Xiaomi Himo H1: The A3-sized Electric Bike

Xiaomi Himo H1

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Xiaomi has products in many different fields through its subsidiaries. Himo is one of them and stands out right away for its electric bikes. The new product of this company is called Himo H1 and is, in fact, the most portable bicycle in the world. In fact, it can be folded to a compact size no larger than an A3 sheet. At the weight level count on 13kg. All this for about 700 Euros.

Xiaomi Himo H1: The A3-sized Electric Bike

When you buy this bike you get the vehicle, an instruction manual, charger, carrying case and other accessories. Please note that this electric bike comes fully assembled. All you have to do is unfold, upload and use. To understand how it can be the size of an A3 sheet, the entire frame is foldable, including the steering wheel.

Speaking of the steering wheel, it has a non-slip pad that is soft. However, it is possible to adjust the height to best suit the driver. This steering wheel also houses an instrument panel containing the headlight switch, an error warning, the driving speed, and the power switch.

Meanwhile, the Himo H1 folding electric bike adopts a rear-wheel-drive design. It uses a 180W DC brushless low-speed motor with a rated voltage of 36V. Also noteworthy are the retractable pedals, located next to the front tires. They work only for the footrest while on the move.

However powering this vehicle is a removable lithium-ion battery, which is located under the seat cushion. The battery can be easily removed for charging. It is compact and weighs only 1.8 kg. The maximum battery capacity is 6000mAh and requires only 5 hours to charge full capacity. The battery supports up to 500 charge cycles with 2-year service life. However, the top speed the bike reaches is 18 km / h, which is quite fast for such a small device. It also comes with a range of 30 km.

The Himo H1 can be purchased for about 700 euros here.

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