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Albin Håkansson

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Hello people, it's got to the time where I'm getting myself an electric unicycle and I'm in need of some buying tips. I have never rode one before so I want to know what's best for beginners and since I'm generally a quick learner, what's best for pros? What is the difference between all of the brands and which one is the best? Should I get a unicycle or the one with 2 wheels? 

Thankful for any answers :)

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If you take a little time and read through the past posts you'll find all your answers. Most people on here are in agreement that twin wheelers are a poor choice once you've learnt and their only purpose is for people who want a quick way into riding them.

Your decision should be influenced by your weight, the terrain you expect to cover, the use you expect to put it to ie. commuting, recreational, in the form of  distance or practicing skills. 

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I don't get the thing with the elements.

There's a Firewheel, Rockwheel and Airwheel, but how come no Waterwheel or Earthwheel.

 

They're missing out on 40% of the pagan market.

Add in Windwheel (I guess Wind Rider might count?) and Heartwheel to the mix with Firewheel, waterwheel, and earthwheel. With their electric unicycle powers combined, they will make CaptainWheel.

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I don't get the thing with the elements.

There's a Firewheel, Rockwheel and Airwheel, but how come no Waterwheel or Earthwheel.

 

They're missing out on 40% of the pagan market.

There is an Icewheel if that covers your water element based name but it has a huge BMS problem.  Sudden acceleration and running close to its top speed would cause the unit to switch off.  As he is an experienced rider he managed to run off from it the times that it switched off.

So beware of cheaper branded generic EUs

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