New F Series: Which Is The Best Ninebot Scooter You?

Ninebot Segway has been a leading electric scooter brand for some time, so it’s no surprise there was a lot of excitement surrounding the launch of the new F series e-scooters. There are three kickscooters in the series: the Ninebot F25E, F30 and F40. Each scooter offers some brand-new features, such as pneumatic tyres and regenerative braking, but each varies depending on the power and range you are looking for.




The new Ninebot F series has upgraded several features of previous scooters. A big one is the introduction of pneumatic tyres across all three models. These 10-inch, impact-absorbing tyres allow for a smooth and stable ride and mean that you can travel across smooth and rough terrain without problems.
Safety is paramount in the F series, and alongside these new tyres, each model has regenerative braking. This means that electrons from the brakes go back into the battery, giving you additional power during rides! They also have LED brake lights, as well as reflectors, so you will be seen when riding day or night.In terms of usability, Ninebot Segway has focussed on easy folding and carrying. Although the F series kickscooters range in weight, with the Ninebot Segway F40 electric scooter being the heaviest, all three have a quick folding mechanism. No more struggling with storing your scooter at home or work!One of the most exciting features of the new F series is the three ride modes. On all three scooters, you can enjoy energy-saving, standard and sport mode. If you want to take some pressure off and put on cruise control, you can only do this with the Ninebot F30 and F40 scooters.


The differences between these three electric scooters start with the power of their motors. The Ninebot Segway F25E electric scooter is the lightest and has the smallest motor at 250W. This is no reason to dismiss the Ninebot F25E as it can still travel at 15.5mph with a range of 15 miles and fantastic hill-climbing ability, with a smaller motor it can handle an incline of about 12%. As always, this does depend on the terrain and the weight of the rider. The Ninebot F25E is also easiest to pack away, weighing just 15.5kg, making it one of the lightest on the market!


If you’re looking for a slightly larger range, then the Ninebot Segway F30 electric scooter may be more suitable for you. Like the Ninebot F25E, the F30 reaches 15.5mph but it can travel further (up to 18.6 miles) and has and incline of 15%. This is all due to its 300W motor which makes the scooter that little bit more practical for those who are out and about for longer. This of course makes it heavier, at 19kg, but you get the extra benefits of the larger motor.

Finally, if you are a more experienced rider and enjoy a scooter with power, then the F40 is the best Ninebot scooter for you. With a powerful 350W motor, this e-scooter has everything its smaller counterparts have with more ‘oomph’. Reaching up to 20mph, the F40 is perfect for those who want to get around quickly and easily. It also has the biggest incline capabilities and can handle a 20% incline. These benefits do mean that the Ninebot Segway F40 electric scooter has the longest charge time at around 6 hours and the largest price tag. With a range of 25 miles though, the cost is more than worth it.

Which Ninebot Segway will you choose?

The best Ninebot scooter for you is undoubtedly in the F series, but which one you go for depends on your ride needs. If you are a less frequent traveller and need a light scooter for short journeys, then the Ninebot F25E is perfect. However, if you enjoy a powerful ride and a thrill then invest in a Ninebot F40. It’s good to remember that all three have an LED screen and compatibility with the Ninebot app, so you will always know when your scooter needs a charge or how far you can go.

If you have any questions about any of the best Ninebot scooters mentioned in this article or you wish to learn more about us and our product range, contact us today on live chat, email or call 01202 022245. We’re always happy to help.


In the UK, the law states electric scooters should not be used on footpaths, cycle lanes or roads. E-scooters can only be used on private land with the owner's consent and a rider should always wear appropriate protective equipment.

It is the customer’s responsibility to ride their electric scooter within local laws and therefore assume all liability and risk associated with the use of e-scooter products.