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Prodeco Technologies Phantom X2 Electric Folding Bicycle (36V, 500W)

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  • 36V 500W, 38.4V12A Electric Bicycle
  • Folding Aluminum Alloy Frame
  • 38.4V Lithium Ion Phosphate 2000 Charge Cycles Battery
  • Front & Rear "Tool Free" Adjusting Disc Brakes w/ 203mm Stainless Steel Rotors
  • Lifetime Frame, 2 Year Components Warranty + Built in the USA
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Product Description

The Phantom X2 builds upon the original legend of the Phantom X, boasting even more aggressive capabilities while maintaining its rank among the best in the affordable pre-built electric bike market today. With its matte black-and-red color scheme, folding frame and high quality components, the Phantom X2 is stylish and strong. It was hailed by many industry insiders upon its release in 2012 as the E-Bike of the Year. The impressive 12-amp battery system on the X2 will take you distances of 28-38 miles on a charge. The superior strength and high torque of the 500 watt direct drive motor mounted in the rear wheel ensures that no hill will stand between you and a cruise through town. The speed and comfort of the Phantom X2 will exceed your expectations. It is our most popular version of the Phantom Series. Loaded with Features -Aggressive Black and Red Aluminum Frame -12 Ah High capacity, high efficiency LiFePO4 battery -Superior, high torque 500W Direct Drive Rear Hub Motor -Shimano Deore 7 Speed Derailleur -Thumb Throttle system -Full size bike that is easy to store (folding capability) -Great for commuting to work, school, running local errands -Great for taking on the train, bus, or subway for longer commutes -Electric ride is smooth, easy, and enjoyable -Adjustable to almost any size -Industry best 2 Year Warranty -All Prodeco Electric Bicycles are designed, built, and quality-tested in the USA

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  • Shipping Weight: 82 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B007Y4LRM0
  • Item model number: Phantom X2 36V
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #411,122 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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64 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Scott Helmann on May 27, 2012
HI! I have had my Prodeco Storm (same bike as the Phantom X just different color and a few minor mostly cosmetic differences) for 2 months now. I had had multiple rides in hilly country in excess of 32 miles and the battery was still going strong. I mostly use the battery to take all the suck out of climbing big hills or riding against the wind, and sometimes it is just nice to just cruise along with out having to pedal. I just returned from a camping trip and did a lot of riding in Albuquerque New Mexico- great bike trails, except for the stickers. 12 flats in 3 days of riding. If you are riding is these areas you will want to put liners in your tires (Slime liners are available from Walmart) and you will want to upgrade to thorn proof tubes- These were tough to find as the valve stems for these bikes need to be 48mm in length. Bontrager by Trex makes 26x2.125 tubes with 48mm presto valves (part number 78156). The presto valve tubes work fine although you will need a $1 adapter to air up the tires with a regular schrader or car tire pump. If you need regular tubes with 48mm schrader (car type) valves they are available here on Amazon for about $7. Taking the tires on and off to fix flats is a bit of a pain, as there is a process you have to go through to get the disk brakes all adjusted perfectly again. The bike has nice disk brakes but it would be nice if they were a little thicker and more rigid (didn't flex/bend so easily). It takes a bit to get them adjusted to be perfectly round and not rub on the break pads. I read the manual looking for more clues, but it just takes a bit of time to get them adjusted- so plan for that if you get a flat. The throttle works great, the rest of the components are quality and it is a really nice bike.Read more ›
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63 of 67 people found the following review helpful By R. George on July 13, 2012
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Before I purchased this I researched lots of different bikes and was pretty set on purchasing the A2B Metro. The $3099 price tag was a lot to swallow, but I wanted a nice bike that had some great features.

I later found the Phantom X here on Amazon and decided to settle. Am I missing out on some features that the A2B has? Yes. Are those features worth the extra $1800? Definitely not.

I wanted a bike with a strong motor (preferably 500W) and was capable of going 20 miles. It needed to have a throttle (no assist only) so that I could just throttle the whole way to work and not get sweaty. And I wanted the fastest bike I could find.

The Phantom fits the bill reasonably well. I use my Phantom X daily to get to work which is about 5 miles each way. The removable battery is a must as I don't feel like hauling the 60 lb bike inside my work to charge it (A2B metro battery is NOT removable!).

Here's what I like:
-I can go 22 MPH with NO pedaling. Not too bad, right?
-With pedaling, I can easily get between 24-26 MPH.
-Takes me only 15 minutes to get to work..that's only 3 minutes longer than it took in my car!
-Folding makes it easy to fit in the back of my Golf if I absolutely need to.
-Battery can take 2000+ charge cycles before replacement. And replacement batteries are only $300! This means that I could charge it every work day of the year and still have the battery last 8 years before it needs to be replaced!

What I don't really like:
-Thumb throttle. It sucks. It makes my thumb tired! I wish it were a twist throttle to make it easier on my hand.
-Brakes rub! I've "properly" adjusted the disc brakes, but they still rub! They feel cheap and do not work as well as I had hoped.
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51 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Eric Mars on April 21, 2012
I've commuting around San Francisco for a 2 months now on my PX, and would like to address some of the points brought in another surprisingly thorough review on here, especially given that the reviewer spent only 20 minutes with a floor model.

1) The seat post in the picture is high. You can easily position it MUCH lower. I'm 5'9" and have plenty of room for adjustment in both directions.
2) You will need to adjust the derailleur on any new bike as the new cables stretch. It's easy & there are loads of videos on YouTube showing how. My shifts flawlessly, but did need adjustment.
3) The handlebars, like the seat, are totally adjustable with regard to height, angle etc. I'm older and have them quite high so I can ride upright. This criticism is just unfounded.
4) Pedal assist vs throttle is just a matter of taste. I find the thumb throttle very convenient and intuitive. I challenge myself to use it as little as possible and this has helped me get in shape without killing myself.
5) The key sticks out of the battery. Well yes it does. And it could break off in rough use. Well, um, OK. It's a normal key, pretty sturdy. But honestly, this is a commuter bike with mountain bike styling. You would be laughed off the trails if you really took it some place for "rough riding"
6) It actually "feels like a 350w bike". Which 350w bike? Hats off to you for amazing sensitivity. Well no, it's not a motorcycle. You need to pedal as well. It's plenty of power to get me around the hills & headwinds of San Francisco without breaking a sweat.

This dig "...slightly overpriced" is total nonsense to anyone who's done 5 minutes research. Yes, they are often backordered due to the LOW price, but Prodeco are very honest and prompt in their communication.
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