The third (3rd) generation of the Mi Scooter is the golden standard in Xiaomi's portfolio. It has already acquired virtually all the features of the Pro 2 model, but retains slightly more compact dimensions and lower weight. So if you don't necessarily need a high range of up to 45 km, but you can get by with 30 km, this scooter is for you, meaning that it can be ridden by adults, teens or kids for everyday fast and financially affordable rides. After all, it's perfect for the last mile. You can leave the vehicle parked in a parking lot outside the city, and you are moving around the city nimbly, silently, without emissions.
Much safer, more power, the Best Electric Scooter
- Max 600W output powers the scooter to ride easier and more comfortable
- Climbing angle up to 16%.
Battery Sleep Mode
- When battery lower than 30% for 10~15 days, it will enter sleep mode, which will protect battery and prolong battery life.
- Upgraded hardware (new folding design) and software, fully satisfy EN17128:2020 regulation, provide much safer riding experience.
- Sleek and elegant, portable and safe.
- Minimalist design, aircraft-grade aluminum alloy for the main body.
- Takes only 3 seconds to fold and go, ideal for daily usage.
Dual Braking System
- Upgraded dual-pad disc brake at rear wheel, improve control efficiency; together with E-ABS system at front wheel, the braking distance will be much shorter.
- The kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) recovers a moving vehicle's kinetic energy under braking for longer duration.
- 8.5 inch pneumatic tires effectively absorb shocks and prevent slipping.
Connects to Mi Home App
Check the riding speed and remaining power in real time after pairing your scooter through Bluetooth with your phone.
Electric Scooter Xiaomi Mi Scooter 3 : SPECIFICATIONS
- Weight: 13.2kg
- Dimensions : 1080x430x1140mm
- Dimensions Folding: 1080x430x490mm
- Rated Power: 300W
- Max. Power: 600W
- Max. Speed: 25km/h
- Climbing Angle: 16%
- Capacity Battery: 7650mAh 275Wh
- Travel Distance: 30km
- Braking Distance: 6.2m
- Compatible with: Android 4.3 or iOS 9.0 and above
- Wireless Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.1 BLE and above
Xiaomi Mi Scooter 3 contents:
- Electric scooter
- Battery charger for the Xiaomi Mi Scooter family
- T-shape Allen key
- Extension nozzle
- Screw x 5
- Tire x 1
- E-Scooter User manual
- Specifications of your new electric scooter
- Important information related to your Xiaomi Mi Scooter 3
Ride with caution and always wear a helmet and protective gear. Each state and territory in Australia have different rules and regulations for using your product, including where you can legally use such products and if you need to register them with your state's road traffic authority. Any information provided by us is general in nature only and may not take account of your specific circumstances. It is the responsibility of each user to check their local laws before riding.
All you need to know about electric scooters for adults, teens or kids.
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WHICH ELECTRIC SCOOTER BRAND IS BEST?
Each brand offers something different depending on your riding style, requirements, & experience.
The most popular brands in Australia are Xiaomi Mi, Segway, Apollo, EMove, Kaabo, Dualtron, Nami and Inokim. Brands differ in their type and style of scooters. For example, Xiaomi Mi has a different scooter for everyone, suitable for adults, teens etc.
ARE ELECTRIC SCOOTERS PORTABLE?
Most of them are, yes. Portability largely depends on scooter weight, however. While almost all scooters have some sort of folding mechanism to make them easier to carry, it’s generally the electric commuter scooters that weigh between 15-30 kg that are built with being carried regularly in mind.
As a general guide, the more powerful the scooter, the heavier it becomes and, as a result, less portable. Our Electric Scooter Xiaomi Mi Scooter 3 weight only 13,2Kg, and consequently it is relatively easy to be handled by teens or kids.
WHAT TYPE OF TERRAIN CAN ELECTRIC SCOOTERS BE RIDDEN ON?
All scooters can be ridden on concrete, tarmac, & paved surfaces. Most rides can also handle grass & mildly uneven surfaces such as gravel. This varies with each scooter model, though, so if you intend to ride on multiple terrains, look for rides with suspension & puncture-proof tyres.
Note that there is a difference between all-terrain & off-road. While most scooters can be used on a variety of surfaces, only a handful can be used for off-road riding.
ARE ELECTRIC SCOOTERS COMFORTABLE?
The comfort level of an electric scooter is influenced by a number of factors:
Tyres. Some tyres are designed to replace suspension, and some are designed to compliment suspension by partially absorbing bumps.
Suspension. Scooter suspension varies in terms of effectiveness. Dual (front & rear) suspension gives the most comfort & shock absorption, while front suspension is better for those on a budget.
Deck. Riders predominantly stand on electric scooters, so having a deck wide enough for your feet is important. This helps you stay balanced while riding.
Throttle. There are three main styles of throttle for scooters: thumb, wrist, & trigger. These can have an impact on quality as they change the position of a rider’s hands, which can impact stability depending on the type of riding they are doing.
Wheels. Generally, the larger the tyre, the larger area over which shocks are distributed. Larger & wider wheels also help with balance, giving a more stable ride.
Acceleration. Scooters like the Segway GT & Apollo Phantom V2 accelerate very quickly and have sensitive throttles designed for quick response. Some riders may find this uncomfortable, so if you want a relaxing ride, generally a lower-powered scooter is a better choice. Most scooters like the ones above allow you to adjust the levels of acceleration, making for a more an even more comfortable ride to suit most riding abilities.
Seats. Some scooters have integrated seats, such as the Fiido Q1 & the EMove Roadrunner. Some have seat attachments such as the Segway G30P, Segway F40, the EMove Cruiser & Apollo Explore. Seats make longer journeys more manageable, but as they lower the rider’s centre-of-gravity they can impact overall balance.
The best way of choosing a comfortable ride is determining what sort of riding you want to do. For all terrain riding, focus on suspension, puncture-proof tyres, wide decks & larger wheels. For commuting or relaxed riding on roads & paths, front suspension, gentle acceleration, & regular tyres are usually fine.
ARE ELECTRIC SCOOTERS LEGAL IN AUSTRALIA?
Laws vary from state to state, but electric scooters are legal in all states when used on private property. Electric scooter laws are changing, with many states holding trials in their major cities. Whatever the rules are in your state, the same things apply:
- Wear a helmet
- Don’t ride carelessly or recklessly
- Don’t endanger yourself or others
- Don’t ride under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Don’t use your phone while riding
- Follow local laws & regulations
- Use lights to ensure you are visible
DO I NEED A LICENCE FOR AN ELECTRIC SCOOTER?
No, you don’t not require any sort of licence to own or ride an electric scooter, like the available Xiaomi Mi Scooter 3 Grey.
HOW FAR CAN AN ELECTRIC SCOOTER GO ON ONE CHARGE?
The average range of the Xiaomi Mi Scooter 3 currently available at KidsCarz is 30 km per charge, however this will depend on the usage of your e-scooter. Some scooters will have a different maximum range, but there are a number of factors that impact this.
Just like a car, fast riding, acceleration, & pushing the scooter to its limits will result in lower range. Similarly, rider weight impacts range as well - the lighter the rider, the further a scooter will go.
A lot of rides come with additional features such as lights & LCD displays. Using these also impacts how far a scooter can go.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHARGE AN ELECTRIC SCOOTER?
As often as you need. It is advisable to avoid letting the battery deplete 100% as this can impact the battery’s overall lifespan. However, we advise against charging a scooter after every ride unless you have depleted the battery in one go.
CAN YOU CHARGE ELECTRIC SCOOTERS OVERNIGHT?
Yes, electric scooters can be charged overnight. Always remember to unplug your ride in the morning, whether you plan on using your scooter or not. While batteries have Battery Management Systems (BMS) to prevent overcharging, leaving scooters on charge for long periods of time can lower battery life.