Ninebot eKickScooter ZING E8
Segway Ninebot eKickScooter ZING E8

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Technical Specifications
Fuel Electric Electric
Motor DC brushless 200 W Motor
Range Between 20 and 60 miles 10 km per charge
Charging Time -- 4 Hours
Engine Starting -- Electric
Maximum Power 2.4 kilowatts (kW) --
Maximum Torque 120 NM --
Load Carrying Capacity Max. Capacity : 331 pounds --
Climbing Degree 10° uphill slope --
Top Speed -- 14 kmph
Battery Lithium, 60 volts / 26 amp-hours (Ah)
Battery Weight : 22 lbs
2550 mAh Lithium-ion battery
Charger -- 0.8 A Charger
Battery Warranty -- 1 year Warranty
Grip -- TPR Handle Grips
Tyres
Front 70/90-17F Patented Anti-skid Tubeless Tires
Rear 80/90-17R Patented Anti-skid Tubeless Tires
Wheel / RIM -- Alloy
Brakes
Front Drum Electric Brake + Mechanical Brake
Rear Drum Electric Brake + Mechanical Brake
Suspension
Front -- 40 mm front shock absorption, Spring damper
Rear -- --
Colors Available
Colors Yellow
Black
White
Blue
Pink


Physical Specs
Length 1890 mm 830 mm
Width 681 mm 335 mm
Height 1021 mm 850 mm
Weight -- 8 kg
Kerb Weight 82 --
Seat Height 762 --
Wheelbase 1234 mm --
Ground Clearance 140 mm --
Overview
About -- Segway Ninebot eKickScooter ZING E8 Riding Modes are Turbo Mode, Cruise Mode and Safe Mode. Read More
Features -- - Battery Indicator
- 3 Safety Braking System
- Integrated Battery Design
- Low Pedal Design
- Sensitive Acceleration
Additional Details Input Voltage : 110V-220V, 3-stage charger Fold: 875×335×320mm
Payload: 20–50 Kg
Max. Slope: Approx. 7%
Traversable Terrain: Flat surface, paved road
Operating Temperature: 14-104°F (-10-40°C)
Storage Temperature: -4–122°F (-20–50°C); 41–86°F (5–30°C) recommended
IP Rating: Vehicle: IPX4
Recommended Age : 6-12 years
Battery Management System: Over-heating, short circuit, over-current and over-charge protection

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