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PRO VERSION M365 Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Mijia - £369.68 @ AliExpress Deals / MC-TECH Store
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PRO VERSION M365 Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Mijia - £369.68 @ AliExpress Deals / MC-TECH Store

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Seems a good price just now - ordered one for myself. It ships from Spain. Looks like it comes with a 1 year warranty as well. The seller gets good reviews.
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Chiptivo04/02/2020 20:57

Cheaper at Halfords for an official UK one with 2 years warranty.


Nope. 39837179-T5fJY.jpg
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Cheaper at Halfords for an official UK one with 2 years warranty.
Chiptivo04/02/2020 20:57

Cheaper at Halfords for an official UK one with 2 years warranty.


Nope. 39837179-T5fJY.jpg
mattheeew04/02/2020 20:59

https://www.halfords.com/kids-zone/scooters/electric-scooters/xiaomi-m365-pro-electric-scooter-blackIt's £499 at Halfords. This deal is £130 cheaper.


Just did the same as you, halfords showing £499 for me too. Voting this deal hot
By the way I've got the pro too, you made a good choice
mattheeew04/02/2020 20:59

https://www.halfords.com/kids-zone/scooters/electric-scooters/xiaomi-m365-pro-electric-scooter-blackIt's £499 at Halfords. This deal is £130 cheaper.


Change the title to start with PRO VERSION. The idiots can’t read and are mistaking this for the standard version.
migavupe04/02/2020 21:03

Change the title to start with PRO VERSION. The idiots can’t read and are m …Change the title to start with PRO VERSION. The idiots can’t read and are mistaking this for the standard version.


Updated! Hopefully everyone can understand now.
Can I ride to work on the cycle lanes?
Chiptivo04/02/2020 21:33

Can I ride to work on the cycle lanes?


I think you already know the answer!
Chiptivo04/02/2020 21:33

Can I ride to work on the cycle lanes?


It would be perfect for that
What’s the difference between the standard and pro version?
tommyboy8104/02/2020 21:47

It would be perfect for that


Thanks for the confirmation. Purchased.
I bought my pro in December from Halfords. Weirdly the red reflective stickers were actually yellow on mine and not the usual red ones. Is this common? Still trying to work out if it's because they've changed the stickers on all new models or because it may have been produced in a different factory?

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Edited by: "Hassann" 5th Feb
The £90 Million needed will take at least another 2 year to be put in place....

I'm hanging off until they are legal and i'll be getting one for about 30 quid inc the battery

fleetnews.co.uk/new…ety

maxmix
Edited by: "maxmix" 4th Feb
maxmix04/02/2020 23:13

The £90 Million needed will take at least another 2 year to be put in …The £90 Million needed will take at least another 2 year to be put in place....I'm hanging off until they are legal and i'll be getting one for about 30 quid inc the battery https://www.fleetnews.co.uk/news/company-car-tax-and-legislation/2020/02/04/relaxing-e-scooter-laws-bad-for-road-safetymaxmix


Also 90 million nationwide to be shared between all towns/cities is nothing. That'll be 25 metres of bike path each. Sadly the government just doesn't care enough.
johnnystorm05/02/2020 07:14

Also 90 million nationwide to be shared between all towns/cities is …Also 90 million nationwide to be shared between all towns/cities is nothing. That'll be 25 metres of bike path each. Sadly the government just doesn't care enough.


Yeah it's a pity really. I think it will be after 2022 actually, once they sort out all the legality, limiting them, roads only, helmets, 1 person per scooter, I can't wait to grab one, they look fun devices etc, but yeah no cash in it for a while yet for the Government so until then i'll just have to keep filling the tank of the Subaru as I have done over the last few years

maxmix
johnnystorm05/02/2020 07:14

Also 90 million nationwide to be shared between all towns/cities is …Also 90 million nationwide to be shared between all towns/cities is nothing. That'll be 25 metres of bike path each. Sadly the government just doesn't care enough.

Holgmaster04/02/2020 21:56

What’s the difference between the standard and pro version?


Pro has larger battery capacity, heavier as a result, plus the motor operates at a slightly higher wattage, 300w vs the 250w (but don't quote me) of the standard m365 - so the pro can better sustain its speed up slightly steeper inclines, plus the added battery means an increased range between charges, which on the pro will take longer to top up to 100%.
Pro comes fitted with a speed display and a 3 mode drive selector - eco, drive, sport (but you can purchase 3rd party circuit boards and cover it with an aftermarket dash panel cover - circuit ~£15, display cover anything from £1.50 to £5), and convert a standard m365 to have those features using firmware witchcraft.

I've made the mod to my m365 non-pro, and it's a straightforward fix that doesn't need a computing degree. Net result, I get the 3 driving modes, speed display plus the firmware adjusts the initial ramp up power to the motor to allow better initial acceleration/steeper incline ability (obviously haven't tested against a pro version, but I've noticed less decreasing of speed when climbing up the same hills I did before I changed the firmware).
Vanilla m365 purchased during Halfords promo a fraction under £260, comes with the extra set of tyres and inner tubes, plus the 2 year UK official warranty. Factor in the £20 mod if you want the lighter unit with the bells and whistles of the pro.

You picks, you choose.
The pro, being a heavier ride, will have more momentum, so factor in that it will likely take longer to stop.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 5th Feb
2 left shipping from Spain now, 20 odd from Russia.
TopTrump05/02/2020 15:28

Pro has larger battery capacity, heavier as a result, plus the motor …Pro has larger battery capacity, heavier as a result, plus the motor operates at a slightly higher wattage, 300w vs the 250w (but don't quote me) of the standard m365 - so the pro can better sustain its speed up slightly steeper inclines, plus the added battery means an increased range between charges, which on the pro will take longer to top up to 100%.Pro comes fitted with a speed display and a 3 mode drive selector - eco, drive, sport (but you can purchase 3rd party circuit boards and cover it with an aftermarket dash panel cover - circuit ~£15, display cover anything from £1.50 to £5), and convert a standard m365 to have those features using firmware witchcraft.I've made the mod to my m365 non-pro, and it's a straightforward fix that doesn't need a computing degree. Net result, I get the 3 driving modes, speed display plus the firmware adjusts the initial ramp up power to the motor to allow better initial acceleration/steeper incline ability (obviously haven't tested against a pro version, but I've noticed less decreasing of speed when climbing up the same hills I did before I changed the firmware).Vanilla m365 purchased during Halfords promo a fraction under £260, comes with the extra set of tyres and inner tubes, plus the 2 year UK official warranty. Factor in the £20 mod if you want the lighter unit with the bells and whistles of the pro.You picks, you choose.The pro, being a heavier ride, will have more momentum, so factor in that it will likely take longer to stop.


Good description but from my comparison it's really much simpler. If your under 80kg get the standard, if your 80kg or more get the pro.
Edited by: "Wibblefish" 6th Feb
TopTrump05/02/2020 15:28

Pro has larger battery capacity, heavier as a result, plus the motor …Pro has larger battery capacity, heavier as a result, plus the motor operates at a slightly higher wattage, 300w vs the 250w (but don't quote me) of the standard m365 - so the pro can better sustain its speed up slightly steeper inclines, plus the added battery means an increased range between charges, which on the pro will take longer to top up to 100%.Pro comes fitted with a speed display and a 3 mode drive selector - eco, drive, sport (but you can purchase 3rd party circuit boards and cover it with an aftermarket dash panel cover - circuit ~£15, display cover anything from £1.50 to £5), and convert a standard m365 to have those features using firmware witchcraft.I've made the mod to my m365 non-pro, and it's a straightforward fix that doesn't need a computing degree. Net result, I get the 3 driving modes, speed display plus the firmware adjusts the initial ramp up power to the motor to allow better initial acceleration/steeper incline ability (obviously haven't tested against a pro version, but I've noticed less decreasing of speed when climbing up the same hills I did before I changed the firmware).Vanilla m365 purchased during Halfords promo a fraction under £260, comes with the extra set of tyres and inner tubes, plus the 2 year UK official warranty. Factor in the £20 mod if you want the lighter unit with the bells and whistles of the pro.You picks, you choose.The pro, being a heavier ride, will have more momentum, so factor in that it will likely take longer to stop.


Only other thing I'd add is the pro has a slightly bigger brake and having had the standard m365 and the pro I'd actually say the pro stops slightly better
maxmix05/02/2020 11:11

Yeah it's a pity really. I think it will be after 2022 actually, once they …Yeah it's a pity really. I think it will be after 2022 actually, once they sort out all the legality, limiting them, roads only, helmets, 1 person per scooter, I can't wait to grab one, they look fun devices etc, but yeah no cash in it for a while yet for the Government so until then i'll just have to keep filling the tank of the Subaru as I have done over the last few years :(maxmix


2022+

bbc.com/new…903
dothedealnow06/02/2020 15:44

2022+https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-51375903


Maybe 2023 after the £90 Million has been spent on London, York, Birmingham and Manchester, I don't think there will be much cash left after this for the rest of the road work which is needing done.....

Quite funny when people mention some sites are giving a 2 year warranty, these Scooters will all be in the scrap heap by the time they are legal to use in the UK

Germany is having some issues now with accidents, so that wont do the study for this year

I can't wait to get one ! I'll be about 55 when I can lol

A lot of companies will start to bail out in the UK very soon

bbc.co.uk/new…532

maxmix
maxmix06/02/2020 16:00

Maybe 2023 after the £90 Million has been spent on London, York, …Maybe 2023 after the £90 Million has been spent on London, York, Birmingham and Manchester, I don't think there will be much cash left after this for the rest of the road work which is needing done.....Quite funny when people mention some sites are giving a 2 year warranty, these Scooters will all be in the scrap heap by the time they are legal to use in the UKGermany is having some issues now with accidents, so that wont do the study for this year I can't wait to get one ! I'll be about 55 when I can lolA lot of companies will start to bail out in the UK very soon https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-51066532maxmix


Yup £90M will do between 100-400 miles to improve current roads for safe micromobility use. There are 400 miles of key main road in Manchester alone.......
dothedealnow06/02/2020 15:44

2022+https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-51375903


I just read the article (thanks for sharing) but I don’t see any indications or references to a proposed or actual date. Did I miss something? Or is it just speculation? TIA
Many thanks OP. After months of seeing similar deals and reading all the comments and thinking about how I have no spare money I finally just went for it, using your link, today. I will likely have to hide it in its box for several months anyway as I can’t bring myself to tell my wiser, better half that I bought ‘another thing’.
This may be my last post for a while as I feel I may have to unsubscribe from HUKD until my credit is restored (both with my wife and with my bank).
I may never get the thing out of the box and may just re-sell it as it’s possible to get a tidy profit if a £1 selling fee pops up on an Auction site. On the other hand, I may be seen blazing a trail from my house to my child’s nursery on my WFH days, folding the thing and shoving it under the buggy on the walk home. Or maybe on those Saturday mornings when I forgot the eggs or milk or fancy some bacon, I can scoot out and back in just a few mins. Not sure about the commute - I like walking, the 20 mins to the tube, and I worry about locking it up all day, but the idea is sound.

I definitely don’t want to be fined or get points on my licence but so far have not seen any indication of this happening in London. I see plenty of these scooters every day in zone 3 and 1, often zooming passed police cars or officers and have never seen anyone be stopped. But I’ll worry about regularly using it until they are allowed. I 100% think they will be. I absolutely do not think that minority groups, luddites, or fearful differently abled pedestrians will get their preference. Some common sense and some safety regulations will help.

Again thanks.

Oh, OP - I presume you received yours? Any detail on quality, wait time, packaging, expectations, problems?

I have a small window in which to cancel if anything bad.

TTFN
ju5ti15/02/2020 12:52

Many thanks OP. After months of seeing similar deals and reading all the …Many thanks OP. After months of seeing similar deals and reading all the comments and thinking about how I have no spare money I finally just went for it, using your link, today. I will likely have to hide it in its box for several months anyway as I can’t bring myself to tell my wiser, better half that I bought ‘another thing’.This may be my last post for a while as I feel I may have to unsubscribe from HUKD until my credit is restored (both with my wife and with my bank). I may never get the thing out of the box and may just re-sell it as it’s possible to get a tidy profit if a £1 selling fee pops up on an Auction site. On the other hand, I may be seen blazing a trail from my house to my child’s nursery on my WFH days, folding the thing and shoving it under the buggy on the walk home. Or maybe on those Saturday mornings when I forgot the eggs or milk or fancy some bacon, I can scoot out and back in just a few mins. Not sure about the commute - I like walking, the 20 mins to the tube, and I worry about locking it up all day, but the idea is sound.I definitely don’t want to be fined or get points on my licence but so far have not seen any indication of this happening in London. I see plenty of these scooters every day in zone 3 and 1, often zooming passed police cars or officers and have never seen anyone be stopped. But I’ll worry about regularly using it until they are allowed. I 100% think they will be. I absolutely do not think that minority groups, luddites, or fearful differently abled pedestrians will get their preference. Some common sense and some safety regulations will help.Again thanks.Oh, OP - I presume you received yours? Any detail on quality, wait time, packaging, expectations, problems?I have a small window in which to cancel if anything bad.TTFN


I think you made a great decision!


I've got my M365 Pro and it's fantastic. The build quality is really nice. I actually cancelled my AliExpress order because it was taking a few days to ship. I ordered a refurbished one from a UK dealer which advertised it had 30 miles on the clock but when I received it it was covered in scratches and the app says it's done 300 miles!

I re-ordered one from AliExpress from the flash deals section on the app for £359. That is due to arrive on Monday. Much faster delivery than the one I originally posted.

I'm returning the refurbished one today because there's too many issues with it. The brakes are worn out as well!
ju5ti15/02/2020 12:39

I just read the article (thanks for sharing) but I don’t see any i …I just read the article (thanks for sharing) but I don’t see any indications or references to a proposed or actual date. Did I miss something? Or is it just speculation? TIA


ft.com/con…5f5
dothedealnow17/02/2020 20:30

https://www.ft.com/content/7adc822e-4ce2-11ea-95a0-43d18ec715f5


Germany has had so many accidents it's unreal....

The people who think this is coming to the UK (Legally) soon have not got a clue lol

And once a few major deaths are caused, It will likely be a big No No here also....

You pay your money you take your chance, just dont cause a serious accident or kill someone with an escooter and you will be fine (for now)

If it ever all gets sorted out here in the UK i'd be the 1st to buy one

maxmix
maxmix17/02/2020 20:51

Germany has had so many accidents it's unreal....The people who think this …Germany has had so many accidents it's unreal....The people who think this is coming to the UK (Legally) soon have not got a clue lolAnd once a few major deaths are caused, It will likely be a big No No here also....You pay your money you take your chance, just dont cause a serious accident or kill someone with an escooter and you will be fine (for now)If it ever all gets sorted out here in the UK i'd be the 1st to buy one ;)maxmix


Yup, I'd buy one if they were made legal, the roads were safer and I was 4 stone lighter!
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