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Segway Ninebot Kickscooter Max $795 (Save $404), E8 $388, E10 $429 Express Delivered @ Mobileciti / eBay / Catch / Amazon

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UPDATE: Prices have reflected across all channels. Still available on catch and eBay

KickScooter MAX is $700 via Mobileciti Catch

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Use the above methods to save additional 10%+ off the other scooter models too. If your gift cards have higher value, then you can squeeze up to 15%+ discount.


Just noticed Mobileciti dropped the prices on their scooters!! Lowest prices available (beating JB prices) and great Christmas gift (please confirm with rep for express delivery before Christmas)

Same price on eBay store as well

See below for summary of legality in your state. But please also do check state rules on government websites.


Summary of Price Drops

Product Price Savings
Ninebot Kickscooter Max $795 $404 (33.7%)
Ninebot eKickscooter E8 $388 $111 (22.2%)
Ninebot eKickscooter E10 $429 $170 (28.3%)
Ninebot Kickscooter Air T15 $839 $460 (35.4%)

Summary of Electric Scooter Laws in Australia by State

State Legal? Rules/Notes
Queensland Yes Riders should wear helmets. Children under 12 cannot ride, and riders up to 16 must be supervised by an adult. Riders must give way to pedestrians. Speed limit to 25km/h
Victoria - In Victoria, the law allows 200w power output. It also permits a speed limit of 10km/h that can be use on public roads and footpaths. There are no specific laws presented on what requirements to follow but, the Victorian state government set rules on certain kinds of scooters.
ACT Yes A maximum speed of 15 km/h on footpaths, up to 25 km/h in all other permitted locations. Users must wear a helmet. Slow down to 10 km/h when going across a crossing and give way to pedestrians.
New South Wales No Currently, NSW does not allow riding an e-scooter on public roads and footpaths. However, the law permits it on private ground.
South Australia No In South Australia, the law does not allow riding an e-scooter on public roads and footpaths. However, the law allows riding on private grounds.
Western Australia - The law does not permit the use of shared paths and footpaths for e-scooters. Compliant e-scooters can only be legally ridden on low speed WA public roads and paths if their maximum power output is no more than 200 watts and they cannot travel more than 10 km/h on level ground.
Northern Territory - E-scooters that are limited to less than 200w in power output and capable speeds below 10km/h are permitted for use on public roads and footpaths. Scooters exceeding this power and speed will require registration.
Tasmania - The power limit that the law allows is less than 200w for it to set foot on public roads and footpaths. Scooters exceeding this power and speed will require registration.

Full credits to mearth for summary


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    Cue the are these legal comments

    • +40 votes

      nah fam, I beat them to it and included it in my description xd

      • +1 vote

        Job well done, wish more ads were these well researched and informative.

        wanna do a comparison of the current stock of scooters XD

    • -3 votes

      Any deals on infringement notices? Pay 4 get 1 free perhaps? ๐Ÿ˜

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    I saw someone riding one of these in brisbane city while it was pouring down rain, looked fun! was waiting for them to stack it because the rider had no helmet tsk tsk..

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      Why would no helmet make you more likely to stack?

      • +2 votes

        No lol, Gomo meant that because it was raining there was a high chance of this person stacking it, and the fact that they had no helmet would mean it would be quite… 'funny' to watch :)

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          You got it !

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            @Gomo: Lol, thank you. I am now certified literate :)

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    What scooter is considered the best value or simply the best machine, on the market right now?

    • +5 votes

      Zero 9.

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        Saw one go over everything the other day. Pitty they look ugly as.

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        Perfect answer… I own an ES4, and must say that the ZERO 9 looks AWESOMEEEE (At least on spec sheet lol - 45KM range, 45KM/h, lightweight, relatively cheap)

    • +3 votes

      Question is WAY to broad.

      If you're wide of girth and the scale in the bathroom quakes in fear when you approach and need to go up a steep-ish hills ? Are you slim and need to go up VERY steep hills ? Do you need a small scoot that folds after a 5km commute to the train into the city and then another 2km at the other end ? Do you ned to carry it up stairs ? Do you want one that's legal (as in QLD where they are legal do you want one that complies with its laws?) Do you need a very long range ? Would an ebike suit you better (much more stable) ?

      We have 3 scoots in our household for 2 people, 1 x 2000W (dual motor) (mine), 1x 1600w(my partners new one) and 1 x 300W (my parters old one). Only the last one is legal in Qld where I live. We haven't used the car for many months and are now thinking of selling the car and renting the car space in our apartment complex.In good sections of path way, away from people I do about 40-45km.hr, on sidewalks with the potential of people being about , 20-25. In cycle lanes near the road with the potential of the police being about, 30km/hr. I can also climb the couple steep ish hear me with ease, the little 300W wont; do that. Where I ride is legal for a scooter, what I ride isn't.

      So you need to specify weight of the rider, if you need to fold and carry often, range you need , what's it for ? eg car replacement ? We use ours for going down the beach for a swim, going shopping, going to lunch at a park near the beach and on and on. Theft is an issue, like it is with bikes.

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        You.. go 25kph on sidewalks when there is the potential for people to be around?

        I hope you don't seriously injure anyone other than yourself when you stack.

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          He's also doing 40-45kmh on a scooter. If he goes over, he's gonna be hurt. Like a lot.

          But I guess that's true of every vehicle like this. Skateboards, bikes, roller blades etc.

          • -2 votes

            @Sxio: Yes but pedestrians stick to sidewalks. Be a danger to yourself all you like, but going 20-25kmh on a sidewalk is ridiculous, it's putting others at serious risk.

            Fat people scooters are limited to less than 10kmh because they are specifically for using on sidewalks.

            If you go 25kmh on a sidewalk you're a ******* *****.

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              @studentl0an: Before having a go at the guy maybe you should read the rules. In QLD you are supposed to ride on the footpath. You can only legally ride on a road without a dividing line and a speed limit of 50Km/h or less unless you are avoiding an obstacle. Even then, you are only supposed to ride on the road for a max of 50m.

              https://www.qld.gov.au/transport/safety/rules/wheeled-device...

              • +1 vote

                @Blokeinhisundies: People are having a go as 25km/h best people is nuts!

                Even without people it's fast

                • -1 vote

                  @dsta: 25km/h is not particularly fast on a rideable, and it's very easy to remain in control. Bicycle riders do more than 25km/h regularly.

            • -1 vote

              @studentl0an: Undo that knot in your knickers. 25km/hr is the maximum allowable speed to travel on a bike or similar on a shared path. Look up your local states rules. 25km/hr is not dangerous.

              • +2 votes

                @sobie2000: 25km/h is not dangerous …. its the sudden stop to 0km/hr that hurts.

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        So which ones did you get?

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      What kind of question is that? You're asking for the two ends of the spectrum. What are your needs?

    • +5 votes

      Do it

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    How about their eBay store? Same price? Otherwise it can not beat 15% gift card at jb. Only 20% eBay could beat it.

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      yep itโ€™s on their eBay store too.

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    E10 $468 with little birdie ($397.80 with 15% off gift cards) via Mobileciti

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      I think you have an addition with little birdie and catch HAHA but good point

      • +1 vote

        Lol I have addiction of making it cheaper :)

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          aye aye username checks out

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            @skido: Nothing against you :)

            • +1 vote

              @Pricebeat: E10 just dropped $429 on mobileciti catch

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              @Pricebeat: Max also dropped $795 on mobileciti catch. WOW GREAT PRICES if stacked with 15% off gift card

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      E8 $377 with Little birdie ($320.45 with 15% off gift cards) @ AZ Shop

  • +1 vote

    bit off topic: any electric bikes specials?

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      $795 ?

    • +1 vote

      good pickup. Can stack with discounted eBay gift cards

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        where to get ebay gift cardS?

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          via classifieds or any of the recent Woolworths/coles TCN online gift card deals. Better to go with catch for more discount ;) see my updated description

  • +1 vote

    Any electric unicycle specials?

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    OP isnt it $720 (after 5 x $100 Catch 15% off GC)?

    i.e. ($425 + 295 = $720) on catch ?

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      795 - 75 (5x 100 gift cards at 15% off) - 20 (voucher from little birdie)

      = $700

  • +1 vote

    E-scooter users ought to follow the rules as to where, and when, they can ride. The law does not permit the use of shared paths and footpaths for e-scooters. As long as they keep on the left side and give way to pedestrians.

    Could you please provide links to support this claim?
    In Western Australia, the latest I could find says it still illegal to use anywhere but private property
    DoT and RAC

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      Hi, Iโ€™m just basing it off the mearth website linked under the table in the description. Will update the table if any of it is inaccurate though

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    Mobileciti is showing $959.00 now, deal ozbargained?

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      yep, but still $795 on catch and ebay. get in quick

  • +1 vote

    Done through Catch (still $795).

    My car was written off yesterday and given the state of the 2nd-hand market (crazy prices for crap cars) and the lack of choice in the new market (take what you can get) I can't see me getting a new car for six months.

    This will bridge the gap!

  • +1 vote

    How long do the paypal gift cards take to come through? I better not get stuck with $425 worth of catch cards because paypal takes forever to send them grrrrrr!!!

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      should be within 10 minutes but may take up to 24 hours

  • +1 vote

    Price back to $959. God damnit.

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    for WA: The law does not permit the use of shared paths and footpaths for e-scooters. As long as they keep on the left side and give way to pedestrians.

    so… ok to use shared paths and footpaths as long as we keep to the left and give way to pedestrians?

    • +1 vote

      Sorry I better update the table, itโ€™s illegal. Only compliant scooters can be used

  • -2 votes

    thanks, got 9.

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    Not ideal for a cuddly man like myself :(
    Would be fun but might burn the motor out ๐Ÿ˜‚