Xiaomi Mi Mijia M365 Electric Scooter £262.71 Delivered using code (EU Shipping) @ DHgate / Xiaomiyoupin
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Xiaomi Mi Mijia M365 Electric Scooter £262.71 Delivered using code (EU Shipping) @ DHgate / Xiaomiyoupin

£262.71£30414%DHgate Deals
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Expires on 15/11/2019Shipping from PolandPosted 8th Nov
Brilliant price for this considering shipping from EU (Poland) so no unexpected custom fees to contend with, and faster shipping


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Works as simple as it looks

Every aspect of Mi Electric Scooter is crafted with simplicity in mind. The scooter frame, components and accessories use the same geometric design language that puts usability and the user at the front. A single button kicks the scooter to life and the red design accents add modernity. Mi Electric Scooter is made to look right, and feel right.

Minimally designed

Uniform geometric design elements

Made for comfort

Curved pedal board

Folds up

Simple folding levers

Anti-slip handle

Provides a great grip and control over the scooter, even for longer rides.

Controlled acceleration

Give the accelerator a gentle downward push and adjust the amount of pressure until you reach a comfortable speed.

Battery life at a glance

4 LED notification lights on the dashboard indicate remaining battery life.

Power button controls[2]
Single press to switch on. Long press to shut down. When Mi Electric Scooter is on, a short single press will switch headlights on/off. Double press to switch between normal and power saving modes.
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Riding an electric scooter on the road is forbidden in the UK at present. Nor are they allowed on the pavement. The only place they can be ridden is on private land, with the permission of the landowner. Riders currently face a £300 fixed-penalty notice and six points on their driving licence for using e-scooters. 😳
We are one of very few countries that bans these. Yet as someone else said we let 2 tonne vehicles (one of which I drive) pollute our lives. Wth.
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 9th Nov
I see these every single day on the cycle route from home to work, at least half a dozen in each direction. Three out of five days there are police officers or PCSOs on the route stopping cyclists busting red lights and riding on the pavement. I have asked on three separate occasions what their views on e-Scooters are and always get the same reply (paraphrased); "Drive like an ass and you're getting stopped, drive respectfully and we won't stop you".

Get one with lights, a brake, speed limited to less than the e-Bike limit and you'll be ready for when they do legalise them. And FFS, "WEAR A HELMET"!
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Heat from me!
Edited by: "Mabbs" 8th Nov
Noice, DH Gate with some cracking prices at the minute, in particular XIAOMIYOUPIN.

and that title is perfect, well done
how insure and tax? in road?
Great price. 🔥
*only suitable for persons with a mental age of 4 to 7
billyboy6908/11/2019 18:18

how insure and tax? in road?


It's electric, so you'd pay no road tax and it probably has to have the same insurance as an electric bike, which is zero.
Riding an electric scooter on the road is forbidden in the UK at present. Nor are they allowed on the pavement. The only place they can be ridden is on private land, with the permission of the landowner. Riders currently face a £300 fixed-penalty notice and six points on their driving licence for using e-scooters. 😳
Alex_H08/11/2019 18:53

It's electric, so you'd pay no road tax and it probably has to have the …It's electric, so you'd pay no road tax and it probably has to have the same insurance as an electric bike, which is zero.


That's wrong, they're cladded as powered transport so they're in the same category as segways, electric scooters are illegal to use on roads and on pavements.
SrsJoe08/11/2019 19:09

That's wrong, they're cladded as powered transport so they're in the same …That's wrong, they're cladded as powered transport so they're in the same category as segways, electric scooters are illegal to use on roads and on pavements.


Ah okay, that makes sense, thanks
Alex_H08/11/2019 19:11

Ah okay, that makes sense, thanks


No problem, hopefully anyone else wondering sees the comment too.
modaj108/11/2019 18:56

Riding an electric scooter on the road is forbidden in the UK at present. …Riding an electric scooter on the road is forbidden in the UK at present. Nor are they allowed on the pavement. The only place they can be ridden is on private land, with the permission of the landowner. Riders currently face a £300 fixed-penalty notice and six points on their driving licence for using e-scooters. 😳



Would you get fined if you didnt have a driving license?
We are one of very few countries that bans these. Yet as someone else said we let 2 tonne vehicles (one of which I drive) pollute our lives. Wth.
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 9th Nov
FunkiestMonkey08/11/2019 19:18

Would you get fined if you didnt have a driving license?


This is the thing, if you are going to get caught joy riding it is better not to have a license, max you will get is £200 fine if that, have a license and they will throw the book at you for no insurance etc....
MrSwitch08/11/2019 18:15

Noice, DH Gate with some cracking prices at the minute, in particular …Noice, DH Gate with some cracking prices at the minute, in particular XIAOMIYOUPIN. and that title is perfect, well done


Nerd alert!!! For @MrSwitch appreciating the wording of headings!! Haha
Edited by: "Mabbs" 8th Nov
5 comments to the "tHey'Re iLLeGaL!" comment. Not bad.

Great price. Will be buying the Pro version using this voucher on Sunday. HEAT!
Edited by: "fredhunt" 8th Nov
FunkiestMonkey08/11/2019 19:18

Would you get fined if you didnt have a driving license?



Yes. A fifteen year old boy was fined and 6 points put on his licence, when he gets one.
Edited by: "Backslider" 8th Nov
If I had a short commute to work i would definitely consider one.
SOUTHWALES08/11/2019 19:22

This is the thing, if you are going to get caught joy riding it is better …This is the thing, if you are going to get caught joy riding it is better not to have a license, max you will get is £200 fine if that, have a license and they will throw the book at you for no insurance etc....



Not so. They can fine you and put points on your licence even if you don't have one. And of course they can seize and destroy the "vehicle".
Would this come with any guarantee? Can see you get 2 years from Halfords. Cheers
NeilGY08/11/2019 19:43

Would this come with any guarantee? Can see you get 2 years from Halfords. …Would this come with any guarantee? Can see you get 2 years from Halfords. Cheers


Says 12 months on the website. How you'd claim on that is anyone's guess though.
Great price for this m365. Recently ordered the pro version from DHgate, it arrived in around a week and was the genuine article
Backslider08/11/2019 19:35

Not so. They can fine you and put points on your licence even if you don't …Not so. They can fine you and put points on your licence even if you don't have one. And of course they can seize and destroy the "vehicle".


What do you base the ‘seize and destroy’ claim on? Why can they ‘of course’ do this?This simply isn’t true and is scaremongering to put people off buying them.
tommyboy8108/11/2019 19:49

Great price for this m365. Recently ordered the pro version from DHgate, …Great price for this m365. Recently ordered the pro version from DHgate, it arrived in around a week and was the genuine article


How much was the pro version? And do you think worth the extra cost?
fredhunt08/11/2019 19:49

Says 12 months on the website. How you'd claim on that is anyone's guess …Says 12 months on the website. How you'd claim on that is anyone's guess though.


Cheers, i've looked again & i still can't see the 12 months.........must be time for a beer :-)
FunkiestMonkey08/11/2019 19:20

We are one of very few countries that bans these.


There isn't a specific ban, the manufacturers just haven't got type approval for them. All motorised vehicles have to meet a set of standards, mostly safety related, and these don't, so they are not legal for use in public. The same is true for some small petrol powered motorcycles that you can find on Amazon, and petrol engines that you can fit to bicycles. No law has been passed specifically against them, they just don't meet the conditions of long established existing laws.
Never will be legal in the UK, anyway i'd hang off a bit (You people with the big driveways) Once the manufacturers realise this they will be down to about £129, why do you think Amazon dont have a £149 model

maxmix
I see these every single day on the cycle route from home to work, at least half a dozen in each direction. Three out of five days there are police officers or PCSOs on the route stopping cyclists busting red lights and riding on the pavement. I have asked on three separate occasions what their views on e-Scooters are and always get the same reply (paraphrased); "Drive like an ass and you're getting stopped, drive respectfully and we won't stop you".

Get one with lights, a brake, speed limited to less than the e-Bike limit and you'll be ready for when they do legalise them. And FFS, "WEAR A HELMET"!
NeilGY08/11/2019 19:53

Cheers, i've looked again & i still can't see the 12 months.........must …Cheers, i've looked again & i still can't see the 12 months.........must be time for a beer :-)


I saw the warranty on the Pro version, apologies.
ghow00708/11/2019 19:49

What do you base the ‘seize and destroy’ claim on? Why can they ‘of cours …What do you base the ‘seize and destroy’ claim on? Why can they ‘of course’ do this?This simply isn’t true and is scaremongering to put people off buying them.


It isn't scaremongering. I have posted references many times, and apologists such as yourself then complain about the proliferation of my posts. Vehicles driven by uninsured drivers can be seized by the police, and if not reclaimed from them by an qualified driver with insurance for that vehicle within a short period, destroyed. This happens a lot with cars and has happened with escooters. Here is a newspaper article (quote- "If found riding one on roads, pavements or cycle paths, you could be fined £300 or get 6 points on your licence - even if you don't have one. You can also have your vehicle confiscated.") There is a social media post from the police in the article showing a seized escooter on a transport- LINK
Edited by: "Backslider" 8th Nov
marty-40108/11/2019 18:22

*only suitable for persons with a mental age of 4 to 7


Keyword mental age. That's me then
fredhunt08/11/2019 20:03

I saw the warranty on the Pro version, apologies.


Ahhh cheers....at least i'm not going mad. Over £50 more at Halfords with code at the moment,worth it would say for the 2 year guarantee but the decision is whether to wait for Black Friday - my boys are desperate for one of these
Backslider08/11/2019 20:05

It isn't scaremongering. I have posted references many times, and …It isn't scaremongering. I have posted references many times, and apologists such as yourself then complain about the proliferation of my posts. Vehicles driven by uninsured drivers can be seized by the police, and if not reclaimed from them by an qualified driver with insurance for that vehicle within a short period, destroyed. This happens a lot with cars and has happened with escooters. Here is a newspaper article (quote- "If found riding one on roads, pavements or cycle paths, you could be fined £300 or get 6 points on your licence - even if you don't have one. You can also have your vehicle confiscated.") There is a social media post from the police in the article showing a seized escooter on a transport- LINK


Did you seriously just quote The Sun?
NeilGY08/11/2019 20:08

Ahhh cheers....at least i'm not going mad. Over £50 more at Halfords with …Ahhh cheers....at least i'm not going mad. Over £50 more at Halfords with code at the moment,worth it would say for the 2 year guarantee but the decision is whether to wait for Black Friday - my boys are desperate for one of these


You may be opening yourself up to prosecution, as well as your youngsters, by providing them with these - "Criminal offences can in many circumstances be committed by people “causing or permitting” the use of vehicles in breach of the statutory requirement, as well as by users themselves (for example sections 87 and 143, Road Traffic Act 1988)."
NeilGY08/11/2019 20:08

Ahhh cheers....at least i'm not going mad. Over £50 more at Halfords with …Ahhh cheers....at least i'm not going mad. Over £50 more at Halfords with code at the moment,worth it would say for the 2 year guarantee but the decision is whether to wait for Black Friday - my boys are desperate for one of these


I've been looking at Halfords too. I think their E-Scooter warranty is worth it for £30. These scooters seem to be prone to punctures and the wheels are seemingly hard to get off, opened and repaired.
fredhunt08/11/2019 20:11

Did you seriously just quote The Sun?


Also the Evening Standard - LINK - and The London Economic - LINK

Quote from the Daily Mail - "The Metropolitan Police said most offenders were given a warning but 10 were fined and had their scooters seized due to aggravating factors such as travelling too fast or ignoring a red light." LINK
Edited by: "Backslider" 8th Nov
Backslider08/11/2019 20:11

You may be opening yourself up to prosecution, as well as your youngsters, …You may be opening yourself up to prosecution, as well as your youngsters, by providing them with these - "Criminal offences can in many circumstances be committed by people “causing or permitting” the use of vehicles in breach of the statutory requirement, as well as by users themselves (for example sections 87 and 143, Road Traffic Act 1988)."


They will only be using on a caravan site, shouldn't be a problem
fredhunt08/11/2019 20:12

I've been looking at Halfords too. I think their E-Scooter warranty is …I've been looking at Halfords too. I think their E-Scooter warranty is worth it for £30. These scooters seem to be prone to punctures and the wheels are seemingly hard to get off, opened and repaired.


Just had a look at that, thanks for the heads up
Two of those articles are the same article syndicated and, in call cases *all* the seized ones were due to dangerous driving.

I have three colleagues that have been riding them up to 5 times a week for nearly a year and none have been stopped, let alone fined.

You're scaremongering. Let people have nice things.
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