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Ideal World Review

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Pros and Cons

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✅ Pros

It lasted throughout without it’s power or suction faltering.
Review Pros
It took 2 hours to charge the battery to it’s full strength.
You can also buy the e-bike in instalments, with one option being four payments of £231.25.
Ideal World states that the e-bike has puncture resistant hybrid tyres with a Kevlar puncture resistant belt built into them.
The e-bikes have a maintenance-free carbon belt drive from the single chainring and come with V-type rim brakes.
The Bissell PowerGlide Cordless has a lift-off function to help clean those hard to reach areas such as the corners of stairs/doorways and even reaching any cobwebs up high.
The G-Tech bike comes in two model.
The swivel steering makes for easy navigation.

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❌ Cons

It doesn’t lay completely flat to the floor without the head lifting from the ground.
The 30 mile figure requires a bit more fitness – and pedalling.

⚖️ Final Say

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Review Summaries
My opinion of the Bissell Powerglide is, obviously, a good one!
TV shopping channel Ideal World has launched the G-Tech e-bike, with a price tag of £925. We’ve tested a few e-bikes now at Cycling Weekly. Most are priced at £2000 plus, although the Juicy Roller e-bike, which we found to be very powerful and a great ride, came in at £1455. So an e-bike at this price looks like a bit of a bargain.

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