Aniioki long-range eMoped

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I saw this mentioned on the eBikes of America Facebook group.

48 or 52 V, 60 (!) Ah. Full suspension. They advertise 100 mile range with throttle-only. Seems doable with that kind of capacity.

At this price though, I’m thinking cheap brakes and battery cells.

 
Already mentioned in the e-moped thread 16 JUN 2023.
 
I saw this mentioned on the eBikes of America Facebook group.

48 or 52 V, 60 (!) Ah. Full suspension. They advertise 100 mile range with throttle-only. Seems doable with that kind of capacity.

At this price though, I’m thinking cheap brakes and battery cells.

I didn't notice this post. Yesterday I created a new post in the General Discussions category about the Aniioki models. I included some pics and reviews. This is a very interesting brand. There are many YouTube videos about their different models, especially the AQ177 Pro Max and the A8 Pro Max which are their top of the line. Most reviews are very positive but yes it has been noted in some reviews that the brakes have had a few squealing/noise issues and although the company says their batteries are UL approved, there has not been seen any documentation confirming that. But Customer Service is reported to be excellent, as well as delivery times for the bikes and parts and accessories.

 

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ozzie21: It's interesting that the step-through model pictured has a conventional bike seat and stem while high-step model has some kind of banana seat.
 
ozzie21: It's interesting that the step-through model pictured has a conventional bike seat and stem while high-step model has some kind of banana seat.
Yes. I'm definitely much more attracted to the power specs of the A8 Pro Max, but just the fact that the AQ177 Pro Max has a more conventional seating design, I would probably choose the AQ177 Pro Max. Right now I have two ebikes and I have dropper seat posts on both of them, which I like very much. Also, using a conventional seating design allows the owner to choose from a wide variety of seat designs for best comfort for the rider, or even a suspension seat post, even though the AQ177 Pro Max does have dual suspension. Also the AQ177 Pro Max has a different type of handlebar system, which allows flexibility for customization and better rider comfort. The A8 Pro Max has a handlebar system that appears to be fixed and the rider can't make any adjustments to. For all those reasons I'd probably choose the AQ177 Pro Max over the A8 Pro Max.
 
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