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Xiaomi MiJia Electric Scooter M365 $594.96 Delivered Melbourne Stock @ Gearbite eBay

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15% off with code PEDAL. Huge save for this device.Deal end tonight.

Use Ninebot English app or mi home App.

Really convenient for short trip.

Only 39 units available,ship within 1 business day.

Product information:
Brake Distance: 4 Meters
Model: M365
Battery Capacity: 280Wh
Colour: Black
Motor Rated Power: 250W
MPN: Does Not Apply
Charging Time: 5.5 Hours
Material: Aluminum Alloy
Pedal Ground Clearance: 87.5mm
Charger type: Chinese Plug
Folding Type: 3 Step Folding
Light: Front Lamp,Tail Light
Mileage (depends on road and weight): 20km -30km
Motor size: 6.7 inch Braking System: Dual Brake System
Wheel size: 8.5 inch inflatable tire E-ABS: Yes

12 months local warranty.

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ABN 60 615 962 500

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  • +10 votes

    I was trying to think of a product Xiaomi could bring out that'd surprise me, but I couldn't…..

    • +54 votes

      Condoms? They could be called the Xiaomi InMi…

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        with 12 months local warranty

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          band 28 compatible

      • -2 votes

        May only be appropriate for asian sizes though, for people with xiao me's …

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        Yeah nah still wouldn't surprise me, they make pens remember.

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        no that i think about it, that's a good name for a dildo, certainly will sell

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        "xiaomi" means little rice, its already an euphemism

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        With nfc or bluetooth connectivity?

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    Really wish someone would buy this for me

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      I don’t think Rolf’s coming back any time soon.

  • +4 votes

    In NSW, if not in other states, you can only use these on private land.

    • +2 votes

      Does anyone actually pull you up on it though?

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        The fine is in the order of $1000 (unregistered vehicle + uninsured vehicle) so you wouldn't want to meet a cop having a bad day.

        • +10 votes

          My question is (and not necessarily directed at you), how are these as dangerous to a child/elderly person as someone on a bicycle, which is much larger, can travel much faster, and is permitted on footpaths and in parks?

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      You could go manual 'foot' mode in public spaces. But then you would need a way to prove it was turned off.

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        No you can't, if it's powered it's not allowed on public land.

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      Do you have a link? always want to get one of the electric scooters. if its not allowed to ride in public area by law, i can finally kill the idea for good.

      Another question… if this scooter is prohibited, what about Xiaomi's electric bicycle and sel-balancing scooter?

  • -1 vote

    Where is it legal to use these (apart from Qld)?

    • +3 votes

      China

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        Not legal on main road. You gotta use this on sideway.

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          Even then, it varies from state to state. Victoria's rules have changed, I think. It used to say you can't use them on footpaths, but now it seems you can, but not more than 10Km/h? Unless I'm reading it wrong.

          https://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/safety-and-road-rules/road-r...

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          @flaminglemon:
          this scooter is powered by 250watts so is over powered to be used on vic roads. pity.

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          @dasher86: But, what if we do what @xsacha says? Keep below 10Km/h, and no-one's the wiser?

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          @flaminglemon:
          yep. no one would be the wiser. just hope police don't have equipment to check etc.

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          @dasher86:
          The other brochures say it's overpowered to be considered a recreational electric scooter, so it's over powered for footpaths. But if you want to use it on the road, you'd have to see what Vic Roads thinks about registering the vehicle.

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          @foundit:

          Brochure says motor has 250W power. Regulation says 200W power output of the whole device. There has got to be more than 50W less power at the rear wheel than consumed by the motor. So I would say you are safe on power grounds in Victoria. However, max speed is 25km/hr. This is over the allowed 10km/hr max allowed in Victoria.

    • +2 votes
      • +1 vote

        It would be legal if it were 200W instead of 250W

        It is only meant to go 10km/h (it does 25km/h) but as long as you stick to the limit no one would know?

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    Is this the Standard model or the light/youth/cut down version?

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    I'm a chubby guy; how many kilos can this carry?

    • +31 votes

      I'm a chubby guy

      Perhaps walking is the better option then.

      • +12 votes

        LOL, you winz!

    • +3 votes

      Buy two, one for each leg.

      • +1 vote

        and do a Jean Claude Van Damme

    • +1 vote

      Max Load: 100kg.

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    I think in NSW it is prohibited vehicle .

  • +1 vote

    So if you can register the scooter at RMS I can ride it in NSW?

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      I want to know the same

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      These are unregisterable motorised vehicles. There is simply no way to ride one legally in NSW. unless it is turned off.

      • +1 vote

        Its only illegal to ride it in NSW on public roads and pathways I believe. If you have plenty of private land, you can ride it to your heart's content and is legal.

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      Unfortunately you would need to register effectively as a motorcycle.. It would need brake lights indicators, a license plate.. Etc etc

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    Is there anything they don't do!?

    • +2 votes

      Sex toys, still waiting for a Xiaomi Xiaobang.

      • +2 votes

        Get it right!

        'Xiaomi BangMi'

    • +2 votes

      Xiaomi doesnt always make their own products per se. They sign up a number of smaller OEM companies that guarantee quality products and labels it their own to resell to domestic and international markets. This explains a number of overlaps they have with their product range because they source them from two separate OEMs that semi-compete.

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        Agree.

        That's probably why many of their products don't even mention Xiaomi or Mi anywhere on them (eg. Xiaofang camera, Mi USB fan…)