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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Nakto Camel. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
17 reasons to buy
- The Camel’s low price was described as ‘amazing’.
- Battery life was described as being adequate for all-day rides.
- Camels easily reached the 20mph e-bike speed limit, or 28mph with assist.
- Overall range delighted numerous buyers.
- The drum / v-brake setup was described as ‘excellent’.
- The waterproof battery casing proved a boon for winter riders.
- This hefty rig was frequently deemed to be ‘solid’.
- Owners said the Camel delivered a smooth, comfortable ride.
- More than one buyer found it easy to assemble.
- Men appreciated the black-metal basket.
- Some riders found this bike easy to pedal.
- One owner reported true wheels with tightened spokes.
- Customer service has been called “responsive”, “precise” and “friendly”.
- Buyers said the included horn was satisfyingly loud.
- An integrated headlight pleased purchasers.
- Extras (horn, light, lock, bell, basket, rack & fenders) were appreciated.
- Packaging was lauded.
12 reasons not to buy
- The Camel is a heavy beast, and difficult to pedal unpowered.
- The Camel blew a fuse on a reviewer’s test ride, when climbing a steep hill.
- One reviewer and a few owners said the Camel could not power up steep hills.
- More than one new Camel arrived missing vital components.
- One owner’s battery wouldn’t charge from new.
- Two owners had charging issues, even after seeking mechanical assistance.
- Headlights loosened for more than one buyer.
- Water damaged the motor, in heavy rain.
- Assembly was challenging for some owners.
- One owner reported that their battery died after 2 months use.
- An owner found that Assist ceased functioning with less than 1/3 battery.
- Customer service was said to be unresponsive at replacing faulty parts.
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Ultimately, the bike worked just fine as a typical, flat land city bike… if you go with the Nakto, do it because you are on a budget… Don’t do it because you expect something of great quality. .. This bike is the definition of mediocrity, but sometimes a mediocre bike is all anyone wants or needs.