Xiaomi M365 Folding Electric Scooter  -  BLACK  **FLASH SALE ** £263.44 @ Gearbest
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Xiaomi M365 Folding Electric Scooter - BLACK **FLASH SALE ** £263.44 @ Gearbest

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Found 5th Dec 2017
This is by the far cheapest I've ever seen this scooter at.

There are only 59 left at the time of posting this deal.



Here are the details of the scooter.

- The electric scooter comes with a dual-brake system. The front wheel has E-ABS anti-lock system, while the rear wheel uses mechanical disk brake. The braking distance can be shortened to 4 meters, making your riding much safer
- Powered by 18650 lithium-ion battery pack with a battery capacity of 280Wh and offering an overlong cruising distance of 30km
- It adopts intelligent BMS battery management system. You can know the battery conditions through the APP downloaded in your mobile phone
- 6 protection functions: short-circuit protection, over-current protection, overcharge protection, over-discharge protection, low-voltage protection, and temperature anomaly protection
- Kinetic energy recovery system. The electric scooter has a kinetic energy recovery system that converts kinetic energy into electric energy and offers a better battery life
- Smart APP. It can track your cycling habits, riding speed, battery life, etc.
- There are 4 LED lights displaying the battery capacity, which is easy to know the power quantity
- 3 seconds quick folding design, stable and convenient

- Model: M365
- 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
- Waterproof grade: IP54
- Pedal ground clearance: 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: 1.1kWh per 100km
- Unfolding size: 108 x 43 x 114cm
- Folding size: 108 x 43 x 49cm
- Net weight: 12.5kg
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maxforrest713 m ago

Was posted yesterday around the 200 pound mark


link?

I did check before posting but couldnt find anything
maxforrest717 m ago

Was posted yesterday around the 200 pound mark


That one was the youth edition.
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maxforrest711 m ago

Search Xiaomi on here it was posted 24 days ago but edited as price …Search Xiaomi on here it was posted 24 days ago but edited as price changed yesterday to 202 pounds n something pence


That is the youth edition (different version)
Are these legal to use on road in the UK?
Edited by: "Arjun7" 5th Dec 2017
Arjun725 m ago

Are these legal to use on road in the UK?


Apparently they are road legal, however as they have a motor they are considered mopeds and as such you have to abide by certain laws e.g completing a CBT, buying insurance and wearing a helmet.

More info here - electricscootersforadultshq.co.uk/ele…uk/

Doubt anyone really cares though, very unlikely you'd get stopped for using a scooter...
Edited by: "GetSchwifty" 5th Dec 2017
hamzahuk2 h, 5 m ago

That is the youth edition (different version)



Yoof version sounds like the one to go for, the unruly life for the moment type and definitely the illegal one.
Here's the Yoof one... hotukdeals.com/dea…031
Edited by: "morrig" 5th Dec 2017
sub £200 i bite ... not sure if it will ever go that low
This version does 30km vs the youth version which does 20km. Both are great deals. Regret pushing the button on the youth version expecting the price to hike back up after black Friday deals. Also note Xiaomi own Segway so they are taking advantage of the technology
Mine arrived last week. Confirmed; they are fantastic and well worth the wait.. Wish it was summer....
GetSchwifty8 h, 30 m ago

Apparently they are road legal, however as they have a motor they are …Apparently they are road legal, however as they have a motor they are considered mopeds and as such you have to abide by certain laws e.g completing a CBT, buying insurance and wearing a helmet.More info here - http://electricscootersforadultshq.co.uk/electric-scooter-laws-in-the-uk/Doubt anyone really cares though, very unlikely you'd get stopped for using a scooter...


UK has stupid laws that it kills my Brian Sells me like fishey fingeys
Youth one max load 120kg, this one max load is 100kg?
Norseg7 h, 18 m ago

UK has stupid laws that it kills my Brian Sells me like fishey fingeys


Poor Brian, "He's not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy!"
PeskyFly9 h, 1 m ago

Youth one max load 120kg, this one max load is 100kg?



Fat kids.
how many lines would you get out this? i work about 6 miles away- wondering if this would be good for summer traveling
Showing $540 to me
My girlfriend order M365 adult version from gearbest using free priority line at 17th november and it comes to me today so its like 3 weeks ,15 working days it goes by ups courier no tax or charge. My girlfriend kills me if i open it now so i must wait till christmas
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Mateusz_F-1017401963496012 h, 58 m ago

My girlfriend order M365 adult version from gearbest using free priority …My girlfriend order M365 adult version from gearbest using free priority line at 17th november and it comes to me today so its like 3 weeks ,15 working days it goes by ups courier no tax or charge. My girlfriend kills me if i open it now so i must wait till christmas


how much she get it for?
hamzahuk3 h, 33 m ago

how much she get it for?



325 pound in promo, with pair of spare tyres and eu plug
Mateusz_F-1017401963496018th Dec

My girlfriend order M365 adult version from gearbest using free priority …My girlfriend order M365 adult version from gearbest using free priority line at 17th november and it comes to me today so its like 3 weeks ,15 working days it goes by ups courier no tax or charge. My girlfriend kills me if i open it now so i must wait till christmas


hi did u get any tracking on it I ordered 1 about the same time but still not heard anything yet
Edited by: "krazyk555" 11th Dec 2017
Krazyk555 Yes i get tracking, first one was dead So i write ticket to gearbest, they give me another its dead aswel till package Come to Poland, i use ups to tracking, try to send tickets to gearbest about your package maybe There is So kind delay Becouse its christmas Time.
I ordered one from Tomtop months ago that took months to arrive. Topcashback tracked and after deducting that I think I paid £250ish. It's okay, I tend to use it when it's quiet and if I take it on the road it's only side streets at quiet times. I'm pretty big, about 6' 2" and with a loaded bag I'm maybe (definitely not higher than) around 120 KG. On the flat it's fine. In eco mode I can get maybe 8 miles of relatively flat use out of it. I put the regenerative braking to max and don't touch the brake unless I have to stop on a hill. Any gradient more than a few degrees I tend to give it some manual assistance. I don't use it much, I only really bought it to see how good it was. The last few days I've been too lazy to fix a flat tyre on my commuting bicycle so I've used the scooter to nip down to the station in normal power mode. I think it's maybe a 3 mile round trip and I've actually not really paid much attention to the battery level after but I think it has always been above 50%. In normal power mode I don't give it any assistance except on a really short steep hill although at some points it does only feel like it's going maybe 5mph. I think my average speed for the 3 mile journey is maybe 7mph.
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omgpleasespamme28 m ago

I ordered one from Tomtop months ago that took months to arrive. …I ordered one from Tomtop months ago that took months to arrive. Topcashback tracked and after deducting that I think I paid £250ish. It's okay, I tend to use it when it's quiet and if I take it on the road it's only side streets at quiet times. I'm pretty big, about 6' 2" and with a loaded bag I'm maybe (definitely not higher than) around 120 KG. On the flat it's fine. In eco mode I can get maybe 8 miles of relatively flat use out of it. I put the regenerative braking to max and don't touch the brake unless I have to stop on a hill. Any gradient more than a few degrees I tend to give it some manual assistance. I don't use it much, I only really bought it to see how good it was. The last few days I've been too lazy to fix a flat tyre on my commuting bicycle so I've used the scooter to nip down to the station in normal power mode. I think it's maybe a 3 mile round trip and I've actually not really paid much attention to the battery level after but I think it has always been above 50%. In normal power mode I don't give it any assistance except on a really short steep hill although at some points it does only feel like it's going maybe 5mph. I think my average speed for the 3 mile journey is maybe 7mph.


Seems like the kind of feedback I was looking for, at around 90kg myself (+rucksack with 5kg of kit) I would assume it wouldnt make a world of a difference in terms of speed and and distance to what you got.

Looks like for myself might need a higher power scooter if they make any with this form factor, or save up for a decent E-bike.
hamzahuk1 h, 34 m ago

Seems like the kind of feedback I was looking for, at around 90kg myself …Seems like the kind of feedback I was looking for, at around 90kg myself (+rucksack with 5kg of kit) I would assume it wouldnt make a world of a difference in terms of speed and and distance to what you got.Looks like for myself might need a higher power scooter if they make any with this form factor, or save up for a decent E-bike.



Physics was never my forte so I'm not really sure on how to go about calculating how the weight would affect speed, acceleration and efficiency. Also bearing in mind height and width would have an impact on wind resistance too, it's considerably slower against the wind. It's kinda weird that the motor is supposedly powerful enough that it can't be used legally on footpaths and for road use requires registration, a helmet and insurance. It's definitely not quicker nor more unsafe than riding a bicycle along the same paths, in fact, if I'm really pushing it (and lights etc are green) I can go from front door to train door in 7 minutes on a bicycle compared to something like a relaxed 13 on this.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 16th Dec 2017
Ordered Youth Edition on 12th November from GearBest and still nothing.
alexandercooper17th Dec

Ordered Youth Edition on 12th November from GearBest and still nothing.

same here....
Same here, ordered on the 11th Nov (youth edition) from Gearbest. When will it come?
Anybody received this yet if so are they as good as they look ?
NickMullally23rd Dec 2017

Anybody received this yet if so are they as good as they look ?


Not had mine though yet. UPS is still waiting on it.
j0bes1st Jan

Thanks to miktil, Use this website to track your package: …Thanks to miktil, Use this website to track your package: faryaa.com/user/index/package-refer (blue button to submit)


Search the tracking number on UPS
any new deals on these?

doesnt GB charge import tax?
I'd rather walk
Got mine, took 2 months and no import tax
alexandercooper19th Feb

Got mine, took 2 months and no import tax



Found out about this because a company called Bird are using this exact scooter for rentals in LA and San Diego:
sandiegouniontribune.com/new…htm
So I'm pretty tempted to get one and I noticed you can either order from Hong Kong, China or Euro warehouses, which did you choose? Thanks
Edited by: "malhal" 8th Mar
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