An electric unicycle, also referred to as an EUC, is a self-balancing personal transporter that travels on a single wheel. EUCs use computerized gyroscopes and accelerometers to self-balance. Riding speed is controlled by leaning forward and backward and direction is controlled by twisting one’s feet.
A Short History Of The Electric Unicycle
Who Makes Electric Unicycles?
The following manufacturers make electric unicycles:
Models: V5F, V8, V10, V11
Models: KS-16X, KS-16XS, KS-18L, KS-18XL, KS-S18
Models: Pint, XR
Models: Ninebot One S1, Ninebot Z10
- Sturdy & Powerful: With the powerful dual motors of 400W, the Segway S-Plus can reach a max speed of 12.5 mph, travel up to 22 miles and accommodate a max load of 220 lbs after a single full charge. Ride your Segway S-Plus to enjoy the beautiful scenery
- Safety & Comfortable: Smart Battery Management System assures the battery safety and extends the battery life. Knee control bar allows for precise steering and easy lifting. The 11" pneumatic tires provide a comfortable and smoother ride on bumpy roads
- Remote Control & Auto-Follow Mode: Use the handle or the joystick on the multi-functional remote with intelligent chip to control the device. When you're not riding and need to have your hands free, turn on follow mode to have your S-Plus follow you
- Intelligent App Management: Download the Segway app for anti-theft function, speed limit and adjustment, vehicle self-diagnose, adjustable ambient lights, firmware upgrade, monitor battery status, vehicle remote control and more
- Quality Assurance: With premium technology, extended functionalities and sleek design, the Segway S-Plus is like having your own personal robot. One-year or 180-day warranty for different parts, please refer to warranty in product details below
Electric Unicycles In The News
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