Ruichy Self Balancing 2-Wheel Scooter via Amazon
Metal alloy, imported Ruichy with two wheel compact smart self balancing electric unicycle scooter that is easy to learn and control and safe and stable to ride. You can use it in a very narrow space as it is able to go into spots you can go on foot, able to reach every corner. It is offered in different colours, weighs 26.5 pounds and measures 9.6 x 9.9 x 25.1 inches- lightweight and compact in size. It can carry a maximum user weight of 265 pounds (minimum of 44 pounds) and that should cover the great majority of adults and kids but kids should be supervised by adults. You’ll get it charged out of the box and the 4.4A lithium 36V 158W power battery charges in about two to three hours from zero with the 110-240V 50-60Hz charger included and when battery level goes below 10% of full capacity it will slow down. On a single charge you can expect to go for up to 12 miles but this will depend on the road and your weight etc. and it naturally won’t go as fast if you are very heavy.
Ruichy Scooter comes with a remote control and a couple of customers say they haven’t got it delivered so you should ask for it if that happens, but is reported to be quite easy to ride and with a very good- durable build quality by users. So you can start using it straight away and keep practicing and enjoying it as it is so much fun to operate and very easy to learn in just ten minutes or so even if you’ve never rode one but it is quite powerful so you might want to be careful with it. You can completely control the unit by simply leaning slightly forward and backward to accelerate nicely, slow down, go forward or break to stop naturally. Like the other two wheel scooters on the market this one is also prone to scratches so you may want to keep that in mind to not handle it very rough. *And just some points as safety precautions: Please don’t lift it off the floor when the unit is switched on, you should ride it on smoother surfaces by avoiding gravel roads, bumpy and slippery surfaces- especially when you first start out, try practicing at home or in your backyard and you shouldn’t ride it on busy roads even when you’re very good at it.