The OneWheel Pint is coming soon!
Posted 20th January 2020. Category: General.
The Pint is Onewheel's most affordable skateboard that has hit the market recently. Loaded with new safety features and high technology features; it is an absolute delight for the riders. There is more to Pint than one big wheel in the centre. It is a highly integrated piece of high tech machinery with more to it than first meets the eye.
The OneWheel is coming to our stores very soon, and we can't wait to share the latest features that this incredible beast has to offer:
- Hybrid On & Off Road
- 10-13km Range
- 26 km/h Top Speed
- App Connected
Features of OneWheel Pint!
Smaller & More Compact:
It is just 27 inches long; hence it fits perfectly anywhere. You can store it under your office desk, take it to the coffee shop or store it safely inside your home. There will never be any space issues with the OneWheel Pint.
Easy to Handle:
The OneWheel Australia has an integrated Maghandle, which makes it easier to carry anywhere without any hassles.
The new OneWheel Pint has a sense pad indication which is integrated into the front footpad. It also has features like monitoring the battery levels and shares in-ride alerts to the user who is riding it at the moment.
Easy to Learn:
The OneWheel has Simplestop dismount technology which allows new riders to learn quickly and ride confidently.
Moderate Speed to Go Around:
The Onewheel features 26 km/hr top speed during the journey. It allows the riders to get around the city quickly.
Less Charging Time:
It takes hardly 2 hours to fully charge the board and get going. As compared to other existing models in the market, it takes less time.
These were some of the new & exciting features which makes it a must-buy for the OneWheel users who are looking for an affordable and a compact version of their favourite skateboard. To know more about the e-scooter check this link: Click Here!
WalkSmart recommends that you check your local state laws and regulations in relation to using electric scooters in public locations, roads and footpaths. Laws vary state by state and therefore may limit use to private locations only. Each local body is reviewing public electric scooter use, so we expect it to be regulated, but legal in all states within the short term. Feel free to contact WalkSmart if you have any further queries.