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E-Move Premium 28 inch Wheel Size Mens Electric Bike - £750 + Free Click and Collect @ Argos

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Electric bike under £750 with reasonable range.

Finished in an eye-catching vibrant blue, this lightweight e-bike delivers top performance through its seven gears, so that you can alter the level of e-assist in accordance with road conditions, hills, acceleration and speed requirements. Highly responsive steering ensures that this thoroughbred has an impressively sporty feel – and it's ideal both as an city runabout or as a town-and-country model adaptable to all kinds of riding requirements.

Roomy rider compartment.

Samsung Battery Cells.

Key features

Men's e-bikes.
Alloy frame.
microSHIFT Shifters shifters.
Front disc and rear disc brakes.
Kenda tyres.
Double-wall rims.
Quick-release front wheel.
12mm wheel nut size.
Steel forks.
Reflectors included.
Adjustable seat.
Adjustable handlebars.
Minimal assembly.
Size and weight

Assembled dimensions: H108, W64, L180cm.
Weight fully assembled 19.5kg.
18 inch frame size.
28 inch wheel size.
Package dimensions: H139, W27, D139cm.
Package weight 25kg.
Suitable for riders with 30 to 34 inch inside leg measurements.
Maximum rider weight 100kg.
Electric capability

Lithium-ion battery.
Battery weight 1.55kg.
Full charge time 4 hours.
18 miles per full charge.
Battery dimensions: H4.45, W5.45, D50.22cm.
Battery location: on down tube.
250W motor power.
3 power modes.
Motor location: rear hub motor.
Electric motor restriction.
General information

For an easy delivery, your new bike will arrive with partially inflated tyres, make sure you top them up before riding.
1 year battery guarantee.
Manufacturer's 2 year frame and fork guarantee; tyres and tubes are excluded from the guarantee.
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    They tell you the battery charge time and battery weight but no indication of battery capacity but it will be low especially as the battery is quite light. Also bear in mind the battery is internal so you will have to charge the battery with the bike present which is unsuitable for many people who store the bike in a shed or garage without access to power. The charger will likely be 1.8-2A output so 4 hours is rough 6-8Ah capacity. No mention if its 36V or 24V either. You might assume 36V but its possible its 24V. The description is all very vague. I personally see the current price as about right for the spec. At £500 it would be a real bargain, £600 decent but £750 I would of thought was about normal price for such a bike.
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    Almost 20kg and Microshift? Nah
    Under 20kg I thought was light for an e bike . I paid 3 grand for mine and it weighs 24kg. (edited)
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    I doubt it would last long & only an 18 mile range! Sorry but you get what you pay for. Get a better make in a sale for a bit more £
    If they say 18miles it’s probably around 12 miles at the most in the city
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    Key features

    12mm wheel nut size.
    Reflectors included.
    Adjustable seat.
    Adjustable handlebars.
    Minimal assembly.

    You know it's a poor product when the key features are legal requirements, standard features of any bike made in the last 130 years, and the size of the wheelnuts.

    It's like advertising a car with:
    round wheels
    opening doors
    Argos are utterly clueless at selling bikes with classic info like 'rigid suspension fork' and other nonsense. There are a few features here that could be better explained like angle adjustable stem, integral battery for improved battery security. They have the battery described as on the downtube but clearly it is inside it and why is it only a men's bike? Many women ride bikes with horizontal toptubes nowadays. Argos would sell a lot more bikes if the marketing spiel was improved. You get a lot more info looking at the images than the text.