Xiaomi M365 Pro Electric Scooter Teardown - What's inside?
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by Tim Begglesworth
1y ago
The Xiaomi M365 Pro is the successor to the world's favourite electric scooter. When we first got our hands on one, we decided to pull it apart to see what Xiaomi had improved upon. We know many of you might be interested in how the scooter goes together and have opted to share our experience. Please note: This article is best experienced on a laptop/large screen. The photos have been compressed for fast loading, click them to view larger versions with more detail. Tools required To dismantle the scooter you will need the following hardware: 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm allen key/hex driver ..read more
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What’s new with the Xiaomi M365 Pro?
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by Tim Begglesworth
1y ago
Xiaomi's M365 has been a smash-hit across the globe. Favoured by ride sharing schemes and private owners alike, it is the model that nearly everyone has ridden or seen. With the release of the M365 Pro, we are taking a look at the revisions that have been made to the successor of the world’s favourite electric folding scooter. Changes at a glance With a series of small changes, the Pro scooter can be thought of more of an evolution of the original. For an at-a-glance overview of the changes, see our info-graphic below (click through for a bigger, clearer version). Revised display das ..read more
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Best electric scooters for adults
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by Mark Jones
1y ago
Many people assume scooters are simply retro toys for children. But with high quality, performance-orientated electric scooters having zoomed onto the market in recent years, scooters are now firmly available for fun-loving adults to enjoy. Whether you’re looking for an environmentally friendly vehicle to get you from A to B, or an off-roader for remote adventures, there is an electric scooter for every adult – but what exactly should you look for before making a purchase? What will you be using your e-scooter for? When buying an adult electric scooter, identifying the main motive for your pu ..read more
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Inmotion E3 Electric Hoverboard Transporter Review
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by Tim Begglesworth
1y ago
Not everyone wants to ride a scooter, nor are they prepared to learn how to ride a unicycle; thankfully there is a third way. Hoverboards can smoothly and quietly transport passengers around for short distances, controlled totally hands free. Suitable for riders of all ages, the InMotion E3 can be picked up in minutes and ridden for confidently ridden for hours. Let’s take a look at what a modern hoverboard provides. InMotion’s E3 at a glance Gyroscopically stabilised hoverboard transporter Powerful twin 400w (800w peak) motors 18.6 mile (30km) maximum range 11mph (17.7km/h) top speed 3 ..read more
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What is a foldable electric scooter?
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by Mark Jones
1y ago
What is a foldable electric scooter? An ‘electric scooter’ that can fold? On the surface, an electric scooter looks like a traditional kick scooter. However, rather than requiring manual effort from the rider to propel forwards, an e-scooter is powered by an electric motor, making it an environmentally friendly mode of transport. The batteries feeding these motors do require regular charging, but depending on the capacity, some models possess a range of up to 60 miles. A foldable electric scooter is exactly what it says on the tin: an electric scooter that can be folded. This usually means it ..read more
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Electric Scooter Legalisation
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by Customer Service
1y ago
How close are e-scooters to legalisation in the UK? Some very exciting news came from the Queen’s Speech on 10th May – the legalisation of electric scooters is coming! New safety laws to be introduced The Government are working on new laws surrounding the use of e-scooters in public within the coming year. Safety is their top priority and while there has been no direct confirmation as to what these regulations will be, we expect them to be very similar to those of the current trials. This could mean restrictions on maximum speeds, lighting requirements and the compulsory wearing of pro ..read more
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Decent X7 : The people’s electric scooter
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by Tom Begglesworth
1y ago
Lightweight, quick, comfortable, with an interchangeable battery and a low price tag. The Decent scooter is supposedly for those who are 'down to ride', rather than just pose. We test the X7 to see if it lives up to the manufacturer's moniker. Decent's X7 at a glance Entry-level, inexpensive folding electric scooter 350w front hub motor capable of 15mph User swappable, 5Ah battery charged in 2.5 hrs 15 mile max range Comfortable, high-profile 10inch pneumatic tyres Headlights, brake lights and side reflectors IP54 rated with front and rear mudguards 118cm tall, 108cm long and weighing j ..read more
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How much do electric scooters cost?
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by Mark Jones
1y ago
There is no denying that electric scooters can be on the pricey side, especially when compared to their kick-scooter cousins. However, as anyone who regularly rides one will tell you, an e-scooter is undoubtedly a worthwhile investment. But what exactly affects the price of an electric scooter, and how much should you really be paying for the pleasure of owning one? What prices to expect At the lower end of the market, it is possible to buy a basic e-scooter for under £100, whilst scooters at the opposite end of the spectrum can reach prices upwards of £6,000. Most people will find their ideal ..read more
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InMotion L9 scooter and V11 unicycle launch and UK release information
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by Tom Begglesworth
1y ago
Order a V11 Unicycle Order an InMotion L9 scooter This afternoon CEO Charles Cai took to the stage, opting to live stream the new product release across YouTube, to a world currently locked down in isolation. InMotion teased details of their upcoming unicycle and scooter across social media the week previously and an eager media tuned in for the full reveal. TLDR? The entire presentation is still available to view on InMotion’s youtube channel.  InMotion L9 scooter Thanks to the (rather questionable) indiegogo campaign, information about the L9 has been in the public domain for some time ..read more
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Unagi’s Model One : The premium folding electric scooter reviewed
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by Jennifer Lee
1y ago
A developing market, many of today's folding electric scooters are still unrefined, utilitarian transporters, lacking style with a finish that is only acceptable. Aimed at style conscious consumers, this new scooter is pitched as a premium product and is offered at a considerable cost. Unagi promises the Model One delivers refined performance, that it is not a case of style over substance, we take a ride and find out. Unagi’s model one at a glance Advanced, lightweight, folding electric scooter Carbon fibre and Aluminium frame Dual 250w brushless motors 280Wh lithium ion battery providi ..read more
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