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Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter £279 delivered @ Coolshop
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Posted 8th JanEdited by:"merb0786"

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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.

Dimensions

  • Approx. 1080mm * 430mm * 1140mm
  • Dimensions (Folded)Approx. 1080mm * 430mm * 490mm

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

Please Note:

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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Jerec08/01/2020 16:48

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Agreed.

Good to see the OPs reminder that these remain illegal to use in the UK either on Public road or pavement.
Edited by: "dothedealnow" 8th Jan
dothedealnow08/01/2020 16:55

Agreed.Good to see the OPs reminder that these remain illegal to use in …Agreed.Good to see the OPs reminder that these remain illegal to use in the UK either on Public road or pavement.


Yeah had to put that disclaimer in. I am sure some will not care and use freely but it is the right thing to do by reminding everyone.
They're an absolute joy to ride, regardless of how you look on them
Chiptivo08/01/2020 17:02

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Agreed there is little chance of getting stopped unless there is another sweep like in London in the Summer where a number were prosecuted and had thier toys confiscated. The only other danger is if you are in or cause an accident damaging yourself, others or property. You'll have the "book" thrown at you as well as being personally liable for significant costs.

However, when the Govt has finished looking into the viability of escooters etc and published thier report recommending or not making them legal, then there will be a crackdown similar to Singapore and Holland where only approved scooters are allowed or none at all.

Hang on to your cash or lose it in the next couple of years.
merb078608/01/2020 17:01

Yeah had to put that disclaimer in. I am sure some will not care and use …Yeah had to put that disclaimer in. I am sure some will not care and use freely but it is the right thing to do by reminding everyone.


Absolutely.
Chiptivo08/01/2020 17:25

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Not strictly correct.
I can ride my bike legally with insurance on pavemts where it's indicated by signage they can be shared with pedestrians. Obviously I'm not stoopid enough to ride a bicycle illegally without insurance on a pavement dedicated to.pedestrians.
£179 from Lidl and owning both I would say the lidl one is better, as the Xiaomi will probably never be legal in the uk even if legislation is changed because it has no physical front brake, the Lidl version has front physical electric brake that can be applied at the required force, the Xiaomi does have front regeneration braking but not on a physical trigger that is usually required. hotukdeals.com/dea…042

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Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 8th Jan
SOUTHWALES08/01/2020 18:07

£179 from Lidl and owning both I would say the lidl one is better, as the …£179 from Lidl and owning both I would say the lidl one is better, as the Xiaomi will probably never be legal in the uk even if legislation is changed because it has no physical front brake, the Lidl version has front physical electric brake that can be applied at the required force, the Xiaomi does have front regeneration braking but not on a physical trigger that is usually required. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dr-green-e-scooter-esa-electric-scooter-350w-179-at-lidl-in-store-newtown-3380042#comment-39596692[Image]


I have been to 4 Lidl’s around Southend and they don’t have any. I emailed Lidl but they said they can’t tell me who has stock in. I would love to buy one but can’t find any and am willing to travel :-(
Just looked - they are all on eBay - the Lidl ones. That’s why none in store.
Edited by: "halecrater" 8th Jan
Great price for a great bit of kit. For those that are worried about being stopped by the police, yes it's a risk, but keep to roads and cycle lanes, wear and helmet and don't drive like a div and you should be fine. I have done so for over 6 months now and not had any issues. These are far from 'toys', they are solidly made, award winning bits of kit.
adam_thirlwellMoZ08/01/2020 20:16

Great price for a great bit of kit. For those that are worried about being …Great price for a great bit of kit. For those that are worried about being stopped by the police, yes it's a risk, but keep to roads and cycle lanes, wear and helmet and don't drive like a div and you should be fine. I have done so for over 6 months now and not had any issues. These are far from 'toys', they are solidly made, award winning bits of kit.


You shouldn't be advising folks to commit potentially criminal acts.
Edited by: "dothedealnow" 8th Jan
dothedealnow08/01/2020 20:20

You shouldn't be advising folks to commit potentially criminal acts.


We're all adults here and I'm sure they can make their own decisions about what they want to do. And I'm not going to start taking instruction off some random guy on the net
adam_thirlwellMoZ08/01/2020 20:24

We're all adults here and I'm sure they can make their own decisions about …We're all adults here and I'm sure they can make their own decisions about what they want to do. And I'm not going to start taking instruction off some random guy on the net


How do you know that all posters are adults?
dothedealnow08/01/2020 20:25

How do you know that all posters are adults?


If they aren't, and a child buys one, then it is the the responsibility of their parents to ensure they don't potentially break the law...and their parents would be adults. Has that cleared it up for you? I mean it's not exactly difficult to work out
Great price!
But anyone caught riding them on the roads/pavements should have their beards shaved off.
adam_thirlwellMoZ08/01/2020 20:27

If they aren't, and a child buys one, then it is the the responsibility of …If they aren't, and a child buys one, then it is the the responsibility of their parents to ensure they don't potentially break the law...and their parents would be adults. Has that cleared it up for you? I mean it's not exactly difficult to work out


Still such a dumb statement

"We're all adults here...."

Good grief
adam_thirlwellMoZ08/01/2020 20:27

If they aren't, and a child buys one, then it is the the responsibility of …If they aren't, and a child buys one, then it is the the responsibility of their parents to ensure they don't potentially break the law...and their parents would be adults. Has that cleared it up for you? I mean it's not exactly difficult to work out


No deals. 80 posts, all on scooter threads.


😴
dothedealnow08/01/2020 20:44

Still such a dumb statement"We're all adults here...."Good grief


In your opinion
ScotBoy08/01/2020 20:49

No deals. 80 posts, all on scooter threads. 😴


And your point?
dothedealnow08/01/2020 20:44

Still such a dumb statement"We're all adults here...."Good grief


To be fair I can't see a child being able to afford one.
ScotBoy08/01/2020 20:49

No deals. 80 posts, all on scooter threads. 😴


I mean the last three deals you posted have done brilliantly
Yet many kids have iPhones, flash clothes.......?
Incorrect.

And your point is?
dothedealnow08/01/2020 21:07

Yet many kids have iPhones, flash clothes.......?


For iphones etc their parents would have purchased them at a guess..
Really? My God daughter uses part of her too large allowance to buy her sim free iPhone every year. Her parents buy the air time. If they are made legal in a couple of years she'll undoubtedly buy a scooter.
Edited by: "dothedealnow" 8th Jan
Come on guys, avoid off-topic arguments.
Should be legal, really useful and lower imapct than a car for short journeys! Would rather get hit by one of these or a cyclist than a car! Used them in budapest in cycle lanes and they were great!
Edited by: "omarlilyo" 8th Jan
omarlilyo08/01/2020 21:27

Should be legal, really useful and lower imapct than a car for short …Should be legal, really useful and lower imapct than a car for short journeys! Would rather get hit by one of these or a cyclist than a car! Used them in budapest in cycle lanes and they were great!


Have a look at NYC, Singapore, Holland, France.......
dothedealnow08/01/2020 21:32

Have a look at NYC, Singapore, Holland, France.......



why are they doing it? "safety" or something serious. Shame. The budapest one was relaly good, i think if its was the UK people would just nick them!

all the roads near me are reduced to 20, regardless of size. We will all be running around in bubblewrap soon!
omarlilyo08/01/2020 21:48

why are they doing it? "safety" or something serious. Shame. The budapest …why are they doing it? "safety" or something serious. Shame. The budapest one was relaly good, i think if its was the UK people would just nick them!all the roads near me are reduced to 20, regardless of size. We will all be running around in bubblewrap soon!


Yup, this would happen all over again with escooters instead of bikes.

bbc.co.uk/new…065

Budapest, yup nice wide main streets from my couple of brief visits.

It's mainly a safety issue for riders and pedestrians. UK will wait until another civilized Western European country cracks it or not.
I could commute to work on one of these. 3 mile journey. Currently use an ebike but one of these would be fun for when I'm feeling especially lazy. The legality of it has always put me off though. Hope they change the laws on them, I don't really see how it's any more dangerous than an ebike.
dothedealnow08/01/2020 21:12

Really? My God daughter uses part of her too large allowance to buy her …Really? My God daughter uses part of her too large allowance to buy her sim free iPhone every year. Her parents buy the air time. If they are made legal in a couple of years she'll undoubtedly buy a scooter.


I think she is more likely to be an outlier and also lucky.

You need to look at the vast majority of people who will be buying a scooter.
afroylnt09/01/2020 06:23

I think she is more likely to be an outlier and also lucky.You need to …I think she is more likely to be an outlier and also lucky.You need to look at the vast majority of people who will be buying a scooter.


Do I?
Only takes 1 under 16 to buy one and then injure or kill themselves.
Adults be should be setting an example and only buying if/when they are legal to use.
dothedealnow09/01/2020 06:56

Do I?Only takes 1 under 16 to buy one and then injure or kill …Do I?Only takes 1 under 16 to buy one and then injure or kill themselves.Adults be should be setting an example and only buying if/when they are legal to use.


This is the problem. "it only takes one".

tens of people under 16 have killed themselves taking selfies, should we ban selfies?

Dont be stupid. We cant ban everything. Just teach your child properly. If you dont think its appriopriate for your child, does not mean someone cannot mean it is for theres. Absolute madness.
dothedealnow08/01/2020 20:20

You shouldn't be advising folks to commit potentially criminal acts.


Out of curiosity, in your mind, do you think it's a criminal act to ride an electric powered scooter, regardless of what the law says right now?

I believe along with quite a few people here it's probably something we should all stand up for and challenge by not obiding by said law. I can't think of any instances on here where someone has come out and said 'yep, I got pulled and fined, and my life has been ruined by riding a scooter.'
omarlilyo09/01/2020 08:22

This is the problem. "it only takes one".tens of people under 16 have …This is the problem. "it only takes one".tens of people under 16 have killed themselves taking selfies, should we ban selfies?Dont be stupid. We cant ban everything. Just teach your child properly. If you dont think its appriopriate for your child, does not mean someone cannot mean it is for theres. Absolute madness.


What sort of ridiculous reasoning is that? By that logic there should be no law at all.
Driving a powered vehicle with no design approval, no insurance, no tax, no registration, no helmet is of course against the law! You only have to look at NYC, Singapore, Holland, France etc to see these have been either banned or severely regulated and restricted!
If you think they're going to be allowed in the UK in thier current form you are naively mistaken.
As soon as the Govts research is complete into micro mobility, the ban will either remain and be strongly enforced or thier use will be severely restricted, see Singapore as an example.
Edited by: "dothedealnow" 9th Jan
Jinkz09/01/2020 09:45

Out of curiosity, in your mind, do you think it's a criminal act to ride …Out of curiosity, in your mind, do you think it's a criminal act to ride an electric powered scooter, regardless of what the law says right now? I believe along with quite a few people here it's probably something we should all stand up for and challenge by not obiding by said law. I can't think of any instances on here where someone has come out and said 'yep, I got pulled and fined, and my life has been ruined by riding a scooter.'


My view, as your view, on the legality of riding an escooter in public is irrelevant.
There are plenty of cases globally of prosecutions and injury which is why thier
use is starting to be curtailed. For examples look at the UK, France, NYC, Singapore etc.
Edited by: "dothedealnow" 9th Jan
dothedealnow09/01/2020 06:56

Do I?Only takes 1 under 16 to buy one and then injure or kill …Do I?Only takes 1 under 16 to buy one and then injure or kill themselves.Adults be should be setting an example and only buying if/when they are legal to use.


Really give it a rest. You are not personally going to able to stop people buying electric scooters. Adults buy them and know the risks. end. of.
dothedealnow09/01/2020 10:25

My view, as your view, on the legality of riding an escooter in public is …My view, as your view, on the legality of riding an escooter in public is irrelevant. There are plenty of cases globally of prosecutions and injury which is why thier use is starting to be curtailed. For examples look at the UK, France, NYC, Singapore etc.


It's not irrelevant to me, i'm not the kind of guy that rolls over to every law made, especially not one that has no actual criminal intent behind it. There's enough people to think it's ridiculous to warranty questioning. If you're argument is deaths, why don't they make riding push bikes illegal? Plenty of people die a year riding bikes.
Edited by: "Jinkz" 9th Jan
our local police made a statement last week that they were waiting for UK laws to catch up with technology and in the meantime wouldn't be prosecuting electric scooter riders
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