Here we have a used Msuper V3s+ (84v) 1300wh. We traded it in, brand new updated board fitted. Approx 300 miles on the unit.
Comes with charger, 12 months warranty.
See pictures for unit condition.
Original Description of new item:
This is THE electric unicycle to get for long rides, its extremely well planted and its power makes it excellent for safety, it always feels like its got more to give and allows a reasonable average speed to be obtained. Please watch the video as it goes completely in-depth showing the product warts and all.
We would recommend with this one, if going faster than a speed you can run out of it (rather than face plant), wearing FULL protective gear. Second to that, don't mess around with the tilt back nor alarm settings - leave them at factory setting so you don't have an avoidable accident.
The 1300wh is running an 84v battery system, this feeds into the same motor as the 820wh Msuper, but the control board and batteries are different in this 1300wh to match the 84v requirement. This 17v increase makes the 1300 a little more pokey, bear in mind the Msuper 820wh is massively powerful already! Think of this 1300wh like taking a sports car and doing an ECU remap on it. (Worth mentioning that it is slightly heavier, so this negates a little bit of that power increase). The charge port is also different to the Msuper V3 820wh, it has 4 pins instead of 3 (And the charger itself is 84v output to match the battery).
First time buyers should checkout the Ninebot ONE E+ here. Its much cheaper, is a premium wheel, extremely good value for money, modular (so you can smash it around a little and replace parts easily and economically). If you then feel the need, you could upgrade to the Gotway Msuper V3
1200 cycles(1200 times of charging ,1200 times of releasing)
68KM/82KM(for a 70KG rider,at 20KM/H speed,at 20°C)
25°(for a 70KG rider,full charge)
Motor Rated Power
Motor Max Power
Battery pack weight
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!