Is this a JuggleBug?

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  1. e39m5

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  2. One on one

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    I don't believe that it is. Compare it with this.
    http://www.unicycle.com/shopping/shopexd.asp?id=31


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  3. john_childs

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    It looks like a Jugglebug. But it also looks like a 16" rather than a
    20".


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  5. johnfoss

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    It may be an older Jugglebug also.

    I like the JC Penny description:
    "Always wear your protective gear. Get a head start on safety! Most
    injuries can be avoided by wearing proper-fitting protective gear,
    including elbow and kneepads, and approved helmets. Do not operate
    unicycle in the street. Check local ordinances and laws before
    operating."

    The kid has a helmet, knee and elbow pads, but nothing to protect his
    hands/wrists. You'd figure that if they're selling unicycles at such an
    amazingly low price, they might want to have a *unicyclist* look at
    their product?

    Training poles suck! The kid won't need wrist protection because the
    pole will stop him from falling on his hands when he impales himself on
    it. Then his head will hit the ground first. Note also the very
    non-ergonomic wrist position that kid needs to use when holding the
    poles. Though the seat is too low for him, to fit those poles properly
    you'd probably have to ride with the seat as low as it goes. Poles bad!


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