Ninebot F2 Pro
Ninebot F2 Pro
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The Ninebot F2 Pro KickScooter is an excellent all-rounder with loads of power for steep hills and long climbs.
With range of up to 55km and a maximum motor output of 900W, you'll feel confident traveling in a range of riding environments. The F2 Pro offers a range of features like dual braking system, built-in indicators, Traction Control System (TCS), front suspension for a smooth ride, and an anti-theft electronic horn.
Thanks to the intelligent functions and high performance, the F2 Pro is great for commutes and rides through the GTA and Toronto. Looking for more range & features? Check out the Ninebot MAX G2.
Ninebot F2 Pro Quick Specs
- 32 km/h top speed
- 55km maximum range
- works with Apple Find My
- 10" tubeless Pneumatic self-healing tires
- front disc and rear electronic brakes
- up to 22% incline
- rear wheel drive, 900W Max power
- Anti-skid traction control system
- built-in front and rear indicators for safe commuting
- front spring suspension for a smooth ride
- high decibel electric horn
Shipping & PickupMore Info
Segway of Ontario wants to help you get rolling as quickly as possible. Online orders can be fulfilled in one of two ways: pick-up or delivery. We are proud to ship across Ontario for all of our online products and will work to find you the best shipping rates through trusted and reliable carrier services. Products will be shipped from our Distillery District storefront in Toronto, Canada.
Returns and Refunds PolicyMore Info
Unopened, unused and unregistered devices purchased from Segway of Ontario can be returned for a full refund (shipping not included) within 14 days of purchase. The device must be in original manufacturer packaging and in acceptable condition of use (all manuals, accessories, and gifts with purchase must be included).
Kickscooter (e-scooter) Laws in Ontario:
Under the HTA, there is a 5 year pilot project (commenced January 1, 2020) which allows the use of e-scooters in the province. Please check with your municipality for local bylaws.