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The Hammer series' design is vintage and inspired by the '70s.4” wide tires make Hammer have excellent stability, conquering all complex terrains effortlessly. The humanized design of a sporty saddle with a suspension seat post Maximizes the rider's comfort. The strong power brought by the 750W motor is enough to make it stand out from the same type of electric bicycles on the market.
UL has been around for 125 years ensuring the safety and accountability of electrical products in everyday American life. Being UL certified illustrates a businesses’ dedication to consumer safety, as well as the quality of their products. Another important caveat of UL certification is for insurance purposes and customer security. It’s a true indication of an item’s safety and longevity.
The current model has been certified by UL.
The UL certification mark can be seen on the seat post.
Heavy-duty 26" x 4" fat tires
Lightweight and compact built
Powerful braking, safe companionship
More comfortable riding experience
High quality,Seven-speed transmission
Multiple warehouse shipments across the U.S. Shipping times vary from 2-4 business days if electric bike is in stock.
Free shipping on all bikes within the lower 48 states. Shipping is offered through UPS/FEDEX/USPS.
Free Returns •30-Day At Home Trial•18 months Warranty
I got the UL listed Hammer. I was going to get the other Hammer with the larger motor but it was out of stock. I ordered the bike on Friday, it was shipped Monday and I had it Wednesday so 5 stars for that. I wish Ecotric had a better size chart instead of having the info buried in the FAQ section. After ordering I saw a vid by a guy who's pretty tall and I think he said that you need to be at least 6'. I am 5' 8 1/2" or so I thought. I measured myself for the first time in decades and I shrank an inch but old people do this. I can ride the bike fine but i have to be on tiptoes if I'm in the seat at a stop sign. I am getting used to it but some day it might catch up with me. If you are smaller than me do not get this bike. I've ridden it about 100 miles now with my longest trip being 19 miles and I still had 2 bars of battery capacity left. I was mostly on level 4 or 5 and the bike will do 26 mph if you assist which is an easy peddle on flat ground. It will hold that speed without pedaling if it's really flat. If you try to go faster then you're pedaling really fast which becomes counter productive. I have to climb two really steep hills right up to the house so I'm still experimenting with how much range I have. The bike weighs 69 pounds which is lighter than some but you do not want to be going up any hill without assist. The gorilla in the room would be the comparison with the non UL Hammer with the 1000 watt motor. My bike is pretty fast with good power and will do most hills under power alone. Both bikes use the same battery so one could surmise that my bike would have more reserve capacity due to the 750 watt motor. It's a nice comfy ride and a good value for the bucks.
And Ecotric if you are there, that vid on the Ecotric home page with the two old people reviewing their bikes is terrible. Please put something else there. There are plenty of better ones.
THE MORE AND MORE I RIDE THE BIKE... THE MORE AND MORE I LOVE IT MORE...