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Original Xiaomi MI M365 Folding Electric Scooter E-ABS Europe Version 3-5day delivery £291.55 @ Gearbest
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Original Xiaomi MI M365 Folding Electric Scooter E-ABS Europe Version 3-5day delivery £291.55 @ Gearbest

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Package Content: 1 x Original Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter, 1 x Power Adapter, 1 x EU plug, 1 x Pair of Spare Tires, 1 x Extending Nozzle, 1 x T-shaped Wrench, 4 x Screw, 1 x English User Manual

Specification :
- Material: aircraft-grade aluminum alloy
- Wheel size: 8.5 inch inflatable tire
- Motor size: 6.7 inch
- Maximum torque: 16N.m
- Maximum speed: 25km / h (common mode), 18km / h (energy-saving mode )
- Cruising distance: 30km
- Braking system: front E-ABS anti-lock system, rear mechanical disk brake
- Rated motor power: 250W
- Maximum motor power: 500W
- Battery pack power: 280Wh
- Climbing gradient: approx. 14 degree
- Ground clearance pedal: 87.5mm
- Max load: 100kg
- Charger rated power: 71W
- Charger input voltage: 100 - 240V, 50 / 60Hz
- Battery limited voltage: 42V
- Charging time: 5.5 hours
- Standard power consumption: 1.1 kWh per 100km
- Folding size: 108 x43x49cm
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rayben22/08/2019 14:12

Aren't these banned on both the pavement and roads now?


Now you've gone and done it
Rode an e-scooter in Berlin last week. Not only hilariously fun, but also a quick way to get around and environmentally friendly. They have hundreds of them available to rent, and so many people use them without seeming to bother anyone.

What a joke that they are illegal here. Probably because the government can't make money from them.
Aren't these banned on both the pavement and roads now?
The government are currently reviewing the use of electric scooters on roads and legalising them. Transport for London are urging them to speed up the review. So they could be and should be allowed quite soon which would be a right move given that they want cars and such off the roads.
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Aren't these banned on both the pavement and roads now?
rayben22/08/2019 14:12

Aren't these banned on both the pavement and roads now?


Now you've gone and done it
Uh no thanks. Huge fine and points on your license.
Kieran_Buet22/08/2019 14:14

Uh no thanks. Huge fine and points on your license.


OK, thanks for the comment
I'm just here for the cyclists vs motor vehicle catfight.
rayben22/08/2019 14:12

Aren't these banned on both the pavement and roads now?


If you get pulled up just tell them that switchy posted the deal so it must be legal
PIPS22/08/2019 14:15

I'm just here for the cyclists vs motor vehicle catfight.


I'm just wishing I'd never posted it
David_Livesey22/08/2019 14:16

If you get pulled up just tell them that switchy posted the deal so it …If you get pulled up just tell them that switchy posted the deal so it must be legal


Blame it on me, I live at no 10 downing Street
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 22nd Aug
MrSwitch22/08/2019 14:16

I'm just wishing I'd never posted it


How else am I ment to pass the day
rayben22/08/2019 14:12

Aren't these banned on both the pavement and roads now?


Always have been, and until our government can figure out how to make money from legalising them I imagine they'll stay banned.
Not enough police to enforce it anyway
PIPS22/08/2019 14:17

How else am I ment to pass the day


Haha, me too actually, as you were
rayben22/08/2019 14:17

Not enough police to enforce it anyway


There will be soon. Boris is on the job. Mind you they'll probably all be riding these if it's up to him
rayben22/08/2019 14:17

Not enough police to enforce it anyway


There's plenty handing out fines in London recently. The death of the YouTube "star" recently has encouraged the Met at least to start handing out fines/points etc at key commuting times.
chaywa22/08/2019 14:24

There's plenty handing out fines in London recently. The death of the …There's plenty handing out fines in London recently. The death of the YouTube "star" recently has encouraged the Met at least to start handing out fines/points etc at key commuting times.


Are they chasing them on horseback?
rayben22/08/2019 14:24

Are they chasing them on horseback?


Pulling people over at traffic lights mostly.
You mean they actually stop? Most ignore lights and switch between road and pavement like most cyclists
rayben22/08/2019 14:17

Not enough police to enforce it anyway


Depends where you live, anyhow why not just enforce when something happens rather than just banning everything. Never felt threatened be e-scooter, e-bike , e-board, just eBay.
rayben22/08/2019 14:30

You mean they actually stop? Most ignore lights and switch between road …You mean they actually stop? Most ignore lights and switch between road and pavement like most cyclists


I make a judgement based on years of not killing anyone, seems to work for me.
The government are currently reviewing the use of electric scooters on roads and legalising them. Transport for London are urging them to speed up the review. So they could be and should be allowed quite soon which would be a right move given that they want cars and such off the roads.
ketsunoanna22/08/2019 14:43

I make a judgement based on years of not killing anyone, seems to work for …I make a judgement based on years of not killing anyone, seems to work for me.


As in I'll do it as long as I can get away with it?
rayben22/08/2019 15:01

As in I'll do it as long as I can get away with it?


Yep, as in more likely to be killed on the road than on an empty pavement. What is the obsession with the English, legislate eveything, just in case.
Or don't legislate and let those who don't give a toss ride roughshod over those who can't defend themselves?
honey0070122/08/2019 15:41

Must watch before …Must watch before buyhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/technology-49322216/e-scooters-should-they-be-legal-on-public-roads


OK arnie
Kieran_Buet22/08/2019 14:14

Uh no thanks. Huge fine and points on your license.


What if you dont have a license, due you just get a fine?
rayben22/08/2019 15:25

Or don't legislate and let those who don't give a toss ride roughshod over …Or don't legislate and let those who don't give a toss ride roughshod over those who can't defend themselves?


Who needs defending?
Iffy_P22/08/2019 15:55

What if you dont have a license, due you just get a fine?


Points can be added to a provisional, or a record kept for when that person applies for their first licence, and added then
Chap riding one on the road this morning; he didn't seem to be bothered and no police about (not as bad as the time that someone on a mono wheel thing wizzed on the inside of me).
Rode an e-scooter in Berlin last week. Not only hilariously fun, but also a quick way to get around and environmentally friendly. They have hundreds of them available to rent, and so many people use them without seeming to bother anyone.

What a joke that they are illegal here. Probably because the government can't make money from them.
gizmo250122/08/2019 16:53

Rode an e-scooter in Berlin last week. Not only hilariously fun, but also …Rode an e-scooter in Berlin last week. Not only hilariously fun, but also a quick way to get around and environmentally friendly. They have hundreds of them available to rent, and so many people use them without seeming to bother anyone.What a joke that they are illegal here. Probably because the government can't make money from them.


Same thing in Finland last week. All over Helsinki, 3 different types/companies in fact! Crazy it's "illegal" here!
blueflash22/08/2019 16:01

Who needs defending?


Those who get verbally and physically assaulted by those who think it's ok to force people to get out of the path of the irresponsible,not classiing every scooter rider or cyclist in this category but seems there are more of the bad than good on the roads at the moment
gizmo250122/08/2019 16:53

Rode an e-scooter in Berlin last week. Not only hilariously fun, but also …Rode an e-scooter in Berlin last week. Not only hilariously fun, but also a quick way to get around and environmentally friendly. They have hundreds of them available to rent, and so many people use them without seeming to bother anyone.What a joke that they are illegal here. Probably because the government can't make money from them.


Or maybe it's the Germans in general who ride / act sensibly
Price has dropped a few quid - £291.55 - forget that, it’s gone back to posted price

Great deal for a fantastic scooter

If the legalities of these are an issue, don’t buy one and avoid any threads that contain the words Xiaomi, M365 and electric scooter
Edited by: "ChrissyBoy" 22nd Aug
craig81622/08/2019 16:58

Same thing in Finland last week. All over Helsinki, 3 different …Same thing in Finland last week. All over Helsinki, 3 different types/companies in fact! Crazy it's "illegal" here!


Yeah, there were 2 companies in Berlin. Was great.
rayben22/08/2019 17:04

Or maybe it's the Germans in general who ride / act sensibly


I like to think I tried, too!
rayben22/08/2019 14:12

Aren't these banned on both the pavement and roads now?


They're but you can still scoot across the rooftops legally.
So many of the usual comments regarding legality.
What warranty does it come with though? Hasn't near there been a 'bad batch'?
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