This was mine and my husband's second segway tour (also did one in Prague last year) and I wasn't too impressed. It wasn't horrible, but it was more of "let's have fun on a Segway" rather than "let's learn about the city while riding segway".
GOOD: They take 20-30 minutes to get every situated with the segways in an open area (not in the middle of the street). You get a 10% discount if you pay with cash. The staff was friendly. The segways have small bags attached to the front, which will fit a small purse, cell phones, cameras, a bottle of water, etc. For larger bags, they allow you to store them at their office (though they are not secured in any way -- e.g. no locker).
BAD: The guide (Ewald) did not speak clearly or loud enough. There were 8 people on our tour, so it wasn't a large group, but unless I was standing directly in front of him and he was talking directly to me, I could not understand what he was saying (tour was in English and I'm a native English speaker). His voice didn't project well and the street noise didn't help. The three hour tour includes the 20-30 minute practice and a 20-30 minute drink break at a restaurant (drinks not included in the price), so it is really more like a two hour tour. I didn't think it was worth it (pricewise), even with the 10% discount (63 euros). We only paid 75 euros p/p for our PRIVATE Prague segway tour, which lasted a full hour longer and included a drink at our drink stop and a bottle of water during the tour.
All in all, being on the segways was fun, but I really didn't learn much about the city from the tour. I would not recommend this tour to my family and friends, but I do recommend that everyone try a segway tour -- loads of fun.
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