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There’s one at £323 if anyone wants it


Yeah keep posting these 'hot' deals (popcorn)


@sdylan don't be too bothered about @notoriouschucky This post helped me to know there is a seller on Amz selling these a bit cheaper than new (and we know about how good Amz warehouse items are - mostly perfect, but not always). So keep posting these deals (y) (y)


Pity yourself for thinking this is a hot deal..look at the amount of heat you got? :D


Quiet* maybe you should learn to spell before criticising other people..and keep your one item in stock used 'deals' to yourself..

Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Essential Black (2021 Update) + 2 Free Items - £274.99 Delivered @ Scan
Posted 19th AprPosted 19th Apr
Disclaimer Please note, that it is currently against UK law to use a 'powered transporter' on pavements, roads and cycle lanes. For more information on this please click this … Read more

Do you have more info on the electric S10 can't find much info on it, what do u mean about the tyre, any idea why or is it just quality thing.


you can always mod it, i have a 365 clone, once parts arrive it will have 500w rear 350w front, dual speed controllers and double batteries, one is plug and play replacable. massive range and speed improvement


If £5 is more important to you than the two freebies, then maplin have this scooter for £269 - i got one there for my father as easier for him to get to should he need to complain or return it at any point.


If you're happy to wait a bit you can get it from amazon Italy for around £240


I'm thinking I should have got the Pro too. Getting to the local shop is no problem, it's downhill and I'm not lugging anything. On the way back, it's the other way round, and the M365 needs more power to climb some of the hills or subway ramps.

Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Essential - £236.97 delivered at Amazon Italy
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Posted 27th MarPosted 27th Mar
Elegant and with a minimal design, portable and safe; clean and refined lines, main body in aerospace-type aluminum alloy, folds in just 3 seconds Mi Electric Scooter 1S is an int… Read more

Speed hack. Increases speed from 20 to 30kmh, but you then won't be able to use the Mi app, if you do, it will reset it to original software and take the speed back to 20kmh


They made a mistake, it £3.50 each week.... NHS nurse..



The import custom deposit is what you will pay in a worst case scenario . I purchased an item of amazon Japan and had to pay the same charge they refunded most of this charge after receiving the item. This is good transparent pricing no surprises.


It's gone up in price

Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Essential - £299.95 @ Amazon
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Posted 21st Dec 2020Posted 21st Dec 2020
Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Essential - £299.95 @ Amazon£299.95 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter - Essential

I'm an advocate for alternative transport I travel in many different ways including cycling, walking, driving and public transport Its really important that they start to open up about using these scooters However, it's more important that there are clear rules in place for them Too many times I have an idiot on one of these pull out from my underside or from across the road without warning They rarely ever have their lights on making them difficult to spot Plus I think regardless if you are on a bike, in a car, on an electric scooter, everyone should have insurance and the cost should be relative. Just my 2 cent


I'd love one of these, but right now it's a waste of time due to out of date UK laws.

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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter - 1S - £349 @ Amazon
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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter - 1S - £349 @ Amazon£349 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter - 1S

Yes mate I ordered on the 20th and received it on the 22nd.


Did you get yours yet I ordered mine ten days ago and it never turned up due to stock issues


£319 from Scan with 2 free gifts. I ordered two days ago and it's being delivered today. Scan


Yeah best to all get e bikes no chance of being penilised for such acts then..


Thanks for sharing, could not be happier to hear it as I am fed up of having to jump out of the way on pavements as these whizz in front of me or come up behind me without warning. Until there is a safe place on the road for them, they are a danger to others on the road and the riders themselves.

Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Essential Electric Scooter £274.79 delivered at Amazon France
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Posted 22nd Nov 2020Posted 22nd Nov 2020
Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Essential Electric Scooter £274.79 delivered at Amazon France£274.79Amazon France Deals
Maximum speed: 20 km / h Weight: 12 kg. Easily foldable in 3 seconds Autonomy: up to 20km. Total capacity of 183Wh thanks to 40 lithium-ion cells 8.5 inch non-slip tires and sho… Read more

The Xiaomi proves to be a helpful aide in daily popping out to the shops, or for being able to be much less reliant on train or bus delays if you live in urbansville. But it is also a bit of a pain to live with. Some shop staff look at you with contempt if you dare wheel it over their premises' threshold, but you can't leave it outside because someone will knick it (yeah, you can lock the motor in the app, but it doesn't stop someone freewheeling it off site then resetting it to pair up with a different phone). Briefly lifting it over a single step can mean it bashes you in the calves, so you'll get a few scars, or, you stop, fold up the handlebars, watch out for oblivious people who might be staring at their phones. Very easily knocked over if reliant on the kickstand, most of the weight is low down, but all it takes is for someone to clip the handle bar slightly with their jacket and over she goes. They need to devise some sort of street-side lockable rack/cubby where you can place the scooter in, lock it up, go and do your business and return. There's always something snapping off. The metal used in the screws and bolts is shocking in some places. Rounded bolts or screw heads quickly become a thing if you're trying to adjust things to make sure everything is as it should be. Punctures are an ordeal you will have to become acclimatised with unless you get semi/solid wheels in which case the handling suffers and it also becomes much more nervous to ride. Very reliant on grip on two patches of rubber the size of half a post-it note per wheel. The slightest patch of damp or mud or leaves that have been breathed upon by the UK's lovely weather, means you can go sideways. Stopping on a dime, it don't do. You can tweak things, uprate the rear disk brake, but next thing you know, you've spent another £50 to £100 up-speccing it, in which case you'll start to resent it. One thing it does do, is that it teaches you to read the road/pavement. Riding it can be a bit stressful as you are on the hunt for possible blind spots, dropped kerbs that aren't flush, potholes, leaves, shards of glass. That's a lot to take in for a kid whose main focus is likely going to want to be - faster faster.


Lol... It is a Castle but only in name.. I understand your point but my point being I have to have faith in my son and faith in where we live, it's mostly families and retired people so the drivers rarely speed. And he and his buddies go faster on their bikes. Although I have to admit there is always a niggle if this is the right thing..


Ok, thanks for your input. I'm talking about other road users and how they react to scooters. Bikes and scooters are not the same thing. This thing doesn't have half the stability of a bike, grips poorly on its tiny wheels. But you want to get all uptight and overly proud of your parenting, go ahead. Careful you don't pull a sphincter muscle in your county estate castle.


Without knowing the circumstances of where I live.. speed ramp city and a very private country estate/ development not sure you have the knowledge to quantify the statement. But to answer the same thing that can go wrong with him playing football, Rugby, his driving lessons (with a driving instructor not me) or even crossing a road.. There's also the knowledge he has of cycling on his road bike at the weekends on the roads.. but don't let that get in your way of believing that everyone is an irresponsible parent with no regard for the child's safety....


A 12 year old, with a kid's approach to road awareness and the mis-understanding that adult road users won't act like idiots. What could possibly go wrong?