in the past weeks, Landi started to propose some E-bikes at very good price. I am interested in the 2 models that cost 999 CHF. 5-year warranty is provided (1 year only on the battery).
Any one after ever bought one of them? Any experience in purchasing such expensive items from Landi?
There is also jumbo with a cheap ebike:
It depends on the intended use and your weight… with that battery and nm don’t expect much, they are good for a flat city but for hills at least 70 nm.
I (95 kg) have one with 250 W and 45 nm which is perfect for the city and another for the mountain and for the Thule Chariot with 625 W and 85 nm
Goyero: obviously what you say is very much correct. actually biggest limitation is the budget. 1500 chf is the limit . hopefully the idea is to stay around 1000±200.
for what it seems, Landi’s one is better. with front motor, better battery, better computer and better frame. for the same price. agree with my comment?!
Yes from the specs the landi one seems clearly better.
If you’re referring to the DINAL model:
Then yes, I think it’s better than the one posted by ma0. I don’t get what you mean by front motor though? The motor is in the middle, between the pedals, and it powers the rear wheel via the chain.
36 V / 10,4 Ah / 374,4 Wh and
80 Nm, nominal 65 Nm. I own a Cannondale e-bike with battery+motor from Bosch. It’s 400 Wh and 50 Nm and I find it adequate for pretty much any road. I can do 100 km around Zürisee, I can go up the Uetliberg, can do long cross country trips. When I took it up the Rigi, that’s where I noticed the limitations. With the lowest gear I was still struggling and my battery ran out of juice. But that was an extreme case.
I think this bike looks interesting, if only the quality is good. The battery in my Bosch is still as good as new after 5 years. I paid 2400 CHF for my bike.
I think this bike was not posted yesterday or I missed it. This one looks better than the other 2 for the same price I looked yesterday
The cheapest by coop is worse:
and migros (worse):
and obi (no nm visible)
So, did you buy it?
That bike disappeared from Landi
iiuc that’s kind of the concept of Landi, buy stuff in bulk and when it’s gone it’s gone.
I didn’t know. Then should I wait until they buy them in bulk again?
There’s no guarantee that they will have the same model again.
I agree with the feedback here that 45 NM or 65 NM might be good for the city but if you have a trailer and/or plan to go into the mountains, then 85 NM is ideal.
I recently bought this Crosswave bike from Migros. They had an offer so I was able to get for 3100 CHF.
I’d be scared to park that bike outside a Migros, even for 5minutes…
Why is that? because its too expensive?
Yes. beautiful and expensive.
In Lausanne I see more expensive ones parked outside overnight (mtb cycletech, riese moeller ). Not saying you should do that, but if you remove the battery and lock it well…