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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Pro

It is successful for the original Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Pro. The Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Pro (it is also better known as the M365 Pro) is a little bigger and heavier than its previous version, but its 27-mile range is a major enhancement, and helps it a good choice for regular commuting without the need for charging every couple of days.

The Mi Electric Scooter Pro’s brakes have also been enhanced for faster, safer stopping, and the slightly wider deck helps it simpler and more convenient to ride. To balance on an electric scooter will always take practice, but having more space for your feet leads the learning curve a little less steep.

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The only real drawbacks of the Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Pro are that it’s not the prettiest electric scooter on the block, and its brakes aren’t as attractive as Segway’s, but you’ll be hard pressed to look for a better electric scooter so reasonably priced. Besides, Electric scooters are turning a popular section of transport, and so it impacts to Chinese electronic company Xiaomi, most popular for its smartphone and smart home tech, is entering the race. That’s what it did with the Xiaomi M365, and currently there’s a bigger and better Pro variant. The Xiaomi M365 Pro includes an expanded screen so you can find your speed and modes better, a bigger design, and longer battery life, so on paper it seems like an all-around plus-sized enhancement. It’s a competent piece of tech. If you’re tempted to purchase it, you check out what you need to know before riding an electric scooter.

The Xiaomi M365 Pro isn’t offered in most regions, including the US, however, in the UK you can pick it up for around £550 – £600 basing on the retailer. Keep in mind electric scooters aren’t legal everywhere, so check our guide to find out if electric scooters are legal where you are. Of course, you shouldn’t purchase such an expensive piece of tech if you can’t legally drive it, though it deserves to point out some countries enable you to own one if you’re only going to use it.

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