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IPS T260 Electric Unicycle Features:

Max Speed: 19.9km/h
Range:  30km
Max Incline:  Changeable Battery:  260WH
Applicable Temperature: -10 °C - 60 °C  
Max Load:  120 kg
Charging Time: 120 mins
Sheel: ABS+PC
Charging Voltage:  Support AC110V-240V 50-60Hz

IPS T260 Electric Unicycle Weight: 13.4kg

IPS T260 Electric Unicycle Size:  450*507*154cm

IPS T260 Electric Unicycle contain:

1 x IPS T260 Electric Unicycle
2 x Training Wheels
1 x Training Belt
1 x Charger
1 x Aeration Extender

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IPS T260 Electric Unicycle Motor Power 10000w Waterproof IPS Unicycle Wheel

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IPS T260 Electric Unicycle Motor Power 10000w Waterproof IPS Unicycle Wheel

Regular Price: $739.90

Special Price $499.90

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IPS T260 Electric Unicycle features 10000W Motor Power and 260WH Battery,support up to 30KM range.

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Regular Price: $739.90

Special Price $499.90

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IPS T260 Electric Unicycle features 10000W Motor Power and 260WH Battery,support up to 30KM range.

IPS T260 Electric Unicycle Features:

Max Speed: 19.9km/h
Range:  30km
Max Incline:  Changeable Battery:  260WH
Applicable Temperature: -10 °C - 60 °C  
Max Load:  120 kg
Charging Time: 120 mins
Sheel: ABS+PC
Charging Voltage:  Support AC110V-240V 50-60Hz

IPS T260 Electric Unicycle Weight: 13.4kg

IPS T260 Electric Unicycle Size:  450*507*154cm

IPS T260 Electric Unicycle contain:

1 x IPS T260 Electric Unicycle
2 x Training Wheels
1 x Training Belt
1 x Charger
1 x Aeration Extender

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Customer Reviews 5 item(s)

Good product and amazing seller
Good product and amazing seller. They also offered complete accessories.
Star
Review by James / (Posted on 5/27/2015)
The IPS T260 and me
Have been riding for about 15-20 hours since I received the products and thought it is enough time for a review.

Once having opened the delivery and inspected the contents it seems the parts which you receive are:

1x IPS T260 Electric Unicycle.
1x Charger
1x Learning belt
1x user manual (In Chinese)
1x International plug to suit your country.

Missing form the product listing are:

2x Training wheels
1x Aeration Extender

Although not really bothered with the training wheels as it just made the learning curve steeper for me and a bit of a challenge is always fun. Didn't even mind doing a major face plant in the first hour. (Lucky no one else was around for them to record my failure for YouTube)

Would have been nice to receive the Aeration extender though, as the air hose on the wheel is angled in a way which is harder to get to.

The big red panels on either side are not actually gel/foam pads. When I first started to learn how to ride this thing I clamped the unit between my calves but learned that was actually a bad way to ride as it was more difficult to adjust yourself out of the way of an obstacles. They are however a little rubbery to give grip to your clothing if you do go down the calve gripping method.

A good tip would be to add padding to your ankles, as that is where I found the most rubbing when riding the unit. But I think this is common to all unicycles at the moment.

One major thing to note is that at the top of the unit it doesn't have the usual 4 LED lights to advise on the current battery level. Instead the power button starts to flash. When the green light is solid, the battery power is more than 67%. When the green light flash (about once per second), the battery power is between 33% and 67%. When the flashing frequency is higher (about 5 times per second), the current power is less than 33%. When the indicate light is red, it indicates that the battery power is very low and immediate charge is necessary. A friend provided me with that information, so thanks to him.

I have not ridden until it has become completely dry yet so don't know what to expect. I'm hoping it does what most of the Asian made unicycles do and slows you down then stops. Unlike the Solowheel that just cuts out and sends the rider flying.

The speeding warning, only beeps when you get close to top speed and starts to tilt you backwards to try and stop you for leaning more. One of the highlights that made me get this unit. Most of the other makes and models start beeping when you have only got to half speed and doesn't stop until you go lower again. This would totally annoy me.

The 13.4kg weight doesn't seem much on paper but its really heavy when you first start to learn it as you are constantly adjusting and picking up the unit. What really hurts on my body are my feet (For the moment no electric unicycles have shock absorbers or suspension). Ankles (The rubbing against the unit). Calves (Used as part of the balancing, possibly if you use them to grip the unit between too). Waist and inner core (Where most of your balancing come from. Lower back as when starting out you will be constantly picking up the unit.)

The shell of the unit is pretty sturdy. Has already suffered some cosmetic scratches from my swan dive but lets face it. Its not the most attractive unit to start with. Would probably suit rugged male riders more as we tend to not care how a product looks but more interested in whats under the hood. In that... price vs performance its one of the best units available. Especially at Electric Unicycle Online current price of $499.90. Which is quite unheard of for a 16" Wheel.

If I was to place this in a ranking with other electric unicycles I would say that this is not a wheel for beginners and its getting into the realm of advance riders. Although I was a beginner when getting this. The 1000W rated engine, 260WH battery coupled with the 16" wheel and most of all the price was too hard to ignore.
Star
Review by Chun Chung / (Posted on 3/29/2015)
Feeling good with this buy
Have been riding for about a total of 4 hours since I received the products and thought it is enough time for a review.

Once having opened the delivery and inspected the contents it seems the parts which you receive are:

1x IPS T260 Electric Unicycle.
1x Charger
1x Learning belt
1x user manual (In Chinese)
1x International plug to suit your country.

Missing form the product listing are:

2x Training wheels
1x Aeration Extender

Although not really bothered with the training wheels as it just made the learning curve steeper for me and a bit of a challenge is always fun. Didn't even mind doing a major face plant in the first hour. (Lucky no one else was around for them to record my failure for YouTube)

Would have been nice to receive the Aeration extender though, as the air hose on the wheel is angled in a way which is harder to get to.

The big red panels on either side are not actually gel/foam pads. When I first started to learn how to ride this thing I clamped the unit between my calves but learned that was actually a bad way to ride as it was more difficult to adjust yourself out of the way of an obstacles. They are however a little rubbery to give grip to your clothing if you do go down the calve gripping method.

A good tip would be to add padding to your ankles, as that is where I found the most rubbing when riding the unit. But I think this is common to all unicycles at the moment.

One major thing to note is that at the top of the unit it doesn't have the usual 4 LED lights to advise on the current battery level. Instead the power button starts to flash. When the green light is solid, the battery power is more than 67%. When the green light flash (about once per second), the battery power is between 33% and 67%. When the flashing frequency is higher (about 5 times per second), the current power is less than 33%. When the indicate light is red, it indicates that the battery power is very low and immediate charge is necessary. A friend provided me with that information, so thanks to him.

I have not ridden until it has become completely dry yet so don't know what to expect. I'm hoping it does what most of the Asian made unicycles do and slows you down then stops. Unlike the Solowheel that just cuts out and sends the rider flying.

The speeding warning, only beeps when you get close to top speed and starts to tilt you backwards to try and stop you for leaning more. One of the highlights that made me get this unit. Most of the other makes and models start beeping when you have only got to half speed and doesn't stop until you go lower again. This would totally annoy me.

The 13.4kg weight doesn't seem much on paper but its really heavy when you first start to learn it as you are constantly adjusting and picking up the unit. What really hurts on my body are my feet (For the moment no electric unicycles have shock absorbers or suspension). Ankles (The rubbing against the unit). Calves (Used as part of the balancing, possibly if you use them to grip the unit between too). Waist and inner core (Where most of your balancing come from. Lower back as when starting out you will be constantly picking up the unit.)

The shell of the unit is pretty sturdy. Has already suffered some cosmetic scratches from my swan dive but lets face it. Its not the most attractive unit to start with. Would probably suit rugged male riders more as we tend to not care how a product looks but more interested in whats under the hood. In that... price vs performance its one of the best units available. Especially at Electric Unicycle Online current price of $499.90. Which is quite unheard of for a 16" Wheel.

If I was to place this in a ranking with other electric unicycles I would say that this is not a wheel for beginners and its getting into the realm of advance riders. Although I was a beginner when getting this. The 1000W rated engine, 260WH battery coupled with the 16" wheel and most of all the price was too hard to ignore.
Star
Review by Chutsey / (Posted on 3/24/2015)
environmental friendly tool to avoid traffic troubles
I've now had for 5 days and it's the real deal. I actually bought it for my son who lives and works downtown so he could ditch the car and take the sidewalks to work. It is environmental friendly and can avoid traffic troubles.
Star
Review by Elliot / (Posted on 3/12/2015)
Got it for two weeks, good
Got it for two weeks. A bit heavy for me, but not affect the use at all. It will be very good for a boy. It has good balance performance. It is very easy to learn to ride if you have a strong sense of balance.
Star
Review by Maria / (Posted on 3/12/2015)

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  • From tango at 5/30/2015 10:56 AM
    • How much is shipping to Paris, France? Which company is in charge of the shipping and where do I pay for customs duty and VAT?
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      We are Electric Uncicyel Online Store,We support shipping to Paris,France.
      The shipping cost depend on your shopping address,please add to your shopping cart and check the shipping cost.
      We will print your package with low price,but we are not sure about your local customs.
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  • From Alec at 5/29/2015 9:19 AM
    • Hi, how much will it cost to ship to Ukraine (Kiev) with my own pick up from the carrier's office?
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  • From Nathan at 3/20/2015 11:34 PM
    • Haahahahaha nerds
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  • From Steve at 3/19/2015 10:41 PM
    • Hey,
      Do you guys ship to Israel?
      How much will that cost?
      Cheers!
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      We support shipping to Isreal and the shipping cost depend on your shipping address.
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  • From Orazio Marucci at 2/19/2015 1:07 AM
    • Hello. I´d like to know if the shipping method could it be Registered Air Mail (cheaper), not Express Shipping (EMS/DHL/UPS/Fedex). I´m from Florida, United States.
      Thnks
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      Thank you for your mail.
      We support Express shipping to US,when we support Airmail shipping,we will email you.
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  • From Benno S. at 1/17/2015 12:03 PM
    • Do you ship to Germany? how much is cusyoms duty on the ips t260? does the ips t260 have a 16" wheel?
      best regards
      Benno
    • Electric Unicycle:
      Thank you for your mail.
      We support shipping to Germany and we will pirnt you rpackage value under 100USD,IPS T260 come with 16 inch Wheel.
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  • From pfeiffer at 1/2/2015 11:29 PM
    • Hello
      I have two questions, i'm sorry for my bad english but i wrigt ou from france.
      First question, i'm not a professional can i buy directly a electric unicycle on your place ?
      second question Can i buy with paypal in euros ?
      Tank you very much
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  • From Rubi at 12/25/2014 11:42 PM
    • is the IPS T260 still on stock?
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  • From priyanga at 12/25/2014 9:36 PM
    • is white color will be available for this?
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      We have IPS T260 Electric Unicycle White and Black Color version in stock and ready to send.
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  • From pedroj at 12/25/2014 9:28 PM
    • Does it have compass ?
    • Electric Unicycle:
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      IPS T260 Electric Unicycle do not build in Compass.
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  • From Domenico at 12/25/2014 9:27 PM
    • Dear Gentlemen,

      could you advise me when the electric unicycle will be available again?
      Which kind of warranty cover the product? do you have maintenance centers in Europe?


      Thanks
      Domenico
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      We have IPS T260 Electric Unicycle in stock and ready to send.
      All our Electric Unicycle come with 12 months warranty,we do not have reseller in Europe.
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  • From MIKE at 12/25/2014 9:27 PM
    • WHEN THIS PRODUCT WILL BE AVAILABLE?
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  • From Rabid Khan at 12/25/2014 9:24 PM
    • Can you let me know Any way to increase the charge ??? Is to low charge.
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  • From Chichi at 12/25/2014 9:23 PM
    • When it will be available to buy ?
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  • From sandy at 12/25/2014 9:23 PM
    • 1) can you ship it to india tagged as gift so that i can avoid custom duty ?

      2) warranty on this product ?
    • Electric Unicycle:
      Thank you for your mail.
      We have IPS T260 Electric Unicycle in stock and ready to send,we will print your package value under 40USD as a gift.
      All our Electric Unicycle come with 12 months warranty,we will have fully test before we send.
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  • From ankit at 12/25/2014 9:22 PM
    • ips t260 do not power on....what to do and how to solve the problem..i am from india..
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      Please connect your wall charger,maybe you IPS T260 Electric Unicycle do not have power.
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  • From Vikram at 12/25/2014 9:22 PM
    • Hi,
      Will you ship to Chennai (India)? should i be paying extra money as taX?
      What abt the warranty? how can i claim warranty in chennai? do u have service centres in chennai(India). pls clarify on this.
    • Electric Unicycle:
      Thank you for your mail.
      We support shipping to India and we will print your package value under 40USD as a gift.
      All our Electric Unicycle come with 12 months warranty,we do not have support center in India.
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  • From Nagaraj at 12/25/2014 9:22 PM
    • Wanted to know the cost of
      - IPS T260 - 2 units
      - shipping costs for both of them together to India, Bangalore
      - can both together be shown as a gift costing less than 75$ for customs clearance
    • Electric Unicycle:
      Thank you for your mail.
      We have IPS T260 Electric Unicycle in stock and ready to send,we support shipping to India.and the shipping cost depend on your shipping cost.
      We will print your package value under 75USD as a gift,but we are not sure about your local customs.
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  • From manu at 12/25/2014 9:21 PM
    • I am in Noida, India (Near Delhi). I want to know when can i receive the tablet via dhl. ?
      I want white color and the bill to be less than 50$.
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      We support shipping to India and you will got your package in 2-4 business days by Express.
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  • From Harish at 12/25/2014 9:19 PM
    • Hii....Am from India....
      I just want to know the warranty period....
      How can I contact the service provider during warranty period...and is there any service center in India.....

      Thanks
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      We do not have support center in India,we will have fully test before we send,all our Electric Unicycle come with 12 months warranty.
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  • From Aliaksei at 12/21/2014 7:36 PM
    • What are the shipping to Belarus?
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      We support shipping to Belarua and the shipping cost depend on your shipping address.
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  • From Damir at 12/18/2014 11:54 PM
    • Hi,
      Do you have a shipping option to Croatia ? what are shipping costs ? Do you accept PayPal ?
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  • From gideon at 12/18/2014 10:51 PM
    • What is the cost of buying the IPS T260 Electric Unicycle with all its acessories?
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      We support Express Shipping and the shipping cost depend on your shipping address.
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  • From Mithun Saha at 12/18/2014 10:44 PM
    • How much does it cost to send it to Bangladesh via DHL and how day long it will take to reach?
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      We support shipping to Bangladesh and the shipping cost depend on your shipping address,you will got your pakcage in 3 business days by Express.
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  • From Imtiaz at 12/18/2014 10:39 PM
    • Sir/Madam..... My questions are.....
      1. Is its shipping available in Pakistan.
      2. What about the wranty.......?
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      We support shipping to Pakistan and all our Electric Unicycle come wtih 12 months warranty.
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  • From yathesh at 12/18/2014 9:32 PM
    • I wish to buy this version.can you tell me total price( current price + Shipping price )+ days to reach south india if i buy now.
    • Electric Unicycle:
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      The shippign cost around 90USD and you will got your package in 2-4 busines days by Express Shipping to India.
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  • From SeWaGo at 12/12/2014 10:48 PM
    • I am confused about the weight of this unit.



      Can you please check.



      When searching I have anywhere between 9.7 - 11.5kg!!
    • Electric Unicycle:
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      IPS T260 Electric Unicycle weight is 13.4kg.
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  • From khateeja at 11/19/2014 7:49 PM
    • Difference between this and Airwhell? Which is the top product?

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      We will release Airwheel Unicycle and IPS Unicycle compare on our website.
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Customer Reviews 5 item(s)

Good product and amazing seller
Good product and amazing seller. They also offered complete accessories.
Star
Review by James / (Posted on 5/27/2015)
The IPS T260 and me
Have been riding for about 15-20 hours since I received the products and thought it is enough time for a review.

Once having opened the delivery and inspected the contents it seems the parts which you receive are:

1x IPS T260 Electric Unicycle.
1x Charger
1x Learning belt
1x user manual (In Chinese)
1x International plug to suit your country.

Missing form the product listing are:

2x Training wheels
1x Aeration Extender

Although not really bothered with the training wheels as it just made the learning curve steeper for me and a bit of a challenge is always fun. Didn't even mind doing a major face plant in the first hour. (Lucky no one else was around for them to record my failure for YouTube)

Would have been nice to receive the Aeration extender though, as the air hose on the wheel is angled in a way which is harder to get to.

The big red panels on either side are not actually gel/foam pads. When I first started to learn how to ride this thing I clamped the unit between my calves but learned that was actually a bad way to ride as it was more difficult to adjust yourself out of the way of an obstacles. They are however a little rubbery to give grip to your clothing if you do go down the calve gripping method.

A good tip would be to add padding to your ankles, as that is where I found the most rubbing when riding the unit. But I think this is common to all unicycles at the moment.

One major thing to note is that at the top of the unit it doesn't have the usual 4 LED lights to advise on the current battery level. Instead the power button starts to flash. When the green light is solid, the battery power is more than 67%. When the green light flash (about once per second), the battery power is between 33% and 67%. When the flashing frequency is higher (about 5 times per second), the current power is less than 33%. When the indicate light is red, it indicates that the battery power is very low and immediate charge is necessary. A friend provided me with that information, so thanks to him.

I have not ridden until it has become completely dry yet so don't know what to expect. I'm hoping it does what most of the Asian made unicycles do and slows you down then stops. Unlike the Solowheel that just cuts out and sends the rider flying.

The speeding warning, only beeps when you get close to top speed and starts to tilt you backwards to try and stop you for leaning more. One of the highlights that made me get this unit. Most of the other makes and models start beeping when you have only got to half speed and doesn't stop until you go lower again. This would totally annoy me.

The 13.4kg weight doesn't seem much on paper but its really heavy when you first start to learn it as you are constantly adjusting and picking up the unit. What really hurts on my body are my feet (For the moment no electric unicycles have shock absorbers or suspension). Ankles (The rubbing against the unit). Calves (Used as part of the balancing, possibly if you use them to grip the unit between too). Waist and inner core (Where most of your balancing come from. Lower back as when starting out you will be constantly picking up the unit.)

The shell of the unit is pretty sturdy. Has already suffered some cosmetic scratches from my swan dive but lets face it. Its not the most attractive unit to start with. Would probably suit rugged male riders more as we tend to not care how a product looks but more interested in whats under the hood. In that... price vs performance its one of the best units available. Especially at Electric Unicycle Online current price of $499.90. Which is quite unheard of for a 16" Wheel.

If I was to place this in a ranking with other electric unicycles I would say that this is not a wheel for beginners and its getting into the realm of advance riders. Although I was a beginner when getting this. The 1000W rated engine, 260WH battery coupled with the 16" wheel and most of all the price was too hard to ignore.
Star
Review by Chun Chung / (Posted on 3/29/2015)
Feeling good with this buy
Have been riding for about a total of 4 hours since I received the products and thought it is enough time for a review.

Once having opened the delivery and inspected the contents it seems the parts which you receive are:

1x IPS T260 Electric Unicycle.
1x Charger
1x Learning belt
1x user manual (In Chinese)
1x International plug to suit your country.

Missing form the product listing are:

2x Training wheels
1x Aeration Extender

Although not really bothered with the training wheels as it just made the learning curve steeper for me and a bit of a challenge is always fun. Didn't even mind doing a major face plant in the first hour. (Lucky no one else was around for them to record my failure for YouTube)

Would have been nice to receive the Aeration extender though, as the air hose on the wheel is angled in a way which is harder to get to.

The big red panels on either side are not actually gel/foam pads. When I first started to learn how to ride this thing I clamped the unit between my calves but learned that was actually a bad way to ride as it was more difficult to adjust yourself out of the way of an obstacles. They are however a little rubbery to give grip to your clothing if you do go down the calve gripping method.

A good tip would be to add padding to your ankles, as that is where I found the most rubbing when riding the unit. But I think this is common to all unicycles at the moment.

One major thing to note is that at the top of the unit it doesn't have the usual 4 LED lights to advise on the current battery level. Instead the power button starts to flash. When the green light is solid, the battery power is more than 67%. When the green light flash (about once per second), the battery power is between 33% and 67%. When the flashing frequency is higher (about 5 times per second), the current power is less than 33%. When the indicate light is red, it indicates that the battery power is very low and immediate charge is necessary. A friend provided me with that information, so thanks to him.

I have not ridden until it has become completely dry yet so don't know what to expect. I'm hoping it does what most of the Asian made unicycles do and slows you down then stops. Unlike the Solowheel that just cuts out and sends the rider flying.

The speeding warning, only beeps when you get close to top speed and starts to tilt you backwards to try and stop you for leaning more. One of the highlights that made me get this unit. Most of the other makes and models start beeping when you have only got to half speed and doesn't stop until you go lower again. This would totally annoy me.

The 13.4kg weight doesn't seem much on paper but its really heavy when you first start to learn it as you are constantly adjusting and picking up the unit. What really hurts on my body are my feet (For the moment no electric unicycles have shock absorbers or suspension). Ankles (The rubbing against the unit). Calves (Used as part of the balancing, possibly if you use them to grip the unit between too). Waist and inner core (Where most of your balancing come from. Lower back as when starting out you will be constantly picking up the unit.)

The shell of the unit is pretty sturdy. Has already suffered some cosmetic scratches from my swan dive but lets face it. Its not the most attractive unit to start with. Would probably suit rugged male riders more as we tend to not care how a product looks but more interested in whats under the hood. In that... price vs performance its one of the best units available. Especially at Electric Unicycle Online current price of $499.90. Which is quite unheard of for a 16" Wheel.

If I was to place this in a ranking with other electric unicycles I would say that this is not a wheel for beginners and its getting into the realm of advance riders. Although I was a beginner when getting this. The 1000W rated engine, 260WH battery coupled with the 16" wheel and most of all the price was too hard to ignore.
Star
Review by Chutsey / (Posted on 3/24/2015)
environmental friendly tool to avoid traffic troubles
I've now had for 5 days and it's the real deal. I actually bought it for my son who lives and works downtown so he could ditch the car and take the sidewalks to work. It is environmental friendly and can avoid traffic troubles.
Star
Review by Elliot / (Posted on 3/12/2015)
Got it for two weeks, good
Got it for two weeks. A bit heavy for me, but not affect the use at all. It will be very good for a boy. It has good balance performance. It is very easy to learn to ride if you have a strong sense of balance.
Star
Review by Maria / (Posted on 3/12/2015)