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What Stands out

  • Max Speed: 25km/h
  • Range: 45km
  • Charging Time: 9 hours
  • Net Weight: 14.2kg

The improved & updated version of the worlds best selling electric scooter

The Xiaomi M365 Pro is the best all-round electric scooter with a top speed of 15mph. This means a 2 mile journey that used to take 30 minutes of walking, now only takes 8 minutes, without crowds, hassle or effort. The new Pro edition boasts:

  • Increased range per charge
  • Better brakes
  • New and improved LED Display
  • Wider deck for more comfirt
  • A powerful motor to help tackle hills

Key Features of the Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter
  • Top speed of 15mph (25km/h)
  • Max Range of 27 miles (45km)
  • 100% charge in 9hrs
  • 3-second quick folding
  • LED-Display showing speed, charge & mode
  • 14.2kg Aluminium frame

Product Information
  • Motor power 300W
  • 12800mAh lithium-ion battery
  • Unfolded dimensions 118 x 43 x 113cm (42 x 17 x 45in)
  • Folded dimensions 113 x 43 x 49cm (44 x 17 x 19in)
  • 8.5in air filled wheels for comfortable ride.
  • Maximum user weight 100kg
  • Manufacturer recommended rider age 16 years+

Whats in the box?
  • 1 x M365 Pro Scooter
  • 1 x Charging Adaptor
  • 1 x T-shape Allen Key
  • 1 x Extension Nozzle
  • 5 x Screws
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x Quick-start guide
  • 1 x Maintenance Card

Please note: We recommend users wear a helmet. Electric scooters must not be used on public highways, pavements, cycle lanes or bridleways, but only on private property with the owner's consent.
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19 Comments
Wait for it...
It’s .... I..... awesome 👊🏻
No suspension a charging time of 9 hours its not very good is it let's be honest.
Mr.Nutts26/02/2020 07:04

Wait for it...



Yes, wait for approval. When it comes there will be regulations that escooters available now will not meet.
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The_Name_With_No_Man26/02/2020 09:29

Yes, wait for approval. When it comes there will be regulations that …Yes, wait for approval. When it comes there will be regulations that escooters available now will not meet.


how do you know they won't meet it .. we don't know what those regulations are. most likely they will be 15mph speed limits, and this will meet it.
I think it would be crazy to allow these to get up to 15mph for use on pavements, 8mph seems like the maximum I would consider acceptable for the safety of pedestrians.
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giltbrook26/02/2020 11:47

I think it would be crazy to allow these to get up to 15mph for use on …I think it would be crazy to allow these to get up to 15mph for use on pavements, 8mph seems like the maximum I would consider acceptable for the safety of pedestrians.


it's the same speed that pedal assist e-bikes are limited at in the EU.
deleted244419126/02/2020 11:54

it's the same speed that pedal assist e-bikes are limited at in the EU.


It is not legal to use e-bikes on the pavement, except where there is a cycle lane on the pavement.

Mobility scooters are limited to only 4mph on the pavement and 8mph on the road.

I had to quickly dodge out the way of an electric scooter being ridden on the pavement the other week, they are a nuisance.
deleted244419126/02/2020 11:23

how do you know they won't meet it .. we don't know what those regulations …how do you know they won't meet it .. we don't know what those regulations are. most likely they will be 15mph speed limits, and this will meet it.


You don't know what the regulations will be. We can be sure that the government wallahs will meddle like they did for electric bicycles, making British requirements unique in the world. That is what they do.
deleted244419126/02/2020 11:23

how do you know they won't meet it .. we don't know what those regulations …how do you know they won't meet it .. we don't know what those regulations are. most likely they will be 15mph speed limits, and this will meet it.


But they are also limited to a max 250W motor which most scooters are 300W plus. Ebikes are only allowed to be peddle assist with only throttle use up to a walking pace, I can see a problem with whichever specs they eventually release as it will probably pee off the ebike users.
Utakos26/02/2020 13:13

But they are also limited to a max 250W motor which most scooters are 300W …But they are also limited to a max 250W motor which most scooters are 300W plus. Ebikes are only allowed to be peddle assist with only throttle use up to a walking pace, I can see a problem with whichever specs they eventually release as it will probably pee off the ebike users.


If the government legalise road use of scooters, they are quite likely to revisit the laws on electric pedal cycles, throttles were legal on e-bikes prior to 2016 because the UK had an exception, I have read that the UK dept for transport had wanted to permit throttles in the current legislation too, but there was an issue with the EU.

The current situation seems discriminatory against ill and disabled e-bike users who need a throttle as an alternative / backup to pedalling so can't replace their old ebike with a new one and stay within the law.
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deleted244419126/02/2020 11:23

how do you know they won't meet it .. we don't know what those regulations …how do you know they won't meet it .. we don't know what those regulations are. most likely they will be 15mph speed limits, and this will meet it.


The regulations are already in.place. Power, brakes, lights, reflectors, bell.......!
deleted244419126/02/2020 11:54

it's the same speed that pedal assist e-bikes are limited at in the EU.


We're not in the EU.
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dothedealnow27/02/2020 16:41

We're not in the EU.


i hadn't noticed ...

you realise that

a) all EU laws are now UK laws, until they are repealed.
b) UK was one of the countries that wanted a PEDEC law
c) We are in a transition period and all EU law still applies.
d) there are thousands and thousands of bikes that conform to these laws in the UK today.
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dothedealnow27/02/2020 16:41

The regulations are already in.place. Power, brakes, lights, reflectors, …The regulations are already in.place. Power, brakes, lights, reflectors, bell.......!


there are NO regulations on e-scooters. they're under consultation now.
deleted244419127/02/2020 17:07

there are NO regulations on e-scooters. they're under consultation now.


Wrong. There are regulation for all vehicles with motors. Escooters meet none of them currently. Which is why they are banned and likely to remain so for quite some time, through the consultation and any subsequent trial.

"E-scooters are classed as a ‘powered transporter’ and are covered by the same laws and regulations that apply to all motor vehicles. As such, e-scooters would need to meet the different requirements (e.g. road tax, technical safety standards) of the Road Traffic Act 1988 to use public roads lawfully. Currently, e-scooters on the market cannot do so."
deleted244419127/02/2020 17:07

i hadn't noticed ... you realise that a) all EU laws are now UK laws, …i hadn't noticed ... you realise that a) all EU laws are now UK laws, until they are repealed. b) UK was one of the countries that wanted a PEDEC law c) We are in a transition period and all EU law still applies. d) there are thousands and thousands of bikes that conform to these laws in the UK today.


Agreed!
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dothedealnow27/02/2020 17:34

Wrong. There are regulation for all vehicles with motors. Escooters meet …Wrong. There are regulation for all vehicles with motors. Escooters meet none of them currently. Which is why they are banned and likely to remain so for quite some time, through the consultation and any subsequent trial."E-scooters are classed as a ‘powered transporter’ and are covered by the same laws and regulations that apply to all motor vehicles. As such, e-scooters would need to meet the different requirements (e.g. road tax, technical safety standards) of the Road Traffic Act 1988 to use public roads lawfully. Currently, e-scooters on the market cannot do so."


Ya ok fair point but the rules are supposedly being drawn up now at least so the press says
Agreed. However I suspect the press is a little optimistic. There will be a consultation, then possibly trials, then possibly regulation and change in current legislation to make a new breed of escooter legal. This could all take years.
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