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Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter £269.10 Using Code @ Halfords
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Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter £269.10 Using Code @ Halfords

£269.10£299.9910%Halfords Deals
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Posted 24th Dec 2019

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Use code - XMAS10 (Should work on most things excluding Turbo Trainers, Cycle Tech and Brompton)

From a UK retailer this is an excellent price! Has a range of up to 18.6 miles and a max speed of around 15.5 miles per hour. Which is almost as fast as my hands grabbing the last mince pie

Delivery is £3.99 making the total £273.09 or use the Free Click & Collect service

The code ends midnight on Christmas day

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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  • Official UK Stockists - two year manufacturer's warranty*
  • 15.5mph maximum speed
  • 18.6 mile range
  • Smartphone enabled - pairs with the Mi Home App
  • Ultra bright headlights with 6 meter range
  • Rear mudguard with built in brake light
  • Cruise control and ECO settings
  • Front wheel drive
  • 5 hour charge time
  • Folding

The award-winning Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter is the world's most popular electric scooter. With minimal yet modern aesthetics, this portable and folding electric scooter has won numerous awards for its design. Featuring a double braking system, air-filled rubber tyres, and a durable, lightweight aluminium frame, the M65 can accelerate up to 15.5mph for as far as 18.6 miles on a single charge!


The simple thumb press acceleration ensures a user-friendly ride. The sophisticated cruise control system helps to maintain a steady and safe speed set by the rider. Also fitted with safe regenerative braking which provides additional power for the battery. Pair your Xiaomi Mi M365 via Bluetooth and connect to the Mi Home App to check your ride statistics on your smartphone. Built to last, the Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter is one of the most durable scooters on the market.

What's in the box
  • Scooter
  • Power Adapter
  • Instruction manual / Warranty information
  • 2 x spare/replacement tyres and schrader valve inner tubes
  • Extended pump nozzle
  • Hexagon wrench

Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter - Black Extra Info
  • Price match guarantee
  • Lifetime safety checks
  • E-Scootercare available
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dothedealnow24/12/2019 21:20

You have an 18.6 mile long garden?Just wait until they are legal.


Everyone KNOWS you’re not gonna stick to the law with these. Just buy it and enjoy it. I see parents dropping their kids off with these every day. It’s gotta beat a car in terms of greenness.
Just ride it safely.
It about time the Gov relaxed the Law on Electric vehicles to encourage people to use AFFORDABLE green options.
I have my eye on a electric motorbike but as it does 40mph i need a full bike licence grrrrr stupid i can do 70 in a car
Edited by: "Phil_Martin" 24th Dec 2019
Biggunspaul25/12/2019 00:17

Oh and yes my ebike has disc brakes[Image]


And here is a picture of my lethal e scooter,the one with front and rear lights built in as standard,along with flashing rear brake light,yet my perfectly legal £2,000 ebike had NO lights fitted as standard and has NO brake lights.

I've said it before,most DECENT e scooters are no more dangerous than ebikes,the only difference is an old out of date law.

I own both so i can speak from experience,most commenting against them probably have never ridden or owned either and are basing their arguments on how the owners ride them on not on the actual product itself.
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Ah, the product that brings out the armchair lawyers.

Honestly, decide if you want to be hit by one of these or someone who's driving a car because they're scared these are illegal., Or indeed me, on a 20kg utility bike with another 20kg in the panniers on a shared path.

Likewise, you MAY be stopped by the police - I was, twice back in the day when these were much rarer (lead acid battery). Both times the police let me go on my way when they saw it was electric.

If you've ever been caught speeding is it the end of the world? No, you just go on the rubbish course and move on with your life.

In the end, for most people using this the alternative is driving. And cars kill many more pedestrians - even on pavements - than these ever will, before you even get onto deaths from air pollution. The government should change the law, but in the meantime, no-one gives a monkeys. Use it, enjoy it, especially at this great price.
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You have an 18.6 mile long garden?

Just wait until they are legal.
Its £237?
Great price. With the money saved can buy a 25 miles private island...problem solved
How do u get £237 when 10% off £300 is £270?
You might want to try reserving one online (using the code) to pay for in your chosen store, and then, when you get to the store to pay for it and collect it, fingers crossed they apply the discount again just prior to asking you for your payment (exactly what happened with my purchase back in June '19).
Edited by: "TopTrump" 24th Dec 2019
Are these good ? how are they with little potholes and pavements with trees with bumpy roots etc ?
Be careful is all i would say. I fell off mine this week..didnt hurt myself and it was dark but be careful
TopTrump24/12/2019 21:55

You might want to try reserving one online (using the code) to pay for in …You might want to try reserving one online (using the code) to pay for in your chosen store, and then, when you get to the store to pay for it and collect it, fingers crossed they apply the discount again just prior to asking you for your payment (exactly what happened with my purchase back in June '19).


Blue Light Card and I believe Cycling memberships would get an extra 10% off when paying.

That would make the Pro model £368.55
Would be great for PRO version to have this price.
Is it worth going the extra for the Pro version, that comes in at £409.50???
martylaa24/12/2019 22:09

Is it worth going the extra for the Pro version, that comes in at …Is it worth going the extra for the Pro version, that comes in at £409.50???


Pro's greater battery range, 3 power levels vs heavier and obvs takes longer to charge.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 24th Dec 2019
SimonBidle24/12/2019 22:06

Be careful is all i would say. I fell off mine this week..didnt hurt …Be careful is all i would say. I fell off mine this week..didnt hurt myself and it was dark but be careful


Autumn/winter leaves rain and cold make these things precarious to ride, especially with the earlier sunsets make spotting obstacles more tricky.
Wow. Cracking price imo
dothedealnow24/12/2019 21:20

You have an 18.6 mile long garden?Just wait until they are legal.


Everyone KNOWS you’re not gonna stick to the law with these. Just buy it and enjoy it. I see parents dropping their kids off with these every day. It’s gotta beat a car in terms of greenness.
Just ride it safely.
Jimface24/12/2019 21:58

Are these good ? how are they with little potholes and pavements with …Are these good ? how are they with little potholes and pavements with trees with bumpy roots etc ?


Not good at all. In fact my other one made noice because I practiced in a park with odd bumpy places. In summer I had to travel 15 mins to a clean nice park. Now its unused and I wish it could have a baby in the meantime
Mr.Nutts24/12/2019 22:07

Blue Light Card and I believe Cycling memberships would get an extra 10% …Blue Light Card and I believe Cycling memberships would get an extra 10% off when paying.That would make the Pro model £368.55


That's exactly my plan. Going to go into my local and speak to them. Hopefully they'll just apply the additional 10% to the one I got last week and save the hassle of refunding and reprocessing the sale. I paid £409.49 using a price match in addition to my BLC discount
Good deal OP...but nuts, I bought mine black Friday for £300 but yet to open it...would they refund the difference or would I need to return it and re-buy it...or is it worth doing that for £30...
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Don’t forget to use this to get it even cheaper
Ordered one to ride to work.. what's the law of riding on a pavement. ? I used to skateboard and I certainly had less control of that.
jonspurs24/12/2019 23:07

Good deal OP...but nuts, I bought mine black Friday for £300 but yet to …Good deal OP...but nuts, I bought mine black Friday for £300 but yet to open it...would they refund the difference or would I need to return it and re-buy it...or is it worth doing that for £30...


Not worth it for £30
Mr.Nutts24/12/2019 22:07

Blue Light Card and I believe Cycling memberships would get an extra 10% …Blue Light Card and I believe Cycling memberships would get an extra 10% off when paying.That would make the Pro model £368.55


Please let me know if anyone successfully purchases the PRO at this price
It about time the Gov relaxed the Law on Electric vehicles to encourage people to use AFFORDABLE green options.
I have my eye on a electric motorbike but as it does 40mph i need a full bike licence grrrrr stupid i can do 70 in a car
Edited by: "Phil_Martin" 24th Dec 2019
martylaa24/12/2019 22:09

Is it worth going the extra for the Pro version, that comes in at …Is it worth going the extra for the Pro version, that comes in at £409.50???


Depends if you need the range. I am 78kg and got a realistic range of 12 miles out of standard version with regen braking set to medium.
SOUTHWALES24/12/2019 23:20

Depends if you need the range. I am 78kg and got a realistic range of 12 …Depends if you need the range. I am 78kg and got a realistic range of 12 miles out of standard version with regen braking set to medium.


I'm about 90 kilos
Dan_Lawrance24/12/2019 23:11

Ordered one to ride to work.. what's the law of riding on a pavement. ? I …Ordered one to ride to work.. what's the law of riding on a pavement. ? I used to skateboard and I certainly had less control of that.


It'll cost you £100 if you're caught on the pavement. Plus another £300 & 3 points for no insurance.
Edited by: "Bargain99hunter" 24th Dec 2019
Phil_Martin24/12/2019 23:20

It about time the Gov relaxed the Law on Electric vehicles to encourage …It about time the Gov relaxed the Law on Electric vehicles to encourage people to use AFFORDABLE green options.I have my eye on a electric motorbike but as it does 40mph i need a full bike licence grrrrr stupid i can do 70 in a car


I used to have a 100cc that did 50mph but only needed a CBT licence, that was about 15 years ago though!
Edited by: "MinerWilly" 24th Dec 2019
Bargain99hunter24/12/2019 23:25

It'll cost youbm £100 if you're caught on the pavement. Plus another £300 & …It'll cost youbm £100 if you're caught on the pavement. Plus another £300 & 3 points for no insurance.


#totallyworthit
B-B-But OP ThEyRe iLeGuL!!!
Edited by: "Norseg" 24th Dec 2019
Bargain99hunter24/12/2019 23:25

It'll cost youbm £100 if you're caught on the pavement. Plus another £300 & …It'll cost youbm £100 if you're caught on the pavement. Plus another £300 & 3 points for no insurance.


No you won't you can but you won't
Every thread the same routine
Phil_Martin24/12/2019 23:20

It about time the Gov relaxed the Law on Electric vehicles to encourage …It about time the Gov relaxed the Law on Electric vehicles to encourage people to use AFFORDABLE green options.I have my eye on a electric motorbike but as it does 40mph i need a full bike licence grrrrr stupid i can do 70 in a car


Not really a vehicle, these in my eyes and normal countries are just like bicycles and skateboards, you can get electric version of those too
TopTrump24/12/2019 22:14

Autumn/winter leaves rain and cold make these things precarious to ride, …Autumn/winter leaves rain and cold make these things precarious to ride, especially with the earlier sunsets make spotting obstacles more tricky.


When is it not cold and raining in the UK?
Jimface24/12/2019 21:58

Are these good ? how are they with little potholes and pavements with …Are these good ? how are they with little potholes and pavements with trees with bumpy roots etc ?


Pretty sure you won't have trouble riding over a twig..
I'm really tempted now even though I know I won't get stopped the stupid law still puts me off since you never know if you meet a Jobsworth PCSO thinking you're Al Capone
Absolutely lethal things. They are illegal for use paths and roads for a good reason. Nearly got taken out by some idiot on one of these.
Norseg24/12/2019 23:36

No you won't you can but you won't Every thread the same routine


Depends where you live. In London they are clamping down on these big time. Just last week I saw police stopping loads in London.
Bargain99hunter24/12/2019 23:25

It'll cost youbm £100 if you're caught on the pavement. Plus another £300 & …It'll cost youbm £100 if you're caught on the pavement. Plus another £300 & 3 points for no insurance.


Police are to busy with other more impactful criminal acts.
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