Xiaomi Mi M365 vs Glion Dolly

Xiaomi Mi M365 vs Glion Dolly

The main differences between the Mi M365 and Glion Dolly can be boiled down to a tradeoff for performance or best portability.

Xiaomi Mi M365 Pros

Xiaomi Mi M365 electric scooter on dock of lake
  • Faster acceleration (0 to 15 mph in 6.3 seconds vs 9.4 seconds)
  • Larger 238 watt-hour battery and longer range.
  • Better ride quality thanks to large 8.5″ pneumatic tires.
  • Higher-mounted lights that project light further and increase visibility.
  • Xiaomi M365 is much better if you need repair parts or any type of community-based technical support or modifications.
  • Less costly.
  • Stronger and redundant braking system.

Glion Dolly Pros

Glion Dolly Electric Scooter
  • The scooter folds into a compact 36 x 8 x 16″ size thanks to a folding mechanism, telescoping stem, and folding handlebars.
  • Has telescoping luggage handle and dolly wheels for easy towing.
  • On public transportation, the scooter can stand vertically on its own, dramatically reducing its footprint.

Xiaomi Mi M365 vs. Glion Dolly Comparison

**Based on Electric Scooter Guide’s real-world performance testing and not manufacturer’s specs.

Xiaomi Mi M365Glion Dolly
MSRP (USD)$400$500
Top Speed**16.7 mph16 mph
Range**14.6 mi– mi
Weight27 lb28 lb
0 to 15 mph**6.3 s9.4 s
15 to 0 mph**16.8 ft40.5 ft
Hill climb time**20.8 s17.9 s
Battery280 Wh238 Wh
Motor250 W250 W
Max rider weight220 lb254 lb
SuspensionNoneNone
BrakesRegen + DiscElectronic
IP ratingIP54None

Verdict

Xiaomi M365 Overall

Overall. the M365 is a much better electric scooter (and thus the prevailing winner) for the average user.

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Runner Up: Glion Dolly

However, if you are a frequent user of crowded public transportation and need to bring your scooter along, the Glion Dolly may be worth its performance tradeoffs.

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