EUC: The Original Onewheel Reimagined
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The day of EUC is here! Not only is it cool to ride a powerful EUC, but it’s also easier than it ever was before.
In the old days, unicycles required balance and pedaling to get where you want to go, while also being cumbersome and heavy due to the materials of the time. The new EUCs are anything but. No pedaling or cumbersome lifting, even rivaling electric skateboards in ease, speed, and a fun time.
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How does the EUC work?
Nothing wrong with being curious, it’s a totally new thing. While it’s similar to the Onewheel in that, well, it only has one wheel, don’t compare the two as they’re a different kind of fun.
An EUC is propelled by an electric motor instead of your legs. There is also a motherboard inside it that reads the angle of the EUC when it’s moving and adjusts using a gyroscope. Ok, ok…two similarities with the Onewheel.
The gyroscope senses the angle of motion and changes the speed of the motor to help keep you in an upright position as you move forward. This helps keep your balance so you don’t have to spend the hours of practice past generations had to do and still get all the fun they did… without the name calling. Consider it a balance safety feature. Who wants to spend all day flailing back and forth, right?
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future of the EUC!
What Do I Need To Consider Before Buying?
There are a few things to consider before the purchase of an EUC.
Think about your price range.
These products can be pretty expensive and there are models from $800 to $4000. There is also an issue that most beginners face where models on the cheaper end that you don’t worry about damaging have too many drawbacks that cause a loss of interest. Such as low battery life, low power or slow mph output, no balance assistance, etc.
You can rent to become familiar with the product over time or try to spend a little extra to make sure that you are getting the product you want to own.
The next thing you need to think about is the usability the model has for your needs. Am I sure I can balance this? Check the width of the wheel – its thickness will give an indication how much of the balance is automated and how much relies on you.
Speed and Safety.
These two tie in together, the faster scooter the more potential damage in an accident. Use a good helmet and proper safety gear… and be confident!