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$1,999.00 $1,499.00

  • This electric unicycle can be charged in less than an hour and can reach speeds of up to 20 miles per hour
  • Self balanced one wheel scooter that keeps balancing itself
  • Lean forward to accelerate, lean backward to decelerate, brake and reverse
  • Equipped with LED display panel, front LED light, electric horn
  • Turning is achieved by leaning with your body
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Description

Do you like to chanllenge yourself? Try this!
The ultimate one wheel machine to journey into the urban streets to the concrete city jungles. Ride anywhere you decide to catch the attention of others while bolting to your destination!

MOTOR TYPE: 60V 1000W
BATTERY: LITHIUM 60V 4.4AH
WEIGHT: 45LBS
MAX SPEED: 20MPH
WEIGHT LIMIT: 300LBS
MAX DEGREE CLIMB: 20
FULL CHARGE RANGE: 15 MILES
CHARGE TIME FROM 0%: 3-4 HOURS
HEADLIGHT: 12W 1000 LUMENS
TIRE DIMENSION: 18 INCHES (HIGH) X 10 INCHES (WIDE)

2 reviews for SUPERRIDE Electric Unicycle S1000, Self Balancing One Wheel Scooter with Single Fat Tire & 1000W Motor

  1. David Dougherty (verified owner)

    I love this vehicle! The learning curve is steep. It will take you a few weeks to feel comfortable. After riding it for almost a year, it feels awesome! The movement is second nature to me and now I can really cruise.

  2. Brad (verified owner)

    Got mine a couple months ago and it is a blast.

    The good:
    It is really cool and people always stop to see what it is. I always tell them I was buying a motorcycle but could only afford half.
    Once you learn to ride it it is pretty easy to ride as long as you are on a smooth surface. While learning I crashed many times and the unit is still fine. It is built pretty tough.

    The not so good:
    The learning curve to ride it is pretty steep, at least for me.(Avid motorcycle rider but over 60). After a couple months riding I still cannot handle it on rough surfaces. Wear a helmet and gloves while you are learning and expect a few bruises.

    The advertised range and charging time are really optimistic. It may make 15 miles on a charge with an 80 pound kid going slowly and not stopping at all. For me at 195 lbs and starting and stopping around a neighborhood I am down by more than half at about 5 miles. That brings up one thing that could be better- the battery gauge on the dashboard appears to just be reporting battery voltage- not capacity. While moving it will be very low. When you stop it comes back up. It would be nice if they had looked at amp hours consumed instead.

    Maybe its just me, but I had hoped it would work off roar on grass and gravel. Maybe I will get there some day. With no suspension at all it bounces so much on gravel that I loose balance quickly.

    Modifications I would like to make:
    I find I don’t need the handle bar adjustment at all, I would rather have folding handle bars that fold against the seat so it would be easier to transport. It would also be cool to add a handle to the front to lift it. As it is it is quite awkward and heavy to lift into a vehicle. I may modify mine so I can easily load and store it on our boat. It would be great for getting around the marinas and town where we go.

    All in all I thing it is pretty cool even with the few short comings. I would buy again!

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