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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Mijia M365 Pro £320.45 Delivered (Via EU Warehouse) Using Code @ DHgate / Xiaomiyoupin
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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Mijia M365 Pro £320.45 Delivered (Via EU Warehouse) Using Code @ DHgate / Xiaomiyoupin

£320.45£35710%DHgate Deals
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Posted 12th Nov 2019

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

Great price on the pro model using code scooter350
It's dispatched via an EU warehouse (ES)

Over the standard M365 this has a bigger battery and is more powerful, which in turn gives you more range and more power on inclines. It will take longer to fully charge though, so you might want to keep that in mind.

Note:
As many of you will know using these on public roads / pavements isn't a legal option. You currently have to use them on private land (with permission) This may change in the future.

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anthony6912/11/2019 17:27

They are a nightmare if you are a pedestrian and get hit by one of these …They are a nightmare if you are a pedestrian and get hit by one of these things. I hope everyone who uses them illegally on paths and roads get a fine, just saying.


No different to a bicycle, people actually fly around towns faster than these go.
anthony6912/11/2019 17:27

They are a nightmare if you are a pedestrian and get hit by one of these …They are a nightmare if you are a pedestrian and get hit by one of these things. I hope everyone who uses them illegally on paths and roads get a fine, just saying.

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The chances of being spotted riding by a police officer are small. If you're riding it carefully the chances of you being stopped are smaller. If you're polite the chances of you being issued with a fixed penalty ticket are smaller still. Yes, they're not currently legal, but neither is speeding.
The_Name_With_No_Man12/11/2019 11:35

Not legal to ride in any public place- Government guidance


I was looking after your stupid comment on here and of course i’ve found it.Get a life and move forward.Stop repeting this story on all the scooters deals
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Bargain!
Great price for the pro shipped from EU.

Great fun on roads and pavements and don't let anyone tell you otherwise!
Very good price for the Pro.
Just the non-UK retailer element that doesn't appeal.

Longer range vs longer charge times and heavier weight. That's what you need to debate with yourself about.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 12th Nov 2019
I used an electric scooter in Paris recently. Huge fun.
As a cyclist who uses a small wheeled bike (a Brompton) I found the tiny wheels of a scooter make for a slightly more unstable ride. You feel every minor road/pavement variation. Using handle signals can be problematic driving a small wheeled vehicle with one hand
Why bother with hand signals? Well, they state the intention of the driver for the benefit of other road users. People not using hand signals pose a potential hazard to themselves and others
gainsay12/11/2019 11:25

I used an electric scooter in Paris recently. Huge fun.As a cyclist who …I used an electric scooter in Paris recently. Huge fun.As a cyclist who uses a small wheeled bike (a Brompton) I found the tiny wheels of a scooter make for a slightly more unstable ride. You feel every minor road/pavement variation. Using handle signals can be problematic driving a small wheeled vehicle with one hand Why bother with hand signals? Well, they state the intention of the driver for the benefit of other road users. People not using hand signals pose a potential hazard to themselves and others


Incidentally, I voted hot. Good find.
scorchioooooooooo.

ordered it yesterday at £340. just cancelled and re-ordered for £320.46.

happy days!
Edited by: "plath" 15th Nov 2019
Not legal to ride in any public place- Government guidance
How reliable is DHgate? Is the item genuine? What happen if the delivery missing? Easy to get refund back?
janlim12/11/2019 11:38

How reliable is DHgate? Is the item genuine? What happen if the delivery …How reliable is DHgate? Is the item genuine? What happen if the delivery missing? Easy to get refund back?


Just buy it on your credit card then you have section 75 protection for any misrepresentation or breach of contract.
Edited by: "plath" 12th Nov 2019
plath12/11/2019 11:57

Just buy it on your credit card then you have section 75 protection for …Just buy it on your credit card then you have section 75 protection for any misrepresentation or breach of contract.


Thank you for the information. I am going for it. Hopefully it arrives in one pieces and don't get caught by the policemen.
good price, i paid £80 more a few month back, but from a uk seller with next day delivery and 2 year guarantee, any claim under the guarantee as far as i know (correct me if im wrong) has to be dealt with and is the sellers responsibility to arrange, no mention what i can see of any guarantee from this seller and if there was i doubt it would be honoured and or would be at the cost of the purchaser to send back for repair or replace.
Edited by: "sola35" 12th Nov 2019
Its showing dollar currency.. How can i change into sterling pounds plz ?
Boy, will the missus be miffed. Have been waiting for her to give the OK for so long (she's a lawyer and so, it's basically a firm 'NO' until it's legalised) and then she popped out the house when I checked onto this HUKD app to find it at this amazingly cheap price. Looks like I won't be getting a crimbo pressie for her next month, but so excited to try this baby out. HOT from me!
Why is it saying only 5 km battery life in spec (above)?
Says code has been used
Are dh gate the biggest supplier of fake goods in Asia?
Great price, paid just under £350 just a few weeks ago
sola3512/11/2019 12:24

good price, i paid £80 more a few month back, but from a uk seller with …good price, i paid £80 more a few month back, but from a uk seller with next day delivery and 2 year guarantee, any claim under the guarantee as far as i know (correct me if im wrong) has to be dealt with and is the sellers responsibility to arrange, no mention what i can see of any guarantee from this seller and if there was i doubt it would be honoured and or would be at the cost of the purchaser to send back for repair or replace.


Where did you get yours from mate? £400 for the Pro model?
Edited by: "Mr.Nutts" 12th Nov 2019
janlim12/11/2019 11:38

How reliable is DHgate? Is the item genuine? What happen if the delivery …How reliable is DHgate? Is the item genuine? What happen if the delivery missing? Easy to get refund back?


Order this exact scooter from DHgate a few weeks ago. Arrived from Spain in around a week. It was a genuine m365 pro. Also ordered on my credit card just incase
sohi_7912/11/2019 12:33

Its showing dollar currency.. How can i change into sterling pounds plz ?


At the end of the order process it shows you the price in pounds
madhouse7712/11/2019 12:36

Why is it saying only 5 km battery life in spec (above)?


It's a misprint, I ordered this same scooter from these guys a few weeks ago. It's a genuine pro so should say a range of 45km. Although bank on half that in reality unless you weigh the same as a small Chinese lady
Mr.Nutts12/11/2019 12:58

Where did you get yours from mate? £400 for the Pro model?


eBay from a authorised Xiaomi reseller, when they had a 10% off code and with quidco cash back made it around £400 delivered
This or the regular version for £262?
Edited by: "Norseg" 12th Nov 2019
Norseg12/11/2019 13:09

Is it worth the extra? If so why?


Yes. More range, can go quicker on hills, is slightly more stable (as its slightly wider and has higher bars) and if you were to change the software has a higher top speed.
Norseg12/11/2019 13:09

Is it worth the extra? If so why?


Longer range and more power.
tommyboy8112/11/2019 13:12

Yes. More range, can go quicker on hills, is slightly more stable (as its …Yes. More range, can go quicker on hills, is slightly more stable (as its slightly wider and has higher bars) and if you were to change the software has a higher top speed.


35 km per hour is the max i could get mine to go, don’t think the motor can handle any faster.
tommyboy8112/11/2019 13:12

Yes. More range, can go quicker on hills, is slightly more stable (as its …Yes. More range, can go quicker on hills, is slightly more stable (as its slightly wider and has higher bars) and if you were to change the software has a higher top speed.


I heard about hacking regular M365 too what would be the difference in terms of speed and battery/mileage if they both are hacked
B12M12/11/2019 12:33

Boy, will the missus be miffed. Have been waiting for her to give the OK …Boy, will the missus be miffed. Have been waiting for her to give the OK for so long (she's a lawyer and so, it's basically a firm 'NO' until it's legalised) and then she popped out the house when I checked onto this HUKD app to find it at this amazingly cheap price. Looks like I won't be getting a crimbo pressie for her next month, but so excited to try this baby out. HOT from me!


Priorities - can't love others if you don't love yourself first.
patg200512/11/2019 12:56

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Never meant to offend, just seen v similar last week at £245....so it would have to make my tea minimum for the extra cost... so for me cold, esp as can be taken off you by the Police as illegal on our footpaths.....
Max load 100kg... that’s me out of the equation
Why do people still take the risk of using these on the public road / pavements. The police Are definitely cracking down on this more now and too right. I think you get a fine and points.
Edited by: "anthony69" 12th Nov 2019
The chances of being spotted riding by a police officer are small. If you're riding it carefully the chances of you being stopped are smaller. If you're polite the chances of you being issued with a fixed penalty ticket are smaller still. Yes, they're not currently legal, but neither is speeding.
anthony6912/11/2019 14:38

Why do people still take the risk of using these on the public road / …Why do people still take the risk of using these on the public road / pavements. The police Are definitely cracking down on this more now and too right. I think you get a fine and points.


Cos we save time, money on parking and petrol/the environment. Measured risk taking
benhan8912/11/2019 16:59

Cos we save time, money on parking and petrol/the environment. Measured …Cos we save time, money on parking and petrol/the environment. Measured risk taking


They are a nightmare if you are a pedestrian and get hit by one of these things. I hope everyone who uses them illegally on paths and roads get a fine, just saying.
Edited by: "anthony69" 12th Nov 2019
anthony6912/11/2019 17:27

They are a nightmare if you are a pedestrian and get hit by one of these …They are a nightmare if you are a pedestrian and get hit by one of these things. I hope everyone who uses them illegally on paths and roads get a fine, just saying.


No different to a bicycle, people actually fly around towns faster than these go.
I’m looking for a lightweight foldable scooter, range isn’t that important. I’m looking for portability.
Aw man, I used the $30 off code from the other day on this model and got it for £340 thinking it was a bargain! Should have waited a day and saved £20
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