Bwuce Wee Posted July 24, 2015 Share Posted July 24, 2015 Hi, I'm new to the forums, want to buy my first unicycle but i like doing research and reading reviews, might just be me.I noticed the Brand specific-forums and i think there should be an extra "brand", namely "OEM and fairly NEW brands".I keep seeing new "brands" that seem to want to branch out and are taking it quite serious, but it's so hard to find a review or what not for them. For example http://www.electricunicycleonline.com/suoku-x7-264wh-electric-unicycle-blue.html , Suoku, can hardly find anything about that brand, for a new person like myself, i'm actually quite interested in ordering one of these. Also other brands like TeamGee are growing really fast. Surely some of the current "big" brands started out fairly small. Didn't IPS have exploding unicycles before and aren't they now known for building good quality and safe units? I would LOVE to see reviews or opinions on such "cheap" brands, maybe there are hidden gems in there? Surely not EVERY new brand must make those "dangerous" wheels. I'm considering the cheaper brands because i have a feeling i'll enjoy the riding a lot and after that my wife and kids will too, i can't buy Ninebots or more expensive wheels for my whole family For myself, i am a heavy guy, 1m80 and 90-95kg. So i think a 16 inch is a must and i take it 264wh will be the minimum. Other than that, many generic brands look alike and it's very confusing. the Suoku x7 had caught my eyes, of course i only see specifications and i don't even know the max W of the engine. We live in Belgium, so i'm also a bit scared to order from China, i've ordered plenty of things from Aliexpress before, but never things this big/heavy/expensive (tablet was most expensive and they labelled it as "digital photo frame" for customs. I'd like to thank the community so far, i've read loads of good articles and reviews, keep up the good work!Bwuce Wee Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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