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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Mijia M365 Pro (EU Shipping)- £391 at Aliexpress (with fee free card) at AliExpress Xiaomi MC Store
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Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
Been looking for one of these for a little while now, it's a minefield trying to find one from an EU seller at a reasonable price but there's about 8 of these left if anyone's inte… Read more
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ck_

Great scooter but if anything goes wrong with it they'll ask you to ship it to Hong Kong which costs ~£300. I learned this from experience, don't expect any kind of warranty even if shipped from EU.

LondonsRichestTramp

The clapping isn't just for the NHS you know.

Tythan

I work for the NHS. I don't applaude for myself. I am not a scooter rider (yet?). I am a cyclist and a driver. :)

EmptyArea

Shouldn't be illegal, but *just like a push bike* you should need insurance to ride them on public property and there should be restrictions where appropriate.

spadders

Which is why I said your arguing skills are lacking. It was meant as constructive criticism, stick to your points, dont make stuff up and don’t get distracted talking about guns and drug dealers as it undermines your position. It comes across more as a rant rather than a valid objection.

Xiaomi M365 PRO Eletric Scooter £363.57 @ DHgate
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Cheapest one available right now
armanajeer26

Thanks

ukads

EU version which is the same I believe. It does come with an EU plug so you'll need the converter. No idea re the warranty. I guess so as it's new and genuine.

armanajeer26

do you know if it was the UK version and if it has warranty

ukads

That's really annoying! Well when it does come you'll be pleased with it, brilliant piece of kit.

Russell_Sampson

Same as me, all brand new and official. Super little scooter!

Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter M365 - £314.90 at AliExpress MC-TECH Store
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th MayShipping from RussiaShipping from Russia
best price right now, shipped from Russia Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter - Worldwide Top Seller Maximum speed 15.5mph Maximum range 18.6 Miles / 29km* Typical range 13 Miles /… Read more
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johnraggett

My pro one from the deleted thread arrived today, sport mode rapido!!

armanajeer26

Yeah give it a couple more days

happybubbas

Has anyone order one and it’s arrived? I ordered this one from Poland last Thursday and it still says it’s in Germany and has been since the 29th May.

armanajeer26

My one says address change request now on ups lol

johnraggett

Arriving Thursday

2019 Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Mijia M365 Pro Smart E Scooter £388 @ AliExpress MI Europe Prime Store
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd MayShipping from SpainShipping from Spain
ONLY 4 LEFT AT THIS PRICE! Shipped from Spain, delivery 3rd June 2020 2019 Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Mijia M365 Pro Smart E Scooter Skateboard Mini Foldable Hoverboard Longboard… Read more
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Gadgetdeals

There are none left so not a problem, warranty issues are not just confined to scooters but most things you buy from abroad, at least Spain is in the EU and you have some sort of protection until the end of the year, if you buy direct from China then could be worse, you pay your money you take your chance. When you buy a car the price includes an element set aside for warranty that’s why you pay more, you can’t have it all ways (y)

rizrehma

Bought from Ali Express scooter,came from Spain but I had problem in my scooter they said I have send Spain to repair my cost for posting.

pedro.santos

Here we go.... (Hold up... gonna get myself some popcorns...)

lumens

Lot of “if”s there! I don’t even have an electric scooter. My only point is riding one on the road or pavement as stated above is not in itself a criminal offence.

lcassey

Yeah unless there are additional circumstances and additional offences commited (eg drunk or dangerous driving) , current penalty Is a fixed penalty notice (fine and points) so doesn’t count as a criminal conviction but will affect your insurance almost certainly with the points. only way you’d potentially end up in prison is if you’re already got a stacked licence for points (And additional circumstances as normal penalty for this would be larger fine and driving ban) or don’t pay the fine in which case you’ll end up in a magistrates court (so wouldn’t be a Judge anyway, would be a magistrate or recorder) and if convicted at a court you WOULD then have a criminal conviction.

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Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter - Black £331.10 delivered (£321 with fee free card) @ Amazon.es
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Delivered in 3-5 days Let the legal debate commence...
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MrCharlie

I haven't had a chance to fully test it out due to covid. It's heavy at around 19kg and bit bulky when folded not a Brompton. But my intention is to not use public transport unless it's raining and prob never if covid hangs around. if you fancy something smaller go for the Fiido D1, it's smaller ish and get on a deal on here for 366. However this will suit my needs with the gears etc. I will use power when going to work not to get sweaty and pedal more on the way home to get in the exercise if we ever get back to normal.

omgpleasespamme

This version or the pro? To get 14 miles out of one of these I'd guess you're a little on the slim side.

Nico_Shek

I can't seem to buy anything from Ali express. Everything that I'm interested in says "can't be shipped to the selected country" only it doesn't even allow me to select a country. I've googled it and seems like a lot of people experience the same problem but can't figure out why. Do you not get the same message or do you know what the issue is and worked around it?

villan57

Blimey I'd be thinking get a job nearer home or move closer to work

_Tris_

Thanks will look into it (y)

Xiaomi Electric Scooter M365 £359.99 @ Maplin (£341.99 with 5% discount/blue light card)
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Not sure how good this is but have only seen these for around £400+ before. Used blue light card to get 5% discount but think that code might do it too. Delivery is free and 'usual… Read more
muckspreader1

Never seen the G30 for the same price as the pro Xiaomi ?If you can find it for the same as I paid for the m365 pro then I'll buy it but doubt you will.Paid £464 on eBay cheapest Ive seen the ninebot g30 max for is £699 from a reputable dealer.

Maakka21

What about the new ninebot g30 max. Slightly better battery, better kers system, 5hrs charge time compared to 9 and a 40mile range on eco mode. Slightly cheaper than the Pro if shop around

muckspreader1

The pro is fantastic.Love mine very smooth and great battery

Maakka21

M365 is good. The original e scooter. The new M365 Pro has a charge time of 9hrs

HorseBoxGuy

From Wiki: On 28 February 2018, Maplin went into administration, placing 2,500 jobs at risk,and on 25 June 2018, all Maplin stores ceased trading. The brand of Maplin was purchased and relaunched under Digital First Retail Ltd in June 2018. On 26 October, this was publicly announced on Twitter. On 30 January 2019, the website of Maplin was relaunched, selling a range of electronics, CCTV and computing supplies.

(Working again) Xiaomi M365 Pro, shipping from spain - £388 @ AliExpress / MI Europe Prime Store
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th MayShipping from SpainShipping from Spain
Great deal on a great scooter.
dsutton21

If going to be taxed then electric bikes should be taxed too?

cooley

Did anyone buy the scooter from this supplier? If so please provide some feedback regarding the experience.

planet2sky

Same price?

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NEW DEAL - ONLY 4 LEFT here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/2019-xiaomi-mi-electric-scooter-mijia-m365-pro-smart-e-scooter-3470215

podface1

Do halfords change the tyres? I saw they sell them

White Xiaomi M365 Scooter £349 @ Drones Direct
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Usual blah, illegal for UK roads but seems best price from U.K. supplier next day free delivery Max Speed: 25km/h Range: 30km Charging Time: 5 hours Net Weight: 12.5kg Fo… Read more
caseyrain

This seems to be back up to £399 which feels overpriced right now given that they were often selling at £299 in the last few months, and I got one new from Pure for less than £350 a year ago. Cold.

omgpleasespamme

The legality of the scooter wouldn't make any difference in a civil suit for damages. Either you caused the damages and are liable or you didn't and you're not liable.

rourkey3

Cyclists don't have to take a test so how can they be sued for riding incorrectly?? Cyclists won't ever have to pay tax or insurance. If you are a motorist who doesn't like it then dump your polluting car and get a bike,

yozzman1234

Well am with JL so that's good to know ! But I wonder if that situation has ever happened and paid out ?

Dinger42

We were in San Francisco a couple of years ago and really impressed by the number of people of e-scooters there. Ducking in and out of the traffic and break neck speed. No helmets! The car drivers just seemed to accept and ignore them. Would love to see the casualty figures but sure looked cool.

Xiaomi M365 Pro £459.08 at Halfords eBay
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Xiaomi M365 pro from Halfords on their ebay store. Code reduces the price by 8%. Cheapest reliable vendor i've found.
YesReally

Hi, This is the link, but, there was a code which took it down to £338 that was posted on hukd. As the deal was taken down soon after I'm sorry I don't know what the code was. I don't think it comes with the anti puncture liquid, however you can buy a roll of anti puncture tape, about £5 on ebay. https://m.dhgate.com/product/hot-2019-xiaomi-mi-electric-scooter-mijia/476896206.html?d1_page_num=1&dspm=pcen.sp.list.2.pyb0uauxuRJgrBXEmb3g&resource_id=476896206&f=bda|content|hotukdeals|deals&utm_medium=content&utm_source=hotukdeals#redirect_detail=PC2WAP

Iwantadealnow

Hello, It was on Ebay and it was the regular tyres. I expired the link as it was running until 11th May. Keep your eye on ebay for their 8% discount code - i've seen them advertise this a few times the past 2 months. Slime costs around £15 for halfords to add to your tyres.

tony1975

Hi Where did you exactly get that from? Can you please send me a link? I really want to get this model. Also, is the one you bought the one that comes with the tyres filled with the anti puncture liquid?

thabiz

Am I the only person in my 30 years of life that has never had a problem with people riding on the pavement either with bicycles or these, or people roller skating, skate boards, micro scooters, or hover boards. Maybe there are idiots in London. But it's one in a million. Not enough to justify the law situation. If it was up to me I would say you can ride on pavement at max speed of 5mph like mobility scooters can, but when on the road, cycle lane or cycle path then 15mph on residential urban area roads or 25mph on large open roads. No need for compulsory insurance or safety gear, no need for licence, or tax, and you should be able to drink and use them, as long as you are not riding it in a dangerous manner. In Amsterdam motor scooters can ride in fairly pedestrianised areas, it works fine. Stop scare mongering and worrying about nonsense, if you want less cars on the road then these things need to be accepted. If you treat the citizens as adults and drop the unnecessary nanny state rubbish we will all be better off.

omgpleasespamme

Sure they do. If they want to pass someone on a small footpath slowing down to 3-5 mph is sometimes the best way to do it. Ergo the problem you have doesn't appear to be with the scooters themselves, just the people who ride them. Anyway, my mum just bought one so now it appears not only does "everyone have one" but now "everyone and their mum" has one. I can't imagine there's much hope of her riding on the roads.

Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Mijia M365 Smart E Scooter £299.95 delivered from Spain @ Aliexpress Deals / MC-TECH Store
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Considering the prices everywhere in Europe or in the UK, this price is a decent one. Black and white are available at the moment. Comes from Spain and should be delivered in aro… Read more
Justsuperman

Mine arrived today via parcel force no idea why tracking says stored

harpwn

Scooter arrived, seems in new condition. charger is a bit scuffed, otherwise all good. Will ride at lunchtime.

Justsuperman

I shouldn’t have to pay anything on it it’s from Spain there is no customs.

maxmix

Thats what they are telling you.... One of the customs guys kids is running about on it in their back garden :) So what now ! Do you need to pay the VAT, Handling, Duty etc ? :( maxmix

Justsuperman

Mine has been stopped by customs and stored... what a joke seller isn’t responding

Xiaomi M365 PRO Electric Scooter - UK Edition £449 LaptopsDirect
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Xiaomi M365 PRO Electric Scooter - UK Edition £449 LaptopsDirect
2 Year UK Manufacturer Warranty What Stands out Max Speed: 25km/h Range: 45km Charging Time: 9 hours Net Weight: 14.2kg The improved & updated version of the worlds be… Read more
dothedealnow

Agreed. However I suspect the press is a little optimistic. There will be a consultation, then possibly trials, then possibly regulation and change in current legislation to make a new breed of escooter legal. This could all take years.

deleted2444191

Ya ok fair point but the rules are supposedly being drawn up now at least so the press says

dothedealnow

Agreed!

dothedealnow

Wrong. There are regulation for all vehicles with motors. Escooters meet none of them currently. Which is why they are banned and likely to remain so for quite some time, through the consultation and any subsequent trial. "E-scooters are classed as a ‘powered transporter’ and are covered by the same laws and regulations that apply to all motor vehicles. As such, e-scooters would need to meet the different requirements (e.g. road tax, technical safety standards) of the Road Traffic Act 1988 to use public roads lawfully. Currently, e-scooters on the market cannot do so."

deleted2444191

there are NO regulations on e-scooters. they're under consultation now.

Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter M365 + Phone holder Bundle £291 @ Coolshop
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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter M365 + Phone holder Bundle £291 @ Coolshop
The minimal yet modern design of Mi Electric Scooter has been awarded the prestigious Red Dot "Best of the Best" Award, as well as the iF Design Award 2017. Mi Electric Scooter ha… Read more
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Alvie

Nope, gonna ride it illegally but I suppose if anyone had a room/garden large enough then yeah

jacksamthompson

I wouldnt usually have gone in the rian but i was too excited

JRC7

“Day 1 with my scooter - commute has drastically reduced from 45 min walk / 30 min” I don’t usually ride my Pro when it’s raining. Due to slippery surfaces & the motor not being waterproof. As long as you stay below 15mph under EU law, you’ll be fine. It’s the 50 mph e scooters police clamp on.

jacksamthompson

Day 1 with my scooter - commute has drastically reduced from 45 min walk / 30 min bus to a 15 min scoot. Picture the scene at 8:30 this morning. Me speeding through the rain on my brand new scooter. No helmet. No reflective jacket. Complete disregard for human life. Police pulls out of a side road - immediately puts on the blues and gives chase. "Sir you are driving an illegal vehicle, we will shoot to kill!"... Just kidding, I scooted right past a police car this morning (with reflective jacket and helmet because im a responsible scooter owner) and nothing happened. Long live the scoot.

dothedealnow

E-scooters are classed as a ‘powered transporter’ and are covered by the same laws and regulations that apply to all motor vehicles. As such, e-scooters would need to meet the different requirements (e.g. road tax, technical safety standards) of the Road Traffic Act 1988 to use public roads lawfully. Currently, e-scooters on the market cannot do so. https://commonslibrary.parliament.uk/science/technology/e-scooters-why-are-they-not-legal-on-uk-roads/

PRO VERSION M365 Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Mijia - £369.68 @ AliExpress Deals / MC-TECH Store
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Posted 4th FebPosted 4th FebShipping from SpainShipping from Spain
PRO VERSION M365 Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Mijia - £369.68 @ AliExpress Deals / MC-TECH Store
Seems a good price just now - ordered one for myself. It ships from Spain. Looks like it comes with a 1 year warranty as well. The seller gets good reviews.
dothedealnow

Yup, I'd buy one if they were made legal, the roads were safer and I was 4 stone lighter!

maxmix

Germany has had so many accidents it's unreal.... The people who think this is coming to the UK (Legally) soon have not got a clue lol And once a few major deaths are caused, It will likely be a big No No here also.... You pay your money you take your chance, just dont cause a serious accident or kill someone with an escooter and you will be fine (for now) If it ever all gets sorted out here in the UK i'd be the 1st to buy one ;) maxmix

dothedealnow

https://www.ft.com/content/7adc822e-4ce2-11ea-95a0-43d18ec715f5

mattheeew

I think you made a great decision! I've got my M365 Pro and it's fantastic. The build quality is really nice. I actually cancelled my AliExpress order because it was taking a few days to ship. I ordered a refurbished one from a UK dealer which advertised it had 30 miles on the clock but when I received it it was covered in scratches and the app says it's done 300 miles! I re-ordered one from AliExpress from the flash deals section on the app for £359. That is due to arrive on Monday. Much faster delivery than the one I originally posted. I'm returning the refurbished one today because there's too many issues with it. The brakes are worn out as well!

ju5ti

Many thanks OP. After months of seeing similar deals and reading all the comments and thinking about how I have no spare money I finally just went for it, using your link, today. I will likely have to hide it in its box for several months anyway as I can’t bring myself to tell my wiser, better half that I bought ‘another thing’. This may be my last post for a while as I feel I may have to unsubscribe from HUKD until my credit is restored (both with my wife and with my bank). I may never get the thing out of the box and may just re-sell it as it’s possible to get a tidy profit if a £1 selling fee pops up on an Auction site. On the other hand, I may be seen blazing a trail from my house to my child’s nursery on my WFH days, folding the thing and shoving it under the buggy on the walk home. Or maybe on those Saturday mornings when I forgot the eggs or milk or fancy some bacon, I can scoot out and back in just a few mins. Not sure about the commute - I like walking, the 20 mins to the tube, and I worry about locking it up all day, but the idea is sound. I definitely don’t want to be fined or get points on my licence but so far have not seen any indication of this happening in London. I see plenty of these scooters every day in zone 3 and 1, often zooming passed police cars or officers and have never seen anyone be stopped. But I’ll worry about regularly using it until they are allowed. I 100% think they will be. I absolutely do not think that minority groups, luddites, or fearful differently abled pedestrians will get their preference. Some common sense and some safety regulations will help. Again thanks. Oh, OP - I presume you received yours? Any detail on quality, wait time, packaging, expectations, problems? I have a small window in which to cancel if anything bad. TTFN

Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter £259.99 delivered @ PureScooters
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Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter £259.99 delivered @ PureScooters
£259.99£289.9710%Pure Scooters Deals
Code confirmed working but they may get wise... For the last two years, this has been the worlds top selling scooter. However, Xiaomi have now launched an update called the Xiao… Read more
Norseg

They don't check mate I've got a flashlight/torch what's supposedly is illegal in the UK but never have I had a officer ask me how many lumens is my torch (lol) if I was asked that I'll die of laughter (:I

dothedealnow

Correct. Stop wasting your money people.

dothedealnow

They will. Only certain models will be legal. Same as Singapore.

rashriaz

Mine got delivered today :)

donnaliddle

I've just phoned them disappointed that they have removed MATCH80 when I want to buy. They've just reactivated it and I've bought m365 for £249.99 GO GO GO GO

Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter - Black - UK Edition £279.99 (1.01% Topcashback) @ Laptops Direct
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Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter - Black - UK Edition £279.99 (1.01% Topcashback) @ Laptops Direct
Spring will be here soon, and what better way to get around town than on a nice M365 scooter, by pushing it of course, as you aren't allowed to use these on in public (y) Pleas… Read more
StuartCoulson

E-scooters: Why are they not legal on UK roads? https://commonslibrary.parliament.uk/science/technology/e-scooters-why-are-they-not-legal-on-uk-roads/ Are e-scooters legal in the UK? While it is legal to buy or sell an e-scooter, riding them on public roads, pavements or cycle lanes is against the law. E-scooters are classed as a ‘powered transporter’ and are covered by the same laws and regulations that apply to all motor vehicles. As such, e-scooters would need to meet the different requirements (e.g. road tax, technical safety standards) of the Road Traffic Act 1988 to use public roads lawfully. Currently, e-scooters on the market cannot do so. Gov.uk says that if manufacturers think their design does meet all the technical requirements needed for power transporters, they can submit it to the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency for approval. Also, the 1988 Act (section 34) together with the Highways Act 1835 (section 72) bans e-scooters (or as the law refers to them ‘mechanically propelled vehicles’ ) from pavements, cycle paths and public footpaths. This means that riders could face a £300 fine and six points on their licence if they use them on public roads or pavements. Riding e-scooters on private land is, however, completely legal – with the landowner’s permission. ... I guess that's a no then. Heat added for the bargain though.

Wibblefish

Wow faster then I thought with a heavy rider!

Wibblefish

Thanks for your input. I know the pro is better l, especially for someone my size, it's just the large difference in price that is putting me off. But perhaps I will wait for another good deal on a pro rather then jumping in at full price.

jweaver

This might help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbNAyqQyZ-I&t=323s

deleted2385492

I'm 100Kg, and yeah I can't go as fast or as far as someone who weighs say 75kg. You would certainly see a difference with the power provided from the pro version. I wish I'd gone for pro instead of the normal one.

Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter £299 @ Halfords
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Xiaomi M365 Electric Scooter £299 @ Halfords
Yes. We all know these scooters are illegal to ride on the road and we will take our own chances. All you bizzy bodies can jump back under your rocks :{ Up to 25% off a range of … Read more
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Chiptivo

If anyone interesting in buying with a further £30 off and you don't have any AA, or Cycle memberships, people are selling 10% off coupons on ebay. Makes this deal sweeter for £269 :) Also if you follow the recommendations and only use these on private roads or areas with the owners permission, there is NO LEGAL requirement to wear a helmet or any safety gear at all. So can be used straight from the box. Enjoy.

dothedealnow

Nope. 'E-scooters are classed as Personal Light Electric Vehicles (PLEVs), meaning their max speed and power is too low would need to be boosted in order to make them road legal.' PLEVs are a subset of https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/powered-transporters/information-sheet-guidance-on-powered-transporters

Chiptivo

Not this model. You have to push off before any request to the motor engages. These are electric powered assisted scooters.

dothedealnow

Whilst different models the mode of investigation seems valid. Battery, controllers, then software etc. An sure there are many others globally who have had similar issues on a variety of devices.

akaboomboom

Thanks I'll have read through this

Xiaomi M365 Pro Electric Scooter - Black £455 @ Halfords
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Xiaomi M365 Pro Electric Scooter - Black £455 @ Halfords
Great scooter for a beginner into the hobby and a great price from a uk retailer with great warranty coverage.
maxmix

Does anyone know if Halfords have any out on display ? I visited a big Curry's yesterday and they don't display them, guy said it can't be returned unless bought online. maxmix

Hassann

I haven't even opened the box yet and I bought it over a week ago (lol) I fear I open the box and a better deal pops up, so I'm biding my time for a couple of weeks. It's been raining everyday so won't be able to properly try it anyway. I have ever tried an electric scooter so won't have a benchmark or reference to compare it to. I'll let you know my thoughts when I do finally use it

Biggunspaul

You do know that most of the decent scooters have lights built into them,my £2k ebike doesn't have lights as standard,and there is no law that says you have to wear a helmet or high vis on a push bike either,or insurance for that matter. If anything ebikes are more dangerous as they weigh far more (mine weighs 24kg) so would do more damage hitting anyone than a scooter that weighs about 15kg.Also my perfectly legal ebike will go as fast if not faster than an e scooter. The only thing that makes an e scooter illegal is an old out of date law that doesn't allow them as they propell themselves,where an ebike you have to move your legs for the motor to kick in,but trust me when i say that in full power mode you are barley moving your legs to fly along. So in simple terms an e scooter is no more dangerous than an ebike that is perfectly legal on the roads,if anything a scooter is safer. Oh and for what it is worth i am also a driver (with a camera) and you get idiots on the roads on bikes,scooters,in cars,lorries and everything inbetween,and thousands of them are uninsured and shouldn't be on the roads.

Biggunspaul

Jesus christ calm down mate,all that for a simple joke comment. And what's with all the millennial talk like you are talking to some kid,I'm in my 40's ffs.

dothedealnow

Absolutely. Have installed a camera in the car so when I accidentally maim one of these clowns riding in the dark with no lights, flouro, helmet I can sue the crap out of them for damage to my car, PTSD etc.

GRADE A1 (As New) - Xiaomi M365 PRO Electric Scooter - UK Edition £369.69 @ Laptops Direct
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GRADE A1 (As New) - Xiaomi M365 PRO Electric Scooter - UK Edition £369.69 @ Laptops Direct
Pro version. Free delivery. Electric scooters are not legal to use on roads or pavements in the UK. Please use your scooter responsibly and always wear protective clothing inc… Read more
fat.tony

It's the season of goodwill, a Christmas miracle!

Xiaoda

Yeah it's too early for me lol.

solid

Phew That could have ended badly, but glad it all woprked out Was worried there for a minute :{

MrSwitch

OK, I accept the apology. But I just meant comparing buying from an HK based company with very little warranty, and buying from an established UK company are different.

Xiaoda

Ok for what it's worth, I wasn't trying to call you racist, just trying to ask for more explanation of your comment of "it's an HK company". But I apologise for saying it - I'm sorry. Let's be friends.

Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter M365 £299 @ Coolshop (4.04% At Topcashback)
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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter M365 £299 @ Coolshop (4.04% At Topcashback)
£299£323.998%Coolshop Deals
Topcashback linky Power structure:30 x 18650mAh lithium battery units Travel distance up to 30 km Charger rated power:71W Charger rated input voltage:100-240V ~, 50 / 60HzB… Read more
TopTrump

Just let it go will ya? Not all of us ride aggressively and are aware we share the space with seen or unseen pedestrians. "There's a reason people don't cycle on the pavement..." Perhaps in the Yorkshire Dales but in urban metropolis, it's all about survival. Just because you meet one selfish idiot in your life, doesn't mean everyone and everything on this planet is an idiot that acts selfishly. End of discussion. If you want to ram home your point any more, hook up with the DVLA and create a gov.uk sponsored website.

zeb.mattey

Nobody is being passive aggressive, these scooters are being used dangerously, especially by adults on the pavement. There's a reason people don't cycle on the pavement... https://www.independent.co.uk/news/paris-scooters-lime-electric-trottinettes-accidents-a8955561.html

TopTrump

Go f qiorself. And mind the escooters in your area... Passive aggressive for no other reason than to entertain yourself. I pity those involved in your real life.

rayben

You sound just like the man whose name you copied,fake news my final farewell as I have a real life to pursue

TopTrump

Infantile. It's like being back at school. Haven't you got GCSE's to study for? You and zeb.mattey ruling the back of the class eh? After school, the chicken shop and then a spliff on the way back home.

Xiaomi m365 Mi Electric Scooter at AliExpress/Xiaomi for £277.70
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Xiaomi m365 Mi Electric Scooter at AliExpress/Xiaomi for £277.70
Best price so far and I ordered this from the seller myself about 8 months ago and comes from Poland so takes between 3-5 days for delivery P.S first one to say the "it's illega… Read more
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TheLondonCyclist

Yeah, you can get thicker 8" tyres, the 10" tyres are good, too. I'd just shove puncture tape in and rap around the tyre twice and put the tube in and you should be fine.

dark_shadow

Wow, that's really off putting but I guess that's what comes with such small tyres. I'm in 2 minds on getting one. The road I live on has loads of lorries driving by which has shrapnel EVERYWHERE, so it's not a good idea. Can you get some thicker tyres?

TheLondonCyclist

Put it this way, buy around 5 spare inner tubes on Ali Express. Fill the current tubes with anti puncture sealent, then lay anti puncture tape in the tyres and double up on the tape and you should be good to go. Wet weather softens the rubber and allows shrapnel to enter the tyre much easier (it happens on my road bike as well). I hate wet weather in non mountain bike tyres. Undoing the wheels then replacing the tube and putting back together is just a long boring process and that's the first thing on my mind when my tyre got s puncture, 'fk sake now I have to fking take it apart'

dark_shadow

Dayumn!!! How's the repair process?

TheLondonCyclist

I 3 punctures in a week during wet weather. I almost punched someone lol

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