From the top down, this new piece of patrolling arsenal has been designed with you in mind. You had visibility; we made you more visible with über-reflective shields. You started adding on lights; we packaged them better (and made them brighter). You stuck your organization insignia wherever you could; we created a better place for it. You wanted to carry more; we made the bag bigger. You wanted to feel okay about dumping the unit if you had to; we added a bumper that enables you to do just that. Take a look at the enhancements and you get why the Segway PT is the best choice for moving officers around and keeping people safer.
Optic yellow and white reflectivity
We noticed a trend in public safety – especially in Europe – with the increasing use of optic yellow to provide greater visibility of the rider. It is appearing in apparel, as decals on vehicles, and now it comes standard on the Segway Patroller. If it doesn't jibe with your organization, there's also white; both of which are made from 3M™ DiamondGrade™ reflective material. That's the same high-grade stuff you see on street signs and vehicle edging. Shine a light at it and it shines right back at you with nearly blinding intensity.
You can choose black reflective identification lettering for police in multiple languages or security in English.
Red/blue or amber/white strobe lighting
Just below the top shield and above the center of the handlebar is a window that allows the integrated strobe lights to shine through. Choose between flashing red and blue or amber and white .
Tried-and-true technology; two base models
Each Segway PT uses patented dynamic stabilization technology that has been proven in the marketplace as a superior solution in crowded or tight venues. It empowers riders with unparalleled maneuverability (true zero turning radius) and a unique user interface that is so fluid we simply call it LeanSteer™ technology.
The Segway Patroller i2 and x2 models were designed with the direct input of trusted law enforcement and security professionals. Their recommendations informed high visibility, integrated lighting systems, durable components, surfaces for insignia, stowage area, and other enhancements. From the wristband for the InfoKey controller to the improved bumper, the Segway Patroller was built with the patrolling officer in mind.