One Wheel “eBike” Self-balancing Scooter! SoloBike REVIEW ***

By | July 15, 2018

< object type=" application/x-shockwave-flash" design=" width:640 px; height:360 px;" information ="// ">< param name=" movie" worth="//"/ >– SoloBike from Solocraft ➜ Enjoy my various other Electric Mobility scooter video clips!: Drone used; DJI Mavic Pro ➜ even more videos on the Mavic coming soon!).
– Pocket Radar Rate Gun I use:

This is the SoloBike, a one wheel self stabilizing “hoverboard” electric scooter/motorcycle/bicycle from Solocraft. Think about it like a seatsed electrical unicycle. As you just lean ahead or back, it will certainly speed up or brake, keeping you well balanced upright.

There’s just a little assembly called for, slide on a couple of washing machines, as well as tighten up down the handlebars. Manage bar grips are comfortable to hold for extended time periods. One button on the side to power on and also off. Four LED’s to show battery life. Inside is a 1,000 watt hub-motor, gyro maintained. They claim top ranked range is around 15-25 miles on a solitary fee (relying on numerous elements like biker weight, terrain, incline, and so on) I took a trip over 7 miles in a solitary journey as well as just one LED light dropped.

Design looks quite trendy and also you’ll most definitely turn heads anywhere you go, it looks like a riding car from the future! It’s semi-compact style, the pedals fold up, and can quickly suit the trunk of your automobile.

Discovering how to ride is “rather” very easy, you just have to place in a few hrs of devoted practice. I began exceptionally unsteady initially, just going a couple feet prior to needing to rebalance or stabilize by placing my feet on the ground. Simply keep going and going, as well as slowly you’ll go further and also further. After a couple of hrs of solid method (on and also off throughout a week), I finally obtained it. Making large or tight turns, fast or reduce are all currently feasible. I can weave as well as pivot much easier, and riding hands-free is my favored. (In fact feels a bit much easier also.) Allowing your hands to be free to text, fly a drone, make telephone calls, GPS navigating, drink your morning coffee … unlimited possibilities.:-RRB-.

A few wishlist items:.
– The built-in Bluetooth would not link to my Android tools, only iOS.
– The hand holds tighten up to the handlebars could be a little bit fidgety, my appropriate one fractured as I had to over tighten up to secure it down. I had the ability to fine-tune as well as fix this.
– The seat, though it’s well supported, could often come to be shaky ahead as well as back and also your base is regularly changing weight around while riding. The bolt nuts, although locked down, could still come to be somewhat loosened in time. A better means of attachment would be fantastic.

Total though, riding the Solobike is a great deal of enjoyable! It really feels like an electrical lorry from the future. Maybe terrific for everyday commuters around the city, community, or college university. or running to the grocery shop and also making some duties. Or merely an enjoyable car for just travelling about.

► Subscribe:
” Instagram:
✪ My Camera Equipment:
♫ Songs: Canvai.

Thanks for seeing! Subscribe for more tech videos weekly!
Video clip Rating:/ 5

10 thoughts on “One Wheel “eBike” Self-balancing Scooter! SoloBike REVIEW ***

  1. Alain Bibi

    Hey beautiful concept but is it as convenient as an KINGSONG 18inch with her cushion ? Regards

  2. smaakmakend

    this thing will probably be a insurance issue over here or a nice fine 🙁

  3. Some Random Retard

    Unicycling is really fun (I've never tried an electric one) it seems the electric unicycle is way easier to figure out than an conventional unicycle and doesn't wear you out as fast.

  4. Sam Lim

    when I ride one, it is actually easier to ride standing with full controls on your feet than sitting which bum control makes it wobbly.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *