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Solowheel

This gyro-stabilized electric unicycle is compact and fun to ride and is intended to be used as you would use an electric bicycle.

Overview

SOLOWHEEL – Your commute will never be the same!

With a 1,500 Watt motor and a rechargeable battery, the SOLOWHEEL is the smallest, greenest, most convenient "People Mover" ever invented. This gyro-stabilized electric unicycle is compact, easy to learn, and fun to ride. The SOLOWHEEL is lightweight and portable, with a built-in handle and fold-up pedals, making it easy to carry and store. With a maximum speed of 10 MPH and a range of up to 10 miles, the SOLOWHEEL is the perfect choice for errands and short commutes.

Looking for something similar, but without the motor? Check out the Lunicycle!

Solowheel

The Solowheel comes in both Classic and Extreme versions

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Classic
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Recent Blog Posts

Orbitwheel Tips
You may look at the Orbitwheels and think “Cool! I can hardly wait to use them!” and you would be right: They are cool! This video shows you the two most important steps when learning to ride the Orbitwheels: 1. Always start with your lead foot up, balanced inside the wheel on the foot platform, then push off the toes of your back foot to start your momentum. 2. Think of an infinite wave as you move the toes of both feet in, then out, then in, then out~~~~~~you can even draw rolling waves on the ground for your feet to follow. Start near a wall or other support to help you balance and move as you practice the motion. We want you to know that you CAN learn to ride the Orbitwheels. It takes learning the special technique and a bit of persistence, but once you master it, you’ll be on your way to feeling the freedom of never having to push off the ground again. Once you get going, you can literally go forever!
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Move Like a Snake
Need a little help on how to move your Orbitwheels? One way to think about it is by mimicking the movement of a snake. Check it out!
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eWheels Licensed to Use U.S. Patent No. 8,807,250
Introduced in 2008, the Solowheel has always been one of Inventist’s premier inventions. We’re happy to announce eWheels as a licensed seller within the U.S. of products using the technology of U.S. Patent No. 8,807,250 for one-wheeled electric self-balancing unicycles for standing riders.
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