is a hoverboard-like personal mobility device (PMD) that helps you conveniently travel to your neighbourhood amenities without breaking a sweat. It is the first self-balancing e scooter to be issued the UL2272 fire safety standard.
A self-balancing e scooter fit for a smart city
This revolutionary type of personal mobility device keeps you in-balanced by sensing your body movements. The only skill needed to ride is the ability to stand. The cutting-edge control algorithm works in tandem with the various sensors and microprocessors that make learning to ride easy.
to ride in just 3 minutes
at 4 Times the speed of walking
up to 15º with ease
up to 30 Km on a single charge
sensor-triggered signal and brake lights
Learning to ride in just 3 mintues
Nervous about getting on your ninebot minipro? Don’t worry, it’s easy to get started.
We’ve simplified how it works so mind and machine becomes one. Step aboard, stand still and you are controlling the self-balancing scooter.
Precision sensors capture your body attitude and the microprocessor computes at a speed of 200 times per second to keep you balanced on the device.
The intuitive knee steering delivers a natural riding experience compared to the skilfull foot movement needed to steer a Hoverboard.
Best of all, it is hands-free. Get started and in a few minutes, you become an expert.
Four Times Faster Than Walking
The ninebot minipro weighs just 12.8 kg and amazingly reach the speed of 18 km/h in less than a minute. Four times faster than walking and as stable as standing – even when climbing a 15˚ slope or crossing a small hump. The electric motor is silent and maintenance-free.
- Light Rain Puddles
- Small Obstacles
Road Adaptivity Easily gets up 15˚ steep slope and small humps
Ninebot minipro is not just riding on smooth pathways, it can handle challenges in off-road conditions. Some practice is needed to ride a self-balancing e scooter on a slope or over a small obstacle. The ninebot high-performance motor ensures balance and safety. Our engineers have designed a dynamic power algorithm that automatically identifies a small obstacle or slopes, and dynamically adjusts the torque based on the surface inclination.
When a small obstacle is ahead, the minipro motor temporarily increases the power and enhances vehicle stability so you can travel smoothly over humps. The 9 cm high chassis and foam foot-pad helps to reduce vibration.
Safety and Functionality Sensor lighting and UL2272 Fire Safety Standard
When designing the self-balancing e scooter, your safety when riding in a low ambient light environment is important to us. Thus automated headlight and LED taillights are basic features of the ninebot minipro. The front headlight illuminates the way ahead, and the sensors adjust the brightness based on the surrounding lighting. The two LED taillights are blue by default and switches to blinking red when you brake. The signal light flashes yellow according to the direction you turn. You may also customize the pattern and colour of the tail light to double as a warning light.
The advanced intelligent battery management system (BMS) monitors the status of every battery cell in real-time and performs auto load balancing when the battery is low. Check the BMS relay battery status through your phone app, and alerts you if a problem occurs so you stay safe. (NOTE:Use only genuine adapter charger specified for minipro.)
From January 2021 onwards, all PMDs (including e-scooters) intended for use on public paths must comply with the UL2272 fire safety standard. Ninebot minipro is UL2272-complaint since 2016 and well ahead of its time.
Try using Ninebot Segway Phone App Wireless Remote Control
If you don’t feel like riding your ninebot minipro, you can remotely control it with the Ninebot Segway phone app. With adjustable speed and a 360˚ rotation, you can use your Minipro to impress your friends, amuse or annoy your dog and maybe do some robotic dancing.
Try it and you'll be amazed!
Should Riders Wear Helmets?
From 1 February 2019, it is compulsory for cyclists (including e-bike riders) to wear helmets when riding on roads. This is unless they are crossing the road as part of their journey on footpaths or shared paths. This helmet rule will not apply to riders of e-scooters and other PMDs, as these devices are not allowed to be used on roads.
In other words, it is not compulsory for e-scooter / PMD riders to wear helmets. However, we encourage ninebot minipro riders to consider doing so and to try out our Ninebot Segway Helmet and protection gear.