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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Mijia M365 Pro (from EU) - £358.09 @ Aliexpress Deal / Xiaomi MC Store
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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Mijia M365 Pro (from EU) - £358.09 @ Aliexpress Deal / Xiaomi MC Store

£358.09 Free P&P FreeAliExpress Deals
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Posted 16th JunShipping from Spain

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Update 1
Back in stock in Spain.
Only a few left but hoping they will have more in stock.

Click on Exchange at a few times.3486817-rBtQq.jpgAfter that, you should see the £19.57 as discount at the checkout.
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Select Spain and use code AESS10

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Brand Name: Xiaomi
Power: 600W
Foldable: YES
Voltage: 42V
Applicable People: Unisex
Charging Time: 8-10h
Range Per Charge: 45KM
Certification: ce
Category: Two-wheel Scooter
Model Number: Xiaomi Electric Scooter Pro
Tire Size: 8 inch



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Justsuperman16/06/2020 11:59

Is it worth it for the pro over the standard


Yes, if you're heavy or go up hills

LondonsRichestTramp16/06/2020 12:02

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Ah yes, return of the electric scooter troll. Don't you have better things to do? They'll be legal soon, and with good reason. Get a job.
Edited by: "ReflexReact" 16th Jun
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I dint see the option to exchange the coupon. Could that be user specific?
How do you lock these? Say I want to scoot to my local Tesco, I can't see how to secure it
HotUKDealsHobo16/06/2020 11:32

How do you lock these? Say I want to scoot to my local Tesco, I can't see …How do you lock these? Say I want to scoot to my local Tesco, I can't see how to secure it


Push it round with you
HotUKDealsHobo16/06/2020 11:32

How do you lock these? Say I want to scoot to my local Tesco, I can't see …How do you lock these? Say I want to scoot to my local Tesco, I can't see how to secure it



The bottom of the handlebar stem fits a U-lock nicely round it which you can then pass round a normal cycle rack bar. Also the rear tyre can fit a lock through easy enough. Tyres are very tricky to remove so good luck to a thief trying to get it off!
Out of stock now. Great deal though. Hopefully they come back in soon
HotUKDealsHobo16/06/2020 11:32

How do you lock these? Say I want to scoot to my local Tesco, I can't see …How do you lock these? Say I want to scoot to my local Tesco, I can't see how to secure it


D Lock
HotUKDealsHobo16/06/2020 11:32

How do you lock these? Say I want to scoot to my local Tesco, I can't see …How do you lock these? Say I want to scoot to my local Tesco, I can't see how to secure it


Very convenient to put a shopping basket on it and shop with it. I don't even own a lock, never had a problem going in with it
Would have bought this but given our company isn't returning to the office for a while there's no immediate use
My neighbour bought this during the last deal. I had a few test rides, loved it. Luckily, it is now OOS
Is it worth it for the pro over the standard
smshuk16/06/2020 11:52

Very convenient to put a shopping basket on it and shop with it. I don't …Very convenient to put a shopping basket on it and shop with it. I don't even own a lock, never had a problem going in with it


Does it fit a shopping trolley as well
19DembaBa1916/06/2020 12:08

Does it fit a shopping trolley as well


For sure fits Tesco, Morrison's, Asda
Justsuperman16/06/2020 11:59

Is it worth it for the pro over the standard


Yes, if you're heavy or go up hills

LondonsRichestTramp16/06/2020 12:02

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Ah yes, return of the electric scooter troll. Don't you have better things to do? They'll be legal soon, and with good reason. Get a job.
Edited by: "ReflexReact" 16th Jun
My issue with buying here is returns. My non-pro had to go back to Halfords twice - luckily they just swap for new. I would only buy from a UK store, personally.
I managed to get for £380 summer sale from the Mi Europe store from Spain. Awesome price for the Pro!
LondonsRichestTramp16/06/2020 12:02

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Drugs are illegal whether you are in public or in the privacy of your own land. These are totally legal to use on your own land, or the land of a friend or basically anywhere that isn't public and you have the landowners permission.
Out of stock now!
All gone probably a good thing, this price might have tipped me over toward buying one!
Back now
Great price for the pro. Think everyone should have one, love mine. Heat from me
spoon_200016/06/2020 12:10

Drugs are illegal whether you are in public or in the privacy of your own …Drugs are illegal whether you are in public or in the privacy of your own land. These are totally legal to use on your own land, or the land of a friend or basically anywhere that isn't public and you have the landowners permission.


Not necessarily. Please learn about the topic before you start spreading misinformation about it thanks.

And while we are on the topic of misinformation, let's be honest, these are not being bought to ride from the barn to the house. They are being bought to be used on the roads and pavements, let's stop lying about it shall we?
Does anyone know the best/latest way to mod these for a speed increase,any link would be much appreciated ? (By the way I don’t have the pro I have the earlier version)
If you rent this from someone is it legal to ride outside of private land?
LondonsRichestTramp16/06/2020 12:24

Not necessarily. Please learn about the topic before you start spreading … Not necessarily. Please learn about the topic before you start spreading misinformation about it thanks.And while we are on the topic of misinformation, let's be honest, these are not being bought to ride from the barn to the house. They are being bought to be used on the roads and pavements, let's stop lying about it shall we?

I'm honest I've been riding one of these for a couple of years now. I've been past many many police who havnt cared less. I'm not pretending these are legal to ride on the roads, but if those that enforce the law dont then it cant actually be doing any harm. I'm sure your about to say about insurance or what if you hit someone. I know I'd much rather come into contact with someone on one of these than someone on a mountain bike, these arnt insured but can be ridden on the roads. Just my own view, but I think police take a common sense approach to these scooters, if you ride them like a decent person then you (probably) wont have any problems. If you havnt, try one, there great fun and saves me using my polluting car as often.
Looks like it is out of stock now
LondonsRichestTramp16/06/2020 12:24

Not necessarily. Please learn about the topic before you start spreading … Not necessarily. Please learn about the topic before you start spreading misinformation about it thanks.And while we are on the topic of misinformation, let's be honest, these are not being bought to ride from the barn to the house. They are being bought to be used on the roads and pavements, let's stop lying about it shall we?


Please go on. Which part of comment was misinformation?
Just to add to this, I have bought a scooter from MC TECH STORE and it arrived in good time in good condition.
For those of you that own electric scooters and ride them on the roads. What's your experience with police stopping you? Has anyone had theirs confiscated or been fined?
Jetzki16/06/2020 13:02

For those of you that own electric scooters and ride them on the roads. …For those of you that own electric scooters and ride them on the roads. What's your experience with police stopping you? Has anyone had theirs confiscated or been fined?


I've been past many police and have never thought they looked interested. Had one over 2 years now
tommyboy8116/06/2020 12:35

I'm honest I've been riding one of these for a couple of years now. I've …I'm honest I've been riding one of these for a couple of years now. I've been past many many police who havnt cared less. I'm not pretending these are legal to ride on the roads, but if those that enforce the law dont then it cant actually be doing any harm. I'm sure your about to say about insurance or what if you hit someone. I know I'd much rather come into contact with someone on one of these than someone on a mountain bike, these arnt insured but can be ridden on the roads. Just my own view, but I think police take a common sense approach to these scooters, if you ride them like a decent person then you (probably) wont have any problems. If you havnt, try one, there great fun and saves me using my polluting car as often.


Don't feed the troll. Look at his post history. Ignore him.
rahhjarr16/06/2020 12:19

All gone probably a good thing, this price might have tipped me over …All gone probably a good thing, this price might have tipped me over toward buying one!


There's another seller,ships from Czech Republic, Paid £368.55 after coupon and code get15.

aliexpress.com/ite…PEr
Edited by: "Hyper_Z" 16th Jun
I’m getting £320.71 for the one above?
eadeyboy16/06/2020 13:49

I’m getting £320.71 for the one above?


That's basic, Pro is 384.87 then use code get15
Hyper_Z16/06/2020 14:03

That's basic, Pro is 384.87 then use code get15


Thanks. I’m so tempted
Justsuperman16/06/2020 11:59

Is it worth it for the pro over the standard


Depends how far you want to go. Regular one is fine for most.
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