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Xufeng XF50QDT-2 Electric Scooter Now down to £399.99 @ expansys!!!!

£399.99 @ Expansys
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#1
Its hot hot hot...........
#2
But no-one has bought one yet :whistling:
#3
How long do they take to charge? and can a solar charger be hooked up to one of these things?
#4
Wow... amazing price!
#5
£406.61 inc shipping which needs to be included in final price.
#6
Monkey nuts 2
How long do they take to charge? and can a solar charger be hooked up to one of these things?
Says 6-8 hours - no idea about a solar charger.
#7
Monkey nuts 2
How long do they take to charge? and can a solar charger be hooked up to one of these things?


It takes from 4 hours (for a basic charge) to 8 hours (for a full charge)
Takes about an hour to charge with a solar charger if you live on the surface of the sun:-D
#8
robsprocket
It takes from 4 hours (for a basic charge) to 8 hours (for a full charge)
Takes about an hour to charge with a solar charger if you live on the surface on the sun:-D


:-D
#9
gary_rip
£406.61 inc shipping which needs to be included in final price.
Shipping weight: 0.10 kg....hmmmmm, is this a desktop moped?! I wonder if they have done that on purpose to keep shipping charges low, or if it's a mistake and they won't supply?
#10
mooncat
Shipping weight: 0.10 kg....hmmmmm, is this a desktop moped?! I wonder if they have done that on purpose to keep shipping charges low, or if it's a mistake and they won't supply?


I doubt it they are selling them on ebay too
#11
Superb price. 1/2 the cost they used to be!
#12
If i could ride this on my normal licence then i would but cant be arsed to CBT etc...
banned#13
wonder what the insurance would be for one of these

Edit: Approx £100-£200
#14
as someone else posted before.

If something does go wrong with the battery of this bike, you'll be better off buying a brand new one again because of the rediculous price they will try to charge you... just like laptop batteries >_>
#15
So is there no TAX.?
Suppose you would need insurance for driving on the road
#16
gary_rip
If i could ride this on my normal licence then i would but cant be arsed to CBT etc...


http://i.expansys.com/i/mktg/scooter_registration.pdf
#17
Plus, electric scooters are exempt from vehicle tax (though you will still need a 'free' tax disc yearly
#18

i got me licence after the cut off... :x
#19
I'd warn anyone to be very wary of chinese products such as this. They are pumping out crap like there's no tomorrow.

Stick with the brands if you want easy ownership.
#20
Batteries for this are available for appox £30 each ( it takes four) 12V 38AH
#21
gary_rip
If i could ride this on my normal licence then i would but cant be arsed to CBT etc...


You don't need to do CBT if you have a full car licence.
#22
any idea how much electricity this would cost to charge up?
Waying up my options.
#23
justintrouble
But no-one has bought one yet :whistling:


I order one today just for the fun of it :oops:
banned#24
What kind of batteries does it take? You can get real good cheap AAs at Ikea if it takes those...
#25
robsprocket
You don't need to do CBT if you have a full car licence.


But only if you got your licence prior to 2001.... after that you need a CBT
#26
the_real_god
What kind of batteries does it take? You can get real good cheap AAs at Ikea if it takes those...


Only take one
http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1042/1371882522_1331451b23.jpg
#27
These need to be assessed by the DVLA before you can tax them. That's why there's a 'DVLA pack' included. I'm not saying it will be a problem, but there are pitfalls.

Also, ask yourself where these bikes currently are when it's a 2-3 week delivery.
#28
How difficult would it be to take the motor out and use it on a mountain bike?
#29
g_p_t;6009746
I order one today just for the fun of it :oops:


You must love it to make it your avatar, is Xufeng a good brand?
#30
TheCaptain
But only if you got your licence prior to 2001.... after that you need a CBT



Strange, the Citizens Advice Bureau is giving the wrong info then:prop: Trust no-one!


http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/index/your_world/travel/driving_licences.htm#Compulsory_basic_training
#31
My wife had one, it was crap. She weighs 8 stone and it wouldn't go up the slightest incline and the brakes were rubbish. Weighs a ton too. Avoid.
#32
mamboboy;6009821
I was interested in these a year back but I think there's a reason you pretty much never see anyone driving them around here.
a) Our weather. Electricity and water don't go hand in hand. I'm not saying you'll get electricuted, but I'm sure driving over puddles or in the rain isn't going to do it much good.
b) It's designed by Asians, for Asians. I'm 6ft 1, white, skinny build and I know I'd look like an absolute tool driving around on one of these. My knees would be more or less touching the handle bars! And I gaurantee anyone over 12 stone would be tipping this over if they dare go anywhere near a hill!

You can always sit further at the back if you are that tall..
#33
Why is this so hot?. These are very poor quality, weigh a ton, unreliable, slow and small.

HUKD is a strange place indeed :roll:
#34
mamboboy
I was interested in these a year back but I think there's a reason you pretty much never see anyone driving them around here.
a) Our weather. Electricity and water don't go hand in hand. I'm not saying you'll get electricuted, but I'm sure driving over puddles or in the rain isn't going to do it much good.
b) It's designed by Asians, for Asians. I'm 6ft 1, white, skinny build and I know I'd look like an absolute tool driving around on one of these. My knees would be more or less touching the handle bars! And I gaurantee anyone over 12 stone would be tipping this over if they dare go anywhere near a hill!


6ft 1, white, large build (18 1/2 stone) so guess my knees will be round my ears, my belly won't fit behind the handlebars, the tyres will burst and I'll be lucky to get the thing going in the first place. :oops:

So, guess it's a no go for me then !!
#35
clint thrust
Why is this so hot?. These are very poor quality, weigh a ton, unreliable, slow and small.

HUKD is a strange place indeed :roll:


It's hot because it's less than half the price it was when it was last on here. The fact that it's not suitable for some is by the by. :thumbsup:

I agree though. I wouldn't buy one.
#36
Don't know why I'm even looking at this, I weigh more than the bike and suspect it wouldn't move! I did notice that it will cost you £55 when you go to register it at the DVLA according to the suppliers guidance notes.
#37
well if it cant go uphill, its pretty much useless!
#38
garbage456
i dont want one, but HOT HOT


What put you off them?
#39
tonyg1962
Batteries for this are available for appox £30 each ( it takes four) 12V 38AH


Or 288 AAA :-D
#40
robsprocket;6009706
You don't need to do CBT if you have a full car licence.

That is not right. You have to do the CBT regardless of full licence

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