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Kugoo S1 Electric Scooter - 120KG Limit - 18650 Li-ion Battery Pack - 350w Motor £261.75 @ Geekbuying
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Kugoo S1 Electric Scooter - 120KG Limit - 18650 Li-ion Battery Pack - 350w Motor £261.75 @ Geekbuying

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Posted 14th MayShipping from Poland
Looks like a viable alternative to the ES2, and xiaomi M365. Top specs:

18650 Li-ion Battery Pack
350W Motor
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Strong Power and Running 30KM: 350W Motor, 30KM Running Distance.
Easy Operation
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One key for Speed Control, One is for Braking. And a monitor for you to check the control information
3 Speed Running Modes
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You control the speed with one key according to the different road surface conditions, which makes driving more comfortable and riding more security.
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8.5 Inch Solid Rear Anti-Skid Tire
Strong Grip, Wear-resisting and Safe. It's Suitable for Different Kinds of Roads.

Little warranty, but ships from Poland with zero custom charges.
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Seems like a lot of modern technology for not a lot of £!!

HEAT!
gets mixed reviews. was about to buy but still not sure. the m365 seems a safer bet??
dave11114/05/2019 13:21

gets mixed reviews. was about to buy but still not sure. the m365 seems a …gets mixed reviews. was about to buy but still not sure. the m365 seems a safer bet??


I think they all get mixed reviews to be honest
looks a good deal but i think m365 is hard to beat. the es2 comes nowhere near for me
dave11114/05/2019 13:21

gets mixed reviews. was about to buy but still not sure. the m365 seems a …gets mixed reviews. was about to buy but still not sure. the m365 seems a safer bet??


None of them is 'safe' - which is why they're illegal on public land.
I’ll never understand people spending this much money for something with no warranty
For £260 i would at least expect them to fit a proper brake instead of just pushing the rear mudguard down onto the tyre ( which will obviously wear down the rear tyre quickly).
The M365 has a proper rear disc brake, and slightly bigger wheels with pneumatic tyres - so a much better ride over rough pavements. Sadly the weight limit is lower at 100KG ( compared to 120KG for the Kugu ) . These are built for petite Asian people not heavy westerners.
simes15/05/2019 09:17

For £260 i would at least expect them to fit a proper brake instead of …For £260 i would at least expect them to fit a proper brake instead of just pushing the rear mudguard down onto the tyre ( which will obviously wear down the rear tyre quickly).The M365 has a proper rear disc brake, and slightly bigger wheels with pneumatic tyres - so a much better ride over rough pavements. Sadly the weight limit is lower at 100KG ( compared to 120KG for the Kugu ) . These are built for petite Asian people not heavy westerners.


Easy enough to modify the motor output on the M365. The weight 'limit' is advisory at best.
gwendes15/05/2019 10:24

Easy enough to modify the motor output on the M365. The weight 'limit' is …Easy enough to modify the motor output on the M365. The weight 'limit' is advisory at best.


no issue putting 120kg on the m365 in general. but you will struggle up a hill
gidon15/05/2019 14:15

no issue putting 120kg on the m365 in general. but you will struggle up a …no issue putting 120kg on the m365 in general. but you will struggle up a hill


My m365 always wheelspins
If decide to buy one of these a useful bit of info: there is a settings menu you can access by holding down the SET & HORN buttons together for a few seconds. I'm not sure what each setting option does but SET 23 changing it to 1 gives mph instead of kph. Set 24 you can set the display brightness.

Once you change a setting hold set and the horn until the display returns to normal to confirm them.

I get the feeling you might be able to change the speed settings etc in here but not brave enough to test all options. I have only explored the ones with binary options

Edited by: "o0bean0o0head0o" 22nd May
gidon14/05/2019 15:46

looks a good deal but i think m365 is hard to beat. the es2 comes nowhere …looks a good deal but i think m365 is hard to beat. the es2 comes nowhere near for me


Do you have a 365? How is it? My Kugoo just arrived today. Not had a proper go yet, just a quick spin on the driveway but I think this is gonna be a fun bit of kit!!
Add_to_Basket24/05/2019 13:58

Do you have a 365? How is it? My Kugoo just arrived today. Not had a …Do you have a 365? How is it? My Kugoo just arrived today. Not had a proper go yet, just a quick spin on the driveway but I think this is gonna be a fun bit of kit!!


yes i do and very happy with it compared to alternatives ive tried. but kugoo is new to me so i cant comment

as a personal preference i feel safest with a brake lever like on m365 or a traditional bicycle.
Edited by: "gidon" 24th May
Following this post I went and bought one from geekmall.eu for £260 all in with 2yr warranty. Was gonna buy the m365 but it just looks bulky, potential for punctures and slower...

Had it just over 2 weeks and it is so much fun I use it so I can park outside of the city (where I reside) where it’s £8-9.20 per day to park. Therefore £96 saving already!
It pulls me up ANY hill no with ease. I gave it to my housemate who is roughly 90kg and it pulled her across a hilled field without any assistance. She found the brakes v difficult because it stops the front wheel only which causes you to endo and that is dangerous. But if you use the rear it’s fine. Conclusion= I love it but it’s not for the faint hearted. I really do enjoy going out on this thing whenever I can. Also watch YouTube clips to see how to adequately waterproof the scooter with relative ease
Besford14/05/2019 19:49

None of them is 'safe' - which is why they're illegal on public land.


LOL Wrong.

They're only barred from the roads due to the Road Traffic Act not being updated to accomodate them. Electric bicycles are perfectly legal due to being accomodated into the law.

These things travel at a max speed of 15mph.

The crusing speed of most average cyclists is 17mph. I my self can cruise at around 25mph and hit 45mph on dual carriageways with footage to back up my claim.

To say these toy scooters are not "safe" is absurd, especially when trucks, cars, 1,000cc motorbikes fly around freely on our roads.

Think long and hard.
simes15/05/2019 09:17

For £260 i would at least expect them to fit a proper brake instead of …For £260 i would at least expect them to fit a proper brake instead of just pushing the rear mudguard down onto the tyre ( which will obviously wear down the rear tyre quickly).The M365 has a proper rear disc brake, and slightly bigger wheels with pneumatic tyres - so a much better ride over rough pavements. Sadly the weight limit is lower at 100KG ( compared to 120KG for the Kugu ) . These are built for petite Asian people not heavy westerners.


Heavy westerners? LOL

How many people do you know over 100kg?
TheLondonCyclist20/06/2019 17:01

LOL Wrong. They're only barred from the roads due to the Road Traffic Act …LOL Wrong. They're only barred from the roads due to the Road Traffic Act not being updated to accomodate them. Electric bicycles are perfectly legal due to being accomodated into the law.These things travel at a max speed of 15mph.The crusing speed of most average cyclists is 17mph. I my self can cruise at around 25mph and hit 45mph on dual carriageways with footage to back up my claim.To say these toy scooters are not "safe" is absurd, especially when trucks, cars, 1,000cc motorbikes fly around freely on our roads.Think long and hard.


As a cyclist I'm going to say that you sound like one of the cyclists who get cyclists a bad name!
Someone complained they barely got 18km when stated 25km range. He weighed around 75-80kg.
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