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Xiaomi M365 E-Scooter w/ 2 Spare Tyres $584.95, Mi Robot Vacuum 2nd Gen $448.76, 1st Gen $319.88 Delivered @ Gearbite eBay


Greetings everyone, Shopro have put some great prices on these items, I believe this is the cheapest so far for this Scooter, I'm really tempted to get it now!

Xiaomi M365 Folding Electric Scooter International Version with 2 spare tyres


  • The electric scooter comes with a dual-brake system. The front wheel has E-ABS anti-lock system, while the rear wheel uses mechanical disk brake. The braking distance can be shortened to 4 meters, making your riding much safer.

  • Powered by 18650 lithium-ion battery pack with a battery capacity of 280Wh and offering an overlong cruising distance of 20-30km
    It adopts intelligent BMS battery management system. You can know the battery conditions through the APP downloaded in your mobile phone.

  • 6 protection functions: short-circuit protection, over-current protection, overcharge protection, over-discharge protection, low-voltage protection, and temperature anomaly protection.

  • Kinetic energy recovery system. The electric scooter has a kinetic energy recovery system that converts kinetic energy into electric energy and offers a better battery life.

  • Smart APP. It can track your cycling habits, riding speed, battery life, etc.

  • There are 4 LED lights displaying the battery capacity, which is easy to know the power quantity

  • 3 seconds quick folding design, stable and convenient

These are local products with a 12 month warranty, they also have an excellent returns policy if necessary.

Features 1st Generation Link 2nd Generation Link
Mopping No Yes
Dust Bin 420ml 480ml
Battery 5200mAh 5200mAh
Rated Power 55W 58W
Suction (Pa) 1800 2000
Designated Point Yes Yes
Clean a particular Space Yes Yes
Scheduled Clean Yes Yes
Infrared Sensor No Yes
Washable and reusable Filter No Yes
Climbing (cm) 1.5cm 2cm
Self Recharging Yes Yes
Identified Carpet No Yes
Digital Virtual Walls Yes (China Mainland Server Req) Yes

Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum 1st Gen Features:

Support Go and Zoned Cleaning
Xiaomi have updated go and zone cleaning function. (These features were added in April 2018)

Intelligent Route Planning:

Laser Distance Sensor ( LDS ) allows the robot to scan its surroundings at 360 degrees, 1800 times per second, with the Simultaneous Localization and Mapping algorithm to map out the interiors of your home and then provides real-time planning routes, edge cleaning followed by Z-shaped cleaning according to the surroundings

Three-dimensional Vacuum Cleaning System:

With its vacuum system, the robot empower your house a super cleaning like a tornado, with no dust, debris, granule, or any other wastes left, so clean and smooth that you can walk with bare feet on the floor

APP Remote Control

Zoned cleaning is available, just one click to set wherever you wanna clean with the map in your phone
5200mAh Large Capacity Battery
robot carries 5200mAh Li-ion battery which ensures 2.5 hours cleaning for a house of 250sq.m in full charge

1800Pa Super Suction

With a strong power, the robot absorbs all the debris, steel beads, soybeans, dust, millet or any other wastes all in a sudden

Almighty Helper

  • 1.5 cm obstacle climbing
  • 360 degrees LDS pressure sensor
  • 4 anti-drop stair sensors
  • 10mm laser edge sensor
  • Automatic self-recharging

As always, enjoy!

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  • love the scooter. my kids love them too.
    But they do go a bit fast for young kids who doesn't know the dangers of road rules.

  • Anyone got one? Keen to know how they'd suit an adult commuting locally to work/shops etc.

    • Perfectly fine for that. Bring a backpack or hang a reuseable bag off the handlebars if you plan or taking anything back home.

      • Iā€™d love one to commute the 5km to work, avoid a packed tram… but do you feel a bit wanky on one of these?

        • +25 votes

          feeling like a smug tool is part of the experience. worth paying more for IMO ;-)

        • Well that's a self-confidence thing right? What's more important, a few looks that you think are judgey or jealousy, or being able to breeze to work and not stand next to a sweaty person?

      • I tried lime scooters the other day. Simply brilliant. Commuting with a smile on your face. I think these have a weight limit of circa 100kg so bear that in mind.

    • +28 votes

      …and make sure you live in an area that permits rideables. Queensland as a whole does.

    • Do you have to wear a helmet when you ride this scooter in Victoria?

      • It's illegal to ride this scooter in Vic with or without a helmet.

        • I reached out to VicRoads and they responded with asking me to submit a submission for the future national policy on electric scooters here: https://www.ntc.gov.au/submissions/

          It is also worth noting that they also said that the law has not kept up with the times, especially when I pointed out this can hardly be more dangerous than a car, that has actually been used as an actual weapon.

          Submissions close on 28 Feb 2019 so get in there before then if you want to submit something.

        • Just start peddling with your foot when you ride past the popo

      • Dont think it's permitted to ride publicly anywhere besides QLD. (Sad face)

      • Legality aside, you would definitely want to wear a helmet (assuming you value your brain).

    • It's illegal to ride in NSW. Approx $600 fine.

      • I reached out to VicRoads and they responded with asking me to submit a submission for the future national policy on electric scooters here: https://www.ntc.gov.au/submissions/

        • can you maybe draft one and start a petition? happy to sign it.

          • @cauilfield: it doesnt seem like its a petition but rather asking for individual submissions though.

            Also, submissions close on 28 Feb 2019 so get in there before then if you want to submit something.

            • @lawyerz: Not sure why Electric Bikes are legal, if these Scooters are illegal.
              They definitely have greater mass, accelerate faster, and reacher a higher top speed.

              Kind of like making kitchen knives illegal, but its fine to own a sword.

              • @Kangal: I agree. I posed the same question as well, and all vicroads could say is that the law hasn't kept up with the times. to which I said, okay, then get a move on? which they pointed me to this submission. Don't you love government red tape? At this rate it'll be years before it actually gets legalised, which in my opinion, is inevitable.

                I might be overthinking it, but I think personal electric mobility devices such as scooters, skateboards, will be big in the future, as big a transition as horses to cars back in the day.

              • @Kangal: Ebikes are restricted to 200-250W and are road vehicles, scooters are mostly more powerful. Bikes also need to be updated to allow larger Wattage to be more useful. I say update/ allow them both

    • If you're commuting to work you'll want to buy a spare charger for the workplace. Occasionally I'll forgot to charge it so it's good to have the charger at work to get you home.

      Also consider the folded dimensions if you use this for last mile commuting i.e. taking it on the bus and train. At 49cm folded height it might be too tall to slide under a seat so you'll need to stand it up and hold it in front of you.


        How are the to push ride, if the battery goes flat ?
        Or does something stop you from using as a regular push scooter.

        • the bigger than normal pneumatic tyres roll quite nice so the scooter is fairly usable even when the battery is dead.

  • This scooter has been posted so much lately, I wonder if it's Xiaomi/China pushing this model on Australia even though the law doesn't accept them yet (except Qld)?

    Good tactic anyway, and it looks like a good piece of kit. Worked on me, finally pulled the trigger. Thanks OP

    • I've started seeing electric scooters being sold in bike shops - e.g. 99 bikes in fitzroy. I can't say it's being pushed but rather the demand is there. Vicroads themselves admitted that the law hasn't caught up when I reached out to them.

    • I heard Lime want to dump scooters in NSW even though theyre not allowed yet, to try push regulations.

    • The OzBargain push pretty much surged as soon as QLD lime trial and the relaxation of the laws happened end of last yr. Demand seems to have surged pretty much overnight

    • Ditto. Sooner or later maybe some overseas entities will start selling drug and guns to Australia. Looking forward to pick up a gun from ozb.

  • What is "Identified Carpet"?

    Edit: pls ignore it's re the vacuum not the scooter… (I should read more slowly)

  • New model has been announced recently with bigger battery, higher top speed, increased range and more info on display.


    • Cheers for this!
      Looks like its the same price as well. It might be worth waiting for it to pop-up or come on these English-translated Chinese websites. Or if you're savvy, get it from a Chinese only website with the help of a friend/Google translate for a cheaper deal and faster sale.

      PS: It's quite heavy at 14kg though.

      • I was hoping the next model would be lighter :( I might take the plunge and get the first model

      • It won't be cheaper, the official price for the new release is 2.799 yuan while the old one is 2.000 yuan. So you could expect the newer model will be around %30 more expensive

    • Thanks for the link. Probably worth holding out for this one, or at least, a bigger discount on the older model.

    • Ready that has stopped me hitting "buy", I wonder how long until we will get Au stock of the updated version? With the updates it may well be worth a wait (and paying a bit more) if not too far away from a local release….

      • Gearbest just started a pre-sale for the pro version. Even though it currently doesn't ship to Australia. My guess is going to be around the $930 mark.

  • As of Friday, Lime e-scooters are permitted in the Adelaide CBD and riverbank precinct, maximum speed of 15km/h. This is a trial during the festival period for Lime, unsure if it extends to all e-scooters.

    • I love when they say 15km/h when the lime scooters will easily do 27km/h on a flat

    • Only Lime Scooters allowed.

      E-scooter laws and road rules
      The only e-scooters allowed to be used in the trial area during the 2019 Adelaide Fringe are those operated subject to a business permit issued by the City of Adelaide. For more information please visit City of Adelaide.


      • Must be at least 18 years old
      • Must wear an approved bike helmet that is securely fitted
      • May ride on footpaths and shared paths unless otherwise prohibited
      • May ride on a road only when crossing or to avoid an obstruction for up to 50m. If road travel is required, riders:
      • Must travel less than 50m along the road to avoid the obstruction;
      • Must keep as far to the left as possible; and
      • Must obey any traffic signals.
      • Must NOT ride on a road: with a dividing line or median strip, or where the speed limit is 50 km/h or more which is one-way with more than 1 marked lane if otherwise prohibited
      • Must not ride in a bike lane or bus lane
      • Must use a warning (e.g. bell, horn or verbal) to avert danger
      • Must have proper control at all times and ride with due care and reasonable consideration for other persons
      • Must use a flashing or steady white light at the front and a flashing red light and reflector at the back of the device when riding at night or in hazardous conditions
      • Must not exceed 15km/h or a lesser speed if required in the circumstances to stop safely to avert danger
      • Must not ride abreast
      • Must not carry passengers
      • Must not have a BAC (blood alcohol concentration) of 0.05 or more or the presence of THC (Cannabis), Methylamphetamine (Speed) or MDMA (Ecstasy) in their blood or oral saliva
      • Must not use a mobile phone whilst riding
      • Must not carry scooters on public transport.

      Example of offences that may apply——————————————Expiation——-Max Penalty
      Riding at speed exceeding 15km/h———————————————-$174—————-$2500
      Failure to wear a helmet———————————————————-$104—————-$2500
      Riding without due care or attention—————————————-$104—————-$2500
      Failure to maintain proper control——————————————-$104—————-$2500
      Carrying, being carried as, a passenger————————————$104—————-$2500
      Riding abreast of another scooter or skateboard————————$57——————$2500
      Failing to warn a pedestrian with a bell, horn or other warning device—$57—-$2500
      Riding at night without lights————————————————-$57——————$2500
      Riding on a road with a dividing line or >50km/h———————-$57——————$2500
      Riding on a road with 2 or more marked lanes—————————-$379—————-$2500
      Riding under age 18——————————————————————$300—————-$2500

      *An additional $60 Victims of Crime Levy applies. Other road rules and laws may apply.

  • I was thinking about the legality of it this morning on my way in to work.

    I wonder if we can be civil disobedience enough to just go ahead and use the scoooter in masses even if it wasn't legal yet.

    Uber and Airbnb wouldn't exist today if it wasn't for their actions in this and I can't say the world is worse off.

    Just an thought in my head this morning.

    Speaking of which, could I get some experience from existing riders in Vic - have you had any harassment and what are your experiences?

    • I get harassed by people wanting to know where to get one, range, price, recharge time, running costs - all that stuff.

      No issues with the police, and I know they've seen me. But I'm careful to be considerate of others, and try to blend as much as possible. I use the footpath and am happy to get off and walk if there's obstructions or people or inattentive kids, or whatever. I've used bike lanes in the CBD, when I'm there (which isn't often). In terms of efficiency, I got from Southern Cross station to Parliament Station in Melbourne in about 15 minutes, from memory. That's at peak hour.

      At home, I can get to the shops and be in the supermarket shopping before I, in the car, would have got to the shopping centre carpark. The car should be quicker but congestion kills it. I carry a backpack for incidental shopping and a cricket bag slung across my back for larger shopping hauls.

      I can't see these and similar e-scooters being anything other than hugely popular in the immediate future.

      • Mate, a law is a law, you like it or not. Guess what, the Chinese are now most fond of no license required 72 volt, max 60km/h scooters. Those are surely more efficient exciting than your current scooter. Dare to get one and use it in the oz cities?

      • Thanks! I did my very first 'real ride' today. It was so fun, but it literally came to a standstill trying to go even the slightest inclination uphill haha

  • Xiaomi Electric Scooters Vulnerable to Life-Threatening Remote Hacks

    • Set a password to your Bluetooth connection… Problem solved.

      • Not that I would really be worried about it, but the article says that the scooter itself doesn't check for authentication properly, just the app does. So hackerman can send the scooter commands directly via Bluetooth without having to authenticate.

        Fix will come in a patch to the scooter pretty quick I imagine

      • read the article dude

  • $450 was my trigger point for the robovac so just purchased it, cheers.

    I bit confused on the combos, are they just spare parts? I'm guessing they can be bought separately in the future if necessary?

  • I had a Neato robovac back in the day (SNES shaped one). It kept getting caught up on wires and stuff and ultimately would just get stuck and not really clean the house properly.

    Is the Mi Robot 2 any better? And is the mopping any good? My house is 100% tiled.

    • you'll love it

      • You're not my vacuum robot slave but…… Why?

        • It has laser navigation, maps out your floor plan. Far better navigation than your old neato. Look at some youtube videos and you'll see how good it is.

          You can also draw no-go lines in the app if you want to avoid an area/room.

        • if they wires are loose, as in android charging cable, earphone laying around - then it will suck them up and may stop. And may ruin thin wires.
          but if its thick power wires (like of extension), it is alright to get around or jump it.

    • If the Neato was getting stuck on "wires and stuff" then any vacuum is going to do the same. You have to clean up all the crap before the vacuum runs.

      I got the Roborock S50 and hate it, so i'm looking to pull the trigger on a Neato.

      • A high end Neato isn't any better than this, so you'll probably hate that too.

        Maybe you should consider de-cluttering your home if you want to use a robot vac.

        • ditto above.
          I have the occasional tangling of cables and/or socks but good other than that.
          my window blinds are also pretty close to the ground as well so what I do I just set up a no-go zone along the lines after the Roborock's done mapping the place.

        • It's got nothing to do with clutter, the Roborock sensors are causing it not to work in my house. Common problem with them, just like the issues with dark carpet, issues with long carpet etc.

          • @LowRange: well you're talking about different issues now. @misterpotatomato is referring to wires and stuff and we said roborock can get around that easily in a couple of different ways.
            tldr; he's talking potato, you're talking tomato (pun fully intended).

          • @LowRange: Yeah black carpet can be an issue with many robot vacs with drop detection. Although you can cover the sensors on the bottom to get around that and set the no-go lines in the app to avoid staircases or drops.

            None of the robot vacs can really do well with high pile carpet. So once again, you'll be disappointed regardless. Neato vacs aren't exempt from issues either, plenty of horror stories and negative reviews (like any product). Maybe robot vacs just aren't for you? They aren't appropriate in every household

            Anyway, here's a good comparison of the high end Neato D7 with the roborock - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VDj-SjxjvI

  • Thanks OP. So the vacuums are Australian stock? Is there much benefits from having the Australian stock over the 'grey' stocks?

    • The vacuums are produced in China, however are imported and held in the warehouse here. So in this case, Australian stock has the following advantages:

      • Fast shipping times due to local stock being on hand to ship most of the time.
      • Local 1 year warranty if any issues arise.

      Hope that helps :)

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