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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Wallke X3 Pro. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
14 reasons to buy
- X3 Pros were fast, easily reaching 28mph on flats.
- Uphills, power-assist was beefy and did not lag.
- The X3 Pro’s foldability made it perfect for apartments, cars and other tight spaces.
- An owner reported two long days of riding before charging was needed.
- An expert was impressed to see powerful, dual Tektro hydraulic brakes on this rig.
- Owners found that, overall, components on the X3 Pro were durable.
- The X3 Pro was usually easy to assemble, coming mostly pre-configured.
- This bike’s regenerative feature noticeably charged batteries on fast descents.
- Angular styling appealed to owners, who said it looked ‘futuristic’.
- Customer service provided detailed advice and amended faults.
- The X3 Pro’s suspension setup handled real trails and small drops.
- This bike’s folding hinge didn’t budge, even on shaky trails.
- The display’s ‘battery percentage’ indication was more accurate than a ‘bar’ system.
- Folding and unfolding the X3 Pro was said to be easy and intuitive.
10 reasons not to buy
- This bike’s 54lb pound weight made it difficult to carry when folded.
- Throttle is not regulated and kicks in at full power.
- Off-road riders found handling with the 650mm handlebar was a bit twitchy.
- The battery rattled during off-road riding.
- Owners sometimes found the phone charger to be unreliable.
- The X3 Pro’s frame does not have a place to attach a water bottle holder.
- A number of owners found that the manual wasn’t helpful.
- Some riders would have preferred 180mm , rather than 160mm brake rotors.
- An expert noted that the X3 Pro’s super-fat tires needed more power to push.
- A bike mechanic warned that pedaling through turns could create dangerous acceleration.