Comes with the new updated driver board
InMotion V12 is the first 100V wheel from the company. This 16-inch electric unicycle features a powerful 2500W motor and a respectable 1750Wh battery.
Comes with a 3 year warranty and our 3 pillars program.
The V12 is the smartest and most powerful wheel from InMotion. They have entered the 100V world of EUCs in the typical ‘InMotion way’ - first focusing on safety and features and then speed and battery capacity.
InMotion V12 may not have mind-boggling specifications but there’s much more than sheers numbers when it comes to electric unicycles. The company have worked really hard designing this wheel and have created the ultimate commuter’s wheel that can also handle off-roading.
The wheel has a built-in kick stand, compact trolley handle and cut-off switch all to aid last miles commuters. The smart Battery Management System gives you detailed information about the batteries which is stored in the InMotion app.
The InMotion V12 is waterproof as well - the body is IPX5 certified while the battery packs are IPX7. This will give you a piece of mind if you’re going through puddles or you find yourself in the middle of a tropical storm.
InMotion V12 features a touch-sensitive screen on the top of the machine. With this screen you can monitor your speed, voltage and battery as well as interact and change settings without needing to get your phone out. You can also use this screen as a digital lock as it disengages the motor until you enter your passcode.
With a bright 12W headlight you won’t have any issues riding in the dark, while the ambient RGB lights will make you more visible to others around you.
The InMotion V12 comes with a 16x3.0 tyre which is universal and should allow you to enjoy both on and off-road riding.
We spoke with InMotion and they said that it's fine if you want to do the spin test as was demonstrated on the older models, but it isn't mandatory, since they've upgraded the boards.
Stay tuned for our video reviews of the InMotion V12:
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 at time of writing 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!