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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Swagtron Swagcycle EB5. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- The EB5 was said to be comfortable on long-distance rides.
- Speeds up to 12.5mph were attainable.
- The EB5’s battery lasted up to 15 miles per charge.
- This e-bike folded up to fit in a car boot.
- Highly adjustable handlebars impressed users.
- Riders up to 235lbs were happy with the EB5.
- Users found it suitable for camping and RVs.
- Construction of the EB5 was said to be sturdy
- The EB5 arrives almost completely assembled.
- Folding and unfolding was simple and straightforward.
13 reasons not to buy
- The EB5’s battery is built-in and irreplaceable.
- Battery life decreased to a 1.3mi range, after one year of use.
- A weight limit of 264lbs disappointed bigger riders.
- The EB5’s kickstand spring interfered with folding.
- This e-bike struggled on hills.
- The battery indicator fluctuates and shows three bars on empty.
- The EB5 doesn’t use keys and can be turned on by anyone.
- Both experts and users experienced a maximum 12.5 mph range.
- Customer service disappointed a number of owners.
- Under pedal-assist, a 6mi range was reported by one expert.
- Owners found the unpowered EB5 difficult and heavy to pedal.
- Riders were limited by a lack of gears and a single power-assist setting.
- The EB5 does not come equipped with lights.