F - wheel DYU Electric Bike £189.11 @ Gearbest
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F - wheel DYU Electric Bike £189.11 @ Gearbest

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Found 25th Dec 2017
Main Features:
- Aircraft-grade aluminum alloy frame, excellent quality and high performance
- IP54 waterproof, practical usage even in bad weather
- Smart App controlling ( scanning the QR code in user manual ), cruise control and battery management system
- Bright front light and back light, increasing cycling safety in night
- Folding design, space-saving and portable to carry
- Powerful 350W motor, large battery capacity and strong loading ability, meeting your needs

Specification:
- Size: 102 x 50.5 x 94cm ( unfold ), 102 x 20 x 72cm ( fold )
- Pedal height: 20cm ( from ground to pedal )
- Wheel size: 12 inches
- Max load: 120kg
- Speed: 20km/h ( adjusted by App, max 30km/h )
- Working distance: about 15km
- Max gradeability: 15 degree
- Working temperature: - 10 - 45 Deg.C
- Waterproof: IP54
- Battery: 4400mAh
- Motor: 36V, 350W
- Charging voltage: 42V
- Input voltage: 100 - 240V
- Charging time: 2 hours
- Brake mode: rear disc brake
- Weight: 12kg
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Its's £211.81 not £189.11
Looks cool, shame they don't stock these in there EU warehouse.
Aircraft grade aluminium frame
Just bought this.
Why?

Because it’s Christmas and I haven’t bought enough crap this year yet.

The main selling point was... no pedals....I am such a lazy bugger!

🙈🎄🙈🎄🙈🎄🙈🎄
Guessing an extra £50 for Customs and Vat on this price if its from China. Says will carry a payload of 120kgs which is a lot better than some mini bikes.
also bear in mind these are not legal for public highways
adamspencer9541 m ago

also bear in mind these are not legal for public highways


But legal for council estates.
finnmaccool29 m ago

But legal for council estates.


last time I checked, council estates are still a public highway
adamspencer9552 s ago

last time I checked, council estates are still a public highway


Well done Adam.
finnmaccool46 m ago

Well done Adam.


so i don't really understand your comment...?
finnmaccool2 h, 55 m ago

But legal for council estates.

And/or Anarchists.
Edited by: "jobibear" 25th Dec 2017
adamspencer953 h, 0 m ago

so i don't really understand your comment...?


You really expect people on council estates to follow the public highway code. Next you will asume we pay for a tv license too
brendanhickey18 m ago

You really expect people on council estates to follow the public highway …You really expect people on council estates to follow the public highway code. Next you will asume we pay for a tv license too


yes because i dont stereotype
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