Unfortunately this deal is no longer valid
Original Xiaomi Scooter Mijia M365 Smart Electric Scooter £280.88 including delivery up to 5 days @ Mi France Store / AliExpress
1191° Expired

Original Xiaomi Scooter Mijia M365 Smart Electric Scooter £280.88 including delivery up to 5 days @ Mi France Store / AliExpress

£282£31711%AliExpress Deals
297
Posted 6th MayShipping from Spain
Original EU Version Xiaomi Scooter Mijia M365 Smart Electric Scooter Skate Board Adult Mini Foldable Bike Hoverboard 30km with APP

delivery from Spain - 1 to 5 days
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
J4GG406/05/2019 15:15

Since when did they ever accept paypal?


Probably never, I was just stating a fact that PayPal wasn’t an option. Some people probably aren’t as knowledgeable as you on AliExpress’s payment options
Neobrown06/05/2019 18:07

The person who got taken to court, Im sure they would have been fine if …The person who got taken to court, Im sure they would have been fine if they didnt go through a red light. Id personally keep to the pavement myself



fine or not it's still illegal to use them on the roads and pathways.
This might interest people who are thinking of buying an Electric Scooter.
bbc.co.uk/new…617 (5th May 2019).
fish32306/05/2019 16:18

Until you get you credit card cloned. I had both of mine hit in 4 months …Until you get you credit card cloned. I had both of mine hit in 4 months using Chinese websites, (not aliexpress). The only thing both the cards had in common were two well known Chinese websites. As soon as I stopped and used paypal on them, I started getting pfishing attempts on my paypal. I had to have my cards reissued and then fedexed to Vietnam where I am at the moment. A real pain in the a$$.


Pal, sounds more like you got a Trojan virus or private email security been compromised for that much targeted attacks...
297 Comments
£277.95??
Looks like £2.93 for delivery. Don’t see an option for PayPal which would put me off personally but still a great price - heat added!
Edited by: "ChrissyBoy" 6th May
ChrissyBoy06/05/2019 15:13

Looks like £2.93 for delivery. Don’t see an option for PayPal which would p …Looks like £2.93 for delivery. Don’t see an option for PayPal which would put me off personally but still a great price - heat added!


Since when did they ever accept paypal?
J4GG406/05/2019 15:15

Since when did they ever accept paypal?


Probably never, I was just stating a fact that PayPal wasn’t an option. Some people probably aren’t as knowledgeable as you on AliExpress’s payment options
ChrissyBoy06/05/2019 15:20

Probably never, I was just stating a fact that PayPal wasn’t an option. S …Probably never, I was just stating a fact that PayPal wasn’t an option. Some people probably aren’t as knowledgeable as you on AliExpress’s payment options


Use a credit card and you're covered... Much better than paypal.
TheOak7 h, 43 m ago

Comment deleted


There always seems to be...
J4GG406/05/2019 15:21

Use a credit card and you're covered... Much better than paypal.


Until you get you credit card cloned. I had both of mine hit in 4 months using Chinese websites, (not aliexpress). The only thing both the cards had in common were two well known Chinese websites. As soon as I stopped and used paypal on them, I started getting pfishing attempts on my paypal. I had to have my cards reissued and then fedexed to Vietnam where I am at the moment. A real pain in the a$$.
J4GG41 h, 15 m ago

Since when did they ever accept paypal?


Certain sellers can accept it but it seems to be rare. they did accept it but that was about 2011 and it was taken away as the 7% fee was too steep.
fish32306/05/2019 16:18

Until you get you credit card cloned. I had both of mine hit in 4 months …Until you get you credit card cloned. I had both of mine hit in 4 months using Chinese websites, (not aliexpress). The only thing both the cards had in common were two well known Chinese websites. As soon as I stopped and used paypal on them, I started getting pfishing attempts on my paypal. I had to have my cards reissued and then fedexed to Vietnam where I am at the moment. A real pain in the a$$.


Which as it isn't your money isn't an issue.
fish32306/05/2019 16:18

Until you get you credit card cloned. I had both of mine hit in 4 months …Until you get you credit card cloned. I had both of mine hit in 4 months using Chinese websites, (not aliexpress). The only thing both the cards had in common were two well known Chinese websites. As soon as I stopped and used paypal on them, I started getting pfishing attempts on my paypal. I had to have my cards reissued and then fedexed to Vietnam where I am at the moment. A real pain in the a$$.


Pal, sounds more like you got a Trojan virus or private email security been compromised for that much targeted attacks...
The_Hoff06/05/2019 16:42

Which as it isn't your money isn't an issue.


When you have to get your cards fedexed to Vietnam it is my money and it is an issue!!!
dealcatcherer6 m ago

Pal, sounds more like you got a Trojan virus or private email security …Pal, sounds more like you got a Trojan virus or private email security been compromised for that much targeted attacks...


Definitely neither of those things, because I still use my cards online and I haven't been hit since i stopped using them on those two Chinese websites. At first I thought it was from Lazada.vn but I only used one card on Lazada so it couldn't have been it and I have used the cards on Lazada since and never been hit.
fish32339 m ago

Until you get you credit card cloned. I had both of mine hit in 4 months …Until you get you credit card cloned. I had both of mine hit in 4 months using Chinese websites, (not aliexpress). The only thing both the cards had in common were two well known Chinese websites. As soon as I stopped and used paypal on them, I started getting pfishing attempts on my paypal. I had to have my cards reissued and then fedexed to Vietnam where I am at the moment. A real pain in the a$$.


Wondered if you use a laptop might be worth a malware scan looking for keylogger type software.
Is it any warranty with this or what happens if it comes damaged/doesn’t work? I am new into aliexpress so if someone got some experience with them please let me know.
I've had 100+ transactions on AE, using a variety of means to pay. Never had anything dodgy happen. The AE secure escrow system gives buyer protection. I don't think AE would allow that to be compromised as, considering they're effectively the Chinese eBay, it would be very damaging to their business.
scrumpypaul11 m ago

I've had 100+ transactions on AE, using a variety of means to pay. Never …I've had 100+ transactions on AE, using a variety of means to pay. Never had anything dodgy happen. The AE secure escrow system gives buyer protection. I don't think AE would allow that to be compromised as, considering they're effectively the Chinese eBay, it would be very damaging to their business.


I've had 1 transaction and 1 bad buy from a good standing seller on AE.

Got sent an inferior product which was a fake. I opened a case and AE sided with the seller saying the seller gave them proof the item was authentic. Despite the SN being a well known copy one when you google it. Either AE got fooled or they just side with sellers.
Edited by: "J4GG4" 6th May
Feel bad for the people who paid £350 for this a day ago from Laptops Direct
Edited by: "Neobrown" 6th May
This might interest people who are thinking of buying an Electric Scooter.
bbc.co.uk/new…617 (5th May 2019).
Derek_Lancelot_Shatwell06/05/2019 17:53

This might interest people who are thinking of buying an Electric …This might interest people who are thinking of buying an Electric Scooter.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-48106617 (5th May 2019).


The person who got taken to court, Im sure they would have been fine if they didnt go through a red light.
Id personally keep to the pavement myself
Neobrown06/05/2019 18:07

The person who got taken to court, Im sure they would have been fine if …The person who got taken to court, Im sure they would have been fine if they didnt go through a red light. Id personally keep to the pavement myself



fine or not it's still illegal to use them on the roads and pathways.
Derek_Lancelot_Shatwell06/05/2019 17:53

This might interest people who are thinking of buying an Electric …This might interest people who are thinking of buying an Electric Scooter.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-48106617 (5th May 2019).


The laws need updating. It says that regular scooters aren't allowed on the pavement or cycle lanes, yet they are allowed on the road. Who rides a non motorised scooter on the roads?? You could easily hit 30mph downhill on some roads, with no brakes.
J4GG406/05/2019 19:04

The laws need updating. It says that regular scooters aren't allowed on …The laws need updating. It says that regular scooters aren't allowed on the pavement or cycle lanes, yet they are allowed on the road. Who rides a non motorised scooter on the roads?? You could easily hit 30mph downhill on some roads, with no brakes.


Don't think they are allowed on the roads either, they are not licenced or insured.
Jezza6706/05/2019 19:06

Don't think they are allowed on the roads either, they are not licenced or …Don't think they are allowed on the roads either, they are not licenced or insured.


It clearly states there's no laws to say they can't go on the road.

It's well documented that the law is well outdated on this subject. Electric bikes are allowed but electric scooters aren't? Just doesn't add up.
J4GG406/05/2019 19:11

It clearly states there's no laws to say they can't go on the road.It's …It clearly states there's no laws to say they can't go on the road.It's well documented that the law is well outdated on this subject. Electric bikes are allowed but electric scooters aren't? Just doesn't add up.


Yes agreed the law is very outdated, about time was updated for the road and some sort of licence and insurance, but I still don’t agree with them being used on the pathways.
'This product is sold or the seller discontinued selling the product'
The_Hoff3 h, 16 m ago

Which as it isn't your money isn't an issue.


Fixing card fraud takes time, that's pretty valuable to most people.
ChrissyBoy5 h, 7 m ago

Probably never, I was just stating a fact that PayPal wasn’t an option. S …Probably never, I was just stating a fact that PayPal wasn’t an option. Some people probably aren’t as knowledgeable as you on AliExpress’s payment options


PayPal has been taken for a whole but you got to pay extra.
J4GG406/05/2019 19:11

It clearly states there's no laws to say they can't go on the road.It's …It clearly states there's no laws to say they can't go on the road.It's well documented that the law is well outdated on this subject. Electric bikes are allowed but electric scooters aren't? Just doesn't add up.


Only electric "pedal assistance" bikes are legal. A fully electric bike (basically an electric "scooter") isnt legal, without the necessary licence /insurance /mot etc.
However you cut it, these are fully motorised vehicles (and capable of more than the 15mph limit that applies to ebikes) where do you draw the line on this?
fish3234 h, 0 m ago

When you have to get your cards fedexed to Vietnam it is my money and it …When you have to get your cards fedexed to Vietnam it is my money and it is an issue!!!


Applies to only you. Irrelevant to everyone else.

Advice is unchanged as a general statement.
You risk your driving licence riding one of these in London especially.
Saw one of these on the streets in Cambridge, as well as an electric skateboard, ..asking for trouble (courts & points) but such great fun, I was on an offroad electric skateboard (longboard) last year, the thrust was phemonal, ..luckily as a 25+ year snowboarder I was adaptable from the word go, but a scooter & a skateboard in traffic is asking for the wrong kind of attention sadly under current law, ..in Australia though battery scooters of this ilk are legal & hireable, so maybe just maybe that by extension we might get these legal sooner rather than later.

ALL ebikes (unless utilising grandfather rights) can be easily i.d.'ed by the law via a quick squint at a spec plate on the bike (which they must have). so in theory at least a spec plate on an e-scooter is easy to "apply" ...the law just doesn't want to do it, ..was the same with previously illegal to use (but much better) LED bike lights in the 1990' ..took years to churn through the wash before common sense aid to cyclists became "legal"

Yup, the law is / can be an ass.
I have tried to purchase this and it’s converting to £380?
Wonder if this would work under the cycle to work scheme lol
fish3235 h, 28 m ago

Until you get you credit card cloned. I had both of mine hit in 4 months …Until you get you credit card cloned. I had both of mine hit in 4 months using Chinese websites, (not aliexpress). The only thing both the cards had in common were two well known Chinese websites. As soon as I stopped and used paypal on them, I started getting pfishing attempts on my paypal. I had to have my cards reissued and then fedexed to Vietnam where I am at the moment. A real pain in the a$$.


I don't get this, u used two credit cards on two well-known Chinese websites, then your paypal account (or your linked email account ?) got phishing attempts when you've stopped using the credit cards ? what's the logic behide this ?
SFconvert06/05/2019 20:45

Only electric "pedal assistance" bikes are legal. A fully electric bike …Only electric "pedal assistance" bikes are legal. A fully electric bike (basically an electric "scooter") isnt legal, without the necessary licence /insurance /mot etc.However you cut it, these are fully motorised vehicles (and capable of more than the 15mph limit that applies to ebikes) where do you draw the line on this?


Pedal assistance? As in you pedal till the motor kicks in? I see people riding them without pedaling at all. Don't you have to assist the scooters as well by pushing them to get going?
Found a $5 coupon if its any use, go here and collect the coupon in the middle of the page:

sale.aliexpress.com/cou…htm
J4GG406/05/2019 21:56

Pedal assistance? As in you pedal till the motor kicks in? I see people …Pedal assistance? As in you pedal till the motor kicks in? I see people riding them without pedaling at all. Don't you have to assist the scooters as well by pushing them to get going?


Legally, since 2016 electric bikes can only offer starting assistance up to 6mph (ie you don't have to pedal). Beyond 6mph you actually have to be pedalling I believe (though in practice if you have maximum assist on this only means turn the crank, ie you don't need to put any real effort in)
Eebikes sold before the law changed in 2016 which had a throttle type set up are still legal, although they still need to be restricted to 15.5mph and under 250w I think.
And no I don't think you need to push start these scooters to get them going, and even if you did, legally that isn't the same as pedalling.
TheOak4 m ago

Found a $5 coupon if its any use, go here and collect the coupon in the …Found a $5 coupon if its any use, go here and collect the coupon in the middle of the page:https://sale.aliexpress.com/country@UK/__pc/New_Fashion_Arrivals.htm


hero !! funny that there is random coupon on random page, i could spend a day on this !
SFconvert06/05/2019 22:38

Legally, since 2016 electric bikes can only offer starting assistance up …Legally, since 2016 electric bikes can only offer starting assistance up to 6mph (ie you don't have to pedal). Beyond 6mph you actually have to be pedalling I believe (though in practice if you have maximum assist on this only means turn the crank, ie you don't need to put any real effort in)Eebikes sold before the law changed in 2016 which had a throttle type set up are still legal, although they still need to be restricted to 15.5mph and under 250w I think.And no I don't think you need to push start these scooters to get them going, and even if you did, legally that isn't the same as pedalling.


Yes you do. You have to do something like 4km/h before the motor kicks in for safety reasons.

I've had my Ninebot ES2 for over 7mths now and use it regularly without issue including in central London (along with many others)
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text