Not many segways travel in the rain; they\u2019re electrical nature tends to avoid that idea. But with the Segway Ninebot S-Plus, you can enjoy your segway in rain or shine. And with its sturdy design, you can enjoy some choice rugged terrain. It\u2019s one of the best segways for having fun, adult and child alike.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Segway Ninebot S-Plus Review\r\nWith IP54 water-resistant chassis, 22 mile battery life, and a top speed of 12.5mph, you\u2019ll be zipping around on this segway come rain or shine. Don\u2019t forget your helmet!\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nFor such a small device, you wouldn\u2019t expect much\u2014but the Segway Ninebot S-Plus can have you going at a top speed of 12.5 miles per hour. If your child is the rider, you can use the remote control\u2019s Follow Mode or adjust the speed via app. It can handle any incline as sharp as 15 degrees, which is good for some choice terrain.\r\n\r\nBattery life is really good, providing a maximum range of 22 miles on a single charge. If you do the math, that\u2019s about 2 hours of riding time. Charge time isn\u2019t the greatest, however. It\u2019ll take 4 hours to charge for 2 hours of fun.\r\nDesign\r\nLike any knee-controlled segway, they\u2019re largely operated hands free. Your knees do the steering, with the added benefit of the segway self balancing when necessary. Unfortunately, you cannot adjust the knee control bar, which is a huge learning curve for some and significantly harder for taller people to use. To avoid this, consider a Segway miniLITE with an Aubestker Handlebar Kickstand Kit.\r\n\r\nThe tires themselves are 11-inch pneumatic tires, good for smooth roads and some choice bumpy terrain. It\u2019s also received an electrical and fire-safety testing and falls under UL 2272 certification, with the addition of IP54 waterproofing. You can take it for a spin in the rain.\r\nValue\r\nThe Segway Ninebot S-Plus is a solid device, with a great battery life and sturdy design. It can certainly withstand a beating or two, and you would get plenty of use out of it. But does the $779 price tag justify it? That\u2019s highly debatable. It\u2019s brother, the Segway Ninebot S has better all-around value. It\u2019s right behind it in terms of performance, but its saving grace is the ability to turn into a go-kart (with the necessary parts). The Segway Ninebot S-Plus can\u2019t do that.\r\nSegway Ninebot S-Plus Review Wrap Up\r\nWe won\u2019t knock the Segway Ninebot S-Plus for its performance because of how well it operates in various terrain and weather. Its asking price doesn\u2019t fit its performance, however. You\u2019ll get used to the knee bar. And when you do, you\u2019ll have a segway that can last for 22 miles and drive at a top speed of 12.5mph.