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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Addmotor M-550 P7. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- The M-550 P7 is equipped with a 750 W motor that can output 80 Nm of torque.
- With absolute minimal pedal assistance, the M-550 travels 65 mi on a single charge.
- Huge 4” tires provide a cushioned, mattressy feel on all surfaces.
- An 80 mm ‘Addshox’ suspension fork provides relief over mild road protuberances.
- Both Addmotor and M-550 owners say that a top speed of 26 mph is attainable.
- A proud M-550 owner describes their gray/orange M-550 as “beautiful”.
- A sturdy rear rack comes fitted to the Addmotor M-550 P7 Electric Fat Bike.
- Front and rear fenders are included with the M-550.
- Front and rear integrated lights are also included with the M-550.
- An owner says the M-550 took them less than ½ an hour to assemble.
- One owner describes the M-550 as “whisper quiet”.
5 reasons not to buy
- The M-550 weighs a huge 98 lb, giving riders ‘that sinking feeling’ on climbs.
- Addmotor says the M-550 is only suited to taller riders, from 5’10” to 6’5”.
- A buyer received a faulty battery pack that didn’t work, from new.
- Buyers report disappointing experiences with Addmotor’s customer service.
- An owner says Addmotor’s included tools are too weak to use for assembly.