Gotway MCM4 680 Watt
The Gotway MCM4 680w is a great choice. If you’re looking to get into riding an electric unicycle for the first time or just looking to upgrade. Being a 14 inch electric unicycle the MCM4 is maneuverable and not so bad to carry for those times when you have to. While Gotway is a fairly new brand, they are fast gaining a reputation as a high performance electric unicycle manufacturer. Building safe, reliable, fast and long lasting unicycles that buyers are looking for.
The Gotway MCM4 has an 800 watt motor. That is the same as other brands most powerful models, such as the Ninebot One P, AirWheel X8 and Q3 and KingSong. Paired with a 680 watt battery, this little unicycle can do some serious ridding. The Gotway MCM4 can travel to 70 km on a charge at up to 35 km/h. Which, for someone just starting out or whose been riding unicycles for a while is ample power. This unicycle can get you where you are going for your commuting and leisure purposes with ease.
Additionally the Gotway MCM4 has other features that the competition lacks. These include a front to back built in light strip and USB charging port. The lights run over the top of machine from front to back, and function as a battery indicator and brake lights. It also has programmed light combinations that can run as you are riding.
Why Buy from Ride the Glide?
We are a family run business based in Victoria, BC Canada and we believe in providing exceptional customer service. We have been in business since 2011 and have been dealing with Segways ever since. We know the answers to your questions and are only a phone call or email away for whatever you need, no matter what it is. We carry the warranty on all of our products and service them in house so you never have to worry if something happens, we have you covered.
Thinking of buying elsewhere to save money? We understand money can be tight and you need to save where you can but we encourage you to consider:
- Who are you really buying from?
- What if you can’t figure out how to ride your machine, what then?
- Will you even be able to get a hold of the seller?
- Who carries the warranty?
- Does it even have a warranty and what is it?