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Dillenger Cheetah Electric Folding Bike £241.00 deivered at Dillenger Electric Bikes

£241.00 @ Dillenger Electric Bikes
i know it is already been posted by glasgowkiss but it was 499 to 299 naw 212 only good luck Front and Rear Mud Guards UK Compliant Smart Charger Removable and Lockable Battery Electronic Horn… Read More
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
i know it is already been posted by glasgowkiss but it was 499 to 299 naw 212 only good luck

Front and Rear Mud Guards
UK Compliant Smart Charger
Removable and Lockable Battery
Electronic Horn
Custom Pannier Rack

Will HUKD members STOP rating this HOT until they have read the reviews

http://www.productreview.com.au/p/dillenger-cheetah-folding-e-bike.html

Then if you still feel this is a bargain, carry on helping to mislead the unwary.

Thanks to DLP for the heads up and others that have pointed out the reviews.

Bargepole, this, touch, being a member of the empty set, for me....
- mateypeeps

Read great reviews like this you mean?

"As an update, I spent a long time trying to resolve the issues with Dillenger, but they were very unhelpful. Instead I went to the consumer affairs and tribunal in my state and was eventually able to recover my money from dillenger.
Simon posted on Dec 22, 2014"
- chapchap
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spatter
Probably weighs 1000 lbs and is like riding a log.
I knew a girl like that once
10 Likes
Some_Bloke
spatter
Probably weighs 1000 lbs and is like riding a log.
I knew a girl like that once

I wish you had kept hold of her. I ended up marrying her :{

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#1
£241.00 (Includes £35.33 VAT)
Dillenger Cheetah Folding Electric Bike - Red - angle
Dillenger Cheetah Electric Folding Bike × 1
Colour:
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£212.00
1 Like #2
I would google reviews of this bike before purchasing. Has definately put me off.
1 Like #3
donthasslethe
I would google reviews of this bike before purchasing. Has definately put me off.


One look was enough to put me off.
#4
Will fold up to go in a car boot, but if you are thinking about carrying it up stairs etc, you should be aware that this weighs nearly 4.5 stone.

I've given up on customer reviews for absolutely anything because I've found them to be wrong and unreasonable 90% of the time.
1 Like #5
1 Like #6
androoski
Will fold up to go in a car boot, but if you are thinking about carrying it up stairs etc, you should be aware that this weighs nearly 4.5 stone.

I've given up on customer reviews for absolutely anything because I've found them to be wrong and unreasonable 90% of the time.

http://www.productreview.com.au/p/dillenger-cheetah-folding-e-bike.html

You're going to ignore those reviews...
Really?!
1 Like #7
wenttoabetterplace
androoski
Will fold up to go in a car boot, but if you are thinking about carrying it up stairs etc, you should be aware that this weighs nearly 4.5 stone.

I've given up on customer reviews for absolutely anything because I've found them to be wrong and unreasonable 90% of the time.

http://www.productreview.com.au/p/dillenger-cheetah-folding-e-bike.html

You're going to ignore those reviews...
Really?!

Absolutely yes. Four reviews, I wonder how many bikes sold?
#8
Make it big,
Make it bold,
Make it bright,
And get yourself seen!
banned#9
Wish I read the reviews before voting hot, definitely looks like a heap of c*$p. if the reviews are right don't waste your money!
#10
I'll stay away from this company after these reviews,
#11
Probably weighs 1000 lbs and is like riding a log.
#12
One of their reviews states that...

I love my Cheetah folding electric bike. It’s been very handy for cruising around the suburbs on weekends!

They must look pretty cool....
#13
Damn, I really want an electric bike but I'm just not sure with the after-sales care with this lot :-/
16 Likes #14
spatter
Probably weighs 1000 lbs and is like riding a log.
I knew a girl like that once
10 Likes #15
Some_Bloke
spatter
Probably weighs 1000 lbs and is like riding a log.
I knew a girl like that once

I wish you had kept hold of her. I ended up marrying her :{
1 Like #16
You've spelt Cheating wrong in the title... :)
#17
Cheaper than a mobility scooter I guess
1 Like #18
androoski
wenttoabetterplace
androoski
Will fold up to go in a car boot, but if you are thinking about carrying it up stairs etc, you should be aware that this weighs nearly 4.5 stone.

I've given up on customer reviews for absolutely anything because I've found them to be wrong and unreasonable 90% of the time.

http://www.productreview.com.au/p/dillenger-cheetah-folding-e-bike.html

You're going to ignore those reviews...
Really?!

Absolutely yes. Four reviews, I wonder how many bikes sold?
4
1 Like #19
I can never understand the logic behind an electric bike!!
#20
Well, a motor bike is called a motorbike so I guess that it's a step or two down from that.
#21
iGlad
I can never understand the logic behind an electric bike!!

It's to make pedalling easier.
#22
The idea is cool, but not just this one.
1 Like #23
£250 to look like a tit, sounds good to me

Edited By: lLunchb0x on Jan 06, 2015 14:34
#24
For those that live in London, the following bike on Gumtree looks like a FAR better buy @ £130

http://www.gumtree.com/p/bicycles/coyote-connect-electric-folding-bicycle-mens-ladies-womens-unisex-fold-up-bike-brompton-giant-trek/1095402915

Dahon frame, and probably also comes with Halfords warranty. Oh, and it has lots of good reviews;

http://answers.halfords.com/answers/4028/product/345022/questions.htm

It apparently doesn't come with the battery - but I'm sure they will be available at a fair price from somewhere.
#25
cheap for an electric bike must mean it's.........
#26
iGlad
I can never understand the logic behind an electric bike!!

http://www.nycewheels.com/why-buy-ebike.html


But don't buy this one!
#27
This is not worth it, SLA batteries heavy and in efficient, also looks like a dc motor with bushes also not good
#28
g_p_t
This is not worth it, SLA batteries heavy and in efficient, also looks like a dc motor with bushes also not good

Also the bike its built on will be worse than a supermarket BSO......
For anyone wanting an Ebike, I would advise you to join Pedelecs forum, ask questions and have a good read of previous threads..... you will sooon realise that Ebikes like this are a waste of money.

Personally after a lot of research I went down the route of fitting an Ebike kit to an inexpensive Carrera hybrid bike.
#29
Its January, people need to get off their fat backsides and loose some weight. Better still go join the gym if you want to throw some money down the drain.

Must weigh a tonne, awful right up therefore a cold from me.
#30
That electric motor is just wainting to be ripped of on the first speed bump, looks like it sits well to low.
#31
If anyone buys an Ebike expecting it to be like a motorbike, where you just sit there and let the motor do all the work, then they'll be very disappointed in it.
Ebikes are pedal assist. Only the most powerful ones will take you up a hill without any input from yourself. If you just use the battery power on the flat without doing anything yourself the battery will get flat very quickly.
Ebikes are for people that just want that assist help..... and it will encourage people with disabilities and ailing health to get out cycling, thus making them fitter because they will be doing some pedaling.
Also those that are just reasonably fit, but not super fit, can cycle further with an Ebike than with a unassisted bike, so can possibly cycle to work that would normally be too far for them.
And some like myself, have an Ebike as an addition to their other bikes for something that is fun & different to ride occasionally.
#32
I cycle in and got beaten at the lights by some old git on what looked like a crap bike. Then he did it again at the next lights. Then I saw that his bike was electric. It gives a great boost from standing but then I recon the advantage is lost as you try to move the thing yourself past about 15mph.
#33
Personally I would just buy a cheap used scooter. Allot more practical, allot more fun and trips to the seaside and country are a real possibility. Also 50cc can be ridden with no further training by people with pre 1997 driving licenses. Not much to tax (£15 I think, maybe its gone up now) and insure and probably better for the environment anyway when all things are considered
#34
Plus it will weigh less!
#35
And people won't **** themselves laughing as you go by...
1 Like #36
thabiz
Personally I would just buy a cheap used scooter. Allot more practical, allot more fun and trips to the seaside and country are a real possibility. Also 50cc can be ridden with no further training by people with pre 1997 driving licenses. Not much to tax (£15 I think, maybe its gone up now) and insure and probably better for the environment anyway when all things are considered

It was £17 last time I bought it for my 125 supermoto, I've been tempted to go to North Wales on mine but some of those A roads have a fairly steep gradient, I've had visions of my little engine not being able to maintain 50mph whilst I've got a HGV nailed to my back wheel, eventually I pull over in a lay-by, terrified to ride any further I go on to live out the rest of my days at the side of the road.
#37
Dogging?
#38
To be fair those reviews are for their Australian distribution network. That's NO indication of what they would be like here, and could be entirely different trading laws (I haven't checked). I would ignore any reviews about service.
#39
Wow - those reviews are well made up on the Dilliger site. Each covers a different benefit of an 'ebike' with very little repetition - like they were posted off an 'ebike' guide and pasted into each section. Love the following statement at the end 'Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.' - so where are all the reviews from the other customers......8 customer reviews!!!
#40
All spaced a couple of weeks apart

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