Geowurm

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  1. Guess what? All these came out of my leg today! They had to let 2 of the screws in because they were grown in the bone now. Well I am still in recovery. It will take another 2 to 3 weeks and then everything is like it was before. The only difference: I never ever will ride a cheap Chinese wheel - at least not without proper protection like the Marshmallow-Man!
  2. Used Osdrich T1 Electric Unicycle 400WH Self-Balancing 500W Motor Electric Unicycle Osdrich T1 electric unicycle has a 16 inch size wheel, with 500W motor and a 400Wh super long life battery. With the large battery, it can support 40km mileage range with 18Km/h max speed every charge. Though owns a large battery, the weight of the electric scooter is only 13.6kg. Besides, it owns a fashionable appearance, uses waterproof design, supports intelligent voice and remote display. Osdrich T1 Electric Unicycle Specifications: Max Speed: 18KM/H Range: About 40km Changeable Battery: 400WH Motor: 500W Max Load: 120kg Charging Time: About 4 hours Wheel Size: Ф407 mm Wheel Type: One Wheel Max Incline: <17 degree Pedal Height: 95mm (when dismounted) Charging Voltage: Support AC110V~220V, 50-60HZ Applicable Temperature: -40 °C - 50 °C Osdrich T1 Electric Unicycle Weight: 13.6kg Osdrich T1 Electric Unicycle Size: 46.5*51.5*16.5cm Osdrich T1 Electric Unicycle contain: 1 x Osdrich T1 Electric Unicycle 1 x Charger Asking 280 Euro Location: 14193 Berlin, Germany Interrested? send me PM
  3. LMAO here are mine. Funny like hell if you know that they really can act like firecrackers
  4. Mine got a crazy history. I bought my first wheel in a E-scooter shop in Berlin, found out in the first minute that it’s not a good idea for learn on a brand-new M-super. Back to the shop to buy a junky one to learn on it. Got this Osdrich, in a box, torn apart, with the message: all parts are there, we just don't have the time to put it back together and the screws are missing. 1 h later I had a working fine ECU to learn on. It's the wheel I used the most, made looking rides in the forest, went all the way down and back Kronprinzessinenweg in Berlin without getting from green to blue, what is 10 km one way. So, this must be a T3 with the big battery. It’s still my favorite wheel.
  5. You just made my day! LMAO. OK, enough time and money wasted. The Chinese EUC is history. I started to load my reliable Osdrich, that never faild on me.
  6. Jupp, this is how they react. Mine goes to the trash. Recycled the tire, cells and magnets, and that's it.
  7. The cells in the lamp and in the EUC Pack are of the same kind (18650 cells) of the same Voltage (4.06 V) of the same size (2000 mAh) and the same brand (DianmiFire). The only difference: They come out of different items, and probably have different production dates. But they are all new, never used, or at least never had a recharge. I think they might do the job. But it looks now the battery pack is fine (runs with my Osdrich T1 w/o problems). Looks like the mainboard is the problem.
  8. After 15 minutes the battery stated "full". Switched on it blinks once, gives a beep and dies on me again. So, it’s probably not only the cells, it’s the BMS too. I think I have to get new battery pack to bring this pos - EU back to life :-(.
  9. Here we go again: Today I really wanted to know the reason why this EU failed on me. Dismounted the battery, got rid of the shrink wrap, checked all cells. Found out 3 of the 16 cells where dead. Ordered 4 new cells on Alibaba, and found out a little later, that my Battery LED lamps run on 18650 too. I dismounted an old lamp, found out that there are 4 of the 8 cells are ok, soldered them into my defective battery. Secured the repaired battery with gorilla tape and put the EU back together. Its charging right now. I will let you know about the results. I am not sure, if I really will test ride it, because the metal in my leg is still in and will go out on the 18. of April. But if I am careful I’ll probably try in the basement hallway :-).
  10. @EvenOdd My words. this is because they used 16 2000 mAh cells, with a really bad engineered BMS Board. It's even not worth it to exchange the cells, because the Mainboard is an even worse piece of junk. Like @esaj stated: this EU will "actively try to kill you "
  11. Jea, they are probably better than nothing, but something like a Motocross-boot is a better solution. Because some of them got hard Protektors on the front and on the backside to secure both sides.
  12. After now 15 months I am right before the surgery to take the metal back out. What’s left over: arthrosis in the ankle and a lot of experience how to survive surgeries and hospital’s.
  13. How I got my Osdrich: As I saw someone on the street ride e EU I found a shop in Berlin to buy one. I got a Gotway 18 MSuper, found out in my basement that there is a lot of skill needed to ride it and that the learning phase will include major crashes of the EU. I was not willing to damage my brand new Gotway, went back to the shop and wanted an EU to learn to ride. They offered an Osdrich with "the big battery". It was an old model, torn apart and stored in a box, so I had to put it back together to use it to learn how to ride. The learning phase was around 2 weeks, with 4 times "hit the road", but after that I was riding the Osdrich for about 3 - 4 months to commute. With my 110 kg it was able to bring me around 16 km without problems, so I guess the Osdrich really had the big battery build in. Never had any problems with it. No cutouts, no nothing. Pure fun! I guess it was a T1, but I never had the chance to check the battery since. Picture: First steps w/o helmet, protectors and such things, I used all times after my first "feel the street with elbows an knees".
  14. As a geologist by myself I know what you mean. The metal in your leg is a cutoff of your non - Easton Hammer. Always use Easton-Hammers. They are built to bang on a chisel without chipping metal parts off. These metal chips fly away really really fast. I have a chip in my Knee too. :-) BMS shutdown. tried to outrun it and got hit by the right pedal from behind. Complete fractured my right leg. :-(
  15. I feel you man. Have a quick recovery...

    1. Geowurm

      Geowurm

      With my 54 years this will take a while :-(

      Actually I was very happy and satisfied drive my Osdrich and MSuper. I'd never expected that the generic X3 "actively try to kill the rider" because of bad design

      I hope you are doing better than I. I still limp really badly, and this will continue till all the plates and screws are back out (in about 1 year).

      Still I dream from my really nice rides and the "free" feeling while cruising around.

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    2. puntofato

      puntofato

      I had the same problem with my generic at first. Swapped the batteries with serious one the problem was gone. I wanted to give it some speed but failed... Oh well, shit happens....