MonoWheel Converted into One-Wheel Electric Scooter with Simple Wood Frame
Ahhh kids these days!
It’s time to go into the future with this amazing One-Wheel Self Balance Electric Scooter. If you’re dreaming about having your own futuristic vehicle with limited or low budget here are some free plans for you. With this One-Wheel Electric Scooter you will be the king of the street. You will get so much attention like being a superstar. The scooter is soundless like the Tesla car. It will the most perfect vehicle for you to hunt Pokémons around the city. If you are ready to ride the ʺfutureʺ just watch this video and I will show you the step-by-step process of making it.
Comparing to a fabric one-wheel self balancing electric scooters available on the market like RYNO electric scooter that cost around $4,200, you are able to build NOW your own Scooter 6-7 times cheaper. In addition, you will get the perfect opportunity to think of and make something that will perfectly suit you in terms of design, comfort and other preferences. If you have ever tried the Self Balance Segboard then you will be definitely amazed by riding this electric scooter. You will be able to make insane freestyle tricks just like when you are riding BMX or skate board. It will allow you to ride on almost all kind of surfaces as: off-road tracks, stairs, grass, pedestrian streets and many others.
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