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50% Off 15 min. Segway Rental from Beirut by Segway, Biel Entrance (Only $5.5 instead of $11)

Beirut By Segway - Biel Entrance


$ 5.50 $11.00
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The Fine Print

  • Multiple coupons allowed per person
  • May buy multiple as gifts
  • May combine coupons for longer ride
  • Can be used from November 03, 2015 till February 03, 2016
  • Available Hours: Monday to Sunday from 4:00 PM to 12:00 AM
  • Booking required, let them know you’re a Makhsoomer!
  • Present printed coupon to redeem
  • VAT included
  • Not valid on weekends and public holidays
  • For more info concerning refunds & rules that apply to all deals, check out our Makhsoom Promise


  • 15 min. Segway Rental
  • Helmet & safety gear provided
  • No experience riding a Segway necessary, on-site training provided
  • Professional guides will help you get the most out of your session
  • Great experience for friends & family
  • 10% cash-back reward on the first coupon & 5% on the following 4 coupons! Click here for more info


Please ask on our Facebook page or Contact Us or simply call us on our hotline 04-538313, that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

What are the payment methods available?

  1. Credit or debit card (Visa, Mastercard or Amex)
  2. Cash on Delivery (Order now and pay once you receive your item)
  3. Bank Of Beirut Cash Deposit (All Bank of Beirut Branches)
  4. Pay at Makhsoom office (Give us a visit and pay directly at our offices)
  5. Pinpay (Pay directly from your mobile via pinpay)


Prior the invention of Segways, bored travelers jazzed up A to B mounting flying pigs, piling the family on to a magic carpet, and staging constant sponsored cartwheeling events. Get it on the balancing act with today's deal.

Beirut By Segway meet a high standard for providing their guests a safe and memorable experience. if you want to glide and want some fun try segway and you'll probably love it.


Beirut By Segway offers tours with the new x2, i2 and t3 machines. You can count on a great experience with our guide.

Imagine cruising effortlessly through the beautiful Beirut sea-front and Down Town Beirut while receiving fantastic photo shots and superb personal service from your guide.

The Segway is the first of its kind-a self-balancing, personal transportation device that's designed to operate in any pedestrian environment.

Whether you want to innovate, motivate or just entertain, having a Segway experience will provide a great way to boost productivity amongst your staff should you wish something inventive and diverse. If you're planning a quality conference venue, a workshop or boost camp or a combination you'll be left with a lasting impression along with a lot of Segway smiles!

Beirut By Segway can provide a variety of bespoke packages for a wide variety of clients from small group sessions to full day events.

  • Large and Small Groups
  • Corporate Days
  • Teambuilding Games
  • Birthday Parties
  • Promotional Advertising
  • Events / Festivals / Shows

The flexibility of our operation means you can either choose from:

  • On and off road Segways
  • Location of your choice - we bring Segway Events to you!
  • We also have permanent Segway venue located in Beirut New-Waterfront


The Segway PT was known by the names Ginger and IT before it was unveiled. Ginger came out of the first product that used Kamen's balancing technology, the iBOT wheelchair. During development at the University of Plymouth, in conjunction with BAE Systems and Sumitomo Precision Products, the iBot was nicknamed Fred Upstairs (after Fred Astaire) because it can climb stairs: hence the name Ginger, after Astaire's regular film partner, Ginger Rogers, for a successor product.

The invention, development, and financing of the Segway was the subject of a narrative nonfiction book, Code Name Ginger (in paperback as Reinventing the Wheel), by journalist Steve Kemper. The leak of information from that book led to rampant speculation about the "IT" device prior to release. The speculation created an unexpected advance buzz about the product that was, at times, hyperbolic. Steve Jobs was quoted as saying that, it was "as big a deal as the PC", though later sources quoted him as saying when first introduced to the product that its design "sucked". John Doerr speculated that it would be more important than the Internet. Articles were written in major publications speculating on it being a Stirling engine. South Park devoted an episode to making fun of the hype before the product was released.

The product was unveiled 3 December 2001, in Bryant Park, the privately managed public park located in the New York City borough of Manhattan, on the ABC News morning program Good Morning America.

Questions? Please ask on our Facebook page or Contact Us or simply call us on our hotline 04-538313, that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!


Beirut By Segway


Biel Entrance

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