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Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter - Black
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Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter - Black

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Posted 29th Nov 2019Edited by:"Juantootree"

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Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter - Black

SAVE £100
Was £399 *

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Black Friday, expect the pro to be this price, cmon
Luciano0929/11/2019 01:10

Wait for it...



Juantootree29/11/2019 01:11

what u mean.


you'll see soon.

This is the price at Halfords for the past week or so and on Pure scooters .com, this same one is £1 cheaper. But for some reason HUKD admins won't let me post that deal for some reason
Luciano0929/11/2019 01:10

Wait for it...


Not legal unless you’re the queen etc
Wowww
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Don't know if its good price or not, legal or illegal but love the idea of these for that reason im voting hot
Just got back from San Francisco and hired an electric scooter for the day. These things are amazing. Soon as they're legal I'm getting one
Been using mine since Monday. My 2.5 mile trip to the station now takes 14min rather than 35min walking. Plus it's a blast getting there!
I think you'd also get £10 voucher with their black Friday spend £50 get £10 offer
lazerlyte29/11/2019 01:12

Black Friday, expect the pro to be this price, cmon


Pro is £455 with code SAVE70


I know it's not £299, but just in case anyone saw the £525 and didn't see the code
Is the pro worth £200 more?
just got the pro at £455 as mentioned above but with additional £68 cash back with Quidco making it £387 absolute bargain
Benno26629/11/2019 10:40

just got the pro at £455 as mentioned above but with additional £68 cash b …just got the pro at £455 as mentioned above but with additional £68 cash back with Quidco making it £387 absolute bargain


Does that mean you can get the standard M365 for £254 with Quidco cash back?
Jimb02629/11/2019 11:44

Does that mean you can get the standard M365 for £254 with Quidco cash …Does that mean you can get the standard M365 for £254 with Quidco cash back?


Think so
Would love to try the Pro version. Hope they make them legal soon.
Luciano0929/11/2019 01:10

Wait for it...


Maybe he’s on holiday or has got the message? - nah.....................must be on holiday
Jimb02629/11/2019 11:44

Does that mean you can get the standard M365 for £254 with Quidco cash …Does that mean you can get the standard M365 for £254 with Quidco cash back?


Indeed! I'd defo go with the Pro for that price!
Just 7.5% cashback through Quidco now
Just a heads up, Scooters Direct are offering the Pro for £399 at the min. Tried to put a thread up but HUKD wont allow it?
5% cashback now 🤭
Gearbest store has the Pro version at £346 with a Revolut type card. How reliable is it compared to an UK retailer at £399?
Jimb02630/11/2019 13:39

Gearbest store has the Pro version at £346 with a Revolut type card. How …Gearbest store has the Pro version at £346 with a Revolut type card. How reliable is it compared to an UK retailer at £399?


I've chosen to avoid gearbest just incase anything goes wrong. I have no experience with them, but not willing to take the risk with something that expensive
Jimb02630/11/2019 13:39

Gearbest store has the Pro version at £346 with a Revolut type card. How …Gearbest store has the Pro version at £346 with a Revolut type card. How reliable is it compared to an UK retailer at £399?


Gearbest don't include import fees, so when it comes to the UK you'll likely have a large import fee to pay on top.
(I'm like an affiliate/tester for many of their products, so I've been sent a ton of stuff from them)
FriendlyFyre04/12/2019 10:51

Gearbest don't include import fees, so when it comes to the UK you'll …Gearbest don't include import fees, so when it comes to the UK you'll likely have a large import fee to pay on top.(I'm like an affiliate/tester for many of their products, so I've been sent a ton of stuff from them)



How about the scooters you get from Poland/EU. Will they charged you import fees too? Or is it 50/50.
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