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Old 08-13-2012, 08:48 AM   #15
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Well stated, did you notice that their website hasn't been updated on news since 08. And yes they are using their knockoff chinese junk website to make some think its a segway product. They even called it a seg-scooter, and reference to segway type product.

This was a cheap shot to sell junk. I don't care to join a glider club either. Next thing we will see is a riding mower club. lol
I just shake my head at the stuff the Chinese try and do get away with as far a copying quality items.

Believe it or not, I actually thought of buying a zero turn lawn mower for around camp at the dunes. I planned on stripping the mower portion off of it. I don't think a helmet or seat belt would be needed.

Back On-Topic. Here's me, GF and why I bought my X2. I'd get a sever case of kneesels if I walked to the far motor home,



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Old 08-13-2012, 09:50 AM   #16
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Nice rig. And it's not a SEG-SCOOTER. LOL
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Old 08-13-2012, 10:00 AM   #17
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Just to clarify, I am not associated in any way with the Seg-Scooters, nor do I promote them. As stated I have two "Real" i2 Segways that I paid big money for. There are many types of devices available that provide similar experiences and do the Segways. In my opinion not the same calibre, but available.
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Old 08-13-2012, 10:50 AM   #19
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This was a cheap shot to sell junk. I don't care to join a glider club either. Next thing we will see is a riding mower club. lol
Where do I sign up??

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Old 08-13-2012, 11:13 AM   #20
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Where do I sign up??

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We have a $2,000.00 initiation fee and a $10,000.00 annual membership fee paid in advance. "WAIT A MINUTE(JOHN MADDEN 1986)" That's A Golf Club Membership Schedule". Never mind.....
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We have a $2,000.00 initiation fee and a $10,000.00 annual membership fee paid in advance. "WAIT A MINUTE(JOHN MADDEN 1986)" That's A Golf Club Membership Schedule". Never mind.....

Yeh, anyone would know you can't get into a 1st class riding mower club for only a $2000.00 initiation fee.

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Yeh, anyone would know you can't get into a 1st class riding mower club for only a $2000.00 initiation fee.

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Also on a sidenote, we enforce the "10 Year Rule" , which requires a complete photo alblum of your lawn mower along with 2 mechanical inspection references with regards to the mechanical condition(hidden issues will result in a citation by our membership police along with a 15 day suspension. You may resubmit your application to include a $5,000.00 processing and handling fee(we send you two, that's right two membership cards for this price).

The above membership entitles you and one guest to ride and mow on our " PRIVATE LAWNMOWER GRASS RESORT"
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Sorry to bother y'all, I just asked a simple, honest question and it turned into this. I guess you don't want any new people in your little RV Club.
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Sorry to bother y'all, I just asked a simple, honest question and it turned into this. I guess you don't want any new people in your little RV Club.

Welcome as a new member, we were just having a light moment with a bit of humor thrown in. Didn't realize it was such a serious OP, especially when no one wanted to form a "gliding club".

Happy Camping and yes you are welcome to post anytime you want. Just don't expect everyone to answer the way you prefer.

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Looks like the knockoffs are built in the USA. They even have a Military version.
Good music. Where is the original Segway made at and do they still sell them?
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Hey Dunner!

Cute pic of Sadie riding with you? Did Sadie take to riding with you on the Segway right away, or was she scared of the movement or motor noise at first? I'm wondering if my Lily would sit calmly at my feet. Sena would ride on my shoulders -- monkeys prefer to be up high.
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At first, she got off if when I started moving. I then held her collar and went a little faster and she was ok with that. Then one time, I got up to normal speed for around camp and we went visiting all the other MHs and even across the road to other camps. I can now say: "Sadie, go for a ride" and she gets on. I do have to re-arrange her so she's facing forward. Not too much room on there for both of us.

What motor noise?
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