700 Series Battery

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15 reviews for 700 Series Battery

4.7
Based on 15 reviews

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Michael Palmer

Battery life on my 700 series is superior to what my Rad Rover provides. Check out my pic. I'm currently trekking the Blue Ridge Parkway (which is a beast), but it's working out so far. I've completed 150 round trip miles so far. I started in Cherokee, NC at the South entrance and rode up to the highest elevation of 6,053 feet (Richland Balsam Overlook) and back. It took me 2 days and 4 batteries to complete. I have two batteries that I had to recharge each day, but I could've used one more battery. I plan to purchase a third battery for my next 75 mile trek. I used setting 3 and 4 out of 5 for the 7 mile uphill battles averaging a speed of 6-8 mph, and I gave the motor and myself around a 10 minute break at every overlook along the way up each climb. Going downhill it seemed my batteries recharged around 15% each descent and I averaged 32-38 mph. It was absolutely brutal on the uphill climbs at setting 3 and bearable at 4, but to run at mode 4 all the way up those 7 mile climbs will definitely eat up your battery life in under 25 miles. That's why I'll need a third battery if I'm to continue next time around.

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Michael Palmer

Battery life on my 700 series is superior to what my Rad Rover provides. Check out my pic. I'm currently trekking the Blue Ridge Parkway (which is a beast), but it's working out so far. I've completed 150 round trip miles so far. I started in Cherokee, NC at the South entrance and rode up to the highest elevation of 6,053 feet (Richland Balsam Overlook) and back. It took me 2 days and 4 batteries to complete. I have two batteries that I had to recharge each day, but I could've used one more battery. I plan to purchase a third battery for my next 75 mile trek. I used setting 3 and 4 out of 5 for the 7 mile uphill battles averaging a speed of 6-8 mph, and I gave the motor and myself around a 10 minute break at every overlook along the way up each climb. Going downhill it seemed my batteries recharged around 15% each descent and I averaged 32-38 mph. It was absolutely brutal on the uphill climbs at setting 3 and bearable at 4, but to run at mode 4 all the way up those 7 mile climbs will definitely eat up your battery life in under 25 miles. That's why I'll need a third battery if I'm to continue next time around.

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Michael Palmer

Battery life on my 700 series is superior to what my Rad Rover provides. Check out my pic. I'm currently trekking the Blue Ridge Parkway (which is a beast), but it's working out so far. I've completed 150 round trip miles so far. I started in Cherokee, NC at the South entrance and rode up to the highest elevation of 6,053 feet (Richland Balsam Overlook) and back. It took me 2 days and 4 batteries to complete. I have two batteries that I had to recharge each day, but I could've used one more battery. I plan to purchase a third battery for my next 75 mile trek. I used setting 3 and 4 out of 5 for the 7 mile uphill battles averaging a speed of 6-8 mph, and I gave the motor and myself around a 10 minute break at every overlook along the way up each climb. Going downhill it seemed my batteries recharged around 15% each descent and I averaged 32-38 mph. It was absolutely brutal on the uphill climbs at setting 3 and bearable at 4, but to run at mode 4 all the way up those 7 mile climbs will definitely eat up your battery life in under 25 miles. That's why I'll need a third battery if I'm to continue next time around.

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  1. Michael Palmer (verified owner)

    Battery life on my 700 series is superior to what my Rad Rover provides. Check out my pic. I’m currently trekking the Blue Ridge Parkway (which is a beast), but it’s working out so far. I’ve completed 150 round trip miles so far. I started in Cherokee, NC at the South entrance and rode up to the highest elevation of 6,053 feet (Richland Balsam Overlook) and back. It took me 2 days and 4 batteries to complete. I have two batteries that I had to recharge each day, but I could’ve used one more battery. I plan to purchase a third battery for my next 75 mile trek. I used setting 3 and 4 out of 5 for the 7 mile uphill battles averaging a speed of 6-8 mph, and I gave the motor and myself around a 10 minute break at every overlook along the way up each climb. Going downhill it seemed my batteries recharged around 15% each descent and I averaged 32-38 mph. It was absolutely brutal on the uphill climbs at setting 3 and bearable at 4, but to run at mode 4 all the way up those 7 mile climbs will definitely eat up your battery life in under 25 miles. That’s why I’ll need a third battery if I’m to continue next time around.

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  2. William Shoemaker (verified owner)

    great battery

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  3. Michael Palmer (verified owner)

    I really like the PayPal option that allows you interest free payments if paid off within a 6 month period. The minimum payment due each month is very reasonable (usually around $30 a month), and you can pay more each month or make multiple payments throughout the month until the balance is paid. Just make sure you get it paid off within that 6 month window to avoid the interest. I find this method works great for my budget, being that the battery isn’t cheap to say the least), but the benefits are well worth the cost.

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  4. Michael Palmer (verified owner)

    If you have any issues removing the battery just call support, and they will help you out. There may also be some YouTube Videos to reference. Main point is not to force anything when trying to remove the battery as it is designed to pretty easily drop of pop out with little effort. If you’re having to fight to get the battery out, or in, then you need to contact support before you end up breaking or damaging something that you may regret.

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  5. Stuart Young (verified owner)

    It’s great to have an extra battery for long trips that I do, not much to say aside from it’s a battery, you know if you need an extra or not lol. For shorter commutes it’s not needed, but I do long ones and it’s necessary. Note that I haven’t received it yet due to back order, but I know I need it as I tend to run out of juice after about 40 miles on one, with 35 miles still to go. Especially with the cold weather coming, I can’t wait to get it and not suffer from range anxiety.

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  6. Jeffrey Parsons (verified owner)

    It’s fine.

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