KUGOO KIRIN S2 Mini Folding Electric Scooter 150W Motor LCD Display Screen - Max 15 MPH £146.57 + 2 free gifts using code @ Geekbuying
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KUGOO KIRIN S2 Mini Folding Electric Scooter 150W Motor LCD Display Screen - Max 15 MPH £146.57 + 2 free gifts using code @ Geekbuying

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Refreshed 11th Nov (Posted 10th Nov)
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Highlights

5.5 Inch Tires

5.5 Inch tire, taking into account the shock absorption and safety, riding more comfortable.

6Ah Lithium Battery

It has a 6Ah high-capacity lithium battery which allows for a longer range and higher speeds.

Brushless Motor

The strong driving force, 150W motor, Max 15km running distance.

Fold Easily

3 seconds fast-folding design, stable and convenient.

Economic Space Occupation

99*42*24cm folding size, space-saving, and portable to carry, easily cope with heavy traffic.

Sturdy Material

Aluminum alloy + ABS + PC material provides sufficient insurance for your driving safety.

RoHS & CE Certification

Pass RoHS and CE verification, it is a safe product.

Type: Electric Scooter
Model: S2 Mini
Color: Black

SpecificationMax Supported Weight: 100KG
Max Speed: 25km/h
Motor Power: 150W
Charging Time: 2-4 hours
Tire Size: 5.5 inch
Battery Capacity: 21.6V 6Ah
Brake Distance: 3-5M
Max Distance: 10-15km
Battery Type: 6Ah lithium battery
Weight & SizeProduct Weight: 8.78KG
Package Weight: 10KG
Product Size(L x W x H): 99 x 42 x 90cm
Package Size(L x W x H): 105 x 15 x 25cmPackage Contents1 x Electric Scooter
1 x Charger
1 x Toolkit
1 x User Manual

You alos get 2 free gifts at checkout at the moment


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dothedealnow10/11/2019 19:33

No.£300 fine and 6 points on current or future license.


Nobody will ever get a fine or points for using one of these 'normally', I think the police have got enough on their hands.
If you want one, buy it and use it, you'll be fine.
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Good price
Are you allowed use these on footpaths?
I will say the max distance is around 6km
jdRiggs10/11/2019 19:18

Are you allowed use these on footpaths?


No.
£300 fine and 6 points on current or future license.
jdRiggs10/11/2019 19:18

Are you allowed use these on footpaths?


You are only allowed to ride these on private property with the owner's permission- Government guidance
Edited by: "Backslider" 10th Nov
90KG lol not going to be much good for many I'm taking the plunge at £99 on Black Friday

maxmix
maxmix10/11/2019 20:32

90KG lol not going to be much good for many I'm taking the plunge at …90KG lol not going to be much good for many I'm taking the plunge at £99 on Black Friday :)maxmix


90kg is quite a lot! I’m 6’5 and about 85kg and not particularly skinny! I should imagine for most normal sized people or all children this would be fine!
tom2kadd110/11/2019 20:35

90kg is quite a lot! I’m 6’5 and about 85kg and not particularly skinny! I …90kg is quite a lot! I’m 6’5 and about 85kg and not particularly skinny! I should imagine for most normal sized people or all children this would be fine!


I'm 103KG and 5' 11'' I quite fancy getting one so I can take it apart and add it to my old Muddy Fox bike....

Are these chain driven at the wheel or belt like the cheap £60 kids ones on Amazon that i've been constantly avoiding

maxmix
anyone know of an e scooter with decent pneumatic tyres that'd take a pothole or two? while they're not legal folk are using them all the time in london... won't be too long before they're legal in the uk... they have escooters for hire in some countries like the ebikes that are plaguing a few of the major cities... (course, don't have them in coventry as they'd be stripped down within seconds).
dothedealnow10/11/2019 19:33

No.£300 fine and 6 points on current or future license.


I always take legal advice on licences from folk who spell "license" as it's spelled in a different jurisdiction.

But why do they issue fines in sterling?
150w motor and 6Ah battery isn't really going to be very good for adults I'm afraid. It's a good price for a kids ride but it's not gonna cut it for an adult. As previous poster said about 6km max range with those specs and it certainly won't go up any slight gradient
Edited by: "neilgriffiths1972" 10th Nov
dothedealnow10/11/2019 19:33

No.£300 fine and 6 points on current or future license.


Nobody will ever get a fine or points for using one of these 'normally', I think the police have got enough on their hands.
If you want one, buy it and use it, you'll be fine.
Good price, but I'd consider this one step up from a toy. Heat added though.


Mods should probably put an end to the legal/not legal games. It's *really* getting tedious and making the threads look messy. Once per thread is probably more than enough.
How do you lock these up? Or is that not what you do. Plan to use it for uni
neilgriffiths197210/11/2019 21:20

150w motor and 6Ah battery isn't really going to be very good for adults …150w motor and 6Ah battery isn't really going to be very good for adults I'm afraid. It's a good price for a kids ride but it's not gonna cut it for an adult. As previous poster said about 6km max range with those specs and it certainly won't go up any slight gradient


I never realised it's a kids one, still holding of ATM for one for my Ebike conversion

maxmix
Look at the Aldi one for £30 or so more recently highlighted on HUKD. Better specs.
I visited my daughter in Washington DC and was constantly on the lookout as these are available everywhere for hire via an app. I should think that the occasional one or two on the streets is fine, but when you have a batch of 5 to 10 coming at you, it's another matter (damn students!).
ibiza10/11/2019 21:05

I always take legal advice on licences from folk who spell "license" as …I always take legal advice on licences from folk who spell "license" as it's spelled in a different jurisdiction.But why do they issue fines in sterling?


Always a pleasure when the spelling Police appear.
richb301210/11/2019 22:53

Nobody will ever get a fine or points for using one of these 'normally', I …Nobody will ever get a fine or points for using one of these 'normally', I think the police have got enough on their hands.If you want one, buy it and use it, you'll be fine.


There have already been a number of seizures in London and prosecutions.
Also remember if you cause any injury or death or damage to property you have no insurance at all.
Edited by: "dothedealnow" 11th Nov
dothedealnow11/11/2019 14:05

There have already been a number of seizures in London and …There have already been a number of seizures in London and prosecutions.Also remember if you cause any injury or death or damage to property you have no insurance at all.


Thats my main concern, same as the crazy cyclists that are about that have no personal insurance, you cause a death your looking at doing some 'Bird' (Google it lol)

maxmix
richb301210/11/2019 22:53

Nobody will ever get a fine or points for using one of these 'normally', I …Nobody will ever get a fine or points for using one of these 'normally', I think the police have got enough on their hands.If you want one, buy it and use it, you'll be fine.


Read this


If you ride an electric scooter the same way many ride bikes in London, you may well get your scooter taken off you. See above.
If you receive a fine and points, it may cause issues with your employment.
If you have an accident, any insurances you have will be invalidated and won't pay out.
If you cause any injury or damage to property, you will be personally liable without any insurance to settle for you.
maxmix11/11/2019 14:22

Thats my main concern, same as the crazy cyclists that are about that have …Thats my main concern, same as the crazy cyclists that are about that have no personal insurance, you cause a death your looking at doing some 'Bird' (Google it lol)maxmix



Also note that bicycle insurance can often include personal accident, personal liability and legal liability, none of which are available to electric scooter riders.

On a scooter by merely being in control of it moving in a public space your are currently committing an offence. Any further offence just compounds the issue. If you injure or kill yourself or another by being on an electric scooter, then any insurances involved may not pay out as you were (suspected of) committing a criminal offence at the time. This may include life insurance, income protection, pension and many of the things none millennials have in place to protect themselves and their families. These are unlikely to pay out. If your scooter antics kill others, thier families may sue your estate.......

Whilst it hopefully won't happen and the most you'll do is stub your toe, the current wider implications of illegally riding a scooter are worth considering.

And as I mentioned hopefully it will change with some sort of insurance, tax, registration system being put in place for scooter use on public roads and not pavements. Let's hope that those little wheels and large potholes won't cause too many deaths and injury!

I won't go into the issues of the effects of injury and having to take time off work to recover and possibly having no job to go back to......

I have no issue with electric scooters and with the correct road infrastructure in place, together with registration, licensing, training, tax and insurance, I think there is a place for them.
Yep I am completely in agreement as soon as they start doing that with all cyclists of coarse all cyclist make sure they are insured, lets also hope those skinny bike wheels and solid tyre's can cope with pot holes and drains...oh wait they dont.

Anyway sooner they sort the law out the better, still working out how much to charge to register probably. Think I will get a mobility scooter till then
This is 150w

It's going to be like farting into a sail
maxmix11/11/2019 04:09

I never realised it's a kids one, still holding of ATM for one for my …I never realised it's a kids one, still holding of ATM for one for my Ebike conversion :)maxmix


It's not being marketed as a kids one that's why, it's just that 150w motor is feeble tbh
dothedealnow11/11/2019 14:22

Read thisIf you ride an electric scooter the same way many ride bikes in …Read thisIf you ride an electric scooter the same way many ride bikes in London, you may well get your scooter taken off you. See above.If you receive a fine and points, it may cause issues with your employment.If you have an accident, any insurances you have will be invalidated and won't pay out. If you cause any injury or damage to property, you will be personally liable without any insurance to settle for you.


So a hundred scooters stopped but only 10 fines issued, and they were for traffic offences (same as you'd get for jumping a red light or speeding on a push bike).
None of those scooters were seized for being illegal. Like I said, get one, ride it sensibly, you have zero chance of getting anything more than a stern word.
richb301213/11/2019 05:56

So a hundred scooters stopped but only 10 fines issued, and they were for …So a hundred scooters stopped but only 10 fines issued, and they were for traffic offences (same as you'd get for jumping a red light or speeding on a push bike).None of those scooters were seized for being illegal. Like I said, get one, ride it sensibly, you have zero chance of getting anything more than a stern word.





Millennial?

They're illegal in public.

Think of the impact if caught and prosecuted on your job and livelihood.

Think of the impact if you injure yourself or others. You'll have no insurances to bail you out. You'll be on Justgiving trying to raise enough to keep a roof over your head.

Just wait until they become legal.
dothedealnow13/11/2019 11:19

Millennial?They're illegal in public.Think of the impact if caught and …Millennial?They're illegal in public.Think of the impact if caught and prosecuted on your job and livelihood.Think of the impact if you injure yourself or others. You'll have no insurances to bail you out. You'll be on Justgiving trying to raise enough to keep a roof over your head.Just wait until they become legal.


I'll ask again, how many were seized for being illegal?
You can ask as many times as you want to. They are illegal to use in public. It's really dumb to even risk getting a criminal record with it's subsequent impact on your employment, family, housing and current or future career.
And as I keep saying, if you injure or kill yourself or others whilst riding one in public, you again risk your livelihood and that of your family.
I truly hope that you see sense and ride one only when it's legal to do so.
Edited by: "dothedealnow" 13th Nov
dothedealnow13/11/2019 11:19

Millennial?They're illegal in public.Think of the impact if caught and …Millennial?They're illegal in public.Think of the impact if caught and prosecuted on your job and livelihood.Think of the impact if you injure yourself or others. You'll have no insurances to bail you out. You'll be on Justgiving trying to raise enough to keep a roof over your head.Just wait until they become legal.


Won't somebody think of the children!?!
Is there any custom taxes or vat payable, as its coming from Europe? (I think Poland)
Edited by: "hot_top" 17th Nov
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