If you're looking for an extreme unicycle, than look no further than the 18L Electric Unicycle (EUC) from King Song. With a 1036WH Battery, 2000W engine, and a durable 18" wheel, this device truly stands out from the crowd. Its superior riding quality will have you feeling like a pro. With the King Song Phone app you can connect Bluetooth to your device, and with its built-in speakers you'll be able to play music while on the go. Additionally, all King Song EUC are designed with in-machine fans to keep them cool, even on the longest of rides.
|Manufacturer Coverage||SmartCare Protection (Optional)|
|Internal Parts†||1 Year||1 Year|
|External Parts††||3 Months||1 Year|
|Battery‡||6 Months||1 Year|
|Limited Labor§||30 Days||1 Year|
|Shipping*||Free 1-Way return||Free 2-Way included**|
|Replacement||Not Covered||Easy Claim Included, if we can't fix it.|
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Years ago I searched for a vehicle that is compact and portable, something that has a good range, decent speed, non polutting and price point affordable. At that time the electric unicycle was not available. After years, one day while I was browsing the YouTube channel a video about electric unicycles came across. From that moment I wanted to own an EUC. I started with a 16" Ninebot One E+. A very good unicycle. However, in a fairly short time I outgrown this model and I was in search for something elese that has more range and power. This is how a ended up buying a Kingsong KS18L.I read probably all the existing reviwes about this wheel. Some of these reviwes are presenting pertinent views and some are just bias perceptions of this well designed and made product.Kingsong KS18L is a very safe wheel. From the factory comes with the maximum speed locked at 20km/hr. . After 600 km ridden the software unlocks and allows the rider to ride the unit at higher speeds. This is a very well thought ideea. A beginner needs in my opinion to ride close to 1000 km in order to become proficient.I use this particular wheel for commuting. My daily comute is 26 km. I can cover this distance based on my body weight(80kg) and terrain type(a combination of flat and fairly steep stretches) about 3 times without depleting the battery to a very low level. I have ridden this wheel in cold weather(- 10 degrees Celsius), during gusty winds and light rain. It handles everything. KS18L is well equipped, and the night lights are powerful, allowing a safe ride during the night time. It is not as nimble as a 16" wheel, but I personally find it very stable and maneuverable. After one year of ownership the trolley handle of my KS18L became defective. After a bit of research I found out that the telescopic arms of the first batch of units are not very durable. However, the heavy duty handle version can be purchased from various retailers. As a final thought I am going to say that this is a very good wheel and I recommend buying it. You will not be disappointed with your purchase. One more thing please, this is a cruiser wheel. For someone who wants more power and speed go with a GotWay MSuper or Monster.
First I owned various EUC like Inmotion V8 and GotWay Tesla, so I got used to fast speed. KS18L speed is definitely on the fast side, most of the time I ride it under 45 km/h which is super fast. It can go up to 50 km/h after unlocking the wheel. I love everything about the wheel, it's high quality and it's safer than my Tesla due to larger wheel size and build quality. The only cons is its size, it's not as easy to carry to public transit but I can do that with my other wheels. So if you commute far, want a safer wheel, want high speed without using public transportation, then this is the wheel. If you need to carry the wheel to public transit with fast speed but don't care about safety, then go for a 16 inch like the Tesla. If you just want to enjoy EUC as a causal entertainment, then go for the inmotion V8.