Aventon Aventure brand of battery cells...

EBikeUser1965

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Anybody knows what brand of cells we have here in this battery pack? Panasonic, Samsung or LG? yeah right!
 

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It's funny how the Aventon Aventure page actually doesn't list this. It just says:
Removable Internal Lithium-ion 48V, 15Ah (720Wh)

According to a 3rd party review of the 2021 Aventon Aventure, it appears to have Samsung Cells:
Battery: Removable Internal Lithium-ion 48V, 15Ah (720Wh) with Samsung Cells
Reference: electricbikereport.com/aventon-aventure-review/
 

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It's funny how the Aventon Aventure page actually doesn't list this. It just says:
Removable Internal Lithium-ion 48V, 15Ah (720Wh)

According to a 3rd party review of the 2021 Aventon Aventure, it appears to have Samsung Cells:
Battery: Removable Internal Lithium-ion 48V, 15Ah (720Wh) with Samsung Cells
Reference: electricbikereport.com/aventon-aventure-review/
I saw that as well in several online reviews before buying one. The bike I built up today, however, is significantly de-contented from the bikes in reviews about a year ago. Granted that Aventon does not specific brand and model of components in the tech specs section for the bike on its website, but the latest iteration version I am charging now did not use the same fork, derailleur or shifter as those in reviews from last year. This bike has cheaper no-name or white box components. Blame it on the current inflation and wanting to stay at the $2k price level, or supply chain shortage, or both, but (1) it's disappointing when you expect low end Shimano and get low end nameless, and (2) just because the bikes a year ago were using quality cells does not necessarily mean those shipping today are using the same cells. Cells choice would be a great place for a manufacturer to cut its costs and pad its margins.
 
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