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GRADE A1 (As New) - Xiaomi M365 PRO Electric Scooter - UK Edition £369.69 @ Laptops Direct
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GRADE A1 (As New) - Xiaomi M365 PRO Electric Scooter - UK Edition £369.69 @ Laptops Direct

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Posted 17th Dec 2019

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  • Electric scooters are not legal to use on roads or pavements in the UK. Please use your scooter responsibly and always wear protective clothing including a helmet.

  • This is a graded product. A1 products are "as new" but have been box opened. All A1 products will be fully bubble-wrapped for transportation.
  • What Stands out
  • Max Speed: 25km/h
  • Range: 45km
  • Charing Time: 9 hours
  • Net Weight: 14.2kg
  • The improved & updated version of the worlds best selling electric scooter

  • The Xiaomi M365 Pro is the best all-round electric scooter with a top speed of 15mph means a 2 mile journey that used to take 30 minutes of walking, now only takes 8 minutes, without crowds, hassle or effort. The new edition comes with a bigger motor, a flash new LED screen & more importantly a bigger battery for going the extra miles.

  • Fun Ride
  • Compact & Portable
  • New LED Display
  • Multi-function Control Panel
  • Key Features of the Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter

  • Top speed of 15mph (25km/h)
  • Max Range of 27 miles (45km)
  • 100% charge in 9hrs
  • 3-second quick folding
  • LED-Display showing speed, charge & mode
  • 14.2kg Aluminium frame
  • Product Information

Motor power 300W
  • 12800mAh lithium-ion battery
  • Unfolded dimensions 118 x 43 x 113cm (42 x 17 x 45in)
  • Folded dimensions 113 x 43 x 49cm (44 x 17 x 19in)
  • 8.5in air filled wheels for comfortable ride.
  • Maximum user weight 100kg
  • Manufacturer recommended rider age 16 years+
  • Whats in the box?

  • 1 x M365 Pro Scooter
  • 1 x Charging Adaptor
  • 1 x T-shape Allen Key
  • 1 x Extension Nozzle

5 x Screws
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x Quick-start guide

1 x Maintenance Card
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Xiaoda17/12/2019 09:37

Are you being racist? I didn't say the two companies were the same. But it …Are you being racist? I didn't say the two companies were the same. But it is the same product, different price. I haven't voted either way.Love all your usual deals, btw.


Racist, are you having a laugh. I'm comparing experiences buying from an UK company compared to one based in Asia. As in they are completely different, what an utterly stupid reply
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There was a new one for £325 yesterday..
Xiaoda17/12/2019 09:31

There was a new one for £325 yesterday..


The pro version? Link?
Xiaoda17/12/2019 09:33

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/xiaomi-mijia-m365-pro-smart-scooter-32439-delivered-using-code-at-dhgate-xiaomiyoupin-3365954


DH Gate?
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 17th Dec 2019
Xiaoda17/12/2019 09:35

What do you mean?


HK based company, bit different to Laptops Direct.
MrSwitch17/12/2019 09:36

HK based company, bit different to Laptops Direct.


Are you being racist? I didn't say the two companies were the same. But it is the same product, different price.

I haven't voted either way.

Love all your usual deals, btw.
Just noticed, is this actually second hand?
Xiaoda17/12/2019 09:37

Are you being racist? I didn't say the two companies were the same. But it …Are you being racist? I didn't say the two companies were the same. But it is the same product, different price. I haven't voted either way.Love all your usual deals, btw.


Racist, are you having a laugh. I'm comparing experiences buying from an UK company compared to one based in Asia. As in they are completely different, what an utterly stupid reply
Xiaoda17/12/2019 09:37

Are you being racist? I didn't say the two companies were the same. But it …Are you being racist? I didn't say the two companies were the same. But it is the same product, different price. I haven't voted either way.Love all your usual deals, btw.


I don't get how you got an feeling of racism there? As Hong Kong isn't a rave for one, neither is Laptops Direct lol
I don't think its about race - more like warranty and retuyrns are easier with a UK company than a company based abroad
solid17/12/2019 09:40

I don't think its about race - more like warranty and retuyrns are easier …I don't think its about race - more like warranty and retuyrns are easier with a UK company than a company based abroad


Exactly. I'm actually shocked by that reply.
Nice idea, but currently can't be driven in any public spaces legally in the UK
Noneoftheabove17/12/2019 09:42

Nice idea, but currently can't be driven in any public spaces legally in …Nice idea, but currently can't be driven in any public spaces legally in the UK


I have put that in the description
Mate, not trying to make enemies here, just trying to be helpful.

But I do reject the notion that it's somehow worse just because it's HK.

And serious question: would you still buy a second hand one from LaptopsDirect for £369.69 over a brand new one from DHGate for £325?

As I'm sure you're aware, DHGate is not some two bit startup; it's pretty established. And ultimately any claim would be covered by your credit card distance selling regs.
MrSwitch17/12/2019 09:43

I have put that in the description


Sorry - missed that! Still, I'd defo get one when legislation catches up with reality
MrSwitch17/12/2019 09:39

Racist, are you having a laugh. I'm comparing experiences buying from an …Racist, are you having a laugh. I'm comparing experiences buying from an UK company compared to one based in Asia. As in they are completely different, what an utterly stupid reply


Agreed.
Xiaoda17/12/2019 09:43

Mate, not trying to make enemies here, just trying to be helpful. But I do …Mate, not trying to make enemies here, just trying to be helpful. But I do reject the notion that it's somehow worse just because it's HK.And serious question: would you still buy a second hand one from LaptopsDirect for £369.69 over a brand new one from DHGate for £325?As I'm sure you're aware, DHGate is not some two bit startup; it's pretty established. And ultimately any claim would be covered by your credit card distance selling regs.


Don't call people racist and you won't make enemies.

Feel free to engage with someone else, but I'll not respond to yourself from this point forward.
MrSwitch17/12/2019 09:48

Don't call people racist and you won't make enemies.Feel free to engage …Don't call people racist and you won't make enemies.Feel free to engage with someone else, but I'll not respond to yourself from this point forward.


Ok for what it's worth, I wasn't trying to call you racist, just trying to ask for more explanation of your comment of "it's an HK company".

But I apologise for saying it - I'm sorry.

Let's be friends.
Xiaoda17/12/2019 09:50

Ok for what it's worth, I wasn't trying to call you racist, just trying to …Ok for what it's worth, I wasn't trying to call you racist, just trying to ask for more explanation of your comment of "it's an HK company".But I apologise for saying it - I'm sorry. Let's be friends.


OK, I accept the apology. But I just meant comparing buying from an HK based company with very little warranty, and buying from an established UK company are different.
Phew

That could have ended badly, but glad it all woprked out

Was worried there for a minute
solid17/12/2019 09:54

PhewThat could have ended badly, but glad it all woprked outWas worried …PhewThat could have ended badly, but glad it all woprked outWas worried there for a minute


Yeah it's too early for me lol.
It's the season of goodwill, a Christmas miracle!
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