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SUPERRIDE S1000 Self Balancing Electric Unicycle

Enjoy zipping around on one wheel with the SUPERRIDE S1000 Self Balancing Electric Unicycle. This device makes it easy for you to ride around on a single wheel while sitting, just like on a bicycle or motorbike. SUPPERRIDE S1000 uses advanced self-balancing gyroscopic technology to keep the unicycle steady without barely any support from the rider. In addition, it comes with simple controls, eliminating the need for a remote. Just lean forward to accelerate and lean back when you need to brake. To turn the electric unicycle, simply use your body weight to lean in the direction you want to go. Furthermore, the little unicycle carries up to 280 pounds despite weighing only 45 pounds. The 1000W motor also allows you to reach up to 20 miles per hour. Equipped with an LED display, SUPPERRIDE S1000 provides speed and battery information during your ride.

SUPERRIDE S1000 Self Balancing Electric Unicycle
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9.3/10
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Ashley Timms
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Range Per Charge
25 Miles
Top Speed
20 mph
Motor Type
DC Brushless Gear
Voltage
60V
Weight Limit
280 Pounds
Weight
45 Pounds
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Vince tran

How long does a full ride last?

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