Gotway MSuper X (MSX) 84V 1600Wh Electric Unicycle | 2019 Model Australia
The Gotway MSuper X electric unicycle has a 19-inch wheel, available in 84V (1600Wh) or 100V (1230Wh) models currently. With a 2000W motor, this larger ewheel is a stable ride capable of reaching max speeds of 50kmph and long range upwards of 70-100km (depending on model configuration).
The 19 inch Gotway MSX has a 3 inch wide tyre, and at a total weight of ~23kg, the Gotway MSuper X provides a steady ride at higher speeds as well as making it more comfortable for riding over bumps and less even terrain compared to smaller wheels.
The MSuper X features a front headlight and tail light as well as several coloured lights on both the front and rear of the unit as opposed to on the side of the unit more commonly on electric unicycles. A front headlight is perfect for journeys in the dark and can be activated by pushing the main power button when stationary or through the App when in use. Options through the app include a solid or flashing light beam.
Several safety measures are installed into Gotway’s unicycles to help prevent any accidents such as alarms when a certain speed is hit and a tiltback function to slow you down when you go over a set speed. Both of these features can easily be changed in the app, you can turn the tiltback off or set it to a more convenient speed. The MSuper X also has 3 different riding comfort modes; Soft, Medium and Strong.
The Gotway App displays a variety of useful info on it’s homepage when connected to the unicycle such as current speed, battery level remaining, temperature and more.
The Gotway MSX 84V 1600Wh model allows a long cruising range up to 100km depending on riding conditions/weight, and takes around 14 hours to fully charge. The Gotway MSX 100V 1230Wh model has higher top speed at the expense of battery capacity and range.
As with most high performance electric unicycles, the Gotway MSuper X has a retractable trolley handle to help make transporting the device easier. The handle is positioned towards the rear end of the unicycle, so it is a little more difficult to steer and balance the MSX while pushing it compared to some other models where the trolley is positioned more centrally.