FIIDO D1 Folding Electric Bike £449 but £359.35 with code @ Gearbest
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FIIDO D1 Folding Electric Bike £449 but £359.35 with code @ Gearbest

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Found 16th Feb
Maybe a bit of a dog but it seems like a good enough e-bike at a silly price. Usual 250w motor and fairly good range of 40KM.

Seat apparently adjustable as high as 105 CM and 120 KG max load so should fit normal sized people no problem.

Use code NYGBOD to get 20% off outdoors gear including bikes.

● Electric, moped ( power assist system ) and manpower modes, suitable for commuting, trip, shopping, exercise, etc.
● Built-in 7.8Ah Li-ion battery, max 40km mileage in pure electric mode, no need to worry about powerless situation on the way to destination
● 3 steps quick-folding, portable to carry and store
Inflatable 14 inch rubber tire with anti-slip texture, great shockproof effect, giving you a comfortable riding experience in steep roads
● Durable and efficient disc brake on both front and rear tires, safer braking, safer riding
● Powerful 250W motor, 25km/h max speed, gradeability up to 30 degree, uneven land cannot stop your journey
● Aluminum alloy frame, lightweight and tough, 120kg payload
● With USB phone holder, power display, speed control in handlebar
● Adjustable height of saddle and handlebar
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peonyfour13 m ago

What’s the speed limit for ebike in England? Tempted to get one at this p …What’s the speed limit for ebike in England? Tempted to get one at this price but not sure if Chinese standards are compatible with laws here...


Just get one. I ain't seen a policeman for about a year.
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No way customs would miss this!
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apjashley135 m ago

No way customs would miss this!


I read somewhere that they are shipped by train to Poland then from Poland to UK, so yes customs do mis it as it appears an inter Europe shipment.

But guess I will find out in a few weeks.
Good price for an electric bike, but 14 inch diameter wheels? Good luck when dealing with potholes and broken road surfaces...
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StanLaurel5 m ago

Good price for an electric bike, but 14 inch diameter wheels? Good luck …Good price for an electric bike, but 14 inch diameter wheels? Good luck when dealing with potholes and broken road surfaces...


Think potholes are an issue for any bike no matter the wheel size but yes probably more so for these.

But it is a trade off for folded size and portability. Be tricky getting something with 26" wheels to fold small enough to fit in a bag and comfortably carry into the office.
If these were available to collect in the UK or delivered next day at that price they would sell a fair few. I could imagine B&M having them or Costco at this price they would fly out the door
No spare wheel !

maxmix
According to Gearbest, it weighs 18kg.
"...a bit of a dog but it seems like a good enough e-bike..."
Edited by: "Besford" 16th Feb
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Besford12 m ago

"...a bit of a dog but it seems like a good enough e-bike..."



Was supposed to be a pun based on name of the company that makes it.
Abbadon18 m ago

Was supposed to be a pun based on name of the company that makes it.


Ahh - too clever for me!
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Besford35 m ago

Ahh - too clever for me!



Probably more a case of you have not sunk to my level yet.
What’s the speed limit for ebike in England? Tempted to get one at this price but not sure if Chinese standards are compatible with laws here...
Edited by: "peonyfour" 16th Feb
peonyfour13 m ago

What’s the speed limit for ebike in England? Tempted to get one at this p …What’s the speed limit for ebike in England? Tempted to get one at this price but not sure if Chinese standards are compatible with laws here...


Just get one. I ain't seen a policeman for about a year.
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peonyfour36 m ago

What’s the speed limit for ebike in England? Tempted to get one at this p …What’s the speed limit for ebike in England? Tempted to get one at this price but not sure if Chinese standards are compatible with laws here...



Believe it is 15MPH. But people are riding Brinco's around at 40MPH so wouldn't worry about going 1 or 2 MPH over.
why not ......
just hire a good electric bike for a week and decide if you like it. Many shops knock the hire cost off the final sale price if you haggle.

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Update for anyone who is interested.

Bike arrived safely with no pesky duties to pay. It was just about fully assembled with just the seat column to insert “on a quick release so tool less exercise”.

I am 6’2” and it can be set way too tall for me so at a guess would fit anyone outside the Guinness book of records.

I live near some decent hills and it goes up them without the need to peddle. So far not been more than a few miles so can’t really report on range accurately, but a few miles doesn’t put much of a dent in the battery meter.

Build quality is top notch, frame and fittings all feel very solid and well built. Folding mechanisms all work smoothly and feel totally rigid once locked in place.

Riding wise it’s pretty good. You obviously don’t get the same amount of precession you would get from larger wheels but it is stable enough. Breaks work well and are quite progressive. Pedals are on the smaller side but totally usable and although the bike is fairly heavy it would be possible to pedal home in an out of power situation.

All in all very pleased.
I see its at £337 now !

maxmix
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Yup on a flash sale I think.
hey there, im thinking about buying one of these.
After a few weeks can you tell more about the bike? How long can you ride on it?
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