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KUGOO KIRIN S1 Electric Scooter - £194.97 with code @ Geekybuying
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KUGOO KIRIN S1 Electric Scooter - £194.97 with code @ Geekybuying

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Posted 23rd Aug

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8.0 Inch Tires


The strong grip, wear-resisting and safe. It's suitable for different kinds of roads.

3 Speed Modes
You can control the speed with the APP according to the different road surface conditions, which makes driving more comfortable and riding more security.


350W Brushless DC Motor
Strong power and running farther: 350W Motor, Max 25KM running distance.


Shock Mitigation System
Front Shock Absorber with a strong - maximizes riding power absorbing stability system.


Safety Braking System
Revolutionary Dual brake Braking System rear Bump Brake electric Brake, the braking distance is as short as 4-5 meters, and the riding is safer.

Ships from Poland in 3-10 business days.
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cpb1987rcp198923/08/2020 15:47

Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in …Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in the uk. Can only use in private land with the owners permission


Here we go
Can we please keep the posts related to the actual scooter, price or company selling it?

If you want to discuss the politics of whether riding one in the UK is legal or morally ethical then do so privately without bombarding the comment section with personal opinions..
cpb1987rcp198923/08/2020 15:47

Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in …Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in the uk. Can only use in private land with the owners permission


Why does someone always need to say this on every deal. Millions of electric ride on devices have been sold in the UK and 99% used in public areas. My kids own 2 electric scooters used frequently no one says s**t.
I'm genuinely interested in investing in an electric scooter, but the self-righteous busy bodies who frequent these deals make it absolutely impossible for buyers to glean informed opinion about the actual product. Do something about it, HUKD. If I call someone a douche, you remove my post within minutes. But said douche enforcing their own politics and agenda upon uninterested parties is perfectly acceptable? Utter nonsense.
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"It's suitable for different kinds of roads."

Not suitable for British roads.
With the British weather
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Why anyone would buy a non waterproof scooter is beyond me lol
Havince23/08/2020 14:27

Why anyone would buy a non waterproof scooter is beyond me lol


AFAIK none are.
It's the battery and BMS that are at risk.
If you're a dab hand, some dismantling of the cover and application of a silicon gasket would serve you well.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 23rd Aug
The_Name_With_No_Man23/08/2020 13:51

"It's suitable for different kinds of roads."Not suitable for British …"It's suitable for different kinds of roads."Not suitable for British roads.


Is it because we drive in the right hand side
Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in the uk. Can only use in private land with the owners permission
cpb1987rcp198923/08/2020 15:47

Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in …Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in the uk. Can only use in private land with the owners permission


Here we go
cpb1987rcp198923/08/2020 15:47

Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in …Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in the uk. Can only use in private land with the owners permission


Why does someone always need to say this on every deal. Millions of electric ride on devices have been sold in the UK and 99% used in public areas. My kids own 2 electric scooters used frequently no one says s**t.
cpb1987rcp198923/08/2020 16:07

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A child doesn't have a couple of hundred quid to buy one, unless he started training as a drugs dealer at primary school.

So as a grown up, make sure you lock it up before leaving the premises.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 23rd Aug
TopTrump23/08/2020 16:11

A child doesn't have a couple of hundred quid, unless he started training …A child doesn't have a couple of hundred quid, unless he started training as a drugs dealer at primary school.


What has a child having money got to do with anything??
cpb1987rcp198923/08/2020 15:47

Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in …Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in the uk. Can only use in private land with the owners permission



Electric scooters became legal on roads in England, Scotland and Wales on Saturday 4 July 2020 if obtained through a share scheme. ... The scooters will be limited to travelling at 15.5mph and banned on pavements. Riders will need to be aged 16 or over and have a full or provisional driving licence
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leekickass23/08/2020 16:12

Electric scooters became legal on roads in England, Scotland and Wales on …Electric scooters became legal on roads in England, Scotland and Wales on Saturday 4 July 2020 if obtained through a share scheme. ... The scooters will be limited to travelling at 15.5mph and banned on pavements. Riders will need to be aged 16 or over and have a full or provisional driving licence

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cpb1987rcp198923/08/2020 16:12

What has a child having money got to do with anything??


Re-read edit! (Initial post was a little too hasty).

I saw a couple of yewts with scooters the other day. How in the hell did they afford to buy a scooter for themselves? They can't all be knicking them.
Parents need to be held to account for their kids' behaviour.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 23rd Aug
TopTrump23/08/2020 16:17

Re-read edit! (Initial post was a little too hasty).I saw a couple of …Re-read edit! (Initial post was a little too hasty).I saw a couple of yewts with scooters the other day. How in the hell did they afford to buy a scooter for themselves? They can't all be knicking them.Parents need to be held to account for their kids behaviour.


So you agree that if a child is using an illegal device then the parent/guardian should be held accountable for such an act
cpb1987rcp198923/08/2020 16:18

So you agree that if a child is using an illegal device then the …So you agree that if a child is using an illegal device then the parent/guardian should be held accountable for such an act


Yep. Lock em all up.
The parent bought it.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 23rd Aug
cpb1987rcp198923/08/2020 16:07

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Lol what if and buts. I wouldn't treat that particular situation any differently if it was a bike, scooter or electric versions its a child at the end of the day forget damage to my car. Escooters are better for the environment and cheaper to get around than using public transport for short distances. If a kid wants one to take to the park why are you being such a Grinch? Its down to a responsible adult to educate their child how to use one, what protective equipment they should wear etc. Again same way you are expected to know when using a bike. Theres a lot more important issues in life that are swept under the carpet.

Also they will be made legal for hire firms in cities in the UK. Maybe you should write to Boris your concerns.

Some people are so narrow minded its unreal.
leekickass23/08/2020 16:12

Electric scooters became legal on roads in England, Scotland and Wales on …Electric scooters became legal on roads in England, Scotland and Wales on Saturday 4 July 2020 if obtained through a share scheme. ... The scooters will be limited to travelling at 15.5mph and banned on pavements. Riders will need to be aged 16 or over and have a full or provisional driving licence


Only in certain test areas of the country. Not everywhere
benjefreys23/08/2020 16:24

Lol what if and buts. I wouldn't treat that particular situation any …Lol what if and buts. I wouldn't treat that particular situation any differently if it was a bike, scooter or electric versions its a child at the end of the day forget damage to my car. Escooters are better for the environment and cheaper to get around than using public transport for short distances. If a kid wants one to take to the park why are you being such a Grinch? Its down to a responsible adult to educate their child how to use one, what protective equipment they should wear etc. Again same way you are expected to know when using a bike. Theres a lot more important issues in life that are swept under the carpet. Also they will be made legal for hire firms in cities in the UK. Maybe you should write to Boris your concerns.Some people are so narrow minded its unreal.


Bring back parenting!
Far too many people think the rules or responsibility doesn't apply to them.
benjefreys23/08/2020 16:24

Lol what if and buts. I wouldn't treat that particular situation any …Lol what if and buts. I wouldn't treat that particular situation any differently if it was a bike, scooter or electric versions its a child at the end of the day forget damage to my car. Escooters are better for the environment and cheaper to get around than using public transport for short distances. If a kid wants one to take to the park why are you being such a Grinch? Its down to a responsible adult to educate their child how to use one, what protective equipment they should wear etc. Again same way you are expected to know when using a bike. Theres a lot more important issues in life that are swept under the carpet. Also they will be made legal for hire firms in cities in the UK. Maybe you should write to Boris your concerns.Some people are so narrow minded its unreal.


Ha. You say it’s up to the parents to teach the child to be responsible user. How about teaching them to respect and educate on the law and not use them on public land. I’m not being a grinch. People can have fun as long as it’s within the law. The reason these scooters can’t be used is because they don’t fall under any kind of health and safety regulations.
cpb1987rcp198923/08/2020 16:27

Ha. You say it’s up to the parents to teach the child to be responsible u …Ha. You say it’s up to the parents to teach the child to be responsible user. How about teaching them to respect and educate on the law and not use them on public land. I’m not being a grinch. People can have fun as long as it’s within the law. The reason these scooters can’t be used is because they don’t fall under any kind of health and safety regulations.


Dont you have a neighbourhood watch meeting soon? Maybe while you are at it you can preach about why adults continually drive drunk and kids in cars with no seatbelts on. LOL the law.

My kids are very polite and will not drive into your children or your car. Because i am a great parent.

Narrow minded response again whats next?
benjefreys23/08/2020 16:33

Dont you have a neighbourhood watch meeting soon? Maybe while you are at …Dont you have a neighbourhood watch meeting soon? Maybe while you are at it you can preach about why adults continually drive drunk and kids in cars with no seatbelts on. LOL the law. My kids are very polite and will not drive into your children or your car. Because i am a great parent.Narrow minded response again whats next?


So someone criticised your view and you try to insult them??
Can we please keep the posts related to the actual scooter, price or company selling it?

If you want to discuss the politics of whether riding one in the UK is legal or morally ethical then do so privately without bombarding the comment section with personal opinions..
keenan31623/08/2020 16:47

Can we please keep the posts related to the actual scooter, price or …Can we please keep the posts related to the actual scooter, price or company selling it?If you want to discuss the politics of whether riding one in the UK is legal or morally ethical then do so privately without bombarding the comment section with personal opinions..


Cheers.

So anyone here ordered this scoot from previous posts and can report?
cpb1987rcp198923/08/2020 16:35

So someone criticised your view and you try to insult them??


Theres no care from the LAW on these devices and you are almost pushing for them to be enforced by your comments. Why can any shop or retailer sell them in the UK in the masses and not bat an eye that they can only be used on private land? or have size 4 font on a bit of paper inside that covers their arse and no-one reads it. Because again its not enforced!

I do not follow the law, i use my own common sense my whole life and i have never been in trouble for doing anything wrong.
keenan31623/08/2020 16:47

Can we please keep the posts related to the actual scooter, price or …Can we please keep the posts related to the actual scooter, price or company selling it?If you want to discuss the politics of whether riding one in the UK is legal or morally ethical then do so privately without bombarding the comment section with personal opinions..


Yep agreed may of taken it a bit too far my points made i wont say anything else on that subject.
cpb1987rcp198923/08/2020 15:47

Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in …Why would anybody but one of these. They are not street or road legal in the uk. Can only use in private land with the owners permission


Legal in the Teesside area which is a trial area for the Uk.
Apocc23/08/2020 17:07

Legal in the Teesside area which is a trial area for the Uk.


No they aren't. Only the ones that are part of the share/hire scheme are. That is what the trial areas are, not a 'everybody can own one themselves' thing. I know this because I looked into spending £600 on one.
leekickass23/08/2020 16:12

Electric scooters became legal on roads in England, Scotland and Wales on …Electric scooters became legal on roads in England, Scotland and Wales on Saturday 4 July 2020 if obtained through a share scheme. ... The scooters will be limited to travelling at 15.5mph and banned on pavements. Riders will need to be aged 16 or over and have a full or provisional driving licence


You are talking about rental scooters.

gov.uk/gov…als

"Privately owned e-scooters will remain illegal to use on the road, cycle lanes and tracks and pavements."

Although, its stupid for the Goverment to dilly dally on this any longer esp in this climate. There are concerns of people leaving escooters everywhere endangering blind people. But thats generally the case with rental scooters not privately owned scooters.

This disclaimer you should be placed with every escooter deal.

You run the risk of points on your licence or a fine. Thats your choice, but you should be informed on it.

I don't know why people complain about this. Seeing as some people are obviously not aware of this. Not all police officers will react the same to this. Some will be more forgiving some not. But if they have a gripe with you they could use the law to the full extent to bear down on you. Its their discreation.
I'm genuinely interested in investing in an electric scooter, but the self-righteous busy bodies who frequent these deals make it absolutely impossible for buyers to glean informed opinion about the actual product. Do something about it, HUKD. If I call someone a douche, you remove my post within minutes. But said douche enforcing their own politics and agenda upon uninterested parties is perfectly acceptable? Utter nonsense.
Yeah sick of all the users who force the law down our necks every time there is a scooter deal, really don’t want to read through it all to try and get more information on the product.
Jellybeans23/08/2020 17:20

You are talking about rental …You are talking about rental scooters.https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/legalising-rental-e-scooter-trials-defining-e-scooters-and-rules-for-their-use/legalising-rental-e-scooter-trials"Privately owned e-scooters will remain illegal to use on the road, cycle lanes and tracks and pavements." Although, its stupid for the Goverment to dilly dally on this any longer esp in this climate. There are concerns of people leaving escooters everywhere endangering blind people. But thats generally the case with rental scooters not privately owned scooters.This disclaimer you should be placed with every escooter deal. You run the risk of points on your licence or a fine. Thats your choice, but you should be informed on it.I don't know why people complain about this. Seeing as some people are obviously not aware of this. Not all police officers will react the same to this. Some will be more forgiving some not. But if they have a gripe with you they could use the law to the full extent to bear down on you. Its their discreation.


But that's like saying blind people shouldn't go out on bin day.
How does this compare to the xiaomi m365 please?. I get it’s a lot cheaper but still?
winchman23/08/2020 19:08

But that's like saying blind people shouldn't go out on bin day.


Well bins aren't also going to run over blind people are they.
Jellybeans23/08/2020 19:15

Well bins aren't also going to run over blind people are they.


It was more to do with leaving scooters laying around, in the same way a street will be a very different place on bin day for a blind person. If a blind person can deal with bin day, then I guess a few scooters laying around shouldn't be a problem.
Jellybeans23/08/2020 17:20

You are talking about rental …You are talking about rental scooters.https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/legalising-rental-e-scooter-trials-defining-e-scooters-and-rules-for-their-use/legalising-rental-e-scooter-trials"Privately owned e-scooters will remain illegal to use on the road, cycle lanes and tracks and pavements." Although, its stupid for the Goverment to dilly dally on this any longer esp in this climate. There are concerns of people leaving escooters everywhere endangering blind people. But thats generally the case with rental scooters not privately owned scooters.This disclaimer you should be placed with every escooter deal. You run the risk of points on your licence or a fine. Thats your choice, but you should be informed on it.I don't know why people complain about this. Seeing as some people are obviously not aware of this. Not all police officers will react the same to this. Some will be more forgiving some not. But if they have a gripe with you they could use the law to the full extent to bear down on you. Its their discreation.


that what the share scheme is i,m not saying privately owned scooters can be used on the road was just copying and pasting a text about scooters
winchman23/08/2020 19:18

It was more to do with leaving scooters laying around, in the same way a …It was more to do with leaving scooters laying around, in the same way a street will be a very different place on bin day for a blind person. If a blind person can deal with bin day, then I guess a few scooters laying around shouldn't be a problem.


True, but bin day happens on certain days, which blind people could avoid. eScooters would be everyday. Unfortunately, in other countries this has been a major problem.

You could argue bicycles are a problem too. But that is why you shouldn't be riding bicycles on pedestrian paths.
leekickass23/08/2020 19:38

that what the share scheme is i,m not saying privately owned scooters can …that what the share scheme is i,m not saying privately owned scooters can be used on the road was just copying and pasting a text about scooters


I don't really like their terminology sometimes.

You have share schemes with cars. Where communters share cars to reduce congestion and lower carbon emmisions. These are privately owned cars.

It is what it is. Rentals. Likewise, I wouldn't call Boris bikes share schemes either. That leaves it too broad.
SinglePhotonEmitter23/08/2020 16:56

Cheers.So anyone here ordered this scoot from previous posts and can …Cheers.So anyone here ordered this scoot from previous posts and can report?


Bought this a few months ago. For the money, it's good value and well made. It's very nippy and accelerates well (I'm 82kgs) and I'm getting around 20+ Kms or more distance depending on riding conditions and top speed of 25kms is fast enough for me. Tyres are solid (honeycombed) so ride may not be as smooth on bumpier surfaces as tubed/air filled wheels (but then no punctures to worry about) and brakes give great braking power. The machine arrived within 6/7 days from Poland warehouse. There is an app for added remote control access to settings although not all features of app work with this model. There are also online FB groups that are helpful.
Edited by: "Actionnotwords69" 23rd Aug
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