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Posted 5 May 2023

Zinc 20" Wheel Size Folding Electric Bike with 36V Battery - £600.00 + free Click & Collect @ Argos

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About this product
Make every journey a breeze. This foldable e-bike has a powerful 250W motor and 36v 7.8Ah battery. That means you can go as fast as 15.5 mph. And when fully charged, you can keep going for over 34 miles. Ideal for daily commutes or zipping from A to B. And with 3 assistance modes you can tailor your journey to suit the terrain and the weather. Comes with front and rear brakes for a safe stop. Need to hop off? There's even a mode that lets you walk alongside your bike.

Being foldable opens up more opportunities. Take it on the train to work or explore further afield. And when you're not using it, simply fold it up and tuck it away. Maximum load of the luggage carrier is 25kg only.

Key features

  • Unisex electric bikes.
  • Steel frame.
  • Front alloy V brake and rear alloy V brake brakes.
  • ATB CST tyres.
  • Alloy rims.
  • 15mm wheel nut size.
  • Steel forks.
  • Front and rear mudguards included.
  • Metal mudguards.
  • Reflectors included.
  • Adjustable seat.
  • Rear pannier holder.
  • Packed flat.
Size and weight

  • Assembled dimensions: H106, W62, L156cm.
  • Weight fully assembled 22kg.
  • Height of handle bars (from ground to handle bars) 106 inches.
  • 12.5 inch frame size.
  • Package dimensions: H66.5, W37.5, D88cm.
  • Package weight 24.9kg.
  • Folded dimensions: H65, W36, D84cm.
  • Maximum rider weight 100kg.
Electric capability

  • Lithium-ion battery.
  • 34.2 miles per full charge.
  • Battery dimensions: H25, W15, D5.5cm.
  • Full electric mode included.
  • Removable battery.
  • Lockable battery.
  • Battery keys required.
  • Battery location: behind seat post.
  • 3 power modes.
  • Pedal assist/pedelec power mode.
  • Motor location: front hub.
General information

  • Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee; tyres and tubes are excluded from the guarantee.
  • EAN: 5037970079861.
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Edited by a community support team member, 5 May 2023
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  1. spragclutch's avatar
    This looks over-priced to me. No gears means poor hill climbing ability. Modest battery too.

    The RRP is a joke.

    A lot of these bog standard folders are around the same price but I would still avoid. Gumtree etc often has barely used examples for around £300, which is more like it. (edited)
  2. Jo1978anne's avatar
    I thought these were banned on plublic roads/paths? My son would love this
    Abrew's avatar
    As long as the e-bike doesn't have more than a 250W motor and stops assisting at 15.5mph (there is an extra 10% leeway that some turbo modes take advantage of bring max assistance to 17mph) then they are legal and can be used like a normal bike.
  3. HookedOn's avatar
    You need to spend more money to get anything decent, something with a mid mount motor (Bosch ,Shimano) driving the crank.

    I paid £350 for a Swifty Cycle from Amazon very similar to this
    Very heavy and you would not want to fold it up very often ,ok for occasional use but definitely a No for daily commuting.

    These cycles are made for a price and not for longevity .
    £350-£400 is about right price

    Should you purchase this type of cycle without the motor it would probably retail £125 . (edited)
    Wonky100's avatar
    Of course you do - I drive a Nissan Leaf and would need to spend more money to own a Tesla. From a similar (I.e High street name) retailer (such as Halfords) you would be looking at more than twice the price if you wanted a quality mid motor I suspect. I would say these are made for a particular market rather than made for a price and whilst not for everyone, they will be ideal for some. (edited)
  4. jonagon's avatar
    Heat from me. Where else can I get a folding electric bike this cheap?
    spragclutch's avatar
    If you really want to buy a cheap bike then you'd pay less than this one for a Swifty, or go for a 16" wheel Hitway for £520. Took me 20 seconds to find online.
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