Ninebot One Z10 Unboxing Video

It’s been a fairly substantial wait but finally our demo Ninebot One Z10 arrived! Unfortunately it’s still unclear when we will be able to order more for resale, but hopefully this unboxing video will be able to tide you over while you wait.

You’ll also probably notice that it’s a bit of a different filming location then our last unboxing video, this is our very first video in our new store! And we have more planned for when we have more time, with the next one lined up being a more in depth riding and review video for the Ninebot One Z10.

Thoughts on the Ninebot One Z10

So far we are very impressed with the new Ninebot One Z10, it has a lot going for it. The most obvious thing being that a lot of design time went into the production of this very sleek electric unicycle. It has a very strong masculine look in all black with a carbon fiber pattern on both sides, the large motorcycle type tire just adds to that look. The design and incorporation of the fender and trolley handle was also really well done (not shown in this video but will be covered in the next one) it actually took us a while to figure out how to put it together, that’s how seamless it is! The lighting is also really well done and stylish with a large, bright headlight, rear brake light and ambient lighting that is programmable via the app. The pedals are nice and wide, providing good support. And they’ve built a sensor into the handle that allows the user to pick it up without first turning it off, which is handy. Perhaps they only thing they’ve fallen short on leg padding, which it noticeably lacks over earlier models such as the Ninebot One E+ as well as much of the competition. It remains to be seen if this will be a major short coming, especially for longer rides.

Overall the new Z10 leaves a very good impression and we are excited to do some further testing and share the results with you! If there is anything in particular you want to know about it please let us know and we will do our best to include it.

By |2018-06-14T16:20:28+00:00June 14th, 2018|New & Upcoming Products|7 Comments


  1. Richard July 7, 2018 at 2:43 pm - Reply

    Will you be selling the z10 in Canada? If so, when do you think it might be available?

    • Alicia Besler July 23, 2018 at 5:48 pm - Reply

      HI Richard, unfortunately that is now looking rather dubious as they don’t yet have the UL certification and won’t offer any warranty on them. So it doesn’t look like we will be selling until they do. Who knows when that might be. But thank you for your interest in them!

  2. Allan Knight September 21, 2018 at 7:19 am - Reply

    Just received my Z10 on Tuesday and have already put 75 km on it!
    It’s a totally different ride the my skinny tired C+

    But incredibly stable, even at high speed (+30 kph). And when coming to a stop, it just wants to stay upright…no dropping your foot.

    Not recommended for beginners for the lack of shin padding. Get good on a skinny wheel, then upgrade to the fatty! You’ll be much happier with your purchase.

    Slight protection padding comes with the Z10, but comes off easy if it gets muddied or water behind them. Good to have on when first using the Z10.

    The trolly handle also acts like a stand, and is very useful when you’re caught in a bad situation. Although the trolley is pretty flimsy aluminum, the Z10 weighs a ton…so it is a nice feature when in an uphill rooty section of a single track trail 🤨

    • Alicia Besler September 29, 2018 at 10:40 am - Reply

      Hi Allan, thanks a bunch for the feedback! Glad that you are enjoying it!

  3. Allan Knight September 21, 2018 at 7:20 am - Reply

    BTW, I’m in London, Ontario if anyone is interested in trying it out!

  4. T C September 25, 2018 at 6:58 am - Reply

    How did/do you find it to ride a low speeds, esp with cracks/grooves in pavement? Thanks

    • Alicia Besler September 29, 2018 at 10:54 am - Reply

      Hi, if you send in this question via email Mike can get back to you with his experience on it.

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