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    Has anybody bought Ebike through crowdfunding platform like Indiegogo?

    Hello, I'm a new ebike lover and also a student in London. I ride a lot in London and really got attracted by ebike recently. After following some ebike user in Instagram, I received quite a lot advertisement about ebike and most of them are from a crowdfunding platform called Indiegogo, such as Nireeka, Mate, FLX and STROM. Their product look very cool and equipped with good configuration. And the most important thing is they are much cheaper than those with similar configuration but sold in store. Since I'm a student, my budget is very limited. But no test riding and long time waiting worry me so I want to see if there are any friend here could give me some advice? Is that platform reliable? Are those crowdfunding product as good as they show? Thank you.

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    Hi,well, "there is no such thing as a free lunch", so I would suggest you to check their return policies before you will purchase anything from them.Anyway it is better to spend a bit more, rather than regret the lost money or feel unsatisfied about the good.But it depends on you , anyway. You can visit
    http://bestadviser.net/reviews/mount...othing-review/to find more info on that.Take care
    Last edited by Ebikefan1; 04-01-2018, 12:53 AM.

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      #3
      Are you buying a product or just giving your money to some techies to play with?

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        #4
        Originally posted by max_volt View Post
        Are you buying a product or just giving your money to some techies to play with?
        Of course I'm looking for something to ride with.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Ebikefan1 View Post
          Hi,well, "there is no such thing as a free lunch", so I would suggest you to check their return policies before you will purchase anything from them.Anyway it is better to spend a bit more, rather than regret the lost money or feel unsatisfied about the good.But it depends on you , anyway. You can visit
          http://bestadviser.net/reviews/mount...othing-review/to find more info on that.Take care
          The return policy is not secured actually. And it used to take long time, like couple months.

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            #6
            https://starkdrive.bike/electric-bikes/ in Stockholm, Sweden is offering foldable ebikes for $399, $599 and $799. Add about $200 for shipping to the US and that's

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