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Xiaomi M365 Folding Electric Scooter International Version with 2 Spare Tyres $509.96 Delivered @ Gearbite eBay


Not as cheap as the eBay Plus weekend sale, but still at a relatively low price. Not too bad if you missed out, but I’d still be crying.


  • 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

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  • in positive news, I saw today that Canberra is looking to make it legal to use these scooters on some roads (up to 50km/h), bike paths and foot paths. That will either make the prices go up because demand is high or prices drop because lots of other options will become available…
    Very tempted…

    • Should've been legal ages ago

    • why is the chinese communist government more open minded than australian government when it comes to electric scooters legality?

      • They don't care for human life as much, or more specifically, they aren't worried about being sued for allowing it to happen.

        • Australian state government allows electric bikes in many states
          Not to mention cars are legal and more people die from car accidents

          I don't think worrying about being sued is the reason.

          Also many European countries allow these electric scooters to be legally used..

          As always, the government is just so far being the rest of world

  • +2 votes

    Just remember that in some/all? states if you are riding a scooter or bike and hit a stationary object be it car,truck or pole you aren't covered by TAC nor are any pedestrians covered if you hit them so they may sue you for compensation

    • Exactly this. I don't care how "safe" they are or whatever, if I hit a pedestrian and they happen to fall and crack their skull I could be up for hundreds of thousands in medical bills. Not worth the risk.

      • Given I cycle at around 35-40kmph, it seems ****ing rediculous that ebikes are limited to 25kmph and scooters don't even get considered in some states. It's sad that Australia has devolved into legal restrictions for every new thing that comes along just because everyone is scared of getting sued. Ban personal accident legal advertising like it used to be!

  • Is there any backpack can hold this?

  • firstly - these should already be legal, its not like there aren't other things on the roads and paths that are just as…, if not more dangerous.

    With what as been in the news lately, I do agree there needs to be limits to the speed that they can actually do etc, but I dont get their issue.
    They talk about what if you hit a pedestrian on a pathway etc, well,
    considering many cyclists (school kids or otherwise), skateboard riders etc storm past,
    be it a school kids, or a wanna be 'pro' coffee shop drinking cyclist etc, I think a speed restricted scooter is the least of their/our worries.
    Keep left everyone… pedestrians and other commuters, roads or pathways alike.

    Dont know if other states have a TAC equivalent, but - not useful for all, just some.. But very good to be aware of and to know the in and outs of.
    The TAC is a Victorian Government-owned organisation
    set up to pay for treatment and benefits for people injured in transport accidents,
    promote road safety and improve Victoria's trauma system.

    • TAC won't get involved until scooter owners start paying for 3rd party insurance.

    • TAC Victoria coverage
      We cover injuries that result from accidents directly caused by the driving of a car, motorcycle, bus, train or tram
      Note apparently you are covered on a bike or scooter if you hit a vehicles open door or the vehicle is moving otherwise you aren't there was a court case recently with a cyclist hitting a stationary truck and being left either a paralysed he wasn't covered and lost the court case

  • Is anyone that is from other states besides Queensland that has bought this?

  • How do these go when you hit a rock, hole in the road? Wouldn't be great getting flung into traffic. Do they do mountain board versions with decent inflated tyres?

    • They're pretty stable and not too skittish. The lime scooters and these are pretty comparable especially in terms of tyre size and ride confort…

  • Does anyone know if the lime scooters in brisbane use air tyres or solids?

  • I've been trying to apply the code but no luck. Did it work for anyone else?

  • I've been riding one of these for months and loving it.

    Until one day the handlebar felt a bit wobbly. I thought I'd take a look and tighten it when I get home, but the next minute the handlebars were completely detached from the base and I fell off and fractured a rib. The hinge bolt had somehow completely fallen off and was lost.

    Thankfully Gearbite customer service have been very good in their support so far, but be wary if your handlebar is feeling loose, that it's not the hinge bolt falling out!

    • can you share the pic of the bolt that had fallen of?

      so they just sent you a bolt?

      Are you riding this is Queensland and just on the road or footpath?

      • from profile, @Fasty appears to be in VIC.

      • They refunded me but also offered to replace my scooter, but I also contacted Xiaomi and they said there is a recall on my scooter for this exact issue:


        • so you took the refund?

          how long did you own/ride it before it occurred?

          BTW were you riding it on the street with people around e.g shops, roads
          or just private areas?

          i thought it is only legal in queensland?
          you weren't concern about the cops?

          • @pinkybrain: -Yes I took the refund before I knew about the recall.
            -I owned it for about 2-3months.
            -On back roads and bike paths etc.
            -Not really concerned, no

            • @Fasty: looks fun, too bad for all who just bought it at the cheap price $445-$449 etc, now need to send it back..

              was it fun riding at 25km/h?

              would you get it again even after the accident?

              did you landed on the pavement of the foot path or the actual road?
              good thing you didn't fracture your skull etc, were you wearing a helmet ?

              • @pinkybrain: Yes they are so fun! I only ride it at top speed where it is clear to do so, and in those times it doesn't always feel that fast. It's about the same speed as a cyclist going at a casual/relaxed speed to work (I know this because I have followed cyclists doing that).
                I actually crashed going top speed, and I always wondered how injured I would get if I did that. Now I know! I was pretty rugged up for winter including gloves, so there were no grazes and only a small visible bruise on my elbow. But yeah, it took a couple of days to realise there was something not right with my rib.
                Luckily I was on a footpath, and yes I was wearing a helmet but I didn't hit my head.
                I would definitely get on one again, I would just be a bit more cautious. I actually feel like it's safer than a bike, having fallen off my bike at a slower speed and that actually hurt more.


    Everyone! I posted the other day saying my handlebars had literally fallen off while riding, causing me to have a fractured rib. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/466385#comment-7438613

    Well I contacted Xiaomi, and they said to check if my model had a certain serial number because they have been VERY RECENTLY recalled due to this exact issue!



    The affected serial numbers (S/N) range from: 21074/00000316 - 21074/00015107 and 16133/00541209 - 16133/00544518.

    I don't really know how best to get this message out but I'm going to post on every M365 scooter bargain on the site. If anyone has any better ideas let me know!