Using the experience of the S18, Kingsong has worked on a more advanced model: the Kingsong S22 Eagle. A new wheel that tackles the most extreme conditions, and a comfort unmatched by Kingsong. Compared to the S18, the S22 Eagle is 23% larger, with a battery capacity double, a more efficient suspension and 30% longer damping travel.
Kingsong has taken on the "all-inclusive" unicycle with integrated and height-adjustable powerpads, an integrated kickstand with a large support surface of 144cm2, adjustable pedal height and an integrated transport trolley.
The KS-S22 Eagle has a 3300 W motor with a maximum speed of 70 km/h (limited for the first 10 km). A digital speedometer gives you the speed during use. The 2220 Wh battery can be charged in 8 hours with a single 126V charger, or in 4 hours with a dual charge, and will give you up to 200km.
Range (2) (3) (4)
up to 200 km
Max speed (3) (5) (6)
up to 70 km/h*
Max. user weight
69.3 x 58.2 x 33 cm
126 V / 2220 Wh
Approx. 8h (4h in dual charge)
Suspension. Front LED lighting with adjustable tilt. Integrated trolley. Double charging port. Height adjustable pedals. Power pads adjustable in height. Tail light with turn signal. Integrated kickstand.
Notes for your product Kingsong :
In accordance with the law, we remind you that civil liability insurance is mandatory for this type of vehicle.
Distance achieved with a full load, a 70 kg person on a level road and a temperature of 25°C. Other conditions may affect this maximum distance. Some batteries may have significantly different results.
There are several factors to take into account when using this product. Among the most important are the riding surface and gradient, the user's weight, tyre pressure, riding style and natural conditions (temperature, humidity, wind, etc.). All these factors affect the speed and maximum distance of the product. Therefore, each user will have their own results. Test yours.
Avoid reaching the recommended distance so that you do not finish your journey on foot.
Maximum speed (on private land) Its use is prohibited on public roads