expired [eBay Plus] Xiaomi M365 Folding Electric Scooter International Version with 2 Spare Tyres $501.46 Delivered @ Xiaomi Aus eBay

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Good price on this scooter.

Main Features

  • 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

Original 15% off on eBay for eBay Plus Members, 10% off for Non Members eBay Deal Post

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Comments

  • +13 votes

    No Snapdragon 855, I'm out

  • +1 vote

    This or wait for M365 pro?

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    Segway es Max just came out a lot better than the pro

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      Hi, could you please tell me why it's a lot better? I can see the Pro has a range of [edit]45km[/edit], but the ES Max only has a range of 25km.

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        The Max has a 40 mile range.

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          Ahh cool, thanks for the information. Couldn't find a price or supplier locally though.

          • +2 votes

            @Quantico: You can't find a price or supplier because the Max doesn't really exist yet outside of a crowdfunding campaign on indiegogo and a few 'review' units.

            The Ninebot/Segway Max is expected to have a 540Wh battery compared with 474Wh in the M365 Pro and 280Wh in the M365. Efficiency is probably going to broadly similar between scooters, thus the Max will have nearly double the range of the M365, and perhaps 10-15% more range than the M365 Pro.

            The other difference is that the Max is RWD, as opposed to the other scooters which are FWD.

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    Hi guys, is this one version 1 or version 2. I saw previous OzBargain deal for version 2? https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/441439 Thanks

  • -2 votes

    dont forget ya shopback

  • -1 vote

    If I rode one of these in Adelaide do you think they would see that it's illegal or assume it's just part of the two companies that allow scooter hires in Adelaide?

    • +2 votes

      Ironically, you might be more likely to get caught out in cities where trials are occurring, as the police will probably be fairly up to date on what's allowed and what's not. Meanwhile, here in the ACT (where they're illegal), I've literally seen AFP employees come out of the headquarters and zoom off on their scooter, all in front of two cops stationed out the front of the building. The cops looked at the dude, and seemed pretty impressed.

      Ultimately, I think it comes down to luck at this point in time. Most cops probably won't look twice, but it only takes one to bring the fun to an end.

  • +1 vote

    Illegal in Vic and NSW

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    Only one person bought it on this deal, interesting

  • +9 votes

    Don’t think you’ll be raided by cops if you cruised passed them cautiously and not causing any attention, they have a lot more better things to do. Just stick by the road rules and should be fine that goes for any state, and I’m in a Nanny state.

  • +1 vote

    Can you speed limit these through software? Would hate to be fined or have it confiscated.

    Also anyone know what the weight limit is for this unit?

    Also how are people finding these in terms of reliability?

    • +1 vote

      Yea there's a tool online to mod the software on this model

    • +1 vote

      Yes, They have different drive ‘modes’ which limit max speed and power, etc which you can switch on the fly by clicking the main button. On my 365Pro ‘eco’ is set at 15km/h, ‘D’ is 20km/h, “S’ is 25km/h (32km/h on mine 🤫), so it’s very easy to set a slower speed if needed. D mode at 20km/h is great for a nice relaxing cruise!

  • +4 votes

    It's still legal to use a foot scooter, why can't you just 'foot' pedal one of these past police and 'power' ride the rest of the time. Place your foot on the ground ever now and again, and it's a foot powered scooter with no current restrictions. Which I've seen some fast pure foot powered scooters, going faster than some of the electric scooters.

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      100% agree, it’s pretty hard to tell from other perspective if it’s electric anyway, cops arnt bright either, use your foot and first thing they think is NON electric as it’s conpletely silent without using the motor, if it’s using LPG or Petrol then it’s another story.

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    So ridiculous these are considered "illegal". I really would love to get one, but the fines involved are the only thing preventing me and I'm sure plenty of others purchasing one.

  • +1 vote

    Too bad the eBay plus link is dead and I can't sign up. eBay is notorious for dead links, it's like they don't want your business.

    • +1 vote
      1. Run promotion to encourage Ebay Plus membership.
      2. Not allow people to sign up.
      3. P̶r̶o̶f̶i̶t̶ Embarrassment
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    A friend of mine told me people riding this got fined in China as well, but for just like $4 bucks

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    Electric scooters can be ridden in the Adelaide CBD due to an exemption being granted under the Road Traffic Act. It was kicked off as a trial for the Fringe and has not been withdrawn. For those who care to know the specifics, it's in Gazette Number 8 of 2019 (https://governmentgazette.sa.gov.au/sites/default/files/publ...)

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      Hmm, yeah, no thanks
      From the Gazette under Conditions, 5.5:

      An electric personal transporter may only be driven:
      in accordance with any other conditions and/or by-laws imposed by Council;

      From council https://www.cityofadelaide.com.au/explore-the-city/city-trav...

      During the permit period, only e-scooters operated by approved providers are permitted by the City of Adelaide in the 'trial area'.

      From DIPTI http://www.mylicence.sa.gov.au/road-rules/e-scooter-trial

      You can only ride your privately owned scooter on private property - not on roads, footpaths or other public spaces. Otherwise, only e-scooters owned by the operator permitted by the City of Adelaide are to be used during this trial. If you are caught riding an e-scooter not approved for this trial you may be fined for driving an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle $1186.

  • +1 vote

    RACV (Victoria) - "When using an electric device that is more than 200 watts or can travel at more than 10km/h on level ground it’s considered to be a motor vehicle and would need to follow vehicle rules, including being registered."

    How do the cops know how much power it has?