Qualisports Dolphin Plus Review – $1.9k

The Qualisports Dolphin Plus is a folding electric bike with two hidden batteries, offering extended range! The main battery pack is built into the custom seat post, and the other is mounted inside the downtube. Total combined capacity of 840 watt hours, both packs are lockable and removable, includes a 3 amp quick charger. Available in three colors, but only one frame size. Adjustable handlebar and seat height provide a range of fit options. Sturdy joints and clasps, fairly stable when folded, magnetic clasp keeps it from coming unfolded. Base level Shimano Tourney 7-speed drivetrain with 14-28 tooth freewheel. Includes an integrated headlight and AAA powered rear light, a flick bell, and steel fenders to keep you dry. Powerful 20 amp sine wave controller supports the 500 watt planetary geared hub motor, keeping it smooth and quiet. Five levels of pedal assist activated by a cadence sensor, also has a trigger throttle and cruise control. Lots of optional accessories including front and rear baskets, pannier bags, and a seat post clamp lock. But, if you get this lock, you’ll have to manage two sets of keys. Smaller wheel size with high attack angle can feel jarring, and the unique seat post cannot be swapped for a suspension post. Some unboxing and assembly required.

0:00 Introduction to the bike and my Mom
0:41 Price, optional racks, locking seat post clamp
0:59 My observations from unboxing and assembly
1:54 Closeup of the second internal downtube battery
2:07 More battery details: capacity, positioning, care
3:25 Crank arms, chainring, derailleur and freewheel
4:27 500 watt hub motor details and benefits
5:14 160mm hydraulic disc brakes with motor cutoff
5:54 Trigger shifters with window, high gearing
6:27 Adjustable handlebar and saddle height, folding pedals
6:56 Tire details: Annova 20″x2.3″ no reflectivity
7:51 One year warranty, quality Samsung battery cells
8:03 Feedback about the optional racks and fenders
9:41 No slap guard included: some of my solutions
10:03 Battery charger details, charge port locations
11:05 Individual weighs: each battery and motor
11:11 Powering on the bike, LCD display walkthrough
13:12 Activating the headlight, independent rear light
14:02 Activating walk mode, cruise control, settings
14:33 Kickstand feedback, my ride test begins
15:09 My Mom test rides and shares her thoughts
16:40 Optional seat clamp lock, four colors, folding tips
17:21 Compare tool and ebike forums at the site

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