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Urban M4 Electric Scooter with Free Delivery £229.99 at Groupon (Quidco Premium £149.50)
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Urban M4 Electric Scooter with Free Delivery £229.99 at Groupon (Quidco Premium £149.50)

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Posted 8th Dec 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Groupon currently offering 34% discount off the Urban M4 electric scooter.

This weekend Quidco offering its premium members 35% cashback on Groupon purchases

Combination of the above makes the Urban M4 an attractive proposition at £149.50.


  • Air-filled tires
  • Eco-mode that makes the battery last longer
  • Control acceleration with a lever on the handlebar
  • Anti-slip handles
  • Foldable design
Specifications:

  • Weight: 12.5kg
  • Top speed: 15mph
  • Motor power: 300W
  • Battery: 4.4ah lithium-ion
  • Charging time: three hours
  • Wheel size: 8.5”
  • Wheels: pneumatic
  • Folded dimensions: 108cm x 43cm x 49cm
  • Unfolded dimensions: 108cm x 43cm x 114cm
  • Max user weight: 100kg
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7 Comments
Im permuim But rate is still 20%?
Zalwaw08/12/2019 11:34

Im permuim But rate is still 20%?


Same, how do you get this discount?
Their legal disclaimer rather contradicts the "Urban" tag:

"Note: vehicle not to be used on public highways (roads/pavements): it must be used on private property with owner’s consent. Appropriate protective equipment to be worn at all times. Not suitable for children"
Looks like a copy M365 but battery is almost half the capacity at 4.4ah. M365 has a 7.8ah battery.
The_Name_With_No_Man08/12/2019 11:53

Their legal disclaimer rather contradicts the "Urban" tag:"Note: vehicle …Their legal disclaimer rather contradicts the "Urban" tag:"Note: vehicle not to be used on public highways (roads/pavements): it must be used on private property with owner’s consent. Appropriate protective equipment to be worn at all times. Not suitable for children"


Bring it to Istanbul,use it on the roads here if you dare,the traffic is frightening,But they are legal,in fact they are provided by the local council to use,like an Uber app
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