Kingsong 16S vs Inmotion V8F
The KS-16S is equipped with a 1200 watt motor, 840 watt-hour battery that can travel over 40 miles at a top speed of nearly 22 mph, and a built-in lift sensor for smoothly overcoming obstacles.
Equipped with an 800-watt motor, the V8 can travel up to 30 miles per charge and reach a top speed of 20 mph, about the same cruising speed as a medium-speed bicycle.
- Responsive and with a durable housing, the KS16s offers plenty of power and range.
- In rider reviews, the retractable handle is the best-fitting design in the EUC.
- The speaker plays both music and security alerts.
- This is not a wheel with super speed.
- Speed limit alerts are occasionally annoying.
- The Inmotion V8F is slimmer than most electric unicycles on the market.
- Easy to carry, the built-in handlebars make it easier to pull without having to hold a wheel.
- It has a powerful motor that can run in moderately bad weather conditions.
- Not suitable for off-road.
- Occasionally, the charge can only reach 85%.
- Its shell is prone to scratches.
- Inmotion V8F continues the usual thin and light casing and glossy design.Frankly speaking, this design looks more stylish.
- King Song has always been at the forefront of innovation in the EUC industry, and the 16S is clearly different from King Song's other products in appearance, with stronger resistance to drops and abrasion.
The King Song 16S wins on range:
- The features of the two products are comparable in many ways, but the ks16S focuses on range, with a higher power motor and larger capacity battery.
16 inch wheel is more manageable than larger wheels, which makes it easier to get in and out of car trunks and up and down stairs.The KS 16s is perfect for the entry or intermediate rider looking for a reliable, durable and smooth riding wheel.If you are not looking for speed and are happy to cruise at 20+ mph and 20-30+ mph, then this is a great wheel.