KingSong KS 16XS Electric Unicycle
The KingSong KS-16XS electric unicycle is a short-range, high-power 16-inch-wide wheel electric unicycle and is equipped with a 777Wh Li-ion battery (which is slightly smaller than its base model) and a 2200 W rated electric motor. This unit is designed for people who want the fund of a great machine and to reach a maximum speed of 50 km/h but are not much concerned about long rides. The maximum range of Kingsong 16XS electric unicycle is 70-80 km (based on measurements on a flat road, constant speed, perfect weather conditions, with a 70 kg load). Among others, this KingSong model features a Trolley handle and Regenerative braking.
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 is designed with in-machine fans to keep them cool, even on the longest of rides.
This Kingsong KS 16X EUC is comprised of an integrated trolley bar, DIY atmosphere LED, flick with frequency spectrum; Battery indicator while keeping still, Illuminating & brake lights for safety riding ( 3W illuminating LED + 2 *1w braking lights; independent large diameter lamp cup), 12V cooling fan, ventilating speed varies to temperature, maximum climbing ability, 1554wh battery (140-160km per charge), App support, change various ride characteristics, view speed/ battery level information, 2200w high speed motor, 4 Hi-Fi BT speaker, 12V power amplifier, Dual USB charging port, Dual USB ports ( one of it supports USB plug and play), Lift stop rotating ( sensors, at the bottom of the trolley bar, will stop the motor rotate once they sense the trolly bar has been lifted), Real detecting of motor temperature to ensure safety riding.
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Great for learning
This is my first EUC. I think it is perfect for beginners since it will allow you to advance to higher speeds later. I still have it on the learner setting and I really like how the EUC tells you to decelerate since it detects the speed wobble. I have also taken it on trails already. So far so good. One tip I found is that, if you stretch out your arm forward on the side of your dominant foot it seems to help with balancing while launching. Instructions are pretty bad. But you can YouTube to do your research.