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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Essential 20KM $449 + Delivery (Free Delivery with Kogan First) @ Kogan

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The Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Essential is designed for people who want to keep it light and easy. It uses a low-density, high-strength aerospace grade aluminium alloy, so that the vehicle weighs less, making it easy to carry.

  • Sleek and elegant, portable and safe
  • Multifunctional dashboard
  • Aerospace grade aluminium body
  • Maximum speed – 20kmph
  • Sophisticated cruise control and kinetic energy recovery system (KERS)
  • High quality batteries guarantee a riding distance up to 20km
  • Dual braking system
  • Skid-resistant and shock-absorbing pneumatic tires
  • Large taillight
  • Front, side and tail reflectors for better visibility

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Comments

  • +4

    Check your local state laws before picking these up. They're illegal in public in NSW although noticing a significant increase in Sydney CBD. Some are starting to get $2,500+ fines now.

    Also, don't support Kogan.

    • +2

      Why not support Kogan?

      • +10

        Dodgy company notorious for grey market imports without disclosure, lack of decent customer service and poor practises like price jacking. Not to mention being sued/fined several times and labelled as shonky by Choice.

        • +6

          Not to mention being sued/fined several times and labelled as shonky by Choice.

          Agree with the rest. But bit unfair for Kogan when eBay and The good guys get away with it all the time. Kogan shouldn’t be made to feel alone in that matter.

        • +2

          I received excellent customer service from Kogan just last week. Bought a gas stove but it was faulty, emailed them to report the issue and they respond pretty quickly, purely base on my own experience I am happy to buy from Kogan again.

          • +1

            @sistermay: Agreed. I've had nothing but excellent customer service from Kogan. I've had to return a few things over the years. No issues.

  • In Vic but I haven't had any issues riding my ebike and eskateboard. Just make sure you wear a helmet and go a reasonable speed and use the cycling lanes when possible.

    Sometimes in the city I see people riding these things at about 30 kph on the footpath/ no helmet and I'm not surprised they get fined.

    • +1

      In NSW these are only legal on private property, not in bike lanes.

      • +5

        They know that, they're just implying that this is a major grey area and you're able to get away with riding them if you ride sensibly with a helmet and reasonable speed + sticking to bike lanes instead of riding on the road.

        ^ I live in NSW and this is what I do.

      • I'm pretty sure they're technically illegal in most states - they all come under the unregistered motorized vehicle.

        • +2

          Legal in QLD

          • @rdhupar: Isn't it only the really low power ones that are legal?

            • @Rail Rider95: Upto 25kmph. But as long as you are not hooning, no one will pull you up on a more powerful scooter

          • +4

            @rdhupar: 😂😂 I'm living in the wrong state, you guys don't get stuck in lockdowns and you guys can ride on e scooters legally! That's awesome 😎

  • +1

    It's a bit slow at 20km/h isn't it?
    Meh

  • +1

    Was hoping it would be legalised in NSW after QLD did so, then covid hit, don't know if they're gonna push it at all.

    • +4

      Why would NSW legalise anything that they can make revenue off of?
      With Covid, they made significantly less money from driving offenses, so tripled mobile speed camera hours and tried to take away warning signs.

      Don't expect anything positive or forward thinking from our government and you won't be disappointed.

      • +2

        +1

        they have to pay for all those dining out vouchers and other business welfare programs too

  • There hasn’t been a really good electric scooter deal for months. I think the last great one was the first afterpay sale.

  • Good price, but the 20km trip distance is too short for me, especially if the battery degrades by much.

  • This shows up for $479 for me, is there a code?

    • I'll expire it. I'd say they jacked the price.

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