Segway-Ninebot Rolls into 2019 with a Slew of Cool New Tech

Our friends at Segway-Ninebot are coming out with a bunch of new products in this year and we’re excited to share them with you. Aiming to corner the market in “last mile transportation” they’re releasing the Shared Scooter Model Max, Powered by Segway.   Looking to corner the market in “last mile delivery” they’re releasing the Loomo Delivery robot.

The Loomo Delivery is an automomous robot vehicle that is aimed at revolutionizing the last mile delivery space. The Loomo Delivery can be used in office buildings, shopping malls, hospitals, and many other destinations. Segway-Ninebot believes this will be a more cost-effective, reliable, and fun way to make last-mile deliveries.

Loomo Delivery can safely navigate obstacles and crowded environments as it is built with the quality, caliber, and performance that we’ve all come to expect from Segway. The Loomo Delivery will have an Interactive Screen Interface and use a single camera that has centimeter-level positioning accuracy.

Shared Scooter Model Max

Segway-Ninebot’s new entry into the shared scooter market, the Shared Scooter Model Max, Powered by Segway, is a top-of-the-line vehicle that’s designed to further fuel the electric scooter movement. Model Max was designed taking into account complex shared usage scenarios, consumer overuse of vehicles, operation models, and maintenance costs. The overarching goal was to create a scooter with greatly improved reliability and weather resistance.

Segway-Ninebot’s new shared scooter product platform will provide users with a more dependable and comfortable riding experience, and help operators reduce operating and maintenance costs while also aiming to lengthen the lifespan of the vehicle. They’re also planning to be more open to customizing the vehicles based on the different needs of the operators in each market. Both the Loomo Delivery and the Shared Scooter Model Max will be debuting at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.


In addition to the CES 2019 debuts, check out some other new Segway-Ninebot products that have been announced recently:

Ninebot GoKart Kit: Attach your Segway S-Pro or Ninebot S base to the kit and you can get a real go-kart experience! With adjustable frame length, speeds up to 24km/h and able to handle riders up to 100kg, both adults and kids will be able to enjoy the Ninebot GoKart Kit!

GoKart Kit

Ninebot by Segway KickScooter ES4: A new premium scooter that boasts up to 800W of power while also being foldable and lightweight. The ES4 is meant for the discerning e-scooter rider that demands the best of the best. The ES4 has a top speed of 30km/h and a range of up to 28 miles!

KickScooter ES4

Ninebot by Segway KickScooter ES1: The ES1 is a lightweight e-scooter, weighing in at 25 lbs, that can reach up to 20km/h.

Kickscooter ES1

Segway Drift W1: These are really cool new self-balancing e-skates. Each e-skate weighs less than 8 lbs and has a slip-resistant material ensuring you won’t slip off. The skates are IP57 rated so they can be driven through puddles and have rubber bumpers on the front to reduce damage from impact.

Segway Drift W1


We’re looking forward to covering Segway-Ninebot’s new products in 2019, so stay tuned to Gear Diary for hands-on reviews!

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I'm an architect by trade, but the overarching theme of my life has always been trying to keep up with the newest, coolest technology. Ever since I picked up an NES controller, I've been hooked on the latest and greatest gadgets, gizmos, and toys. Whether it's gaming, mobile phones, and accessories, or PCs and Apple products, I'm interested. I use many Apple products in my daily life, such as the iPhone, iPad, and my MacBook Pro. I've also built a few PCs in my day, so I'd like to say that I'm a pretty well-rounded techie.