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KUGOO S1 Folding Electric Scooter 350W Motor with LCD Display Screen @ Geekbuying
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KUGOO S1 Folding Electric Scooter 350W Motor with LCD Display Screen @ Geekbuying

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Posted 9th Apr

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For anyone who missed out the Scooter deals before, there's another one from a different brand. It's actually slightly cheaper than the M365 deal was, but it's shipped from Poland instead of coming all the way from China. There's a picture comparing the specs of this to the M365 for anyone interested


If this doesn't display properly, you can see the comparison pic on the page. Use the code KUGOOS1 to reduce the price to £260.23. Seems to have a higher top speed, higher weight limit and a more powerful motor.
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Bear in mind this has perhaps the worst folding mechanism in any electric scooter. You either have to get on your knees and apply the pressure in a few specific spots or you have to smack the release mechanism with a hammer.
Don't expect these to be made road legal in the UK anytime soon, the government is only interested in the environment when they can tax you on it, until then they want to keep you in your car so they can tax and fine you as the motorist is an easy cash cow.
I have been using the Xiaomi M365 for nearly a year for commuting to and from work. No issues at all!
SOUTHWALES09/04/2019 19:05

Don't expect these to be made road legal in the UK anytime soon, the …Don't expect these to be made road legal in the UK anytime soon, the government is only interested in the environment when they can tax you on it, until then they want to keep you in your car so they can tax and fine you as the motorist is an easy cash cow.


They are being heavily pressured by companies that want to put shared electric scooters everywhere, like every other major city in the world that didn’t accidentally make them illegal in the past. So there is hope. And they’ll make sure to tax them I’m sure!
Madgick310/04/2019 16:46

They are being heavily pressured by companies that want to put shared …They are being heavily pressured by companies that want to put shared electric scooters everywhere, like every other major city in the world that didn’t accidentally make them illegal in the past. So there is hope. And they’ll make sure to tax them I’m sure!


Hoping you are right, local busy body has told me he will report me to police for riding my xiaomi on road, using it to get to work which does not affect him in anyway but he is a miserable did that moans about everyone in the road.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 10th Apr
SOUTHWALES1 h, 36 m ago

Hoping you are right, local busy body has told me he will report me to …Hoping you are right, local busy body has told me he will report me to police for riding my xiaomi on road, using it to get to work which does not affect him in anyway but he is a miserable did that moans about everyone in the road.


I got one old guy screaming at me for riding the scooter a few times I went past him driving his car.
I blame his age for the outburst
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Looking at the specs... This one doesn't have an app, but only displays data on the app. Work that out (or am I reading it wrong?)
£255 on AliExpress. Delivered from Poland. £252.76 33%OFF | KUGOO S1 patinete electrico adulto scooter plegable 350W Motor Folding 8 Inches 30KM Mileage PK Xiaomi Mi M365 with accessories
s.click.aliexpress.com/e/J…j5A
anyone got one these? what is the feedback like?
SOUTHWALES09/04/2019 19:05

Don't expect these to be made road legal in the UK anytime soon, the …Don't expect these to be made road legal in the UK anytime soon, the government is only interested in the environment when they can tax you on it, until then they want to keep you in your car so they can tax and fine you as the motorist is an easy cash cow.


The Govt changed the whole company car tax system because they were concerned with the environment but that was a right sham. Given the amount of tax they make on each litre of fuel sold....you are 100% correct. Keep selling new cars and keep us driving them.

I really can't see people getting prosecuted for using these in the short term. The odd idiot will make the news but that's only to create a swathe of anti scooter sentiment.

My commute is only 3 miles so one of these would be perfect.
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