CD-R King has its own affordable Segway

CD-R King is known to make tech accessories and gadgets affordable such as the Action Cam launched last December, and it looks like the local tech retail giant isn’t stopping at any point as it also introduced the California Malibu, its own affordable version of the segway.


For those who are not familiar with this, a segway is a two-wheeled, self-balancing electric vehicle designed to transport a single person, hence it is mostly used in the country by security personnel on spacious, mid- to high-end malls. The California Malibu is said to offer the same experience at a lower cost.

With that said, this CD-R king automobile can carry persons up to 125kg, has a maximum speed of up to 18km/h, and can go as far as 25km on a single battery charge. It also features an LCD screen for battery level, an alloy wheel set, a lean steer frame height adjuster, turning pipes, a Safe Alarm System, and Smart Balancing to avoid accidental falls.

CD-R King California Malibu specs:
Brush DC motor
Max Climbing Capability: 30degree
125Kg load capacity
Speed up to 18km/h
Riding Distance up to 25 km
19×7-8 Tubeless Off-road Tire
36v, 1500 watts
12Ah Lead-Acid battery with 5-8 hours charging time

The suggested retail price of the CD-R King California Malibu is at Php68,000, and it comes with a one-year warranty.

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  1. 1 week warranty…

  2. How much did CDRking pay you guys to post this ?

  3. Still lead-acid batteries?

  4. I believe cheaper is the right word.

  5. I had better buy myself a scooter than this. Segway products are too overpriced for my taste..

  6. I doubt that one can say PHP 68000 is affordable

    • “that can be afforded; believed to be within one’s financial means”

      You quoted it yourself. Affordability is subjective. If he can afford it, then it’s affordable.

    • af-ford-a-ble
      [uh-fawr-duh-buh l]
      1. that can be afforded; believed to be within one’s financial means:
      attractive new cars at affordable prices.

    • If we compare that to Segways priced at Php200,000 and up… yep, that is actually affordable at its price point.

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