Segway Ninebot Drift W1 Electric Hovershoes

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Segway Drift W1 Electric Rollerblade Skates

Electric Roller Skates Hovershoes, Two Wheels self Balancing Scooter with RGB LED, Rollerblades for Kids and Adults with smart battery and self-balancing technology.



Segway Ninebot Drift W1
Segway Drift W1
Segway Drift W1
Segway Drift W1
Segway Drift W1
Segway Drift W1


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  • At you can purchase Segway Ninebot Drift W1 e-Skates Smart Self-Balancing Hovershoes for only $280.00, which is 44% less than the cost in Newegg ($499.99).
  • The lowest price of Segway Drift W1 - Portable e-Skate Hovershoes, up to 7.5 mph, 5.5 mile range was obtained on May 27, 2020 5:12 pm.

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8 reviews for Segway Ninebot Drift W1 Electric Hovershoes

  1. The “Dockter”

    I’ve been riding it around the house to far to get my sea legs and it’s been amazing! I’m already cruising around pretty well without any awkwardness and I haven’t fallen a single time. I can’t wait until Spring to take them outside!

  2. Francisco Marino

    Excellent! They are easier to ride than i thought. Fun and seem to be really well manufactured. Regards from Chile! South america. (Mercadolibre: segway drifts)

  3. Er

    Very difficult to get a hang of it. Lack of resources and training and manual make learning rather challenging. Also the build quality is a bit unfortunate.

  4. tacky187

    I got these for my girl, who is 5’1″ and 120lbs. For learning, she would turn them on while they were down by her feet and set them parallel with the ground. She would sit in a chair and put her feet on them and stand up. At first, I had to hold her hands, but she got the hang of standing on her own. From here, she would slightly lean forward and angle her feet causing them to move. Before I knew it, she was scooting around the kitchen and dining room without issue. I have never seen her so giddy!I don’t understand the 1-star review complaining about difficulty (they are motorized skates so know what you’re getting), and build quality (it’s actually very good.)She says this is the best Christmas gift she has ever gotten, which means score for me! 😉

  5. Marthoula

    I got these skates for my 6 year old daughter. After about 4 hrs of learning curve, she skates like a pro! She pulls her sister in the wagon while riding these, lol. My only complaint (saving grace?) is they are limited to a 220 pound rider so I can’t try them out. She wears a helmet and wrist gaurds while riding. Even though they are very controllable, she is still flying forward with nothing between her and any obstacle!

  6. Zeshan Ahmed

    I bought these thinking wow great I can replace my Segway Mini hoverboard and carry these around with me but No.The wheels are very hard like regular roller skates but very thick, they are non inflatable. Riding these outside on roads and on the streets that are cement is very rough. You can feel the Roads and its very unstable if the roads aren’t paved or there are small cracks or bumps you will definitely fall off.I’ve mastered these skates at home in wood and tile floors where the surfaces are smooth. They are very fun to ride in smooth surfaces like if you take it to a mall or airport it will be really fun.If you are purchasing these to take with you outside on open roads and pavements I would seriously reconsider. These are only good indoors or smooth surfaces otherwise I would suggest getting the Segway S or Ninebot hoverboard to take you places.

  7. Popeye

     I like it very much. Also my little daughter enjoys it. I think I need to buy one more. 🙂

  8. Rob

    I’m starting my rating at 4 stars, but might change that as time goes by. Nothing about these hovershoes feels cheap. I was quite impressed with the fact that I was able to stand up on them, unassisted, without falling on my very first attempt. While I have hundreds of miles on a Segway Mini, I’d call these a completely different animal. You might as well be riding mini-pavementmobiles on each foot. They feel a little like skiing, only pizza does not slow you down. French-fry is your friend. I’m not at the same confidence level riding the Drift that I am with the Mini, but so far it seems like these are much more limited. I don’t think I’ll be able to do things like ride the sidewalks to the convenience store just down the street. Maybe more confidence and moving at full speed 100% of the time will change this, but so far it doesn’t take much of a bump to get your hovershoes to stop and you to step off them with the forward momentum. Good thing you can’t go crazy fast with them. I’d call the Segway mini a functional transporter- you can do things like ride to the local store, grab a handful of groceries, and cruise back home with ease. With the drift, I’m not sure they’ be useful for anything but maybe tootling around the park or sidewalks at a nice beach. Fun… but limited.Update:After a little over a month 4 stars is about right. I’ve been able to ride them most days, and I’m to the point where I’m as close to as comfortable as I am with my Segway mini as is probably possible. They are a good leg work out, but like I feared, the usability as a short distance personal transport means is quite limited.For the first couple days I found going from stepping on one to standing on both to ride to be tricky, but with each successful attempt it gets easier. The off-foot, shall we call it, shoe has a tendency to wander if you are not quick about stepping onto it, so you might as well get comfortable doing short rides on one shoe so you can step onto a runaway.As far as rideability, the tiny wheels, unfortunately, mean you need a very friendly riding surface. We’re talking ultra nice concrete or the like- minor seams, no rocks, pebbles, twigs, or curbs. Aside from the rubber anti-slip ramps our sidewalks have, which these cant cross due to the huge dimples, your everyday sidewalk panel seams are brutal on the tiny wheels.If you have such a patch you can ride be prepared for a leg workout. You use leg muscles you had no idea you had. I recommend slowly working up the ride time, starting with a few minutes, and adding one or two each time. They are much more physically taxing to ride than I anticipated. I think most of that is what I’m going to call the “tiny wheel effect.” You spend a great deal of energy maintaining balance over “rough” terrain.Update 2 -After less than 3 months of riding the tread on one shoe is separating from the hub, causing a nasty wobble. Segway support does not answer their phone, and they do not respond to the emails to technical support that their phone system says to use “for the fastest service.”

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