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Mi QiCycle Foldable Smart Electric Bike - 28 Miles Range | 15.5MPh | 250W

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About this deal

  • Lightweight folding bike for casual use on offer at Scan
  • Folds easily
  • Shimano gears
  • 24 Month Direct Xiaomi UK Warranty (For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see scan.co.uk/inf…rms)

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  1. johnnystorm's avatar
    It's got a 208wh battery and 7nm of torque according to another stockist. Up to 45km of barely any assistance!
    rugman's avatar
    7nm motor torque ? surely not, must be at least 25-30nm ? 7nm, maybe that's in eco mode only?
  2. GlitchFace's avatar
    Would hold out, possible new changes coming, 500W motor and throttle up to 15mph

    Plus you would get a better bike and range by converting a standard bike. (edited)
    LadyEleanor's avatar
    This is a £1,400 bike so expect to pay £1400 for that, of more dubious legality.

    This bike does not fold like a e-Brompton but its low weight makes it possibly much more practical.
  3. smudgemobile's avatar
    Congratulations on your 1st deal
  4. andywedge's avatar
    Thanks for posting and well done on your first hotukdeals thread
  5. LadyEleanor's avatar
    Torque will be 35 to 40nm. Only 3 speeds so not really for very steep hills.

    Halfords had an exclusive on this and it sold there for £1,000 which, for what it is was an ok price, it being only 14.5 kg in weight. (edited)
  6. steve252's avatar
    "boasting a lightweight 14.5KG aluminium frame" - what is the weight of the complete bike likely to be?
  7. LadyEleanor's avatar
    Weight & dimensionsWeight (including battery)14.5 kg
    For comparison, their lightest, the electric Bromton P line urban weights 15.6kg. At €3,700.
  8. Imatechguy's avatar
    Anyone reckon this is too small for a 180-ish cm tall rider?
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