Gotway Monster - 22inch 2400wh
Is this the ultimate Electric Unicycle? The Gotway Monster is a 22inch 2400wh beast...well MONSTER!
This one wheel segway is the Gen3 Version of the Gotway Monster, coming with a solid casing, finished in a carbon fibre look.
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Is it the electric unicycle for me?
Keep in mind this Electric Unicycle is a big machine, if you have to carry it up multiple sets of stairs it might not be for you. You can get electric monowheels that start at 10inch motor size (Mten3) up to this 'Monster' 22inch motor size. If you are not sure still which one wheel segway is for you then it would be worth reading this check list from the electric unicycle forum electricpeople.org.
One thing for sure if you are commuting on an electric unicycle this Gotway Monster is king; it eats up the road / offroad with ease.
We did our 1000 miler (actually it was 1080 miles in the end) over 13 days and it was a pleasure to ride. Worth noting that the Gotway Monster Unicycle can be fitted with a seat (check the seat out here), which is ideal for long rides lasting more than 30 minutes at a time. If you are on the hunt for an electric unicycle with a seat then it might be another box it ticks!
Checkout the in depth review video we have done to help you understand the unit and work out if its right for you!
Keep in mind this video below was done a while ago, new video to follow, this will give you some idea though in the meantime! New additions are the pick up cut off switch, new body panels (stronger) and some other cosmetic changes to this already awesome wheel.
The Monster comes with a 2000w motor and it runs an 84v system. As per video charge time is significant! It took 21 hours to charge ours from approx 15% battery SOC.
UK Legality - Official government advice is to ride these on private land (with the landowners permission only), although we are not aware of any riders being prosecuted for riding an Electric Unicycle on pavements or road and it seems to be a grey area (being a single wheel) nor are we legal experts in this regard. Still concerned? Then seek independent legal advice. Of course you must ride responsibly as always - you are not a superhero - although you will feel like one!