Inmotion V12HT fast, waterproof, one-wheel electric scooter.
If you prefer to do your most challenging adventures on less than four wheels, the choices are plenty. And if even two wheels are too many, consider the Inmotion V12HT monocycle. On just one wheel, you can climb hills, cross streams and then scoot back home at up to 87 mph (140 km/h)!
Before you fall off your chair, the V12HT is the model number; it has no reference to an engine type. This is a battery-powered scooter with one 16-inch, air-filled, pneumatic tire. The 1,740Wh battery drives a 2,800W motor with 100.8V output, delivering 138lb-ft (188 Nm) torque with which you can conquer 45% inclines.
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The V12HT comes with a smart app, has IPX5-rated waterproof protection for the body and IPX7 rating for the battery, a 1,700-lumen headlight and a tail light. It weighs only 66 lbs (30kg) but has a max payload of 265 lbs (120kg). Which means that the prerequisite case of beers – weight 36 lbs (16kg) – can comfortably accompany you on your adventure ride.
Maximum range is an impressive 61 miles (99km) on a single charge. And it’s all yours for $2499.
Inmotion e-scooter model range
If the sticker price does not go well with your beer at the moment, Inmotion also offers the more affordable V5F ($599), V8F, V10F, V11 and the standard V12, most of which are available through the Inmotion Amazon store (affiliate link).
EUC – Electric UniCycle
An electric unicycle (often initialized as EUC or acronymized yuke or Uni) is a self-balancing personal transporter with a single wheel. The rider controls speed by leaning forwards or backwards, and steers by twisting or tilting the unit side to side. The self-balancing mechanism uses accelerometers, gyroscopes, and a magnetometer. – Wikipedia
The electric unicycle that resembles the design of today’s devices was introduced by Charles Gabriel in 1977 but is only during the past decade that EUCs became popular. Almost needless to mention, the market is dominated by Chinese manufacturers, including Begode, Gotway, Inmotion, KingSong, Sedgeway and Veteran Sherman.
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