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Houston MO
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Profile of Kyoki_Sanitys_Eclipse
Hello. I was thinking about getting a unicycle to learn on and wanted to see what you guys thought of this one.
Nate The Magician
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It's a touch overpriced- it is possible to buy a similar unicycle for less than a hundred dollars at Wal-mart:

IMHO, If you are just learning, you want to start cheap because you WILL drop your unicycle and mess it up- no reason to buy a nice uni with a nice seat& pedals only to knock the pedals out of synch and scrape the seat into oblivion.
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East Orange, NJ
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If possible, go to a bike store in your area that has unicycles for sale and let them help you determine if the unicycle and the tire size is the correct size for the length of your legs and strong enough to carry your weight. Once you have determined that, you can buy the correct size unicycle from them or on-line, but without that information you are taking a chance when you buy it sight unseen on-line. If there is a juggling/unicycle club near you, that would be another place to check out the sizes available that would work for you.
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