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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Nakto Camel - Women's. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
16 reasons to buy
- Acceleration was seen as impressive.
- The Camel delivered a comfortable and fun ride.
- Some buyers were delighted with the response from customer service.
- The single level of assist delivered ample power.
- Security was enhanced by the use of a key to power on and off.
- Buyers said the Camel was offered at a good price.
- For a number of buyers, packaging was sound.
- Owners admired the white gloss paintwork.
- Padded saddles were comfortable for a number of riders.
- An 18mph top speed was reported, without assistance.
- Assembly was described as simple, using online videos.
- Mileage was as high as 30 miles, off a full battery charge.
- After 8 months of ownership, one owner had no problems with their bike.
- A tester found the Camel rode smoothly at higher speeds.
- The sturdy rear rack was well-liked by owners.
- Heavier riders found the Camel handled their weight easily.
12 reasons not to buy
- The Camel’s steel frame made it heavy and difficult to pedal unpowered.
- The single level of assist ramps up to full power immediately.
- Customer service failed to fulfil promises of replacement parts.
- More than one new Camel arrived missing vital components.
- Charging units sometimes failed soon after purchase.
- Motors sometimes failed within days or weeks of use.
- The Camel struggled up steep hills.
- Numerous owners found the kickstand difficult to use.
- Using generic instructions and online videos, assembly could be difficult.
- The Camel sometime blew fuses, soon after purchase.
- A 6ft reviewer said this e-bike was too small for him to pedal.
- It takes two full rotations of the pedals for the assist to kick in.