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NEW: MTen3 10”, ‘The Pocket Rocket’, 460Wh/84V Battery, 800W Motor

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NEW: MTen3 10”, ‘The Pocket Rocket’, 460Wh/84V Battery, 800W Motor

$780

  • New Order ETA, mid-February
  • All new MTen3s are standardized to the 84v/460Wh battery pack  
  • Bonus: upgraded ACM black pedals (fitted)  
  • MTen3 is completely unique, sprightly 10″ Wheel, while still packing a power 800W motor 
  • MAX Cruising Speed: 23+ MPH (with the 84v battery pack)
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Description

Technical Specification

All new “Stealth Black” Edition

Gotway MTen3 Black Edition

As of mid-September, all MTen3s will be offered in all ‘Stealth Black’ edition. Other product changes, include:
– Lift motor suppression button, for carrying up stairs or curbs
– Uniform set of black side pads to match the new shell design
– Fitted with larger set of pedals
– LED light scheme changed from rainbow pattern to default white (the panels give the effect of a deep purple). Lighting modes can be changed through the App.
– Improved tire, fitted with a tube—there’s Pros & Cons to going with a tubed tire

Features of the MTen3 Black Edition

What Makes the MTen3 Unique:

  1. Power to Weight ratio: at only 22lb, this Wheel is tiny, but don’t be fooled by the diminutive size; within this tiny body, there lies a lion’s heart! With 40x 18650 cells in the 512Wh configuration, or 32x cells in the 420Wh pack, & a 800W motor, no other small sub-14″Wheel comes anywhere near to these specs;
  2. Speed & torque: the motor supports a max speed of around ~23MPH (with the 84v type). On this smaller motor, this Wheel has a lively sense of zest about it, quick off the dime & handles inclines surprisingly well;
  3. Convenience: in the folded position the Wheel is extremely compact, at only 11″ (length) x 5.6″ (width) x 17.7″ (height). It is really the only Wheel that can convenient fit in a standard rucksack, or unobtrusively under a car seat;
  4. Atmospheric LEDs: a nice visual touch while riding in the dark, also improves awareness to those around you while riding in low light conditions.
Gotway MTen3 Black, Side

Frequently Asked Questions

  • I really like the new look but already own a White MTen3, can I purchase new shell/pad kit?
    Yes, we will have these available to purchase as a complete set for $110
  • The MTen3 is only 10″ Wheel, is it really practical to use as a ‘Commuting’ Vehicle?
    Don’t be deceived by the diminutive size of the MTen3; this machine packs more of a punch than many larger 14″ Wheels, such as the King Song 14D & Inmotion V5F.  It may not be suitable for every terrain, especially dirt trails, or pot-hole ridden roads, the small tire diameter tire may struggles on uneven surfaces.
  • Are there different battery sizes available?
    Yes, we are offering both the 67v/420Wh & 84v/512Wh battery packs. Each of these has the same tried-and-tested Panasonic GA 3.5Ah battery cells: the 420Wh is configured in a 16S2P 32x cell arrangement, while the 512Wh has an extra 8x cells 20S2P, @ 84v
  • What are the advantages of the 84v vs 67v types?
    The 67v offers the best value-for-money, if you do not anticipate exceeding speeds of ~20MPH. For an average 170lb Rider, cruising at 19MPH, the standard energy consumption is about 25Wh/mile; with the 67v/420Wh variant, this has an expected range yield of up to 17 miles. The 84v/512Wh has an extra 4 miles of range potential & has a higher top-end speed of ~23MPH (battery level dependent) vs ~20MPH on the 67v type.
  • What is the recommended max weight limit for this model?
    Manufacturer weight limits are recommendations, rather than hard-and-fast rules. The component that is subject to the highest point of stress on this machine is the axle. While axle metal fatigue fractures are uncommon, they are a risk for Riders over the 220lb limit.
  • What were the reasons Gotway decided to change from a tubeless to