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


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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  • -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.


    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)


    Looks good but that price tag….


    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.


    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."