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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter (UK version with Warranty) £399.99 @ Amazon
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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter (UK version with Warranty) £399.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 21st Jan
Nice to see amazon selling this now, I sorely want one badly. Maybe get rid of my Car, can you get car seat for these?! Yeah, course you can man!

Not eligible for amazon prime, but it's free delivery within 1 - 2 months.

£399.99

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How to Ride the Mi Electric Scooter

Please wear a helmet and knee pads in case of falls and injuries when operating the scooter.

1、Turn on the scooter, and check the power indicator

2、Step on the deck with one foot, and slowly kick off the other

3、When the scooter starts to cruise, put both feet on the deck and press the accelerator

4、The accelerator will keep the current speed, to move faster or slower, kick off the hind leg harder/lighter.

NOTE: The accelerator initiates once the coasting speed exceeds 3.1mph (5 Km/h)



Specifications:

Item Weight: 26.9 lbs
Load Range: 55-220 lbs
Max Speed: Approx. 15.5 mph
Travel Distance: Approx. 18.6 miles
Power Structure: 30 x 18650 lithium battery units
Battery Capacity: 280Wh
Charging Time: Approx. 5 hours
Assembled Product Dimensions: 42.5 x 16.9 x 44.9 inches
Folded Product Dimensions: 42.5 x 16.9 x 19.3 inches
Recommended Tire Pressure: 50 psi (It is suggested to check the tire pressure once every two to three months.)
Package Contents: Assembled Electric Scooter, Extended Nozzle Adapter, 4 x Screws, Hexagon Wrench, 2 x Tires, Charging Adapter, User Manual, Legal Statement, Quick Start Guide, Warranty Card


NOTE: Travel distance is measured under the following conditions: 165.3 pounds load, 77°F weather temperatures, flat road without strong winds, power saving mode, and 9.3 mph constant speeds. Results may vary based on different weight loads, temperature, wind speed, operating habits, and other factors.

The tire pressure may have dropped during shipping and storage. After receiving your product, please check the tire pressure first and add air accordingly. The recommended tire pressure value is 50 psi
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For those asking..

Electric scooters, go-peds, mini-motos, hoverboards and Segways etc. are all examples of vehicles that may be considered in legal terms to be motor vehicles and are therefore subject to all the usual legal requirements that apply to cars or motorcycles e.g. tax, insurance, registration and licensing and driver licensing. They cannot therefore be used on a road unless they conform to the law and many such vehicles will never be 'road legal' as their design fails to meet UK or EC road vehicle standards. Furthermore, such vehicles cannot legally be used on the pavement either, in fact the only place they can be used is on private land with the landowner's permission.

Some people think that because such vehicles are small they are toys and therefore the law doesn't apply but the legislation does not exempt 'toys' and the physical size of the vehicle is no great indicator of whether it's a child's toy.
Edited by: "x7RK" 21st Jan
"Not eligible for amazon prime, but it's free delivery within 1 - 2 months." - are they scooting it here in person?
Why wait upto 2 months, halfords stock them now so can have it in a few days.


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Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 21st Jan
The UK needs to get a grip with their stance on electric bikes & scooters. Do the authorities really think that people are going to get an MOT, road tax and a number plate to whizz along at 17mph? In other countries (Israel or Paris are good examples) these types of vehicle are helping cities to cut congestion and they make a great alternative to crowded public transport too. I would have thought that if the government are committed to having less ICE vehicles - they would 'relax' their approach to legislation for these new types of transport. I can't see what can be wrong with using one of these - but since I don't want to get stopped by the police - I can't buy one for use on the road and I don't want to have to sell it, if I get told I can't use it on the road. I have looked at this Xiaomi in person and I think it is brill - very well made and not like a toy at all.
Edited by: "snowplay" 21st Jan
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B20 or not Witch ...
Brutes50 s ago

B20 or not Witch ...


hahahahahahahahahaha
"Not eligible for amazon prime, but it's free delivery within 1 - 2 months." - are they scooting it here in person?
Keith953438 s ago

"Not eligible for amazon prime, but it's free delivery within 1 - 2 …"Not eligible for amazon prime, but it's free delivery within 1 - 2 months." - are they scooting it here in person?


Lol.... Jeff bezos delivers them in person.
Brutes21/01/2019 16:10

B20 or not Witch ...


Share the joke? Why you being like that?!
loofer1 m ago

Share the joke? Why you being like that?!


I think he's referring to the fact I post a lot of smartphone deals, and people are always asking if the phones I post have band 20, or B20?
!
loofer4 m ago

Share the joke? Why you being like that?!


My apologies, It's just friendlier one for @Mrswitch , Shouldn't had wrote publicly .
Edited by: "Brutes" 21st Jan
aren't these the kind you can't technically use on public roads? quite expensive for an off-road plaything.
Nice to see some more of Xiaomi's vast array of products being officially available over here. Heat added.
I badly want one sorely
For those asking..

Electric scooters, go-peds, mini-motos, hoverboards and Segways etc. are all examples of vehicles that may be considered in legal terms to be motor vehicles and are therefore subject to all the usual legal requirements that apply to cars or motorcycles e.g. tax, insurance, registration and licensing and driver licensing. They cannot therefore be used on a road unless they conform to the law and many such vehicles will never be 'road legal' as their design fails to meet UK or EC road vehicle standards. Furthermore, such vehicles cannot legally be used on the pavement either, in fact the only place they can be used is on private land with the landowner's permission.

Some people think that because such vehicles are small they are toys and therefore the law doesn't apply but the legislation does not exempt 'toys' and the physical size of the vehicle is no great indicator of whether it's a child's toy.
Edited by: "x7RK" 21st Jan
x7RK21/01/2019 16:34

Electric scooters, go-peds, mini-motos, hoverboards and Segways etc. are …Electric scooters, go-peds, mini-motos, hoverboards and Segways etc. are all examples of vehicles that may be considered in legal terms to be motor vehicles and are therefore subject to all the usual legal requirements that apply to cars or motorcycles e.g. tax, insurance, registration and licensing and driver licensing. They cannot therefore be used on a road unless they conform to the law and many such vehicles will never be 'road legal' as their design fails to meet UK or EC road vehicle standards. Furthermore, such vehicles cannot legally be used on the pavement either, in fact the only place they can be used is on private land with the landowner's permission.Some people think that because such vehicles are small they are toys and therefore the law doesn't apply but the legislation does not exempt 'toys' and the physical size of the vehicle is no great indicator of whether it's a child's toy.




May be that the tide is turning with regards to these being used pubicly? I believe the company actually use Xiaomi scooters.

wired.co.uk/art…ark
MrSwitch21/01/2019 16:34


Good idea to replace car - great excuse not to give anyone a lift anywhere
x7RK21/01/2019 16:34

For those asking.. Electric scooters, go-peds, mini-motos, hoverboards and …For those asking.. Electric scooters, go-peds, mini-motos, hoverboards and Segways etc. are all examples of vehicles that may be considered in legal terms to be motor vehicles and are therefore subject to all the usual legal requirements that apply to cars or motorcycles e.g. tax, insurance, registration and licensing and driver licensing. They cannot therefore be used on a road unless they conform to the law and many such vehicles will never be 'road legal' as their design fails to meet UK or EC road vehicle standards. Furthermore, such vehicles cannot legally be used on the pavement either, in fact the only place they can be used is on private land with the landowner's permission.Some people think that because such vehicles are small they are toys and therefore the law doesn't apply but the legislation does not exempt 'toys' and the physical size of the vehicle is no great indicator of whether it's a child's toy.


I'm simply posting a deal, I'm not telling people to illegally use them on the road or such like!

Thanks for the comment though
bellboys21/01/2019 16:35

May be that the tide is turning with regards to these being used pubicly? …May be that the tide is turning with regards to these being used pubicly? I believe the company actually use Xiaomi scooters. https://www.wired.co.uk/article/london-electric-scooters-trial-bird-stratford-olympic-park


It is an issue with the legislation and I imagine at some point in the near future, these and similar devices will become road legal. But this is the current situation unfortunately. I've ridden these in Tel Aviv with the Bird rental system and they are so much fun!
MrSwitch21/01/2019 16:37

I'm simply posting a deal, I'm not telling people to illegally use them on …I'm simply posting a deal, I'm not telling people to illegally use them on the road or such like! Thanks for the comment though


Ah, I see, in that case I'll stand down the detectives who are hunting you for aiding and abetting.

I wasn't suggesting you had done anything wrong switchy, I take my hat off to the work you do on hukd. I just know a lot of people are unsure on what the legislations permits.
Edited by: "x7RK" 21st Jan
x7RK3 m ago

It is an issue with the legislation and I imagine at some point in the …It is an issue with the legislation and I imagine at some point in the near future, these and similar devices will become road legal. But this is the current situation unfortunately. I've ridden these in Tel Aviv with the Bird rental system and they are so much fun!



Yes, simply has to happen and will pretty quickly IMO. No Govt wants to look like it's hindering the reduction of traffic pollution.
Edited by: "bellboys" 21st Jan
x7RK1 m ago

Ah, I see, in that case I'll stand down the detectives who are hunting you …Ah, I see, in that case I'll stand down the detectives who are hunting you for aiding and abetting. I wasn't suggesting you had done anything wrong switchy, I take my hat off to the work you do on hukd. I just know a lot of people are not unsure on what the legislations permits.


No problem, thank you
Probably outrun the average pcso on one of these bad boys!
JumpMan198021/01/2019 16:43

Probably outrun the average pcso on one of these bad boys!


We mates again?
A claimed top speed of 15.5mph. I would imagine that feels pretty quick on a scooter
Edited by: "bellboys" 21st Jan
bellboys21/01/2019 16:47

A claimed top speed of 15.6mph. I would imagine that feels pretty quick on …A claimed top speed of 15.6mph. I would imagine that feels pretty quick on a scooter


Videos I've seen look amazing
...I bet it doeasn't have NFC though
...and not enough RAM
Do these come with the generally unpopular "burn your house down" feature?
Sir-Bargain-A-Lot2 m ago

Do these come with the generally unpopular "burn your house down" feature?


Nope! They do come with the buy it, and never use it feature I hear
The UK needs to get a grip with their stance on electric bikes & scooters. Do the authorities really think that people are going to get an MOT, road tax and a number plate to whizz along at 17mph? In other countries (Israel or Paris are good examples) these types of vehicle are helping cities to cut congestion and they make a great alternative to crowded public transport too. I would have thought that if the government are committed to having less ICE vehicles - they would 'relax' their approach to legislation for these new types of transport. I can't see what can be wrong with using one of these - but since I don't want to get stopped by the police - I can't buy one for use on the road and I don't want to have to sell it, if I get told I can't use it on the road. I have looked at this Xiaomi in person and I think it is brill - very well made and not like a toy at all.
Edited by: "snowplay" 21st Jan
Can theses be unlocked to go faster? They go about 30mile max but are limited in the UK
bellboys38 m ago

May be that the tide is turning with regards to these being used pubicly? …May be that the tide is turning with regards to these being used pubicly? I believe the company actually use Xiaomi scooters. https://www.wired.co.uk/article/london-electric-scooters-trial-bird-stratford-olympic-park


Didn't realise BT Sport studio is in Stratford, thanks for that!
I don't see the point in this if it is 1-2 months til they dispatch it, you can buy it in person with a uk warranty from the mi store in Westfield london, plus hertfords has them don't they?
emilevictor3 m ago

I don't see the point in this if it is 1-2 months til they dispatch it, …I don't see the point in this if it is 1-2 months til they dispatch it, you can buy it in person with a uk warranty from the mi store in Westfield london, plus hertfords has them don't they?


But they may be legal by the time you get it
So bought one last year and great to start off with (for the first month) first issue, battery wasn't holding charge according to the manual, then tyres worn out quicker than expected (roads/pavements are pretty flat from home to work anf back) gave it back and and they claimed to have fixed the battery issue. 2 weeks later battery issue again...(at this point I was thinking I made a mistake) so I complained and emailed alot before i got a replacement....a week later the handle fell off and battery issue again!....has not been a good experience...Up to you if you want to buy but they don't seem to last long....also have to fight for a refund via emails back and forth...
I have seen 8 different people in the city of London on one of these, in the last week alone. Police don't care in the city. One wizzed past me today near the Tesco on cheapside, near Bank St. Mines under the stairs at home mind you , it's too cold for scootering now.

One a side note, a few months ago I thought a city of London police interceptor car was gonna pull over a m365 user. They slowed down near the Lloyds building, going towards Aldgate. They then stopped with blue lights on, got out and went into a coffee shop
Edited by: "MrCharlie" 21st Jan
PHL56 s ago

So bought one last year and great to start off with (for the first month) …So bought one last year and great to start off with (for the first month) first issue, battery wasn't holding charge according to the manual, then tyres worn out quicker than expected (roads/pavements are pretty flat from home to work anf back) gave it back and and they claimed to have fixed the battery issue. 2 weeks later battery issue again...(at this point I was thinking I made a mistake) so I complained and emailed alot before i got a replacement....a week later the handle fell off and battery issue again!....has not been a good experience...Up to you if you want to buy but they don't seem to last long....also have to fight for a refund via emails back and forth...


From amazon?
Why wait upto 2 months, halfords stock them now so can have it in a few days.


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Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 21st Jan
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