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25% off All Electric Bikes + $100 Delivery @ Zoomo

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MIDSEASON50

Zoomo has a surprise 25% OFF Midseason Sale just before tax time for OzBargain community!

All e-bikes listed on the store will be discounted by 25%! Use the coupon MIDSEASON50 to claim the 25% OFF!

Hurry while stocks last! Claim a BARGAIN today!

Delivery anywhere in AU for an extra $100, but you are getting HUGE value here!

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    Hi OzBargain Community,

    Please feel free ask any questions here!

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    Genuine question - are these legal in NSW? I know the e-scooters arent….

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      These bikes are all legal and meet the requirements of NSW law. We do not modify these bikes.

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    Seems like a great deal but why is the warranty so low, doesn't inspire confidence in the effective life of the components.

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      We provide 6 months warranty and bike components and the battery. A new bike provides 1 year warranty. We feel the warranty is quite far and as a small business, we have sometimes extended the warranty for our customers for a better rep. Compared to what you can get on Gumtree etc, our bikes are professionally refurbished and also provide you with a peace of mind in the form of a warranty

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        @Zoomo
        "We provide 6 months warranty and bike components and the battery. A new bike provides 1 year warranty. We feel the warranty is quite far and as a small business, we have sometimes extended the warranty for our customers for a better rep. Compared to what you can get on Gumtree etc, our bikes are professionally refurbished and also provide you with a peace of mind in the form of a warranty"

        Shouldn't these disclaimers be in the title and body of this deal. I came in thinking this was a new, NOT a refurbished product. It is good that you should now disclose this, but it is misleading by omitting it from the title.

        Please consider. The ACC and various state's Office of Consumer Affairs look very dimly towards this kind of advertising, no matter if it was innocent or inadvertently ommitted.

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          One of their bike model is being sold as brand new.

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          Thanks for your response. Yes, we do have new bikes. The Zoomo Sport. Additionally, the when visiting the site, we also clearly label which bikes are refurbished and which are new.

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        May want to update the warranty page with that information, it only says 3 months.

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    Why only refurbished models?

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      Recently we have engineered our own Sydney e-bike. We want our fleet to consist of only those bikes for our customers. We will not be purchasing any new NCMs, Smartmotions in our fleet.

      We have also provided 25% our Zoomo Sport which is new.

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    A couple of questions if you don't mind:

    Whats the key differences between Venice and Venice plus?
    Is it possible to unlock the 25kmh speed limit?
    Is it possible to try out the bikes in Melb CBD store?

    Thanks

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      No problem

      1. The key difference is that a Venice comes with a 13 ah battery, and disk brakes. The Venice Plus comes with hydraulic brakes and a 16 ah battery. In short, the Venice Plus offers a smoother biking experience and longer battery life.

      2. Yes it is possible to hit 25 km/h speed

      3. Yes of course! We welcome you to come into our stores and see what bikes we have. Please DM me if you wish to do this.

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      @Haribo
      "Is it possible to unlock the 25kmh speed limit?"
      I know that in NSW there is a statutory requirement that these vehicles are limited to this maximum speed and any modification or allowance to switch off, or modify would be in breach of the law.
      It could also render null and void any insurance, if any, your would have for this vehicle. Even if uninsured, under common law you would also have a direct liability for failure in your duty of care toward other persons or property.
      Whatever state you reside in, I would personally check with your state's vehicle authority, and also your insurance companie's cover if you are going ahead and buying this type of conveyance.

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        Yes, if you want to take out insurance please check your coverage for more details.

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    Hi op, what is a good recommendation for someone who is 6ft 5 tall. A lot of ebikes seem to cap out at 190-192cm

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      Penny Farthing

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      Hi, we have 29" NCM Prague at our Melbourne store. That should be made for your height. I encourage you to pop in say hi and also test out that bike if possible.

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    There was an article last month in the AFR about these bikes for those interested

    https://www.afr.com/technology/is-this-australia-s-first-thi...

    Paywalled but use this

    https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome

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      Thanks ruprectaus! That's us! If you are interested in the Zoomo Sport, please read. We are doing 25% OFF that bike too.

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      Hey thanks for the link and more importantly the extension that allows you to bypass locked articles,
      your suggestion worked first time and I was up and running in seconds.

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    Carbon Fibre road bicycles can do ABOVE 80km/hour —- Can your bikes be Speed Unlocked?

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      We do not recommend road bikes to travel above 80km/hour

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        I've noticed 3 people ask you can your bikes be speed unlocked? Your answers were:1)Yes it is possible to hit 25 km/h speed.
        2)Yes, if you want to take out insurance please check your coverage for more details. 3)We do not recommend road bikes to travel above 80km/hour.
        Let me have a try…..Can you please state yes or no if your bikes can be speed unlocked? If you don't want to answer please say so, then people will stop asking.

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          I see your point. To be very clear, YES, they can be speed unlocked, but by law we cannot unlock them for any customer and we do not recommend customers unlocking their bike.

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        I can testify to that. I did a charity bike ride many years ago when i was a uni student. Rode from Penrith to Picton. Coming down Razorback mountain a mate and I decided to see how fast we could go, as he had a speedo on his bike. That was one scary ride. We were going over 80, above the speed limit and couldn't slow down. Brakes on bikes 25 years ago weren't that good and lucky we didn't have to lay our bikes down. Eventually got to slow down once we got to the bottom of the hill.

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    I was thinking about purchasing a Reid Adventure eBike but now looking at the Zoomo Sport due to the discount. Would mostly be used for riding on roads and paved paths (including uber eats deliveries a couple nights a week) with the occasional mountain bike trail (no jumps).

    Is the Zoomo Sport a better purchase?

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      Hi Indium,

      Thanks for your inquiry. I had a look at Reid Adventures. Both bikes are quite similar. However, personally I would buy the Zoomo Sport for the following reasons: 1) It has a strong back rack that can carry your things up to 40kgs which is huge; 2) It has embedded tech within the bike (this includes a RFID Lock, IOT tracking to make the bike theft proof; and 3) A bigger battery for the same price. However these are just factors that appeal to me. Additionally, we have a very generous warranty policy of 1.5 years for electric parts and bike components for the Zoomo Sport and a change of mind return policy. In the past we have had customers test ride it for a week and returned it with no questions asked. So, that should give you a peace of mind.

      A con to the Zoomo Sport I see is that it is a heavier bike being at 27kgs compared to the 22kgs. However, from our experiences though, this is not an issue when riding the bike as the electric power usually kicks in.

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    We just received some new refurbished Zoomo Zeros. The 25% still applies! DM me if you are interested in a new bike. I can do a great deal for you.