Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter + 2 Year Warranty £359 + 2.1% Topcashback @ Laptops Direct
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Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter + 2 Year Warranty £359 + 2.1% Topcashback @ Laptops Direct

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Refreshed 12th Jun (Posted 9th Jun)Edited by:"Mrswitch"
With topcashback theoretical saving of £11, making total outlay £348

Sorry to the op who posted the Halford deal earlier, but I knew this was cheaper, and so thought people would rather save the £30 and receive the same service, this is also delivered free of charge by DPD, probably the best delivery company in the UK in my opinion


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  • The worlds best selling electric scooter!
  • Fun to ride
  • Low cost
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Compact and portable
  • As quick as cycling
  • The Xiaomi M365 is the perfect scooter for commuting, ferrying you effortlessly from car or train to office and back again. A top speed of 15mph means that two miles of walking comes down to an eight-minute journey, without crowds, hassle or effort.

  • Key features of the Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter

  • Top speed of 15mph (25kmh)
  • Maximum range of 18 miles (30km)
  • Fully charged in 5.5 hrs
  • Front and rear brakes and lights
  • UK charging adaptor
  • Smart App connection
  • Product Information

  • 12.5kg lightweight aluminium frame
  • Motor power 250W
  • 18650 lithium-ion battery
  • App locking feature
  • Unfolded dimensions 108 x 43 x 114cm (42 x 17 x 45in)
  • Folded dimensions 108 x 43 x 49cm (42 x 17 x 19in)
  • 8.5in air filled wheels for comfortable ride.

UK plug
  • Maximum user weight 100kg
  • Manufacturer recommended rider age 16 years+

Warranty

  • 2 year full UK manufacturers warranty (unlike many imports that have to be returned to Europe or China for warranty issues)
  • What is included in the box

UK power adaptor
  • Tyre x2

Spare inner tubes x 2
  • Other: Extended nozzle adaptor, hexagon wrench, screw X 4
  • Documents: User manual, quick start guide, legal statement, warranty notice (printed in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Russian and Polish)
Community Updates
Now selling for £348.99 at purescooters.com
using their flash sale coupon that's valid until 2pm Tuesday 11th June 2019

"£50 off all e-scooters using code FLASH50 at checkout."

They also offer Klarna SLICE YOUR PAYMENTS facility.
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I police the streets of London and wouldn't stop anyone on one of these purely because I'd rather be doing something productive like trying to stop actual criminals.
adamnshame09/06/2019 21:10

What's the situation with these, are they one of those vehicles where you …What's the situation with these, are they one of those vehicles where you can legally ride them on neither the road or the pavement?


This is the practical truth:

1) these are illegal outside of private land/garden

2) No copper will take the time to stop you so that's not a problem

3) If you caused an accident (say you bumped into someone and they fell over and cracked their head) your liability is basically unlimited and if you were liable, you could lose everything and a little known fact is that personal injury debts are not automatically wiped with bankruptcy - so if they need life-time care, you'll pay forever.


Happy riding.
Edited by: "Alansmithee" 9th Jun
What's the situation with these, are they one of those vehicles where you can legally ride them on neither the road or the pavement?
mroller09/06/2019 22:22

Fair point, but it is the same risk for a riding a bike


No home insurance would cover you and also riding a bike isn't illegal - so without getting into the complexity - the calculation of liability is different.

Here if you get into an accident, the starting position for the people suing you (say an insurance company) was that you were acting illegal - something that Is undeniable from the start.

So unlike riding a bike, you'd get sued, you'd likely get bankrupted but that wouldn't save you because personal injury judgements are not discharged unless a judge orders it (s.281(5) of the Insolvency Act 1986) - so you could pay forever.

That is before you get into criminal charges...

Obviously most people aren't going to injury other people - they just need to way up the risk - as long as you don't have a decent job,home and career and don't plan to have one you should go for it.
Edited by: "Alansmithee" 9th Jun
179 Comments
keep off the roads just stick to the cycle paths and empty footpaths. keep your speed down when its obvious to do so. see a police car.....start kicking to give impression you are on kick scooter.
philtheclaret12/06/2019 21:10

That sounds about right for this country. 40 years behind the times. So …That sounds about right for this country. 40 years behind the times. So how come that we're still but only just in the EU, But this law is not illegal in most EU member states?


Because EU doesn't dictate national/local laws. I'm guessing you voted out
Deal-boy-trotter12/06/2019 21:11

Oh fair enough. The 14" are nice but have to day the 16" makes a world of …Oh fair enough. The 14" are nice but have to day the 16" makes a world of difference. Wanted to get the Z10 but so hard to ride in a built up area. But lots of people where you are in Manchester by the way that rides


I have not really seen anyone to be honestriding euc in my area there could be others thinking of getting the v8 the z10 is too much of a beast. I would love to try a 16" as I think I need some more speed on trails. But to be fair the wheels I got a fast enough. I like the smaller more due to portability and lifting up stairs in my building no lifts also I take it tothw shops ect and think portability will be hindered with a bigger wheel. I may buy one if I get it cheap. 360 video of me to work.

Afnan12/06/2019 20:58

You had me doubting myself for a second. Have a quick read of …You had me doubting myself for a second. Have a quick read of this...https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cyclinguk.org/cyclists-library/regulations/eapc-regulations%3famp


Hmm. Interesting. Wonder if anyone has ever been stopped and had theirs checked.
adamnshame09/06/2019 21:10

What's the situation with these, are they one of those vehicles where you …What's the situation with these, are they one of those vehicles where you can legally ride them on neither the road or the pavement?


I've seen cops in London pulling people over multiple times. I've heard the fines can be upwards of £300.
The leglisation making these illegal to use on British roads and pavements is ancient - The Highways Act 1835

Bird - the leading player in electric scooter hire in Europe and the US are lobbying to get this reviewed so they can obviously set up business in the UK.

Not sure when this is though.
chakalakaboomboom10/06/2019 01:30

My friend saw somebody got fined scooter and helmet taken because he was …My friend saw somebody got fined scooter and helmet taken because he was riding on the road in London. Then again its motorised scooter so you are not allowed to ride on the pavement either.


Helmet taken? Really? I call BS.
luvsadeal12/06/2019 21:44

Hmm. Interesting. Wonder if anyone has ever been stopped and had theirs …Hmm. Interesting. Wonder if anyone has ever been stopped and had theirs checked.


According to some of the e-bike forums I frequent yes. Some people have been stopped and had their bikes checked. The police check for a throttle and will look at the stickers on the motor. Apparently you can buy lower class stickers on eBay to make your motor appear legal.
Never heard of anyone checked in London or a large town though.
Obviously this all applies to the Chinese homebrew kits you can get. Some of the ba-fang motors are nuts power wise.
All e-bikes from retailers in this country will be legal.
charliemike12/06/2019 21:27

I’m about 120kg and I see these are limited to 100kg. Anyone know if I c …I’m about 120kg and I see these are limited to 100kg. Anyone know if I could use 2 scooters, one under each foot


I know you're being funny but these things can take 120kg no problem.
I'm 6'5" and pushing 140kg and use them all the time in Paris and Madrid. I'm also faster on them than my considerably smaller girlfriend.
Thanks! Ordered for the dog's ex wife
charliemike12/06/2019 21:27

I’m about 120kg and I see these are limited to 100kg. Anyone know if I c …I’m about 120kg and I see these are limited to 100kg. Anyone know if I could use 2 scooters, one under each foot


One of my friends is 150kg and he tried my scooter and it's completely fine. Their build quality is impeccable
charliemike12/06/2019 21:27

I’m about 120kg and I see these are limited to 100kg. Anyone know if I c …I’m about 120kg and I see these are limited to 100kg. Anyone know if I could use 2 scooters, one under each foot


You need to weigh 200kg first
A reminder........ there is a recall on this scooter for a small screw fix.
Someone said on here they will be sent to France so I wouldn't buy it yet.

I weight 118kg and i find it slow up small hills and if it medium hill then you will have to walk.

It takes time and skill to use this, I kept jumping off so was annoying as I hit my foot.
Downhill you dont use throttle, put your hands on breaks incase and let it go itself.
Edited by: "Misslovely" 13th Jun
If you fart while riding this, it's like a turbo effect.
Misslovely13/06/2019 09:46

A reminder........ there is a recall on this scooter for a small screw …A reminder........ there is a recall on this scooter for a small screw fix. Someone said on here they will be sent to France so I wouldn't buy it yet. I weight 118kg and i find it slow up small hills and if it medium hill then you will have to walk.It takes time and skill to use this, I kept jumping off so was annoying as I hit my foot. Downhill you dont use throttle, put your hands on breaks incase and let it go itself.


It's a relatively small number of units, and apparently only those manufactured during a 2-3 month time frame back in 2018. I would say that it's unlikely you'll get one of these dodgy models, but if you do, it is a free return/repair anyway...
ReflexReact13/06/2019 15:00

It's a relatively small number of units, and apparently only those …It's a relatively small number of units, and apparently only those manufactured during a 2-3 month time frame back in 2018. I would say that it's unlikely you'll get one of these dodgy models, but if you do, it is a free return/repair anyway...


I bought mine from halfords and they are the ones in recall.
Misslovely13/06/2019 15:04

I bought mine from halfords and they are the ones in recall.


When did you buy it?
ReflexReact13/06/2019 15:00

It's a relatively small number of units, and apparently only those …It's a relatively small number of units, and apparently only those manufactured during a 2-3 month time frame back in 2018. I would say that it's unlikely you'll get one of these dodgy models, but if you do, it is a free return/repair anyway...


7406 units in the UK (mine is one, and I only got it a month ago)

*Bought from Pure Scooters
Edited by: "milkmanchris" 13th Jun
ReflexReact13/06/2019 15:08

When did you buy it?


Maybe 2 month ago when the 20% trade promotion was on.
sirsmokesalot10/06/2019 20:36

lol at the comments about insurance and liability etc. i got hit twice in …lol at the comments about insurance and liability etc. i got hit twice in London by cyclists. Once walking on a pavement, and once driving my car.Guess what both cyclists did? yeah they cycled off.



Sir, perhaps if you didn't smoke a lot you'd be able to catch them?

The point being, riding a bike is a legal activity. Even riding a bike on a footway is allowed given certain guidelines form the Home Office. At present, riding these e-scooters isn't legal and I would guess your personal liability insurance would not cover you doing an illegal activity should you be caught or be of suitable moral substance to not scoot off.
Misslovely13/06/2019 15:09

Maybe 2 month ago when the 20% trade promotion was on.


Thanks for replying. Did you go through the recall form on their site - have they advised you on how it'll be repaired yet? What the process or timelines are?
ReflexReact13/06/2019 16:17

Thanks for replying. Did you go through the recall form on their site - …Thanks for replying. Did you go through the recall form on their site - have they advised you on how it'll be repaired yet? What the process or timelines are?


Only a reply that uk is the 1st in list.
Nothing else
Just got mine from pure scooters. I'm a bit scared of it now.
sonofgojira13/06/2019 17:50

Just got mine from pure scooters. I'm a bit scared of it now.


I'd have thought you'd be OK with it, given you're a copper and all that
Mrswitch13/06/2019 17:53

I'd have thought you'd be OK with it, given you're a copper and all that …I'd have thought you'd be OK with it, given you're a copper and all that


Lol. I tried it in the garden. Scared myself.
sonofgojira13/06/2019 17:54

Lol. I tried it in the garden. Scared myself.


I'd like to have seen that
arsestar10/06/2019 18:46

I police the streets of London and wouldn't stop anyone on one of these …I police the streets of London and wouldn't stop anyone on one of these purely because I'd rather be doing something productive like trying to stop actual criminals.


thank you for your service arsestar
sonofgojira13/06/2019 17:54

Lol. I tried it in the garden. Scared myself.


Set yourself loose in the park, not garden.
Misslovely13/06/2019 09:46

A reminder........ there is a recall on this scooter for a small screw …A reminder........ there is a recall on this scooter for a small screw fix. Someone said on here they will be sent to France so I wouldn't buy it yet. I weight 118kg and i find it slow up small hills and if it medium hill then you will have to walk.It takes time and skill to use this, I kept jumping off so was annoying as I hit my foot. Downhill you dont use throttle, put your hands on breaks incase and let it go itself.


Congratulations! You've lost 2 kg
ricardasgudkovas10/06/2019 19:06

produced between October 27, 2018 and December 5, 2018, and are primarily …produced between October 27, 2018 and December 5, 2018, and are primarily concentrated in the United Kingdom (7849pcs)


Mine is one of them
With stupid restrictive laws, it's no wonder why business packs up and goes abroad... frigging anything fun the government bans or restricts. Wish I was in the US as they can get anything, here it'll most likely be banned, they even ruined Electric Bicycles, they only do 15.5mph, but you pedal faster than that, so they're useless. All the Scooters in this country are 250w, that's not even enough to handle a grown male.
Really want one of these, I stopped driving last year and my mobility is greatly reduced (health reasons) I have only been outside the house twice in the last 3 months and I quite literally feel locked in, isolated and it's started to affect me mentally. The bus services here are a joke and I can't afford to get taxis here there and everywhere.
Something like this would give me some mobility back and allow me to go and visit my friends or go to the shops. I would happily get one but I can't risk buying one only to have the police confiscate it and possibly have a fine (I can't afford to risk that amount of money).
The law needs to change, I understand that there are idiots amongst us but you can't punish the majority because of the actions of a few. These personal mobility devices are part of the answer to short distance travel and cutting down on car use and pollution. They are perfect for those travelling to work in the city or for people like me who need something small for their own personal mobility.
everyone here is such a wuss...
If people didn't risk buying those the government will never consider changing "modern" law from 1835

bikes are more dangerous as you're sitting higher, also takes a lot longer to stop, because most times people have 1 working brake or two barely, no lights (most scooters have them build-in)

man up
wear a helmet, have extra rear lights on and enjoy your scooter
Iif your watching BBC BREAKFAST, then you may have seen these BIRD SCOOTERS on there as part of the technology festival based in HEREAST/Olympic park Stratford.

’ve seen these BIRD scooters in the park and this article is a good read as to why Electric’s are excellent but can’t actually be used atm, but has some good insight as to where they’re and legislation is moving towards:

wired.co.uk/art…ark
Bought for £282 with 5 days delivery at AliExpress with Spain stock
Seems like a lot of people excited about this/these. Apart from the illegal stuff that's been covered, doesn't bother anyone else that you look like a proper nob riding one of these around?
Craccer14/06/2019 09:46

Seems like a lot of people excited about this/these. Apart from the …Seems like a lot of people excited about this/these. Apart from the illegal stuff that's been covered, doesn't bother anyone else that you look like a proper nob riding one of these around?


No more of a nob than you and your chavvy BMW!
ReflexReact14/06/2019 10:07

No more of a nob than you and your chavvy BMW!


No, massively more so. East London is full of them, stereotypical.

I don't drive, but I do own a car and it's not a BMW...so yeah, nice try, but fail nonetheless. Even still, I guarantee noone sees my car go by and thinks "wow, what a chav", whilst I guarantee people look at someone on a motorised scooter and think hipster manchild.
Craccer14/06/2019 10:13

No, massively more so. East London is full of them, stereotypical.I don't …No, massively more so. East London is full of them, stereotypical.I don't drive, but I do own a car and it's not a BMW...so yeah, nice try, but fail nonetheless. Even still, I guarantee noone sees my car go by and thinks "wow, what a chav", whilst I guarantee people look at someone on a motorised scooter and think hipster manchild.


LOL if you're so anti this new green form of transport (which I cannot see anyone defending the practical uses of for, say, commuting through London), then why are you even on this thread? Get a life mate.
ReflexReact14/06/2019 10:28

LOL if you're so anti this new green form of transport (which I cannot see …LOL if you're so anti this new green form of transport (which I cannot see anyone defending the practical uses of for, say, commuting through London), then why are you even on this thread? Get a life mate.


Reviewing deals and sharing opinions...you know, what a forum/deal site is for. Walking is pretty green...so are bikes. They're also legal and don't inconvenience pedestrians. I also didn't say I was anti green modes of transport either, you've just brought that in to try and position your argument on the righteous side...absolute weapon.
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