Begode MTen Mini

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Sale price$499.00 Regular price$549.00

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  • Perfect ‘kids Wheel’  with a weight of only 27lbs & ultra-wide 11×3″ tire, the MTen Mini is suited for younger Riders looking get a foothold into Wheeling
  • High-power Battery: equipped with the premium Samsung 50S battery pack for safety & power
  • Color: in contrast to the ‘early release’ photos of green & yellow, the Mini will be offered in the more tame ‘all black’ scheme






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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of the Mini over the MTen4?The Mini was designed for younger riders in mind, it is more compact, lighter & almost half the cost. The specs on this machine are similar to the "hoverboards" of years past, but rather than the machine becoming less stable with speed due to the two-wheel design, the MTen Mini becomes more stable with speed, just like a bike. This wheel is also a great option for riders 150lbs and under to dip their toes into the world of EUC riding at a much lower price point.

Will you be stocking the 98Wh version?Probably not, the incremental price of $75 for double the range, with an already very small pack, does make the 98Wh variant an unattactive proposition. Additionally, the added safety benefits of the high-power Samsung 50S more than offset this cost.

Will there be retractable handle for the Mini, similar to MTen4?Yes, the handle-kit is available for purchase separately, please reach out to us at if you are interested. The handle attaches with four screws to the back of the wheel, similar to the MTen4.

Does the Mini have a tubeless tire?Yes, it’s the same 11×3″ tire as on MTen4 street variant. Tubeless tires have a number of advantages, such as greater resiliency to punctures when compared to tubed tires, which is ideal for a beginner wheel like the Mini, where keeping maintenance to a minimum is important.

What is the maximum weight-bearing capacity/load of the Mini?
Based on the specifications, the Mini can support Riders up to 150lbs. This wheel still uses a slimmer traditional axle, compared to the modern hollow-motor axles of today's wheels, meaning the likelihood of a bent or broken axle goes up as rider weight exceeds the recommended 150lbs limit.

Can the Mini be rapid-charged?Yes, with the Samsung 50S cells, it ought to be possible to use a 42V/4A charger for a quick sub-1 hour top-up. 4A is the maximum charge rate specified by Begode, meaning any attempts to charge faster than 4A may result in the BMS preventing the wheel from charging due to the built-in current limit for safety.

What is the motor power rating?The Mini uses a 500W (nominal, peak wattage will be higher) motor, which is adequate for a sub-150lb Rider. This is again a similar motor power to the old "hoverboards", which used a pair of 250W motors to keep the machine balanced, but the Mini is noticeably zippier due to the high-discharge 50S cells used in the battery pack.

Is there App support?
Yes, connecting to the Mini is the same as other Begode Wheels, with dozens of customization options, including maximum speed/alarms if there are concerns about limiting the performance of the Wheel. A recently released firmware update unlocked a higher top speed on the Mini, which can be installed using the app as well.

NEW: Upgraded Samsung High-Power 50S Battery Pack

The most valuable component of any Wheel is its battery pack, the beating pulse of the machine. Over the years it has been found, from painful experience, that pairing a high-powered machine with a battery cell that is not designed for high peak-power applications can result in latent/delayed catastrophic thermal runaway events. To try to minimize this risk, we at eWheels, have insisted the use of high-powered battery cells, particularly on smaller 4 parallel packs, such as the MTen4, A2, T4, S18, Hero, S22, & Master—as the number of parallels increase, the load on each cells decreases accordingly. Until recently, there was the trade-off between power & capacity; now, with the advent of the new Samsung 50S cell, one can have both!

  • Energy Density: 50S has a 20% increase in energy density over the 40T, providing a corresponding increase in range without any weight/bulk penalty.
  • Higher Operating Temperatures: the specifications of the 50S has a vast operating range, from -20 to 80°C/-4 to 176°F vs -20-60°C/-4-140°F with the commonly used 50E/GB cell & as high as 100°C/212°F in Samsung’s test data! This massive margin not only allows the 50S to output up to 3x more power than the 50E, but perhaps more importantly, will greatly improve battery pack safety, there is no conceivable scenario in which these limits will ever be reached, or exceeded.  
  • Power Output: the maximum sustained power output on the 50s is 45A vs 15A on the 50E. At pack level, this represents a total potential sustained output of 15,120W, on the Lynx. From a Rider’s perspective, the main benefit of having this power on-tap is once the pack(s) have been partially depleted, reducing the risk of cut-outs when power is required.  
  • Rapid-charging: another benefit of the 50s over the 50E is charging rates, 2.25x higher, 6A vs 2.5A. It should be noted that although the cell supports the higher charging current, there may be other factors that limit maximum charge rate, such as the charge-port, wiring & BMS components. On the Lynx, the maximum rate of charge should not exceed 16A. 
  • Superior Cycle-life: perhaps the most common misconception of high-power cells is that of reduced cycle-life, but this is fundamentally a misunderstanding of the published datasheet for battery cells. In these publications, Samsung’s data is based on exceedingly high sustained loads of 25A/45A. Other Samsung materials demonstrates that in 10A continuous load scenario, the 50S commands a slight lead over the the 50E for longevity, with >82% capacity retention over 600 cycles.
    It should also be noted that these synthetic tests in no way represent the power demand pattern that is experienced when using your machine, where the average load, on flat terrain, will be closer to 2-3A/cell vs the 10A in the test data—there may be periods where this demand is considerably more than the 10A, which is where the high-power cells really come into their element. In addition, the [50S] 600 cycles were charged at the maximum 6A vs a typical 1.5A (per parallel) with the stock charger, which also has an impact on the pack’s longevity.   

In summary, the 50S battery cell is objectively superior in every measurable metric, with only a marginal increase in upfront cost. It is expected that machines fitted with these packs will retain their value better than other battery cells.