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Xiaomi M365 Pro Scooter $709.95 | Xiaomi M365 $539.96 Delivered @ Gearbite eBay

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Hi, today we have dropped the price on these Scooters to combine with the eBay 10% off sale.

Xiaomi Mi M365 Folding Electric Scooter with 2 spare tyres $539.96 Delivered


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Xiaomi M365 Pro Features:

OLED DISPAY (Speed, Three Mode, Light, Battery Left, Bluetooth Connection, Over heating Warning, Malfunction Error)
300W wheel motor ( max: 600W ) provides the max 25km/h speed and max 15 degree gradient
12.8Ah / 37V Li-ion battery ( included in product ) for max 45km mileage
Three mode ( energy saving mode, standard mode, sport mode ) can be switched to tap the switch button twice
8.5 inch rubber inflatable wheels for different grounds to take
Quick folding design for convenient carrying in your car trunk
Aluminum alloy shell for max 100kg payload

Package Includes:
Xiaomi Scooter Pro Global Version main Device, Charger with AU Plug, English Manual.


Comparison Between the 2 Models:

Features Xiaomi M365 Pro Xiaomi M365
Max Speed 25km/hr 25km/hr
Range 45km 25km
Weight 14.2kg 12.7kg
Battery 474 Wh 280 Wh
Charging Time 8.5 Hours 5.5 Hours
Motor Power 300 W (600 W Peak) 250W (500W peak)
Tyres Air Air
Suspension No No
Brake Front Electrical Electrical
Brake Rear Rear Rear
Display Yes No
Max Gradient Officially 15% (Claimed 20% by Reviewers) 14%

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ABN 60 615 962 500

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closed Comments

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    My friend has one of these and the tyres don't last more then 1-2 weeks for some reason.

    • +9 votes

      your friend needs to pump up the tires.

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        I guess he will probably need a tyre pressure gauge or something?

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        Keeping them inflated helps. However I still average an abrasion flat every ~1000km but am 100kg with backpack which doesn't help.

        PITA to change them but after a couple go's can get a tyre done in 45min or so.

    • +10 votes

      Each to their own. Have had the Xiaomi M365 for well over 6 months and have only good things to say about it. Gearbite is also a very reputed seller and have helped me fix a few things under warranty without any hassles.

      Tyres for this scooter can puncture more easily as they are air-filled. Keep the right pressure, watch where you ride and nothing will happen.

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        Thanks I'll let him know.

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        Can the tyres be easily replaced if needed? Thx

        • +1 vote

          Have heard its a pain but never needed to so dont know. Take it to a bike shop and pay some money, if you are not handy enough. Plenty of vids online to change.

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          its a pain to replace. I haven't experienced a flat yet. hopefully not for a while. I got two spare tyres sitting in the storage, just in case.

        • +5 votes

          I can answer this. I do keep my tyres inflated at a good pressure regularly and so it's only happened once. Accidentally rode over a really big bump and that did it for me. Can confirm, replacing this was the single most annoying thing I've ever done. I'm talking tyre irons and everything. Even bike shops near me didn't want to touch it.

          Eventually I got it on and I made sure to put solid tyres on (against the recommendation, also it probably contributed to the difficulty), because I never want to do this again.

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            @itevenhasawatermark: How did you manage to put the solid tyres on? My brother and I are now experts at replacing the tyres and tubes but we could never get the solid tyres to go on the rims.

            • +4 votes

              @keejoonc: We made this custom tool to change solid tyres:

              https://www.google.com/maps/uv?hl=en&pb=!1s0x6b12af2a7acce06b%3A0xae40495a2c01a36e!3m1!7e115!4shttps%3A%2F%2Flh5.googleusercontent.com%2Fp%2FAF1QipNXCalZ7DNe2BaqxSvhbK_Djae5BCvQFNVsjGfk%3Dw214-h320-k-no!5swalksmart%20-%20Google%20Search!15sCAQ&imagekey=!1e10!2sAF1QipP9Jf5mOb3KWngVLHS1sWNmAO38YvlyUB7hNSw-&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiim5KRofvoAhVwzTgGHYZUDt0QoiowFnoECB4QBg

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                @walksmart: That's the best, I'll have to come to you when the front tyre pops eventually.

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                @walksmart: LMAO, this is hilarious, but kudos for efforts.

              • +1 vote

                @walksmart: Modern problems require modern solutions.

            • +2 votes

              @keejoonc: Blood, sweat and tears. I first cable tied maybe 1/3 of the tire in place to act as my second pair of hands, then I used all the power in the world to stretch it over. Took me about 4 hours (with breaks). I didn't bother boiling/heating the tire to soften it first. Also my tires didn't have the holes like the popular ones. I felt like throwing the whole scooter in the bin.

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                @itevenhasawatermark: Yeah I know… its difficult. We get so many people come in for tyre replacements. Thankfully, the Ninebot Max tyres are more durable. We've seen far less.

                Also something to note, the tread wares quicker on the solid tyres. So they'll need replacing every 1,000km.

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          Yes.
          For starters, slime the tyres so they don't puncture.

          Second, leave the tyres to be replaced in the hot sun for a while (hour should be fine).
          Cable ties can help as extra set of hands to remove the tyre, but with the heating of the rubber makes it a lot easier then all the trouble people have.

          Ensure same when putting back on (Hot sun for the tyre).

          Third - Some people opt for solid, not recommended as no suspension and only if you are completely over punctures.

          FYI This is no different to a wheelbarrow tyre. They are almost impossible without the same process!

      • +2 votes

        Well, if you have a puncture in the future I'm sure your comments will change. It is an absolute pain to replace.
        I can now do it fairly easily but it's hard to do on your own and you need the right tools to make it easier.

        Punctures will come even if you keep it inflated at the right pressure.

        This is by far the worst thing with these scooters.

        • -1 vote

          Just because its hard to repair a puncture does not take away the good points about the scooter. Like I said, each to their own. I wouldnt buy the Pro either as the standard is good enough for what I need it for which is daily commute to work around 3-4ks each way.

          On a side note, would be good to know what tools would I need when the time does come so that I can do it easily and myself.

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            @rdhupar: Your point is? Just because it's good in other aspects doesn't make me want to glorify the rubbish design which makes replacing tyres a real hassle.

            This is the most common complaint with these scooters.

            • -1 vote

              @djc926: I don't seem to understand your point so at least we have that much in common. Never said its a perfect scooter. In fact don't know any product that's perfect.

              Yes, it has its flaws but does that take away the good points about reasonable price, great build quality, light-weight and fit-for-purpose?

              • +1 vote

                @rdhupar: How about you read your own response then? Each to their own? The hassle around changing tyres is a real problem and not something subjective.

                I never said people should avoid it like the plague. Just letting people know my experience since I covered almost 4000km during my ownership.

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      Had my scooter for a year so far with ~1500Kms, only have had to replace one tyre so far as I ran into a brick which was extruding out of the ground.. Otherwise the tyres are pretty sturdy and haven't had any issues with them.

      Had to take mine to a bike store to replace it for me, it's quite difficult to do it individually.

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        Hi doweyy,

        Pardon the ignorance, but can I ask where you're using this scooter to rack up that many km?

        Like I just don't understand who or why would someone use this? I want to like it, but I just know where people use it?

        • +4 votes

          People commute on them daily, at least in Brisbane where it's legal to ride on footpaths.

          I did around 4000km on mine in a year.

        • +1 vote

          Yeah similar to above, I usually ride mine from home to work (approx 3km each way) most days and have done that prior to COVID for about a year.. Also go on quite a few joy rides around town which adds up the KM. They're super popular in Brisbane now due to them being legal.

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            @doweyy: What did you do prior to the scooter? Walk/run/cycle/cab/drive/public transport?

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          I just don't understand who or why would someone use this?

          What's to understand? It's a scooter!

          A mode of transport, it gets you from A to B without much effort, a fun ride on the footpath. Saves time.

    • +4 votes

      First M365Pro I had for 2 weeks and then suffered 2 punctures in 4 days riding from New Farm - West End for work in Brisbane. Tyres were pumped up and at good levels along the bike path the entire way. When I got the first tyre repaired the repairer said it was a really strange puncture that didn't indicate any glass, nails etc and the tyre was pumped up sufficiently. After they repaired it, it went again 4 days later along the same path. Luckily I'd got mine from JB and they were happy to swap it over after I explained the unusual circumstances and the place I got it repaired said something with it wasn't right.

      Onto my second one now and it's been fine for 350ks in the month I've had it. I'd highly recommend one for the price.

      Edit: Forgot to mention with both scooters, I've topped up the tyres every weekend since I've had them.

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        Weird, I used to right West End to the city every day on mine, no issues.
        Oh right, something wrong with the tyres?

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          Was either something wrong with the rear tyre or maybe something wrong with the manufacturing of the rear wheel itself which caused the tyre to burst. Never rode over anything I shouldn't have and tyres were at recommended PSI. I've also slowed down riding over the crap South Bank boardwalk just in case that contributed…

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            @zonarhd: That boardwalk is the worst. I ride beside it on the cement path, but a bit of it is unavoidable.

    • +1 vote

      I have the M365. bought it while ago in 2018 . still going strong. You got to keep the Tyre pressures up around 50-60 PSI

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      1. you need to follow the manual psi guide. Needs to be very high to prevent inner tube rubbing against outer tube.

      2. Also needs to pump gel into it.

      I've just finished doing 250KM on mine without a hitch

    • +1 vote

      100% Tyre pressure. Mines a year old and perfect. They come with half flat tyres, pump them up & it's soooo much better

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      I've heard good things about applying the tyre goo stuff from BigW to the tyres.

      You can also buy solid rubber replacement tyres from Aliexpress that are puncture proof (but you'll lose some of the shock suppression provided by the air filled wheels)

      • +1 vote

        don't use solid tyres, the internals are VERY prone to vibration

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        I have used the slime and had mixed result. It has sealed 1 out of 3 punctures I had. Would I buy one again? Probably not.

  • +5 votes

    No spare tyres with the Pro?

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    M365 Pro or Segway Ninebot Max? I've been contemplating for a while.

    • +1 vote

      They are both good. Ninebot Max is not as portable as M365. Ninebot Max is heavy and has a longer board. If you are planning to take it on the train, it can be a bit impractical. But if you gonna ride from point A to B Id get the Ninebot Max.

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      The Segway is better in almost every regard, but is 4.5kg heavier.

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        The Max has a built in charger brick. Only need the cable.

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      Get the Max. It is bigger and heavier, but it has longer range and is much more durable and likely to last. It also has a firm folding stem that doesn't wobble. The M365's folding stem becomes loose and rattles and the Max has more creature comforts (better charge cover, brick built in and a pedestrian mode that limits to 6km/h).

  •  

    Tempting to buy 365 Pro. Does anybody know if 300W pro is legal to ride on victorian footpaths?

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      ha - see below

      • +1 vote

        Curious to know how you pulled out “ see below”.

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          Hmmmmmm Rosycmv wrote their comment while i was writing mine. Not sure theres much else to explain?

    • -2 votes

      No its not, neither is the non pro, neither is the Ninebot max.
      In fact no electric scooter is legal in Victoria. Everyone you have seen is breaking the law, your less likely to get pulled up on it if your riding with the correct safety equipment and NOT on the footpath.

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        once you start riding you will know, ALWAYS stick to the foot path because drivers don't know how to react to scooters despite you taking up similar space to a bike.

        Always ride on a foot path with proper equipment, always jump off and walk when there's people coming (even from a distance) and show good etiquette.

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        In Vic, if you get pull over by the police riding one, anything go over 10km/hr (which is ridiculous as a $100 kids one could get 12km/h) is illegal in any public road and if they have a bad day, they will fine you. This is the only reason why I didn't get one :(

  • +8 votes

    Keen and good price.
    But Vicroads put me off with their $826 fine :(

    https://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/safety-and-road-rules/road-r...

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      Yeah, this is what has stopped me getting one.

    • +4 votes

      so far police is turning a blind eye esp in the city because the law is dumb

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      Pretty sad that this is still illegal in VIC

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      For what it's worth, I live near a police station in VIC and have ridden mine past police on bikes, on foot, and in cars. No issue so far (although I feel I've jinxed that by posting this)

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      Do cops really check these or the ebikes if they are over powered?

    • +1 vote

      Victoria is farkeddd. Need to grow a pair and legalize them.

  •  

    I’m looking at regular (non pro) model just to ride locally for fun. I’m 95kg, do you guys think this scooter will be fine for someone with my weight? Thanks

    • +1 vote

      I weight similar to you. It's fine. I have the non pro and to be honest get the Pro as it does struggle going up-hill if it is steep, without momentum,and if you are on the heavier end.

  • +1 vote

    i'm very keen to get these once it's legal in my State. Rather get one of these than hire the Lime, Ride or Neuron.

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    for those new to these, I recommend buying a rear fender / mudguard stabiliser. My mudguard broke in less than 3 months. Because it rattles around, it eventually cracks and breaks off. I don't even ride on rough surfaces. 95% on bike paths.

    • +1 vote

      common issue, you need a fender guard (U shaped plastic support) very cheap.

      These scooters need A LOT of modding to survive, check youtube tutorials.

      I've seen fully modded M365 do over 2000KMs.

      • +1 vote

        Err.. I wouldn't agree with that?
        I did close to 4000km on mine with absolutely no mod whatsoever. Yes, the rear fender is rubbish and despite my best efforts to keep the rear brake light wire covered with duct tape, it eventually rubbed against the tyre and stopped working.

        Apart from this issue, it's still going strong with zero mod.

        • +1 vote

          I multi-mode on Qld Rail - the combination of carrying the folded scooter up and down stairways and the fender vibrating constantly caused it to fail prematurely. I acquired a replacement fender via AliExpress and got the fender support too, total $10.62. The support has a channel to accomodate the brake cable - no more rubbing.

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    Is riding it on the street Legal in NSW?

  • +2 votes

    Any scooters out there that can handle
    125kgs of goodness?

    • +5 votes

      mobility scooter?

      • +1 vote

        Haha. Uber

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    Just curious this price is cheaper it is due to not local warranty? Sorry for a dumb question https://m.catch.com.au/product/250w-m365-pro-oled-display-el...

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      I don't believe that it is an authenticated Xiaomi product at all. On Catch, it normally puts Xiaomi logo on pic if it is from Xiaomi. Correct me if I am wrong.

  • +2 votes

    T&R Sports has these for $399 and $419 (non-pro and pro). https://www.trsports.com.au/category-s/2023.htm. The Pro is named: with LCD Screen.

    Edit: Only Pro now.

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      I dont think thats genuine xiaomi though. You'll see similar M365 named scooters advertised on ebay as well but they're not xiaomi

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        Yep non genuine, 25km to 30km range but the xiaomi 365 pro has 45km.
        Inferia parts and spec.

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          I think they might've modded the screen on but no extended range?

  • +1 vote

    Don't buy not legal to use anyway in public. Pretty sure this is not considered exercise might get caution with police

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      Legal in QLD :)

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        We shall tag it with QLD deal only then =)

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        Not legal to leave ur house tho lol

    • +1 vote

      Legal in ACT :)

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    I'd love to get a Mercane Widewheel for the power it had. But can't justify that price tag. How does the Pro version of this compare?

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    I'm looking for it for couple of months, but now I say No as I promise myself stay away as much as I can from Chinese products. China take so much advantages from the world affer this Covid crisis so I taken the action for myself.

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    Only 14.2kg!! Even girls can carry it easily!!

  • -3 votes

    Few years ago now you could buy a whole motorcycle on eBay from China for $500. Now you get and electric scooter. My my have times changed. No wonder there are so many Chinese millionaires and their children driving Porches around Sydney and elsewhere. Would love to know the actual manufacturing cost of these things. Dare I say it would be very low.

    I’ll pass on the skateboard with batteries.

  • -1 vote

    I got one delivered from China, it Flu