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Xiaomi Mi M365 Electric Scooter Pro, 45km $499.99

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eBay [ebay.com] has Xiaomi Pro M365 Original Electric Scooter, 45km​ on sale for $499.99. Shipping is free.

You can add a 3-year warranty for an additional $25.99.

Scooter + 3-year warranty + California Tax = $574.73.

To change the tire, I recommend get a cheap wok like this one from Walmart [walmart.com] and follow the water boil technique on youtube to change it. Make sure you have gloves as it can get hot!

In addition, you can perform a speed hack to go above the speed limit, see here [youtube.com].

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Looks very similar to the Ninebot MAX I got a couple of weeks ago... If it's even half as fun as the one I got then you are gonna have a blast on one of these.
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Is there any buyer protection if fake from eBay? Some websites list that the m365 Pro isn't available in USA
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I want this so bad, it's 600 Watts.
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M265 pro got 559 plus tax and extra warranty? Might as well give this a try to compare my GoTrax XR Elite.
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I just read the Segway folded shop.
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Listen to this OP!!! Let's GOOOOOO!
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I've been waiting for the regular M365 to drop to $300 price range and now even at $400, it's sold out at both Amazon and Walmart.
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Is there any buyer protection if fake from eBay? Some websites list that the m365 Pro isn't available in USA
How would you tell it's fake
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After some online research, I actually think INMOTION L9 [indiegogo.com] might be a better buy because it comes with suspension.

I would not buy anything off of indiegogo. do some research about that website and it seems like a bunch of scams going on. search trustpilot indiegogo and save yourself a headache. a lot of people waiting 1+ year for their items on indiegogo. and after getting their items the warranty is even more of a headache. i would stay away from that site
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I would not buy anything off of indiegogo. do some research about that website and it seems like a bunch of scams going on. search trustpilot indiegogo and save yourself a headache. a lot of people waiting 1+ year for their items on indiegogo. and after getting their items the warranty is even more of a headache. i would stay away from that site
I was personally scammed on Indiegogo. Buyer beware, do NOT trust that crowd funding company. They will not help you if a campaign flops or items are not shipped. Just look up Arrow Smartwatch on there you will see 90% or more of people that were never shipped their purchased item. Indiegogo did nothing to help.
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After some online research, I actually think INMOTION L9 [indiegogo.com] might be a better buy because it comes with suspension.
There are tons of scooters out there, many of them are duds. M365 are well reviewed and you'll get what you paid for. Especially considering how unreliable indigogo outcomes can be and nobody reviewed it.
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Nice find. Now we just need a Bucks accelerator. Even though this is one of the best scorers out there, def get the warranty. I never do, but thankfully did when I bought my Segway and it saved my bacon when that thing died. Got almost all of my money back. This is way better than the ES2 I had, but still worth getting a warrant imo.
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I would not buy anything off of indiegogo. do some research about that website and it seems like a bunch of scams going on. search trustpilot indiegogo and save yourself a headache. a lot of people waiting 1+ year for their items on indiegogo. and after getting their items the warranty is even more of a headache. i would stay away from that site
The brand Inmotion has been around for a while though. However, what curious me is that I thought the company has a large capital and they don't need crowdfunding. Do you think they do it to test the market demand?
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