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Mercane WideWheel Dual Electric Scooter $1249, Save $350 (Free Shipping over $200) & More @ Dubitz

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Its Christmas Time! Best time to get gifts for your loved ones:
Save up to $700!

Our Top Deals this Festive season include:

Need more power? Get our most popular electric scooter - Mercane Dual 13.2 1000W for only $1249 and save $350.
If you fancy some smooth acceleration, then grab Mercane Single 8.8 500W for only $1049 and save $200.

For a large family or a group of friends we extend our customer favorite 3 for 2 deal:
get two Mercane Dual 13.2 1000W e-scooters for $1400 each and receive Segway ES2 e-scooter for FREE and save 700$!
add all 3 e-scooters to the cart and the discount will be automatically applied at the checkout

Other notable offers include:
-Segway Max e-scooter for $1049 with a free helmet
-Grab Xiaomi M365 PRO for $899 and receive 2 glowing solid tires worth $70
-Segway ES4 + Mi Band only $899

Free delivery with every purchase whole month of December

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Comments

  • -3 votes

    Can these be fitted with training wheels?

    • +1 vote

      just a thought, but I imagine if they are too young to balance on a scooter without training wheels they are probably too young for a 1kW electric scooter.

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    Not a very attractive price. I bought Segway Max e-scooter for $799 @ jbhifi during last sale.

    • +1 vote

      Totally diff scooter. This has two 500 watt motors. Ninebot max is one 350 watt, range is great but so underpowered for its weight (20kg)

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    Looks good but that price tag….

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    Apparently in Australia it is illegal to ride an electric bicycle etc on road or bike paths with a stated power output of more than 200w.

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    Not legal in Vic or NSW not sure about the others. OZb needs a policy on these potentially illegal devices.

    • +3 votes

      Legal in QLD. It gets discussed on every electric scooter post.

    • +1 vote

      Kmart have a good disclosure on their electric scooter page.

      "Note: The laws regarding the use of electric scooters vary between states/territories, and public use isn't permitted in all states/territories. Customers should review these laws before purchasing an electric scooter. Safety equipment should be worn when using electric scooters."