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The award-winning e-scooter just got better with the upgraded HT-T4 M365 Pro Electric Scooter. perfect for those who value speed, reliability, and convenience. With a max speed of 30km/h and a range of 35km, this scooter delivers power and performance. Its 350W motor is ideal for off-road adventures, while the 6-hour charging time ensures you can keep going all day. Plus, it’s easy to fold up for hassle-free storage.
- Practical 35km range, with a 5 hours charging time
- 30km/h top speed and a 350W Motor
- Premium ride with quality steel frame, featuring large 8.5-inch wheels.
- 12.5kg total weight
- High 120kg load limit. perfect for heavier riders and luggage
- Available in black
Wet weather riding, regular use, loads of up to 120kg, beginners and advanced riders
Please note, privately-owned e-scooters can not be used on public highways (roads/pavements), and can only be used on private property with the landowner’s consent. Appropriate protective equipment should be worn at all times.
The distance that you can travel on a single charge. This can be influenced by terrain, riding style and environmental factors.
A motor has an average ‘rated’ power and peak power output. The higher the wattage, the more power that the motor can produce, usually bringing improved acceleration and hill climbing ability.
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New 2020 model: Xiaomi Scooter PRO 2 vs Xiaomi Scooter PRO
Xiaomi released a new version of their Pro Scooter: Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2. In this article I first want to give you an overview of the different Xiaomi Scooter models and point out the different version of Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2. Then I do a review what differs the Pro versions from the others.
Xiaomi released 3 new models, including the new Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 (the international name is: Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2).
The new Xiaomi Scooter lineup consists of 3 new models:
- Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 – (Xiaomi Pro successor – often referred to as Xiaomi M365 Pro)
- Xiaomi Scooter 1S – (Xiaomi M365 successor)
- Xiaomi Scooter Lite – (Xiaomi M187 successor)
Versions of Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2
Attention, different versions of Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 are being sold: International Version, Chinese Version and German version. While International and Chinese Version are almost identical, the German Version differs from the others. Due to legal requirements e-scooters are only allowed to go up to 20 kph in Germany, so the German Version is limited to a max. speed of 20 kph! You can also easily spot the difference as the German version also has a second brake handle. All new verison of Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 are euqipped with a fender that can hold a number plate, which is also required in some countries. The German version of Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 is sold for 499 EUR (629 USD) at German retail stores – here are some photos:
Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 – German Version
Xiaomi Scooter lineup – Comparison Chart
Before going into detail about the new Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2, here is a spec comparison of the existing Xiaomi Electric Scooter lineup: Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 vs Xiaomi Scooter Pro vs Xiaomi Scooter 1S vs Xiaomi Scooter M365 vs Xiaomi Scooter Lite vs Xiaomi Scooter M187
One item that differs both Pro versions from the rest, is their size. The Xiaomi Pro Scooters not only have a more powerful motor, they also are a bit taller and have a longer footrest. Here’s a photo of my Xiaomi Scooter Pro and Xiaomi M365 where you can see the size difference:
Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 vs Xiaomi Scooter Pro
Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 – Specs
So there is a new version of Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2, but what’s the difference compared to the current Pro version? Spoiler alert: not much. It seems Pro 2 is an improved version of the existing model and some issues were fixed: wiring, cooling,… The only visible difference is the rear fender (which also caused problems with the Pro 1 model) and the international version of Pro 2 is using the fender designed for the German version that offers space to mount a number plate (see picture on the box above).
Xiaomi Pro 1 vs Pro 2 – Differences
Driving Modes / Display The differences between Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 and Pro 1 are hard to spot. A minor change are the driving modes. While Pro offers ECO mode with 15 km/h as slowest driving mode; Pro 2 features a Pedestrian mode with 5 km/h. The display shows a different symbol.
Lights Reflectors The headlight was upraded from a 1W LED to a 2W LED. The rear light also changed and the international version is now using the same fender as the German version holding a brighter rear light and a place to mount a number plate. Xiaomi Scooter Pro is also equipped with reflectors on all sides which is a requirement in many countries.
Xiaomi Scooter Pro vs Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 – Video
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Review – Xiaomi Scooter Pro versions (Pro 2 / Pro) vs regular versions (1S / M365)?
In this review I want to point out the differences between the Xiaomi Scooter Pro versions (Pro 1 Pro 2) and the Standard versions (1S / M365). I’ll cover all different features of the Scooter and start with a spec comparison and then add my Комментарии и мнения владельцев from drifing them, which are labelled with this icon:
Xiaomi Scooter Pro versions are a bit taller compared to the regular versions M365 and 1S. The Pro versions are 1.5 kg heavier because of the larger battery that provide a further range. Below the footstep there’s a foldout stand to sturdy park your scooter. The footstep of the Pro versions is 5 cm longer and 1 cm wider than M365 / 1S allowing a more comfortable ride.
The differences between Xiaomi Pro and Xiaomi M365 seem small, but the impact for me was bigger than I expected. Having a little more space on the footrest makes it way more comfortable to ride. I enjoy a better position while driving Xiaomi Pro (my shoe size if that matters: US 10 / EU 44). Also the extra centimeters on the rod in height are noticeable and comfy. On the other hand you clearly notice the 1.5kg of Xiaomi Pro being heavier when you need to carry your scooter (e.g. when combining it with public transport). I prefer that the battery is stored under the footrest as it offers a better driving experience with its lower center of gravity. In contrast to Xiaomi the battery of the Ninebot ES versions is stored in the steerign rod.
Footrest of Xiaomi Scooter Pro (bottom) is a bit larger compared to Xiaomi M365
Xiaomi Scooter Pro 300W motor vs Xiaomi M365 250W motor
The front wheel of Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 / Pro 1 holds a 300W (600W peak) motor which is a plus of 50 W compared to the 250W motor of Xiaomi M365 / 1S (550W peak). Max. speed is 25km/h which is the same as for the the non-Pro versions. The stronger motor also allows a steeper gradient which is stated 20% for the Pro versions.
The 50W extra power, or in other words 20% more power, make itself felt – clearly! You accelerate faster and reach the max. speed way quicker. The extra power becomes most noticeable when going uphill as you can achieve a higher constant speed compared to M365 / 1S. Overall I clearly have the feeling that Pro is more powerful – even more than I expected beforehand!
The built in battery of Xiaomi Pro Pro 2 offer a capacity of 474 Wh compared to the 280 Wh capacity of Xiaomi Scooter 1S M365. As mentioned the battery sits below the footstep of the scooter. Both Pro models should reach a range of 45km (compared to 30km for 1S / M365). Remark: Xiaomi states the tested range as follows: 75kg driver with fully charged scooter going constantly 15 km/h on a flat surface with no wind at 25°C temperature.
I wanted to upgrade from M365 since my drive to work is about 12km one way. With M365 I arrived at work with about 39% of the battery left. Towards the end of the ride I noticed a decrease in performance. It was not possible to do a roundtrip (24km) with full speed (25 km/h mode). For me the tested max. range with M365 was 18km with full speed (as long as possible) on an average road with some “normal” hills and stop go drive due to traffic lights. With Xiaomi Scooter Pro I can do the 24km roundtrip without a significant decrease in performance. There’s only a slight power loss after 20km when going uphill as it takes a bit longer to reach max. speed. I had no problems to reach 30km with the Pro version. Remark: The range depends on a lot of factors so it can vary a lot. Main factor is the weight of the driver and it is also influenced by the road condition if it is flat and if you are going at a constant speed.
Xiaomi Scooter Pro vs Xiaomi M365 – Brakes Tires
All Xiaomi Scooter models are fitted with tube air tires instead of solid rubber tires, e.g. found on Ninebot ES2. This offers advantages and disadvantages. I prefer tube air tires as they offer a smoother ride compared to the solid tires of Ninebot ES2 (which even has suspension). Of course they can deflate or puncture. All Xiaomi models are fitted with 8,5″ tires; recommended pressure is 50 psi (3.4 bar).
All Xiaomi Scooter models offer the same two separated brake systems: Integrated in the front wheel there is an eABS, regenerative anti-lock braking system. When you release the accelerator lever, the front wheel slowly brakes and the generated energy flows back into battery. Only the German verison of Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 has a separate handle for this brake. Brake strength can be defined within the app. The back wheel holds a 120mm disk brake which is activated with the brake handle on the steering bar. In the picture above you can see that the brakes of Xiaomi Pro 1 and M365 are different. Some users reported that the disk brake used on Xiaomi M365 is not as firm and can bend. So the brake was upgraded on the Pro model which is now way firmer. This brake is also used on Pro 2 and well as on Xiaomi Scooter 1S.
I know many users dislike the air tube tires on the Xiaomi Scooters as you can get a flat tire. I once had a puncture and the tire is hard to change. But still I prefer the air tube tires. I compared the Xiaomi Scooter to Ninebot ES which uses solid tires and even has suspension on front and back wheel. Still the driving experience on Xiaomi is way better as the air tube tires offer a more comfortable and smoother ride. Since the air tube tires smoothen the ride on uneven roads very well I’m also not switching them to solid tires on my Xiaomi- Scooter.
Xiaomi Scooter Pro versions in a nutshell
Do I feel a difference riding a Pro version compared to the regular versions? Yes, a lot. Once you get used to the Pro version you don’t want to switch back. You get used to the faster acceleration and you clearly feel the stronger motor when going on hilly roads. The larger footrest is more comfortable.
Xiaomi Scooter Pro versions compared to regular versions:
Longer Range (increased battery capacity)
Better Acceleration (stronger motor)
Better Uphill Performance (stronger motor)
Comfier Driving Position (larger footrest)
LCD Display (only compared to M365)
Price (higher than 1S / M365)
Weight (heavier than 1S / M365)
Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2
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- Attention! German Version (road legal in Germany = 20 km/h limit)
- The German version is also available at Media Markt: EUR 499
- either online with shipping or you can reserve it for pickup in a store
Xiaomi Scooter Pro 1 – Deals – 2019 version
Xiaomi Scooter Pro 2 doesn’t have many updates so you can get Pro 1 at a cheaper price:
Currently out of stock at Geekbuying, Gearbest TomTop
Need help? I have contacts at Banggood, Gearbest TomTop who provide me with coupon codes and stock information. If you have troubles with your order, contact me.
Shipping times I ordered my Xiaomi M365 from Gearbest in China and I got it within 3 weeks to Europe. I ordered my Xiaomi Pro from Gearbest EU Warehouse and it received it within 5 days.
Xiaomi e-bike or e-scooter?
Is it better to go for an e-bike or an e-scooter? I tested Xiaomi Himo C20 vs Xiaomi Scooter Pro to find out – read my article!
Xiaomi M365 Pro Electric Scooter Review: The Best Alternative
If you already own a Xiaomi Mi M365, should you upgrade to the Xiaomi M365 Pro? The Xiaomi M365 Pro is among the best scooters, and it has a lot to offer at a.friendly price. Besides, the much it has to offer its environment friendly has no additional cost in terms of fuel, and the maintenance costs are also minimal. It a very easy-to-use scooter; you only need to recharge it and go out on a ride.
Besides the.friendly aspects, Xiaomi M365 Pro offers a powerful motor and battery, a comfy ride, and all the safety features that an electric scooter has to offer. Below we shall look at an overview of this scooter, its features, the pros and constraints, and finally, the best alternative which covers for its limitations.
Part 1. Overview of Xiaomi M365 Pro Electric Scooter
The Xiaomi M365 Pro is among the popular scooters, and this is because of the different features that you will not find in a regular scooter. We shall look at a brief overview of the same and a detailed, in-depth description of its key features below.
Among the best features that the Xiaomi mijia M365 Pro has to offer include its powerful motor and lithium-ion battery, which produces efficient power to run the scooter. The LED lights in the front and back of the scooter for safety and use at night. It has a maximum speed of 15MPH and on full charge, a mile range of 25 miles. It has pneumatic tires that offer a comfy ride and rear fitted brake system which is operated on the front handlebar.
Xiaomi M365 Pro Electric Scooter Pros and Cons
The Xiaomi M365 Pro has its pros and constraints as listed below:
- It has an impressive acceleration which is 0 to 16 MPH in just 3 seconds.
- The height and material of its tires give the commuter a smooth ride regardless of the cruising terrain.
- It’s foldable hence making it easily portable.
- It’s lightweight and can support a good weight load.
- It charges faster, which reduces the charge time to full charge.
- It built-in a sleek design, and its materials are durable.
- It’s versatile and can be used in any weather, terrain and even at night.
- It has no suspension system.
- It won’t serve you well in steep slopes.
- It only suitable for teenagers above 16 years.
- It cannot be used for commuting long distances.
Part 2. Best Alternative to Xiaomi M365 Pro: TurboAnt X7 Pro
TurboAnt X7 Pro is the best alternative to the Xiaomi M365 Pro because it has better features and covers for most of the constraints associate with its counterpart. Below are its features and a comparison why we deem it the best alternative.
- Its top speed is 20 MPH.
- It is powered by a 36V, 10Ah battery and a 350 watts motor.
- It has an LED headlight.
- It has a mile range of about 30 miles on full charge.
- It has 10-inch pneumatic tires.
- It is fitted with an LED display to monitor different scoter settings, power, and real-time speed.
- It’s foldable and has a rear fitted brake which is front operated.
- Its net weight is 33lb, and the maximum weight load is 275lb
Why it’s the Best Alternative
The TurboAnt X7 Pro has a top speed of 20 MPH while the Xiaomi M365 Pro has a top speed of 15 MPH. The commuter, therefore, can travel long distances with a short time. TurboAnt X7 Pro, therefore, can be used for long-distance commuting.
TurboAnt X7 Pro is powered by a 350 watts motor and a 36 V, 10Ah battery, while the Xiaomi M365 Pro is powered by a 300 watts motor. This gives the TurboAnt X7 Pro more power, and it can, therefore, can be used to commute in sloppy areas.
The TurboAnt X7 Pro’s net weight is 33lb and can carry a maximum weight load of 275 lb. on the other hand, the Xiaomi M365 Pro has a net weight of 31lb and can support a maximum weight load of up to 220lb. While the Xiaomi can support lighter weight loads, its alternative has a better and heavier option. Adults can use it for commuting with fewer limitations to how much they weigh.
The mile range on a fully charged battery for the TurboAnt X7 Pro is approximately 30 miles while that for Xiaomi M365 Pro 25 miles. Therefore, the TURBOANT electric scooter can travel a longer distance before the battery requires recharging. This makes it suitable for commuters with long distances to cover, unlike the Xiaomi, which is limited to short distances.
Both have pneumatic tires, but the difference comes in the inches whereby the TurboAnt X7 Pro has 10 inches tire, and the Xiaomi M365 Pro has 8.5 inches tires. This translates to a more comfortable cruise for the commuter using larger tires.
In conclusion, the Xiaomi M365 Pro would be a perfect choice for users who commute on a daily basis. This is because it comes at a.friendly price, offers the best features for an average user, and, most importantly, it environment friendly. Despite the average features it has to offer as a user, you still get a very powerful performance.
Users’ looking to upgrade from the Xiaomi scooter because of its few constraints and better service, the TurboAnt X7 Pro is the best alternative. This is because it covers the limitations and has a better performance.
Xiaomi M365 PRO VS Xiaomi M365 – Side-by-Side Comparison Review 2023
Xiaomi has finally decided to create a follow-up of their already widely loved scooter the M365. Let me introduce you to the Xiaomi M365 PRO electric scooter.
At first glance, you might not notice it but there are actually some visible differences between the two. Apart from the new red details that is.
It’s slightly bigger and the Pro model finally comes with an LCD display so that you can see whats happening without the need to pull out your phone.
But which one is better for you?
And should you upgrade from the M365 to the Pro model?
The questions are pouring in and we finally had the chance to test it so that we can finally answer all your questions. So behold, the big M365 Pro vs M365 comparison guide. Below is all you need to know and more.
Comparison table for the Xiaomi m365 Pro VS Xiaomi m365
We’ve previously compared the m365 to the es4 and now its time to compare it to it’s successor, the Xiaomi Pro.
The two scooters are visually pretty similar but below you can compare the two and see that the difference lies in the specifics. Even further down in the article you can find a few words on each change and how much better one performed against the other in our tests due to them, so don’t forget to check that out.
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What sets them apart
Some aesthetic changes have been made such as increasing the width of the handlebar by about 1 cm on each end. The handlebar also sits about 5 cm higher than on its previous version.
Something else that has had a size increase is the base plate. It’s both longer and wider providing your feet with the space they deserve. Especially good if you’re like me and often have a kid riding with you.
A long-awaited upgrade is the LCD display and all I can say is finally. I never quite understood how you can skip something so simple as a display. I mean the extra cost really can’t be that high. Especially considering the scooter is app-enabled already.
On the new display, you find battery level, speed, what mode you’re using, if the scooter is locked, if the headlight is on, and if there are any errors in its system. A great addition that didn’t come a day too soon. A cool new feature the display has is that when charging the scooter the display lights up and shows you the battery percentage.
The headlight on the pro is a bit brighter than the one found on the m365.
The wheels are the same, apart from the red detailing on the new model which makes you look so much cooler. And of course, the fact that the front wheel also boasts a slightly more powerful motor of 300W(peak 600W) up from the 250W(peak 500W).
The disc brake is larger which gives it a slight increase to braking power. This made the Pro stop about 0.5m sooner than the standard m365 did in our braking test.
The Pro has also had a good boost to range with a new 474Wh Battery(42v/12.8Ah). This larger battery provides the scooter and its user with a distance of up to 28 miles. That is 9.4 miles up from the standard 18.6 miles per charge that the normal m365 has.
However, the new pro model’s increased frame size and the battery come with its drawback, its weight. At 31.3 lbs the pro is 4.4 lbs heavier than the predecessor at 26.9 lbs. But hey, it’s way more comfortable to ride on due to the wider base plate, and at least the higher handlebar position provides me with a better riding pose.
A few things to consider about Xiaomi m365
The folding feature has the exact same design except for the hatch and they either forgot or didn’t care to fix the already known problems with it. The issue that screws and bolts there can get loose from vibration. This leads to you having to tighten them every now and then. Otherwise, you’ll end up with a shaky handlebar and stem.
However, I recommend that you get this rubber add-on which will drastically help against this. I mean every scooter needs to have its screws and nuts tightened from time to time, but the design flaw here makes it occur more often. And the solution has already been created so they were just lazy to not produce something similar and add it as standard.
Another thing I would have loved to see is improved comfort. This could have been done by simply adding some type of suspension like on some Segway scooters. That would have been a nice improvement to the already great riding experience that is the m365.
Another problem that is still present is the wire from the rear light being exposed to wear and tear from the tire. This will lead to the wire touching the wheel which will eventually break it. This will then leave you without a rear light.
However, there is a simple solution and that is to buy this rear splash guard stabilizer for about 6. That will not only keep your rear light wire intact, it will also remove any noise that will occur when the splash guard bounces up and down as you ride. It also prevents you from breaking the splash guard while carrying it folded. The handlebar attaches to the splash guard so a lot of pressure is applied there when you carry it and this one really helps to reduce single point pressure. I actually broke it once before I got the stabilizer. Luckily a new splash guard was easy to change and set me back only 12. That is something I love with the m365 and its look-a-like models. There are so many cheap spare parts to be had and you can get them within a day or two.
Stupidly enough they also kept the plastic cover underneath for protecting both the battery and brain of your scooter. This could lead to you riding over a stone or something which could if you’re out of luck, damage the battery that is mounted just underneath the cover. Also, the smallest of cracks in the plastic might let moist in which can for sure ruin the fun.
I would also like to note that the charging inlet is flawed. First of all its position is underneath the base plate, on the side. This is where all the dirt and water comes splashing up for crying out loud. On top of placement they also keep the silly rubber cover that falls off all the time. After you’ve put it in place for the 500th time on your first ride you will probably just cut it off. However, do not panic. A bit of moist, water and dirt here isn’t going to kill the scooter. I’ve literally been riding in snow with hoverboards back in Sweden and the charging inlet was often filled with snow and dirt. Just be sure it dries up before attempting to charge it and clean it once in a while.
It’s very unfortunate that they didn’t spend a little more time fixing these minor issues as well as make some additional improvements that has been called for by former customers.
Don’t get me wrong. The m365 has by far the best design among these less pricey models and I really love riding mine. But, as someone who rides so much and test so many different models there is always more to wish for. I guess it was a matter of cost and time consumption that lead them down the path of least resistance.
Review test data
We performed a few tests on both scooters to see how they compare to each other. Below are the results of each test.
Acceleration test – 0 to 15.5 mph
Pro did it in 6.8sec while the M365 needed 9.7sec to reach its top speed. The test was performed standing still and going from 0 mph to max speed at 15.5 mph.
Winner: The Pro is quicker and more responsive in all aspects. Whether it’s from standing still or accelerating from a lower speed to a higher one.
Brake test – 15.5 mph to 0 mph
While going at full speed(15.5 mph) the m365 standard version needed 2.4 meters to complete a full stop, while the pro did the same stop in just 2 meters.
Winner: The pro with its slightly larger disc brake was the superior one in this test with a 17% shorter braking distance.
Hill test – 14 degree incline
From a still standing position the pro took 4 seconds to go the 4 meters test distance that we had put up, where the M365 needed 7 seconds
Going at top speed before reaching the incline the pro did so in half that time 2 seconds and the m365 did so in 4 seconds.
Winner: The Xiaomi Pro is almost twice as effective at riding up hills as the Xiaomi m365. A pretty nice thing to have, especially if you’re living in Costa Del Sol like me where there are literally hills and mountains all over the place.
Range test – 100% to 0%
Going in sports mode(3rd gear) and full power all the way the PRO could cover a total of 15 miles on a single charge. The only time it really suffered was the end 10% in terms of speed and while riding uphill you could really feel it struggle when I was closing in on the end of my commute.
Going in top gear(second) with the standard scooter it landed me a solid 9.8 miles. I rarely get further than 10 miles on a single charge and in comparison, the standard m365 doesn’t perform as well riding up hills. As power depleted the m365 suffers in terms of lower acceleration and top speed, but most effected was its ability to climb hills.
Winner: Yet again the clear winner is the Xiaomi Pro with its 15 mils and far better overall riding performance against the Xiaomi m365’s 9.8 miles. I estimate that both range test took about the same amount of time even though the pro got another 5 miles further than the m365. Main reason being it was able to maintain a higher speed during most of the test.
Should you buy the Xiaomi PRO?
Short answer, yes. It’s a really good scooter and with the popular m365 design you know it’s been heavily tested and runs like a charm.
In my opinion, it’s sad they didn’t put in enough effort to sort out the design flaws that have been reported on the m365 version now when they created the pro model. Nonetheless, it’s a really good scooter out of the box, and with a couple of add-ons, you can prevent most of its known problems.
If you don’t need the increased range I would suggest that you have a look at the Macwheel Mx1 which has a stronger(350W) motor and display just as the Xiaomi pro. Best part, it can be yours for about half the price.
Should you upgrade from Xiaomi m365 to Xiaomi PRO?
Well, no. If I had a well working m365 I would not be upgrading to an Xiaomi Pro.
The simple answer is: They haven’t invested in fixing the weak points of the M365 design and the better range and acceleration isn’t worth shoving out another bucket of money for when you already have a good scooter.
However, if you’re m365 is falling apart or if you could really use the extra range and power. Well, then it will be a worthy investment none the less.
Last words of recommendation
While I was expecting more in terms of fixes to the most common problems already known to Xioami, I think the upgrade is well worth the extra money.
The Xiaomi Pro definitely a high-quality scooter with a very thought-through design. I like how they’ve made the base plate more spacious and that the handlebar is higher. It makes it look less like a kid’s toy when tall person is ride around on it.
In terms of speed and acceleration its a really good upgrade. The increase in range is also well-welcomed.
Both scooters are very good and built by a reputable brand and they both provide you with a comfortable ride. There are lots of cheap 3rd-party spare parts to be had, should you ever need it.
I would recommend the Pro to someone who needs the ability to cover greater distances per charge and who doesn’t mind the increased weight and price tag. The pro isn’t just a last mile solution. No, you can now take your scooter all the way.
As for the m365 I still think its one of the best scooters out there in terms of durability and if you don’t need the range of the pro you can save yourself hundreds of dollars by going for the standard model instead.
Or you can have a look the look-a-likes such as the Macwheel MX1 which is basically the same scooter but with a motor stronger than the Pro at 350W, a display and a lower price tag the on both the Xiaomi scooters.