The Electric Unicycle has 350W of power, a Samsung Lithium Battery, can reach speeds of up To 18km/h, has a Bluetooth Speaker as well as two USB Outputs For Mobile Phone Charging.
They will see you rolling, and they will be hating you as you use this electric unicycle to travel in style to your destination. This is the ‘Uni-Wheel XR-6’, a one wheeled, all ABS plastic shell of modern transportation. With a built-in 60V 132Wh Samsung lithium battery, you can cruise down the streets and reach speeds of up to 18km/h. You can check the four LED display to see the battery’s capacity before knowing if it needs a re-charge but that is only needed after you have travelled 18 to 20 kilometers. Roll up slopes of up to 30 degrees on the 360mm wheel that is sturdy and thick enough to be used in an outdoor environment.
How to Ride?
By implementing the latest gyro stabilizing technology into the design, this motorized unicycle is safe to ride and fun to use. You simply stand up straight on the aviation aluminum foot plates with one foot on either side of the wheel and the built in gyroscopes help to keep you upright. To control this electric unicycle, just lean forward to move forward and lean back to slow down or to reverse, and by twisting left or right you can turn.
Coming with this electrical unicycle are a pair of stabilizer wheels and a training band to help get you started and learn the basics of how to use this form of transportation. There is also a foam protection cushion that can be attached to cover the shell of the self balancing electric unicycle to protect it from the inevitable knocks and bumps it may encounter in the early stages of riding.
Built-in Bluetooth Speaker; Now That's What I call Music
Now this is where this electric unicycle gets interesting, as it has a Bluetooth speaker built-in. That’s right; you can take control and cruise down the streets listening to the best beats that you have on your mobile phone’s music library. Using Bluetooth version 3.0 for a stable and consistent connection, you can stream the latest hits, the heaviest rock, or some country classics as you ride around or commute to work.