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Qu-ax Unicycle

Guide price: £90

Last updated on 3rd Dec 2012

Tags: gift games

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Qu-ax Unicycle

Unicycling as similar to riding a bicycle as surfing is to carpet bowls. If your sense of balance is more finely tuned than your sense of self-preservation then this is for you. Don't buy this if you're scared of a challenge though it's great fun having a go. The really tricky bit is keeping the six watermelons in the air without your wheel slipping off the tightrope. Unicycling is not easy but then neither is origami and whilst paper folding is very creative and all it doesn't get the adrenalin pumping or indeed your legs.

Half as useful as a bicycle and twice as entertaining it's a full sized cycle and comes boxed requiring some very elementary assembly. It has a 20inch wheel with aluminium rim a fully adjustable (and very comfy) seat and anti-slip pedals - though they'll be the least of your problems.

The handlebars are of course missing but we gather that's the point of the whole thing.

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