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  1. FineOne is a serious dealer on Aliexpress marketplace http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/m2jMv7q
  2. Today I was riding my V8 on my daily commute like I've been doing it for 2 months. I was around 15mph on asphalt flat terrain, when suddenly the inmotion v8 gave up and I went body against pavement. It didn't play any different warning sound it just suddenly didn't do anything. As I've had a couple events where the wheel slowly titled completely and now gave up totally, is there a data logger where I can retrieve the wheel facts of the issue ?? I really want to know if something failed, overheat, frozen, over-speed. I can't really trust it, this thing might be trying to kill me. Maybe it has a buggy firmware, this device must have a log memory that logs every event and then later be retrieved, just like a tesla car. Facts: As I dragged myself to grab it out of the road I noticed the blue lights were still on. Temperature this morning 30 degrees Fahrenheit. About -2 celsius. Battery was probably around 92%. I do full charge at home and I had only ridden about 1.5 miles. I've set its max speed to be 19mph so the wheel beeps at 16mph and start tilting back. Not sure if it's even possible to go to 19mph as it plays the warning sound and tilts back. Yes, lots of cuts, lacerations and pain. Lucky is winter and I was riding with a big jacket. Not sure if I had any major complication as I'm still waiting for the pain to go away. Please let me know how do you guys troubleshoot falls, if I can retrieve logs it will be very useful.
  3. I went back to the automotive proving grounds today and spent 2 1/2 hours setting up drones and cameras while riding up and down their 20% grade hill. I took along the whole family of wheels that included the Gotway ACM 1600, KingSong 16S, Inmotion V8, Inmotion V5F+ and my little 10" Gotway Luffy. I have never went down the 20 % grade, only up it a few weeks back, so I was a bit nervous at first but after practicing dozens of times on the ACM 1600 earlier in the day it became natural. I was able to transverse both the 20 % and 30% grades with the ACM that allowed me to gather temperature data that I will share later. The ACM 1600 did outperform the other wheels ( including Luffy ) but that was to be expected given the excellent torque and power the ACM possesses. I apologize for the background noise during the first few minutes as they were cutting grass on the complex.
  4. A few months ago, I decided to sell my Gotway 820wh Msuper and ACM to upgrade to the 1300 ACM and the MsuperV3s+. I put my order in at ewheels and have been eagerly awaiting their arrival. A few weeks ago, I started reading about all the drama with the Gotway problems you all have read about I'm sure. With these safety concerns, I really started getting worried. I learned to ride on a Kingsong 14c and wanted to buy a ks18, but they weren't available at the time. I opted to buy the Gotway wheels and really enjoyed them. I have 3 of my children that are proficient riders and we enjoy our trips together. Not wanting to put my kids on wheels I knew were having issues, a week ago I decided to cancel my Gotway order and Jason was kind enough to let me switch my order to the KS16s 840wh and KS18s 1680wh arriving in a couple of weeks. Reading about @Marty Backe and his latest problem and fall on his Msuperv3s+, I'm glad I made the switch. (Marty, I hope your wrist feels better...makes me mad that Gotway puts out this stuff and lies about having it fixed) I know Kingsong is not perfect, but I figure it was time to make the switch. I'm sure I'll miss some things about Gotway, but I'm looking forward to giving Kingsong a try again. I'll make sure I give my opinion on How Kingsong is treating me. Matt
  5. Which one you recommend?

    Hey Guys! New to the forum and obsessed with getting one of the EUC models. I'm 6'4, a solid 275lbs with size 13 foot. I see all of the EUC have weight ranges. What would you recommend? Does the weight requirements matter?
  6. Hey guys, Just a regular sale from Project42 based in the UK - 10% off the Inmotion range including V8 (!!!), V5, V5F, L6. Just use the code MAY42 at the checkout on our main store page: https://proj42.co.uk/electric-vehicles With each purchase you get the 1 year warranty coverage serviced in London, regular customer support, free servicing on cosmetic replacements and tyres/inner tubes (parts cost not included). Plus, all the clients that regularly shop with us automatically get 10% off any further purchases, whether it's an accessory or another wheel. We can ship to any country within EEA. The most recent V8 batch has been off the ship this morning, so we will be ready to dispatch in a couple of days Drop a post down below if you have any questions!
  7. Inmotion v8

    someone wants to buy a used inmotion v8 2.5 month, and warranty ...
  8. I shot a 4 minute video of an interview I had with Echo's Dot today just to see how smart Alexa was about electric unicycles. I asked a few off the wall questions first just to warm her up Sorry but I could only conduct the interview in English! She did not know what an electric unicycle was but did know about the Segway. She also had a funny comment when I asked her about 'Tilt back' and 'Idling'! Questions if you can't hear: Alexa , Hello! I have a few questions for you: 1. ALEXA, WHAT'S THE MASS OF THE SUN IN GRAMS? 2. ALEXA, WHAT is the 3 rd law of robotics? 3. ALEXA, WHAT is Firmware? 4. ALEXA, WHAT Is an Electric motor? 5. Alexa, What is a battery? 6. Alexa, What is Tilt Back? 7. Alexa, What is an electric unicycle? 8. Alexa, What is a segway? 9. Alexa, What is a Self Balancing Unicycle? 10. Alexa, What is Idling? 11. Alexa, what is a gyroscopic? AlexA, Goodbye!
  9. As some of you might know I recently started my EUC adventure. After some consultation with you guys I ended up purchasing the Inmotion v8 because it combines an 800w engine (I'm a 90-95kg guy) with a decent battery pack (480wh) and still relatively light (14-15 kg) at a good price point. Short version (2 main lessons and conclusion): Respect low battery, really take it easy when battery drops below 20% Don't try to show off to friends by speeding away Awesome wheel that also works for EUC starters. Long version: So keep in mind this is my first wheel ever. After packing it in the sleeve and adding some extra protective padding I started learning inside my house for about 10 minutes going backwards and forwards trying to get the balance on the wheel. After that I moved outside with some more room but still have something to grab on to to stabilize myself. Within an hour of practicing like this I managed to keep driving slow rounds on the machine and feel confident enough to take it for a small spin on the bicycle path. Here I noticed that when I was going faster the wheel started wobbling from left (\) to right (/), as it turns out this was mostly due to inexperience. After gliding like 50km it's already noticeably less and I'm quite confident that with time it'll disappear completely. The next day I took the wheel into the city center and some grocery shopping totaling another hour and a half of driving. Still some wobbling but already getting better. Everything went very smooth and I'm quite content with the way the wheel was handling the urban obstacles like speed bumps, cracks in the road and (slight) bridge inclines. I don't have a frame of reference for other wheels but the acceleration is still great for a guy my weight. I must admit that after these rides my calves were telling me to take it easy, probably because I'm not used to EUC yet but I also think the hard plastic pads on the v8 are partly to blame. I actually added some extra padding here to make it a bit more comfortable to ride, and even though it helps a bit the jury is still out on whether or not I'll be comfortable on long rides. During the weekend (total distance ~25km) took my wheel out for a small spin, when I left it still had 23% battery, so I thought I'd drain it a little bit more before charging. As it turns out this was not the best idea ever. After driving for 1,5 km I started getting warning sounds from the machine, so I decided to turn around and head back home, stood still to check the battery and it was still at 19%. I didn't get my cellphone out to check the battery % when actually driving (stupid me) so I figured I would still be fine to get home. But apparently the v8 thought that I was leaning foward too much and decided to do aggressive tiltback to force me to stop. Still inexperienced as I was I slowed down but because of the aggressive tiltback I actually steered a bit right at the end cause my wheel to leave the asfalt and fall of a 10-15 distance to the grass but not before getting scratches on the pedal on one side. The protection I put on the machine did not prevent this, so yeah first scratches are the hardest, so better to get them in fast, right? Basically shouldn't have pushed the machine so much on the empty battery because I managed to drive back the 1,5km without any problems whilst going 15 km/h. Learning curve, when it starts warning you on low battery really take it easy . During the weekdays I took out the wheel for a number of testdrives, it turns out I can actually get to the trainstation in less than 7 minutes, which by bike takes at least nearly ten minutes without actually putten the bike away. Very promising for my commute starting next January. Yesterday I took the wheel over to some of my friends since I was so enthusiastic about it. And I couldn't help myself showing off the awesome acceleration of this wheel. So even though I should've known better I leaned forwards more than I usually do ending in.... as you experience guys probably know.... a cutout of the machine (without warning). I was really happy to be wearing wrist protection and very unhappy that I thought I wouldn't need knee protection (as they are now pretty banged up. So especially to the starting drivers a note that showing off your wheel to your friends is cool, but nearly faceplanting definitely isn't (is cause for a good laugh though). Overall I'm really happy with this unit, the learning curve, top speed and stability for a guy my weight is awesome. One thing I haven't mentioned is the amount of attention people are giving me, EUC are not that common in the Netherlands but a lot of people turn their heads to see what's going on, ask what I'm doing, make sounds of general approving the awesomeness of driving this wheel. So be warned, driving this unit might get you attention . I also just received my charge doctor, so I'll be showing you some stats from the chargecycle and mileage soon. I'll also keep you guys posted on how the next 100-150km goes and how it works out in my commute from January.
  10. INSIDE INMOTION V8

    Hello I'm come back from FCC XTREM PRIVATE FILES and i found for you - inside pictures of Inmotion V8 - ext pics -laboratory test pics and sure, the manual! cordialy
  11. @Jason McNeil Many thanks for your thoughtful recommendation and allowing me upgrade the grand prize! Thanks to Jason the 1st place winner of The First Annual International EUC Talent Contest will now have an opportunity to select between either the V5F+ or new V8 model! Awesome idea Jason!
  12. Hey guys, We have almost finished our pre-orders for Inmotion V8 which will be available end September. The special price for the pre-orders is £990 (approx 1179 Euro). Hit me up here or on Facebook if you want to pre-order. Next day delivery for UK purchases and 3-5 days for EU deliveries. https://proj42.co.uk/inmotion-v8
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