Between the handlebars is a screen which shows you your speed, or the speed mode you’re in as well as the battery percent while you’re charging. It looks like there are more choices on the display, but you never figure out how to actually toggle these.
There is no doubt that the Xiaomi M365 Pro is a bulky beast. With a weight of 14.2kg it’s not extremely to choose and carry, and it’s fairly big when compared to most other electric scooters, which vary between 8kg and 12kg. The scooter’s weight is combined in its size, with a handlebar that increases 99cm above the deck, and a 45cm x 15cm deck to stand on, and you absolutely feel the energy of the M365 Pro when you’re standing on it. Between the handlebars is a screen which shows you your speed, or the speed mode you’re in as well as the battery percent while you’re charging. It looks like there are more choices on the display, but you never figure out how to actually toggle these.Additionally, a button below the screen turns the scooter on when you press it toggles the headlight with a single press. When you want to changes speed mode, you press a double press. Because of the size of the handlebars it’s quite a stretch to press, if you haven’t got big hands.
These handlebars include good grip, and feel convenient to grip even when held tight for long periods of time or in the rain. There’s a kickstand on the left side of the deck near the back, which is easy to open with just one nimble kick, and it’s simple to get used to doing so absentmindedly.
As befits a chunky scooter as the Xiaomi M365 Pro, it’s not absolutely the most portable device in the world, but that isn’t supported by the lack of functions for the scooter itself. You can collapse the handlebars of the scooter down into the deck, and then lock it using a hook by the bell which comes with to a hook on the back wheel – it’s a little fiddly the first time you try and do it, but afterwards becomes simple, and it makes the scooter a lot simpler to carry. If you want to chain your ride to a bike parking space, you’re out of luck, there’s also nowhere on the body of the scooter you can attach a lock, so