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Xiaomi M365 Pro Electric Scooter - $749.00 Delivered @ Mi Store

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Not the cheapest it has been but cheapest I can find at the moment. Free shipping as well.

Specifications (from the Xiaomi website):

Product model number: DDHBC02NEB
Max. speed: Approx. 25km/h (Max speed for each mode: ECO: 15km/h; D: 20km/h; S: 25km/h)
General range: 45km
Max. climbing angle: 12°
Braking: Electrical braking and physical braking
Rated power: 300W, Black
Max. power: 600W
Tires: 8.5 inch front and rear tires
Overvolatage control protection: 29V 土0.5V
Controlled current protection: 25A 土0.5A
Electric classification: Brushless low-speed current Hall electric motor
Max. load: 100kg
Rider height: 120-200cm
Rider age: 16-50
Working temperature: -10 to 40°C
Storage temperature: -20 to 45°C
Ip Rating: IP54
Charging time: 8-9 hours
AC Power Cable
Plug type: 2 straight prong/h, max 18km/h on Cruise control
Tail type: 8-shape
AC wire: 53RVV
AC cable length: 1.5m
Adapter specs
Input voltage: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
Input current: 2A MAX
Output voltage: 42VDC
Output current: 1.7A
Rated power: 71W
DC cable length: 1.2m
DC cable port type: Custom Φ8.0*1.6mm
Battery specs
Battery type: 2 element lithium battery
Battery model: NED1004-K
Charging limited voltage: 42VDC
Nominal voltage: 37VDC
Rated capacity: 12800mAh/474Wh
Charging temperature range: 0-40℃
Discharge temperature range: -20-50℃
Storage time: Approx. 12 months
Weight: Approx. 3kg
Cyclical lifetime: 500 charging cycles with power maintained above 70%
Package Contents
Mi Electric Scooter Pro x1
Charging adapter x1
T-shape Allen Key x1
Extension Nozzle x1
Screws x5
User manual x1
Legal Statement x1
Warranty notice x1
Maintenance card x1

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closed Comments

  • +1 vote

    inb4 someone says they are illegal.

  • +1 vote

    When’s the ninebot max on discount too!

  • +2 votes

    Great scooter. I love mine. Very good price too.

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    Has anyone here been fined or warned?

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      Yeah I got pretty drunk once and was standing on a table in a nightclub, I was warned by security to get down or be evicted from the club

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        Na I won’t get the scooter then.

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          Good point, Nobody should drive this drunk.

    • +2 votes

      My house mate got fined for not wearing a helmet on this scooter but it was 2am on a Saturday night in Melbourne

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        Unlucky . could be worth investing in a helmet …

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    Can this help me get the ladies?

    • +4 votes

      25km/h
      They’d tire out before you’d run out of battery.
      Happy hunting

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    I see they state 100kg load limit now, not 120kg. Shame.

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      I imagine that's to bring it more in line with stated speeds etc, not overall safe load mass.

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      go on a diet and and exercise

      • +3 votes

        I do up to 2 hours a day of HIIT and am recovering from an eating disorder.

        Doctors are actually confused as hell as to how my body is storing fat, and my bloods look fine, when I eat less than half what my BMR should be.

        Trust me, while a ton of people just need to get outside, sometimes there is a genetic factor we don't understand yet.

  • +1 vote

    Rider age: 16-50

    Lol

    Dangerous for over 50s or just not a good (age appropriate) look?

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    Penalties for using an electric scooter in NSW
    Because electric scooters are legally classified as a motorcycle, riders must wear an approved motorcycle helmet, hold a valid motorcycle licence, and obey the same road rules as motorcycle riders. The main issue is that an electric scooter is a registrable motor vehicle however as they do not meet the Australian Design Standards they are ineligible for registration. This means that riders can be fined or charged with riding an unregistered vehicle, an uninsured vehicle, and a vehicle on which registration tax has not been paid. Police can even seize your electric scooter and apply for it to be forfeited to the Crown. You can also be fined for not having the correct type of licence or charged if your licence has been suspended or disqualified. Below is a list of common offences applicable maximum penalties.

    https://astorlegal.com.au/electric-scooter-laws-in-nsw/#:~:t....

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      How many times have they actually enforce this. Probably zero

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      Lol yea I see tons of these all over. Cops don't care unless they're having a really sh** day

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    Can someone tell me if this is a brilliant price?

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      The cheapest I've seen it was $709.95 from Gearbite Ebay (with free shipping) - https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/537088.
      I haven't been able to find anything else cost to that price. Most other sellers selling them between $800 - $850ish.

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    The full price of the same model is rmb2799(=aud576) on their Chinese official store so I guess anywhere near $650 would be reasonable.

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      Be careful as there are knockoff of this scooter that look similar but have low performance parts.