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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Nimbus Hatchet. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
15 reasons to buy
- Riders reported incredible stability from the Maxxis Minion FBR 26x4.8 tire, with some saying this made it easier to regain balance and allowed for longer rides with less effort.
- Experts complimented the aesthetics of the Hatchet, noting an edgy design and beautiful finish.
- The fatness of the Hatchet’s tire proved perfect for traction and flotation across snow, sand and obstacles.
- All components of this uni were regarded as high quality, with the Nimbus VCX Isis cranks receiving particular attention.
- A doubled quick-release seat-collar makes for fast and secure seat-post removal and adjustment.
- The Nimbus Dominator 80.2mm rim is equipped with 36 spokes for strength and is drilled to save weight.
- For a number of owners, the Hatchet opened up more possibilities for unicycling, allowing them to ride trails and rough terrain.
- This unicycle’s aluminum frame was portrayed as rigid and surprisingly lightweight. It integrates a disc tab into the frame.
- The Hatchet's frame avoids the issue of knee-contact by providing ample clearance through a unique chevron shape.
- A quick assembly time was recorded by buyers, who only had to install the saddle and brake mount.
- Ride quality was reported to be amazing both on and off-road.
- The Nimbus Stadium saddle impressed with ample cushioning and a prostate-friendly air-channel.
- Clearance is a drawcard for the Hatchet, allowing for 26 x 5, 27.5” ,29” and even 32 x 2.125 tires.
- Some found the Hatchet to be a capable climber.
- The Hatchet arrives with a custom multitool and all other basic tools needed for assembly and tuning.
3 reasons not to buy
- One reviewer felt that longer cranks, at 170mm, would be more efficient.
- An owner reported that the bolt to fasten the brake handle was difficult to tighten and should be inverted.
- One owner described the Hatchet as being a little too pricey.