Ninebot E-KickScooter C2 Pro, First Children’s Electric Scooter to Achieve Tick Mark Certificate
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Ninebot E-KickScooter C2 Pro, First Children’s Electric Scooter to Achieve Tick Mark Certificate

Two Ninebot E-KickScooter C2 Pro ridden by children on park pathway
  • Segway-Ninebot announced that its Ninebot e-KickScooter C2 Pro, designed specifically for children, has earned the prestigious Tick Mark certification from Intertek.
  • The Ninebot e-KickScooter C2 Pro weighs in at just 10.7 kilograms, and it comfortably supports a maximum load of 60 kilograms.
  • The C2 Pro can achieve a top speed of 20 km/h and boasts a maximum range of 12 kilometers when operating at full speed.

Segway-Ninebot, a frontrunner in providing cutting-edge mobility solutions, proudly unveils that its Ninebot e-KickScooter C2 Pro, designed specifically for children, has earned the prestigious Tick Mark certification from Intertek. This milestone marks the Ninebot e-KickScooter C2 Pro as the first-ever children’s electric scooter in the world to receive this recognition. Intertek, with over 130 years of experience, has been a global partner for companies, helping to assure the quality and safety of their products, processes, and systems.

The Tick Mark is an independent certification from Intertek that verifies product performance. The Intertek Tick Mark certification is crafted to serve as a unique selling point for manufacturers, distributors, and retailers, giving consumers confidence and assurance in their product choices.

The Ninebot e-KickScooter C2 Pro, brought to you by Segway-Ninebot, is an electric scooter thoughtfully designed for the younger demographic. Weighing in at just 10.7 kilograms and priced at $249.99, it comfortably supports a maximum load of 60 kilograms.

The C2 Pro can achieve a top speed of 20 km/h and boasts a maximum range of 12 kilometers when operating at full speed. This model has gained significant popularity among children’s electric scooters available in the market. Beyond obtaining the Tick Mark certificate, it has successfully undergone numerous international certification tests, including those by SGS, TüV, and EU RoHS.


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Segway-Ninebot is no stranger to international certifications. Earlier this year, three of their electric scooters – the S90L, Max Plus X (SNSC 2.4), and SNSC2.3.3 – earned the first global life cycle assessment verification statement (also known as ‘LCA verification statement’) from TÜV Süd, a globally recognized certification body. Segway-Ninebot’s innovative short-distance transportation products, like electric scooters, have garnered international appreciation for their promotion of global green travel.

Several electric scooters under the Segway-Ninebot umbrella have previously obtained the first batch of EN 17128:2020 standard certification issued by the authoritative international certification organizations BV Group and TUV Rheinland.

This achievement made Segway-Ninebot the first company globally to meet the new admission requirements for electric scooters in the European market and obtain certification since the French Standardization Commission (AFNOR) released the EN 17128:2020 standard.


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Now, Segway-Ninebot’s electric scooters, including their affordable Ninebot e-KickScooter C2 Pro priced at $249.99, have again made their mark by obtaining the industry’s highly influential Tick Mark certification. This further confirms the technical strength and reliability of Segway-Ninebot’s products.

In the future, Segway-Ninebot will remain committed to driving industry transformation through technological innovation. It will provide users with more intelligent, convenient, and innovative short-distance travel products and actively promote the construction of industry standards and international development from an industry perspective. This contribution is aimed at the long-term sustainable and high-quality development of the entire industry.


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