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SonsOfDog02/06/2020 23:55

Can any one help? My Mrs is after an e-bike and I'm a total noob to …Can any one help? My Mrs is after an e-bike and I'm a total noob to these.How much maintenance to they require?How many miles on a full charge with these 7.8Ah batteries?Guessing they charge via mains power. Is a special cable required?How long do the batteries last? Can they be replaced ( thinking along the lines on phone batteries that loose their capacity over time?Whatever is the weight of these ? Need to know she can actually lift the damn thing?16" inflatable tyres so they have an inner tube? And can are prone to punctures?Can they get punctures?...I'm sure there are more.Does anyone have any first hand info?Or any comparison sites?Is the warranty for 1 year still valid from these geek lot www?Thanks is advance.🤠


Hi, I have the Fiido D2 , very similar to the featured one, the only differences seems to be mine has a one speed gear and the D2S has a 6 speed cog. And there is a handlebar phone holder on my D2.
These are my findings over owning the bike for the last 5 weeks. It's just a standard 16" Schrader valve bicycle tube inside the wheel, if the tube does get punctured on the rear wheel you'll have a bit of hassle loosening the cables to remove the wheel, everything is so neat and compact, you'll also need a size 18mm spanner for the wheel. Front wheel puncture will be easier, different size spanner for the front wheel too. You are provided with a cheap multi spanner in the box when the bike arrives. No issues with cycling in the rain, the electrics are tucked inside the bike frame.
If you only want to use the throttle, and not pedal, which seems not to be legal in the uk, the distance you would expect, from my experience, is around 10 miles before you'd have to charge the battery again, I live in a hilly area, so it may be a bit more in an all flat area. Spare batteries suitable for the d2 can be bought for under £100, I paid £85 from aliexp , delivery time seems to be long though. Weight wise , I've lifted heavier folding bikes, I don't find it too bad. A battery charger is provided in the box, so you don't have to buy anything. Maintenance wise, you may need to adjust the disc brakes slightly on arrival, mine arrived a bit too tight.
Battery life time I'm really not sure of, someone else may know the answer, I'd expect 500 charges at least.
Height wise, I'm 6ft 4" and the bike fits me , just about, there is a very long seat post. It can carry plenty of weight, I think it is rated for above my weight, so more than 14 stone. Hope this info is of use to you.
Edited by: "delpo" 3rd Jun
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Legal to ride on bike Paths / Roads in the UK?
BourbonGuy02/06/2020 20:52

Legal to ride on bike Paths / Roads in the UK?


Yes just change to peddle assist if ever stopped by the police and peddle in front of them as full electric mode is technically not legal here although i doubt most police care as long as youre not speeding.
Ah dang it. I'd be all over this, if I wasn't already sold on the upcoming Himo (endorsed by xiaomi) Z20 (foldable Rather than C20, which is not). Though those are nearly double the price and dispatched from China. Himo Z16 also looks awesome, but I don't think they're officially shipping those yet. It's the tidier hiding of cables and solid groupset that's got me. Online reviews for the D2S seems good though. Heat added.
Good price but i would worry about delivery date as its a pre-sale and the date to ship is only an estimate ( currently says 12 days wait - but they keep changing it).
"FIIDO D2S now is Presale, Delivery time is estimated, please do not order if you mind, for details please contact our customer service."
I suspect they take payment straight away - not when they ship and give an earlier date than reality to get your money.

I wish they would drop the price of the D2 ( single gear version) as they have that in stock . Reviews seem to suggest the gears are not really needed due to the motor.
Mine has been despatched today so looking forward to trying out although I think the weather is gonna be crap for the next week now. Mainly got for work commute anyway.
Can any one help? My Mrs is after an e-bike and I'm a total noob to these.

How much maintenance to they require?

How many miles on a full charge with these 7.8Ah batteries?

Guessing they charge via mains power. Is a special cable required?

How long do the batteries last? Can they be replaced ( thinking along the lines on phone batteries that loose their capacity over time?

Whatever is the weight of these ? Need to know she can actually lift the damn thing?

16" inflatable tyres so they have an inner tube? And can are prone to punctures?


Can they get punctures?...

I'm sure there are more.

Does anyone have any first hand info?

Or any comparison sites?

Is the warranty for 1 year still valid from these geek lot www?

Thanks is advance.🤠
Edited by: "SonsOfDog" 3rd Jun
pharmat02/06/2020 22:08

Mine has been despatched today so looking forward to trying out although I …Mine has been despatched today so looking forward to trying out although I think the weather is gonna be crap for the next week now. Mainly got for work commute anyway.


Is it okay to use when it’s raining, if so I would be interested then.
Edited by: "dragon97" 3rd Jun
dragon9703/06/2020 00:07

Is it okay to use when it’s raining, if so I would be interested then.


Good point. Gonna be pretty much useless most of the year if that's the case
Would I look like a complete and utter clown riding this around when I stand at 6"5?
Grey are sold out only white ones left they are ship from Poland warehouse. Thank you op purchased white one been waiting for this paying used revolut or similar company cost only £374 not bad for this exactly model.
SonsOfDog02/06/2020 23:55

Can any one help? My Mrs is after an e-bike and I'm a total noob to …Can any one help? My Mrs is after an e-bike and I'm a total noob to these.How much maintenance to they require?How many miles on a full charge with these 7.8Ah batteries?Guessing they charge via mains power. Is a special cable required?How long do the batteries last? Can they be replaced ( thinking along the lines on phone batteries that loose their capacity over time?Whatever is the weight of these ? Need to know she can actually lift the damn thing?16" inflatable tyres so they have an inner tube? And can are prone to punctures?Can they get punctures?...I'm sure there are more.Does anyone have any first hand info?Or any comparison sites?Is the warranty for 1 year still valid from these geek lot www?Thanks is advance.🤠


Hi, I have the Fiido D2 , very similar to the featured one, the only differences seems to be mine has a one speed gear and the D2S has a 6 speed cog. And there is a handlebar phone holder on my D2.
These are my findings over owning the bike for the last 5 weeks. It's just a standard 16" Schrader valve bicycle tube inside the wheel, if the tube does get punctured on the rear wheel you'll have a bit of hassle loosening the cables to remove the wheel, everything is so neat and compact, you'll also need a size 18mm spanner for the wheel. Front wheel puncture will be easier, different size spanner for the front wheel too. You are provided with a cheap multi spanner in the box when the bike arrives. No issues with cycling in the rain, the electrics are tucked inside the bike frame.
If you only want to use the throttle, and not pedal, which seems not to be legal in the uk, the distance you would expect, from my experience, is around 10 miles before you'd have to charge the battery again, I live in a hilly area, so it may be a bit more in an all flat area. Spare batteries suitable for the d2 can be bought for under £100, I paid £85 from aliexp , delivery time seems to be long though. Weight wise , I've lifted heavier folding bikes, I don't find it too bad. A battery charger is provided in the box, so you don't have to buy anything. Maintenance wise, you may need to adjust the disc brakes slightly on arrival, mine arrived a bit too tight.
Battery life time I'm really not sure of, someone else may know the answer, I'd expect 500 charges at least.
Height wise, I'm 6ft 4" and the bike fits me , just about, there is a very long seat post. It can carry plenty of weight, I think it is rated for above my weight, so more than 14 stone. Hope this info is of use to you.
Edited by: "delpo" 3rd Jun
Oh thanks Delpo. Good to know your height I’m 6ft 2” so it’s good to know your okay with it. Is the battery easy to change.

Thank you for the insight.
dragon9703/06/2020 02:07

Oh thanks Delpo. Good to know your height I’m 6ft 2” so it’s good to know y …Oh thanks Delpo. Good to know your height I’m 6ft 2” so it’s good to know your okay with it. Is the battery easy to change. Thank you for the insight.


I'm still looking into that, there are a few screws on the outside of the frame, where the bike folds, haven't taken a look yet, I'm hoping the 2nd battery arrives with the exact same connector as the one already in the frame, there are you tube videos showing the battery being removed from the bike. I would say one thing about this bike it needs a bit more torque, but the price is very good,
delpo03/06/2020 02:14

I'm still looking into that, there are a few screws on the outside of the …I'm still looking into that, there are a few screws on the outside of the frame, where the bike folds, haven't taken a look yet, I'm hoping the 2nd battery arrives with the exact same connector as the one already in the frame, there are you tube videos showing the battery being removed from the bike. I would say one thing about this bike it needs a bit more torque, but the price is very good,


Oh right. Thank for the information.
Price goes up for both colours to £466.86
Edited by: "SCORPIO111" 3rd Jun
I have the d1 10.4Ah version excellent bike the other day I done 15.6 miles on throttle mode and still had a quarter of battery a left I'd recommend
Is this expired, I am getting a price of $559?
delpo03/06/2020 01:47

Hi, I have the Fiido D2 , very similar to the featured one, the only …Hi, I have the Fiido D2 , very similar to the featured one, the only differences seems to be mine has a one speed gear and the D2S has a 6 speed cog. And there is a handlebar phone holder on my D2.These are my findings over owning the bike for the last 5 weeks. It's just a standard 16" Schrader valve bicycle tube inside the wheel, if the tube does get punctured on the rear wheel you'll have a bit of hassle loosening the cables to remove the wheel, everything is so neat and compact, you'll also need a size 18" spanner for the wheel. Front wheel puncture will be easier, different size spanner for the front wheel too. You are provided with a cheap multi spanner in the box when the bike arrives. No issues with cycling in the rain, the electrics are tucked inside the bike frame.If you only want to use the throttle, and not pedal, which seems not to be legal in the uk, the distance you would expect, from my experience, is around 10 miles before you'd have to charge the battery again, I live in a hilly area, so it may be a bit more in an all flat area. Spare batteries suitable for the d2 can be bought for under £100, I I paid £85 from aliexp , delivery time seems to be long though. Weight wise , I've lifted heavier folding bikes, I don't find it too bad. A battery charger is provided in the box, so you don't have to buy anything. Maintenance wise, you may need to adjust the disc brakes slightly on arrival, mine arrived a bit too tight.Battery life time I'm really not sure of, someone else may know the answer, I'd expect 500 charges at least.Height wise, I'm 6ft 4" and the bike fits me , just about, there is a very long seat post. It can carry plenty of weight, I think it is rated for above my weight, so more than 14 stone. Hope this info is of use to you.


Great info...thanks a bundle.

Let us know how you get on with the battery change once it arrives
I have a Fiido D2 absolutely love it
JayK8603/06/2020 08:15

I have a Fiido D2 absolutely love it


How is on the road? Do you feel any bumps? Got a back problem donno if it will help
gu2gan03/06/2020 09:05

How is on the road? Do you feel any bumps? Got a back problem donno if it …How is on the road? Do you feel any bumps? Got a back problem donno if it will help


Yeah it's super comfy on the road. It has great suspension. Obviously if you drive it over rocky or off-road terrain it can be felt, but on normal pavement/road it feels great!
JayK8603/06/2020 09:22

Yeah it's super comfy on the road. It has great suspension. Obviously if …Yeah it's super comfy on the road. It has great suspension. Obviously if you drive it over rocky or off-road terrain it can be felt, but on normal pavement/road it feels great!


Thanks maybe i'll buy it on the next promotion i missed this...
Contacted fiido about waterproof they said -


Most of e-bikes are splash-proof today, this board are rated as IP54 (Liquids Ingress Protection 54).
It means that protection assured against water splashing from any angle and protection assured against water jets projected by a nozzle (6.3mm) from any angle. It is better not to ride it in rainy day.
Fancied trying an ebike for a while just for leisure so taken a punt on one.Hope their decent .
How are people approaching the illegality of this bike? It has a pure electric mode and so if you hurt someone with this you'll be in legal (and financial) difficulty
apollotheninja03/06/2020 01:20

Would I look like a complete and utter clown riding this around when I …Would I look like a complete and utter clown riding this around when I stand at 6"5?



Yes, my ex gf bought one of these the d2 version which is exactly the same and im 6ft 4 and i looked like a right twat. It wasnt comfortable for someone of my size and weight of 98kg. You should get a full size folding bike like these aliexpress.com/ite…03_

They cost alot more but higher power and you wont look like a wally riding what looks like a childs bike.
Anyone had any movement on these yet ?
Anyone received it? How is it?
SonsOfDog03/06/2020 07:04

Great info...thanks a bundle.Let us know how you get on with the battery …Great info...thanks a bundle.Let us know how you get on with the battery change once it arrives


Got my 2nd battery, they posted it around mid May, took till 1st July to arrive, battery is very small. In the mean time, while waiting for it to arrive, I had wired up an external battery for the bike, I discovered I only need remove 2 screws from the Fiido face plate to get to the battery and that I could feed out external battery wires through the fiido charging port hole, I put together a 1 metre silicon battery cable , £6 off eBay, connected xt 60 connectors to it (also off eBay) and stuck a heavy duty battery 36v more than 20ah in a basket on the front handlebars, the battery gave me 30 miles distance on throttle use alone. Battery was £200, so not a route everyone would go. I also had a look at the fiido controller when I was experimenting, the thing is tiny, again two screws to access that area. Everyone seems to be charging top whack for fiido bikes now, as bikes are getting so hard to find and buy so sellers are just charging £100 to £200 more than they normally would.
Edited by: "delpo" 3rd Jul
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