Giant and Eskute are the brands that sell a range of electric bikes and ebike accessories. While Eskute is based in the UK, Giant Bikes are in the US. Like in the case of any brand war, people have always sought to know which similar brands are better. With Giant and Eskute, our curiosity was piqued, so we decided to compare both brands.
Eskute has several bikes in their stable, from the Polluno Electric City Bike to the Netuno E-Mountain Bike, the Netuno Pro Electric Mountain Bike, and the Wayfarer Electric Bike. On the other hand, Giant has electric bikes for categories ranging from Road E+ Pro to Reign E+.
We will look at some of these electric bikes, compare prices for similar bikes of the two brands, and, as a bonus, check out what makes a bike unique.
Let us check out some of Eskute's electric bikes.
Netuno E-Mountain Bike
Named the best mountain bike in the UK for 2022, the Eskute Netuno E-Mountain bike is perfect for mountain and off-road riding. With a sturdy frame to absorb most of the shocks of bumpy roads, the Netuno e-mountain bike is designed for a comfortable ride on all road terrains.
Netuno E-Mountain bike has a two-hundred and fifty watts geared motor and a locking speed of 15.5 miles per hour. Some other features of the electric bike include:
- Thirty-six volts and 14.5AH battery let the rider go about sixty-five miles on a single charge.
- 7-speed gear system.
- Capable of carrying up to 125kg of load
- Backlit Display
- 2-year warranty.
On the Eskute website, the Netuno e-mountain bike goes for £1299.00.
Polluno Electric City Bike
The Eskute Polluno electric city bike is the ideal bike for intra-city biking. The electric bike is ideal for anyone considering biking through the city but trying to avoid the sweat associated with cycling.
Its step-through frame makes it easy for anyone to get on the bike, and its 250W motor allows the bike to breeze through the steepest city streets. With increasing urban pollution levels in most cities, daily commuting with the Polluno electric city bike means you are doing your bit for the environment.
Other features of the city electric bike include:
- 15.5 miles per hour locking speed
- The Samsung 36 volts 14.5AH battery can take up to sixty-five miles on a single charge.
- 7-speed gear.
- 125kg payload capacity.
The Polluno electric city costs the same as the Netuno e-mountain bike.
Wayfarer Electric Bike
The Wayfarer electric bike is the perfect all-terrain electric bike. Whatever type of riding you propose, the Wayfarer is more than capable of meeting those needs. With its sleek design, in-frame battery design, and sturdy frame, the Wayfarer not only gets you where you are going, but it also gets you there in style.
Like all Eskute electric bikes, the Wayfarer uses a 250W motor, though a 36V 10AH Samsung battery powers it. The Wayfarer covers a lesser distance on a single charge (40 miles), carries a lower payload (100kg), and retains the same 7-speed gear. The e-bike also has an LCD panel that allows the rider to get important information in real-time.
The Wayfarer costs £999.00 on the Eskute website, though it is currently out of stock.
Netuno Pro Electric Mountain Bike
The Eskute Netuno Pro electric mountain bike is an improvement on the Netuno electric mountain bike. The Netuno Pro is built for the most extreme of terrains and for riders who want help while conquering them. The presence of a torque sensor that delivers up to 80Nm of torque when required makes riding up the steepest inclines a breeze.
With an electric assist, riders on the Netuno Pro electric bike can easily navigate off-road trails without hassles. Its 250W motor provides enough power to ensure a maximum speed of 15.5mph, no matter the terrain.
The Netuno Pro can also cover up to eighty miles on a single charge, thanks to its 36 volts14.5AH battery. Unlike the other bikes we discussed, the Netuno Pro's electric motor is paired with a 9-speed gear.
Other things to look out for in the Eskute Netuno Pro electric mountain bike are:
- LED Display
- Front Headlight
- Five levels of pedal assist
This bike costs £1999.00 on the Eskute website.
Polluno Pro Commuter Electric Bike
Looking for the ultimate electric bike built for city commuting? Look no further than the Polluno Pro commuter electric bike. The bike is great for people with mobility issues, as it will get them wherever they want to go with little or no issues.
The Polluno Pro is easily adaptable for crowded city streets, open roads, or not-so-smooth backroads. It has a step-through frame for easy mounting and provides more power than the Polluno city ebike.
Its features include:
- 65Nm torque sensor.
- 9-speed gear system.
- 15.5mph maximum speed.
- 36V 522Wh battery that delivers up to 80 miles on a single charge.
Reduce your carbon footprint by commuting through the city with your Polluno Pro Commuter electric bike. A check on the website shows the ebike sells for £1499.00
Road E+ Pro
The Giant Road E+ Pro is a great electric road bike that suits all terrains, including going uphill. Equipped with a Giant SyncDrive Motor that delivers 250 watts of power and 80Nm of torque. The torque produced by the motor and the intelligence of the Road E+'s Smart Assist means climbing the hills isn't a problem.
Apart from the coupling of some of the best parts to get a high-performance bike, the Road E+ has a light aluminium frame and tubeless tires that are lighter but stronger. This way, the rider is assured of more protection from bumps, lesser chance of flat tires, and lower rolling resistance.
Road E+ Plus is powered by a 500Wh EnergyPak Smart Compact battery that can last up to 90miles on a single charge. Unlike Eskute ebikes that come as one size fits all, Giant E+ Pro and other Giant e-bikes come in sizes that range from extra small (XS) to extra-large (XL). The electric bike costs $5,000 on the Giant website.
Talon E+ 3
One of the things that Giant electric bikes have in abundance is a battery that can go a distance. The Talon E+ 3 doesn't disappoint in this regard, with a 400Wh battery that can last up to 93 miles on a single charge.
The EnergyPak 400 battery powers a Giant SyncDrive Core motor that delivers 250W and 50Nm torque. The Giant Talon E+ 3 is a great option for off-road riding, especially for riders that want to combine riding control and smooth riding. $2,300
Trance X Advanced E+ 2
The Giant Trance X Advance E+ is an off-road electric bike capable of conquering many trails while providing a wonderful riding experience. The Trance X is powered by the Giant SyncDrive Pro motor, one of the lightest electric motors on the market and Giant's most powerful electric motor.
The motor provides 85Nm of torque to help Trance X glide through the roughest trails. Trance X's motor isn't the only component of the electric bike packing a punch; its battery can also go up to 155 miles on a single charge.
Then there's a flip chip on the handlebar that allows the bikes to adjust the bikes handling depending on each person's style or the particular terrain. Trance X Advanced comes in small, medium, large, and extra-large sizes. $7,200
Product Classification- Giant and Eskute
Giant electric bikes come in three main classifications: road, adventure, and mountain e-bike. Examples of electric adventure bikes are Giant Revolt E+, Roam E+, and Explore E+.
For the electric adventure bikes, here are some of the electric mountain bikes in the giant stable. Talon E+, Trance X Adventure E+, Stance E+. The Giant electric road bikes are Road E+ Pro, Fast Road E+ EX, and Fast Road E+ EX Pro.
Eskute electric bikes are majorly classified into two. The mountain electric bikes and the city electric bikes. The mountain electric bikes are the Netuno e-mountain bike and the Netuno Pro e-mountain bike. The city or commuter electric bikes are the Polluno Pro Commuter electric bike and Polluno electric city bike.
Eskute Ebikes and Giant Ebikes Price
Now it's time to compare prices. We will compare the prices based on the classifications we have listed above. Generally, Giant electric bikes are more expensive than Eskute ebikes.
Finally, the Eskute Wayfarer, an adventure bike, costs £999.00 (1, 184.46). Giant adventure electric bikes Revolt E+ costs $5,100. The Roam E+ and Explore E+ cost $2750 and $2900, respectively.
|The Eskute Netuno E-Mountain Bike for electric mountain bikes costs £1299.00.||Talon E+ costs $2300 and Trance X Adventure $7200|
|The Netuno Pro electric mountain bikes cost £1999.00. In the Giant Mountain electric bikes case||Stance E+ has two models, which cost $3740 and $4208.|
|Eskute's city electric bikes, Polluno electric city bike and Polluno Pro Commuter electric bike cost £1299.00 and £1499.00, respectively.||For the Giant road bikes, the Road E+ Pro costs $5,000. The Fast Road E+ EX and Fast Road E+ EX Pro cost $4300.|
|Finally, the Eskute Wayfarer, an adventure bike, costs £999.00 (1, 184.46).||Giant adventure electric bikes Revolt E+ costs $5,100. The Roam E+ and Explore E+ cost $2750 and $2900, respectively.|
Two things immediately become clear when you compare Giant and Eskute electric bikes by classification. Giant slightly outperforms Eskute bikes, but they cost more than double the price. Eskute electric bikes have the dual advantages of comparable performance and are relatively cheap.
However, Giant offers more options for riders, with more than fifteen electric bikes for sale. Their bikes also come in different sizes, meaning there's a Giant electric bike for almost everybody.