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Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter - £299 Black Friday deal delivered @ Halfords
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Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter - £299 Black Friday deal delivered @ Halfords

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Posted 19th Nov 2019

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Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter - Worldwide Top Seller
  • 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
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illegal to use on the roads in the UK blah blah blah... Yea we know, you pays your money you takes your choice.

Bore off before you begin the usual trolling... You know who you are!
The_Name_With_No_Man19/11/2019 10:59

Calling everyone whose comments you disagree with a troll makes you look …Calling everyone whose comments you disagree with a troll makes you look bad.


Its not everyone though is it? Its you mainly. All I want to do is look for a scooter without a bunch of posts from you spoiling the thread. All I can see is your comments with the same old statutory warning like we are not adults and not able to make our own decisions. OK thank you for the legal warning, but as you said Halfords are already doing this here.

We get the message - Thank you for your helpful warning

Its understood

We are now aware and can make an informed choice on any purchase.

Please can you leave it there now?
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Cheaper at purescooter black Friday?
By a quid!! Better to have a shop to take it back to in case of any issues!
illegal to use on the roads in the UK blah blah blah... Yea we know, you pays your money you takes your choice.

Bore off before you begin the usual trolling... You know who you are!
deadphill19/11/2019 09:25

illegal to use on the roads in the UK blah blah blah... Yea we know, you …illegal to use on the roads in the UK blah blah blah... Yea we know, you pays your money you takes your choice.Bore off before you begin the usual trolling... You know who you are!



Perhaps you should write to Halfords and tell them off for droning on- "Electric scooters must not be used on public highways, pavements, cycle lanes or bridleways, but only on private property with the owner's consent. For further guidance, please click here."
Great eco friendly transport. Mate uses his all the time.
The_Name_With_No_Man19/11/2019 09:59

Perhaps you should write to Halfords and tell them off for droning on- …Perhaps you should write to Halfords and tell them off for droning on- "Electric scooters must not be used on public highways, pavements, cycle lanes or bridleways, but only on private property with the owner's consent. For further guidance, please click here."


its like you say the name three times or something and the troll appears.
deadphill19/11/2019 10:57

its like you say the name three times or something and the troll appears.


Calling everyone whose comments you disagree with a troll makes you look bad.
The_Name_With_No_Man19/11/2019 10:59

Calling everyone whose comments you disagree with a troll makes you look …Calling everyone whose comments you disagree with a troll makes you look bad.


Its not everyone though is it? Its you mainly. All I want to do is look for a scooter without a bunch of posts from you spoiling the thread. All I can see is your comments with the same old statutory warning like we are not adults and not able to make our own decisions. OK thank you for the legal warning, but as you said Halfords are already doing this here.

We get the message - Thank you for your helpful warning

Its understood

We are now aware and can make an informed choice on any purchase.

Please can you leave it there now?
deadphill19/11/2019 11:07

OK thank you for the legal warning, but as you said Halfords are already …OK thank you for the legal warning, but as you said Halfords are already doing this here.


The original poster copied lots of text from the Halfords page, about specs and so on, but not the legal warning. Are you giving him a hard time about quoting "Great build quality", "Fun to ride", and so on? Surely everyone knows about these features already and there is no need to continually remind them.
Gearbest has them 268 shipping from poland. If you like online rather than store. m.gearbest.com/electric-scooters/pp_3008381251915641.html?wid=2000001

Good to hear if anyone made a big purchase from gearbest before aswell, made lots of smaller purchases without problem.
Edited by: "Deal_addict" 19th Nov 2019
Awaiting a deal on the pro -
The_Name_With_No_Man19/11/2019 11:16

The original poster copied lots of text from the Halfords page, about …The original poster copied lots of text from the Halfords page, about specs and so on, but not the legal warning. Are you giving him a hard time about quoting "Great build quality", "Fun to ride", and so on? Surely everyone knows about these features already and there is no need to continually remind them.


Please let me know where the OP quotes this?

Well anyway people have the message now. Onto the next one where no doubt there will be a helpful warning post come up again. Ill be sure to let that OP know to put this in their title so as to avoid the troll war on the legalities.
deadphill19/11/2019 15:42

Please let me know where the OP quotes this?


Oops, those actual quotes were from the other escooter deal. My mistake. For this one the OP quotes "Front wheel drive","5 hour charge time" and so on, but left out the disclaimer (as I said).
Guns don't kill people, electric scootays do.
deadphill19/11/2019 11:07

Its not everyone though is it? Its you mainly. All I want to do is look …Its not everyone though is it? Its you mainly. All I want to do is look for a scooter without a bunch of posts from you spoiling the thread. All I can see is your comments with the same old statutory warning like we are not adults and not able to make our own decisions. OK thank you for the legal warning, but as you said Halfords are already doing this here. We get the message - Thank you for your helpful warningIts understoodWe are now aware and can make an informed choice on any purchase. Please can you leave it there now?


But is it not fair to say that HUKD isn’t just for you, and there are people who will fancy a scooter and have no idea of the legalities.

IMO, the warning should come in the deal itself.

£300 is a fair chunk of cash, to find out later and be too afraid to use your new gadget.
The_Name_With_No_Man19/11/2019 09:59

Perhaps you should write to Halfords and tell them off for droning on- …Perhaps you should write to Halfords and tell them off for droning on- "Electric scooters must not be used on public highways, pavements, cycle lanes or bridleways, but only on private property with the owner's consent. For further guidance, please click here."


Bro you proper sick.I’m glad that users start knowing you and everyone knows you chat all the time when you write on here
Get a life and move forward
Edited by: "romeohit" 19th Nov 2019
The_Name_With_No_Man19/11/2019 09:59

Perhaps you should write to Halfords and tell them off for droning on- …Perhaps you should write to Halfords and tell them off for droning on- "Electric scooters must not be used on public highways, pavements, cycle lanes or bridleways, but only on private property with the owner's consent. For further guidance, please click here."


Do you not have anything better to do, than spam electric scooter deals?
paulwmather19/11/2019 21:31

But is it not fair to say that HUKD isn’t just for you, and there are p …But is it not fair to say that HUKD isn’t just for you, and there are people who will fancy a scooter and have no idea of the legalities. IMO, the warning should come in the deal itself. £300 is a fair chunk of cash, to find out later and be too afraid to use your new gadget.


Should we also have a warning on all bike deals that they are illegal to ride on the pavements? A disclaimer on all microwave deals that you shouldn’t put metal inside?

Come on, if someone is spending £300 they know what they’re getting themselves in to. You two make it seem like nobody can be trusted to think for themselves.
The Segway is illegal as well, make you wonder why these stores are allowed to sell products which could see children prosecuted for using them.
Electric bike though are road legal, which makes little sense.

Having some kid near me whizzing up and down the pavement nearly crashing into mothers with prams it isn't a surprise they aren't allowed.
Hey, 100% not trolling here, not interested in that nonsense but I really fancied getting one of these and done a bit of research earlier and watched some YouTube videos on them only to find out that you cannot legally use them on the roads / pavements of the UK.

Has anyone ever had any run-ins with PC Plod for using one? I really would love to get one but is it worth the hassle? (if there is any)
donny126619/11/2019 22:01

Do you not have anything better to do, than spam electric scooter deals?


I do have better things to do, and I have no trouble doing both.
Star-Lord19/11/2019 22:58

Has anyone ever had any run-ins with PC Plod for using one?


Yes. Most people are getting away with it, but some are stopped and warned, and some have been fined and had points and the scooter confiscated. It depends on whether the police want to have you. It is a really easy bust (driving without insurance) if they do.

London crackdown
Edited by: "The_Name_With_No_Man" 19th Nov 2019
donny126619/11/2019 22:05

Should we also have a warning on all bike deals that they are illegal to …Should we also have a warning on all bike deals that they are illegal to ride on the pavements? A disclaimer on all microwave deals that you shouldn’t put metal inside?Come on, if someone is spending £300 they know what they’re getting themselves in to. You two make it seem like nobody can be trusted to think for themselves.


Sorry, but this is totally different. Bikes are at least road legal. These things aren’t legal anywhere of use.

People want them to commute, not to play with on private land.

Sure, people might be getting away with it, but it doesn’t change the fact it’s breaking the law and they could be prosecuted. Seems a dumb thing to do to me.

The law on them is also dumb and should be change. Electric bikes are ok, but not electric scooters? Silly.
Great price.

Just ignore trolls like Backslider. He comments with the same tedious stuff on every scooter thread.
Any additional discount such as AA 10% discount doesn’t work with these if you go into store. Apparently employees have been memo’d that Black Friday prices are void of additional discounts. Went to pick mine up earlier and they wouldn’t apply it
What a deal thanks op!
GrazingShed20/11/2019 15:32

Any additional discount such as AA 10% discount doesn’t work with these if …Any additional discount such as AA 10% discount doesn’t work with these if you go into store. Apparently employees have been memo’d that Black Friday prices are void of additional discounts. Went to pick mine up earlier and they wouldn’t apply it


Thanks. Saved me a trip!!
Don’t folks get angry if you go across their private land?
Just bought, really looking forward to it arriving.
Posting this here since backslider has some weird fetish to spoil threads:

For anyone else bored of the backslider comments i have now muted them: hotukdeals.com/pro…iew on mute at the bottom. Merry xmas!
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