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AirWheel Q3 Electric Dual Wheel Unicycle

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£389.00

About this product

Overview

  • Runs for up to two hours (approximately 24-28 miles) on a single charge
  • Fully recharges in just two hours
  • Speed along at up to 12mph

Product overview

• Runs for up to two hours (approximately 24-28 miles) on a single charge
• Fully recharges in just two hours
• Speed along at up to 12mph
• Powered by a rechargeable 340 watt lithium ion battery
• Suitable for children 14 years of age and above
• Weight restriction between 50kg – 100kg

What features does the Q3 have?
The AirWheel Q3 is a great dual wheeled electronic powered unicycle. Offering additional stability, the top speed of this unicycle is 12mph. The durable Q3 has a built-in carry handle and fold up foot pedals for inside buildings or steps. Turn, accelerate and break by leaning in the right direction with the intuitive control system and the automatic limiter will stop you speeding on downhill slopes.

What’s the maximum carry weight for the Q3?
With its hardy body, two 14 inch wheels, waterproof design and the ability to travel up to 28 miles the Q3 is a great AirWheel. It can take loads between 50kg and 100kg. Easy to charge using the supplied power lead, the internal rechargeable lithium ion battery needs just two hours to recharge for up to two hours of riding.

Compatible accessories
AirWheel Unicycle Stabilisers A76TK>
AirWheel Carry Bag A77TK>

AirWheel and Airboard riders do so at their own risk, and we encourage responsible safe riding at all times. It is recommended that safety equipment is worn at all times. Airwheels and Airboards are not to be used on roads. Similar to a skateboard, restrictions on pavements apply, for further information please click here.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from The future of transport... Bought this a week ago and havent been off it since! Comes with enough charge for an hour or so use. CHECK TYRE PRESSURE BEFORE FIRST USE. SHOULD BE AROUND 45PSI AND MINE AAS 12PSI SO MADE USING THE WHEEL VERY DIFFICULT.
Date published: 2015-04-19
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Specification

Specifications
Weight 13 Kg
Length 408 mm
Width 200 mm
Height 518 mm
Electronic features movement only
Max weight of rider 100 kg
Max speed 12 mph
Colour Black
Recommended age 14+
Remote control No
Battery
Battery power 340 W
Battery type Lithium Ion
Max Run time Up to 2 hours (24-28 miles)
Power Supply DC 67.2 V @ 1750 mA
Recharge time 2 hours

Hi How do I buy a new charger for my airwheel as they don't seem to be available anymore and if not is it possible to repair a charger i already own?

Asked by: adam
This may be available from the manufactures of the Airwheel .
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-10-06

Can i buy this? 

Asked by: Danb
Unfortunately we no longer stock this item as it has been discontinued from our range. Therefore we are unable to obtain any further in-depth Technical specification.
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-08-12

Are these illegal on London streets?

Asked by: BigA
AirWheel and Airboard riders do so at their own risk, and we encourage responsible safe riding at all times. It is recommended that safety equipment is worn at all times. Airwheels and Airboards are not to be used on roads. Similar to a skateboard, restrictions on pavements apply, for further information please click here. http://www.cps.gov.uk/legal/p_to_r/road_traffic_offences/index.html
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-07-27

The instructions do not explain how to fix a puncture on the wheel which is on the on/off switch side. To get to this tyre you have to open up the electronics and disconnect all the wires, this invalidates the warranty. What advice can you give about this

Asked by: Matt
This service is for frequently asked questions and does not allow two way communication, In order for us to best assist you with your technical issue please contact us on the details below: 0333 400 9500 or email technical@maplin.co.uk
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-01-27

You say that it is illegal to ride this unicycle on the road but you do not mention that it is also illegal to ride this on the pavement, SO WHERE DO YOU SUGGEST THAT I RIDE THIS EXPENSIVE PIECE OF EQUIPMENT.

Asked by: NONE
In the hallway.
Answered by: MollusK
Date published: 2017-08-13

why are these sold in england  , but can not be used to commute to work ?

Asked by: sandy01
These items are not designed to commute to work they are designed to be used for leisure on private land.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-08-13

does it matter if i weigh 105 - 110kg

Asked by: sandy01
We recommend sticking to the guidelines given - weight restriction between 50kg – 100kg.
Answered by: Brad
Date published: 2017-01-27

Given it is illegal to ride these on any public highway, how is it supposed to "revolutionise my morning commute" as it says in the  christmas catalogue?

Asked by: Stampy
‘AirWheel and Airboard riders do so at their own risk, and we encourage responsible safe riding at all times. It is recommended that safety equipment is worn at all times. Airwheels and Airboards are not to be used on roads. Similar to a skateboard, restrictions on pavements apply.’
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2015-10-20
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