Take MI Out Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter 3
T3 Magazine|October 2021
Here’s an e-scooter that combines lightweight design with an impressive range

£389.99 mi.com

While definitely on the smaller and lighter end of the e-scooter spectrum, the Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter 3 offers an impressive range while also giving a respectable top speed. This is likely to make it a popular choice for commuters that need to take their scooter on a train or carry it into the office.

Weighing just 29lb (13.2kg), it’s noticeably lighter than many others on the market. It does feature a smaller battery, which will save on weight, but still offers an 18.6-mile (30km) range.

One new feature is the quick lock bracket. This features a safety catch that must be lifted before opening, to avoid accidental use but still folds quickly and easily in three clicks. Once folded the Scooter 3 is around 19.2 inches tall – although this isn’t as flat as models with a lower bracket, it’s still very mobile.

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