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  1. Hello! i’m new in the forum, but have already spent like 2 weeks reading all I could. I want to buy my first EUC mainly to commute. I‘m 1.93 and 92kg and I would like a 20-25km range and a possible average of 22-25km/h. My commute is about 10-15km each way, it depends on the route I’m taking, but I can charge it at work. I really love the ninebot one s2 look, but I do like the v5f too. I’ve been reading a lot of threads about them, and I’m hesitating. About the price, I can buy all of them with little differences. Thank you in advance!!
  2. WheelLog Android App

    Hi, It started somewhere here, it was just improvement to make WheelLog working with Inmotion. But then I was asked about some improvements for KingSong and Gotway as well. So I think it is time to move it here. Improvements regarding the version from the market (not all, I don't remember all, but you can read previous topic about changes if interested): - Inmotion support, including wheel setting control (tested, work fine with V8, work not bad with others), extended logs - KingSong: negative current, correct start with FW 1.25, wheel setting control (untested) - Gotway: some minor fixes, wheel setting control (partially tested) - Top speed reset from menu - User trip counter (can be reset from menu, not affected to wheel or app shutdown) Known issues: - Xiaomi devices may often lose connection with Inmotion (problem in Xiaomi Bluetooth implementation) All previous versions ahould be removed before installing WheelLog_10092017.apk
  3. I'm thinking about buying my first euc and have been looking to start with a used one to save some money. There's currently a V5f listed on the craigslist near me where the seller claims to have only ridden inside parking garages but couldn't get the hang of it. They're asking $500 US for the thing. I can't seem to find these for sale new anywhere so I'm not sure if that price is fair. I found this V5f+ but that's about it. So, does this sound like a reasonable price? What kinds of things should I look for when I see it in person? Any red flags about this particular model that I should know about? BTW, I checked the for sale section of this forum but didn't see anything near me. Thanks!
  4. So yes, I fell in love with EUC, I managed to ride around some KM with my Inmotion V8 learning machine. It’s a great machine and gets me everywhere I like. It’s fast and did not fail me! The only thing that concerned me was the range. After a full charge the battery turns red after about 13 km, with a constant speed of 25 km/h, and a weight of 95 kg (last is probably the biggest factor of range). That’s all good and it let me finish a fun trail, but I want to do some bigger trails and don’t have to worry about my range. I like the 16 inch, and don’t wat to step up to 18 inch (I like to keep it low profile, so not everybody starts to see it as a monster vehicle) Do you guys have valid upgrade options? Which give me at least double the range, and the same speed 25-30 km/h. Don’t need to go faster I really like the constant speed I’m currently used to. I keep looking at the Gotway ACM, 1300 version. Or the king song 16s versions. What do you guys think? Is it even possible with my weight/constant speed. So what are great upgrade routes coming from an Inmotion V8?
  5. Inmotion V8 distance statistics

    Also posted this as a reply on another thread, sorry for that but I guess it’s valuable information for Inmotion V8 owners or buyers. Some Inmotion V8 statistics, Today I did a new test, and drove around 17 km/h. My weight is 96 kg. And had strong headwind in the beginning and strong tail wind at the end (more side wind than tail). No hills, all flat land. With a few tiny bridges and stops, mostly traveling around 24 km on average. I put the tiltback down from 30 km/h to 25 km/h. I used darknessbot to track my ride (no export function and gps?) Quick summary: Distance 17.1 km Battery left 31% Predicted remaining 9.3 km Average speed 22.6 km/h Outside temperature was 15 degrees Celsius Strong wind Battery indicator was on, yellow-red and my speed was being limited slowly. Was still pleasant to drive. My gut feeling tells me that I could drive another 5 km safely. Which would total the maximum distance at 22 km (could be more) Here are all the screenshots of the app: Hope you get some feeling about the distance that can be traveled with this machine. Maybe with other conditions you can travel further...
  6. V8 covers / padding?

    My InMotion V8 just got delivered yesterday, and I've been able to get two practice sessions in so far! I'm slowly getting the hang of it and am trying to catch the wheel when I lose my balance, but I've managed to scratch up the bottom of the pedals and pedal hinge. What are you guys using to pad your wheels, and where are you placing them? Photos would be great!
  7. I have a V3 INMOTION for 2 years. Trying to patch a tube from one of the tyres, in the process of opening the scooter, I accidentaly touched the motherboard with a screwdriver and burned the electronic moterboard. I took the battery and the motherboard out from the carcase in the hope to find out a way to repair it, but in the meantime, the battery exploded in my garage and there was nothing left to attempt any repair!!! I am trying to order one from INMOTION for more than on year, but I get no answer. I come here in this forum with the hope to find somebody that has a damaged V3 and has the battery and the motherboard still intact. Thank you in advance for your answers!!!
  8. So I have finally had time to mess around with my charge doctor and wanted to to a baseline charge log from what the V8 considers empty (tiltbact and shutdown) to full charge. I sat up last night waiting for the charge to complete and the currrent to drop to 0 and it seemed to take forever. I ended up going to bed and leaving it. I woke up this morning and the charger was still trickling 0.03A into the wheel. Looking at the Charge Doctor website the inventor mentions that his Firewheel charger did this and it is well known that Li-Ion should have the charge stopped unpon completion. Trickle charges are not good for the cells. I've attached the charging graph below. Is this normal? I wondered if the parasitic draw of the Charge Doctor could be fooling the charger to keep the power flowing but another chart of a Gotway wheel by the invetor shows a clear cut off of power from the charger. Anyone care to enlighten me what is going on here. Is this OK. Is this bad. Background: This is the first time I have logged a charge with the Charge Doctor. I'm going to do it twice with the 1.5A charger and twice with the eWheels fast charger to learn when and how (V or A) to set the Charge Doctor auto-shutoff for each charger (as the curve and constant current/constant voltage transition will move) so I get the charge level and depth of discharge I want. I will post the results when I have them and expect to repeat this in 6 months to gauge battery wear. Additional Info: The light on the charger LED did turn green just before the charge doctor showed 0.05A but it appeared to have no effect on the output.
  9. 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.
  10. Hi! We have just received a fresh delivery of Inmotion V8, KingSong KS-16S and KS-14S, among others. I have €100 / £90 discount (forum members only!), for the following models: * 2017 * Inmotion V8 (480 Wh) black - €1047 after discount €947 or £880 * 2017 * KingSong KS-16S (840 Wh) black matte - €1609 after discount €1509 or £1228 * 2017 * KingSong KS-16S (840 Wh) silver - €1614 after discount €1514 or £1239 * 2017 * Kingsong KS-14S (840 Wh) black - €1244 after discount €1244 or £1044 * 2017 * KingSong KS-16C (680 Wh) black matte - €1232 after discount €1132 or £1015 * 2017 * KingSong KS-16C (680 Wh) black glossy - €1175 after discount €1075 or £964 * 2017 * KingSong KS-16C (680 Wh) white glossy - €1175 after discount €1075 or £964 * 2017 * KingSong KS-14D (420 Wh) white - €986 after discount €886 or £759 How to get the discount? It's easy: 1. Like our new Facebook page (click) and share it on your profile: https://www.facebook.com/ElectricUnicycles.eu/ 2. Subscribe to our YouTube channel (click) 3. Download and rate our mobile app: Android (click) or iOS (click) After it's done, contact me by sending a private message here, or via Facebook / website - simply text "DONE" All unicycles are brand new and come with a 2-year warranty (Europe) and priority support in our mobile app. We also include a protective foam as a gift. Additionally, our clients get 10% discount for accessories. We now have some cool winter tires in black, red and blue colors Our new INMOTION V8 video: Best Regards, Justina
  11. INVATATION TO IFA 2017 -- INMOTION

    Hello everyone :), we hereby sincerely invite you to come and visit our exhibition booth at IFA from 1st to 6th September, 2017. We will demo some NEW products there! Exhibition address: Messe Berlin Messedamm 22, D- 14055 Berlin, Germany Booth No.: Hall 17, Stand No.124. if you are interested, pls contact me at: king.ma@imscv.com If you would like to get more information on INMOTION products, please visit our homepage: www.imscv.com Thanks and we look forward to seeing you! King Ma Overseas Sales Rep Cell:+86 1848 997 1033 Email: king.ma@imscv.com Inmotion Technologies Co., Ltd / Solowheel China. Add: 18F, B1, Nanshan i Park, No. 1001 Xueyuan Ave., Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China. 518000
  12. Captainscooterpi L.A. Socal EUC group Going to a larger EUC My Impressions on upgrading from 14" to 16" I got my Inmotion V5F , catchy name huh, on March 30th 2017 and it took me 3 months 2 weeks to put 1001 miles on it. It was an upgrade from a Ninebot one A1, which served as my learning machine. So 14" wheels are all I have ever known. I love the portability and toyishness of the 14" under 30lbs wheels. They prepare you to get bounced off by their very lack of mass and weight beneath your feet. I often wonder why I even need them to glide above the ground, and maybe they are just a crutch for this un-noticed skill I have had all along. Then I hit a hidden salad bowl sized pothole and wonder why I am running all of a sudden with my wheel skidding off to the side. They are fun! So when I decided to get more speed and distance I settled in on the 16" Inmotion V8 for looks (really sleek even with the dizzy lights), the name (I am a car guy so V8), and the familiarity with the Inmotion ride. More on the Inmotion V8 specs and review later. After getting the V8 calibrated with the app to unlock the speed and tweak the lights and warnings it was time to test ride. I had tried the 16" and the 18" wheels at a gas station during a brief meeting with my local EUC club. They were ACM and Kingsong models and really had a vehicle type of ride stability. They felt like firm machinery compared to my nimble V5F lark. The Kingsong 14S and 16S were not available yet to buy, but on another EUC ride I was fortunate enough to try out an 840wh Kingsong 14C from Jeff and found it to be more than capable at getting me up and down the hollywood hills in Griffith Park. It never labored and has great pick up in acceleration. It was a bit more clunky in the corners than my V5F, but that might have been Beginner Wheel Skill Disorder. BWSD is the term I give for the unwieldy feel that a new wheel will have until your body has adjusted to the different mechanics and foot weight distributions that arise from different wheels. This was what I was feeling with the new V8 as I ventured down my hill towards sunset blvd. It would pull to one side or the other in a different way from my old V5F. Perhaps it is learning my style as I learn its. The phenomenon is still the same if not more pronounced with a brand new out of the package wheel. Inmotion has a - SCV forward correction - function in its app that will work after about 10 miles of use. Other models have ride feel adjustments in their Apps, and it is suggested to dial in or use these functions as it will make the break in time more comfortable, and give you more control. This worked for me as well as my body was adjusting to the new geometry of the larger wheel. Going up in wheel size doesn't make you taller, since the pedals are at the same height, but the body of the wheel will rest at different areas of your legs. I have a blister on my right upper ankle and a slight bruise on my left shin as evidence of this. The V8 is only 1" taller than the V5F with a trolley handle. However the top of the body is 2" taller. So for a short guy, the physics of leaning due to the taller y-axis(body) makes the leverage from the x-axis(pedals) less. My body either needs to lean out side to side further or with more force. Its not much more, but there does seem to be a natural learning curve. Combined with the additional weight of the wheel, these are some things to be aware of when upsizing, even within the same company. Obviously since all EUC companies have different designs, this happens when switching Wheel companies as well. I ride my V5F and V8 along the bike lanes and paths of Los Angeles. The streets in L.A. Bow up to drain water to the gutters and the bike lanes and space next to curbs is on a slight angle. This angle can force the wheel into the curb unless I ride the wheel at a little bit more than a 90° angle, leaning slightly into traffic. This has taken some adjustment and learning, so I have had to be more careful even though I have more than 1000 miles of riding experience. Turning is different, not better or worse as far as tightness of turns and control. The wobbles are back as the placement of my feet is adjusted to the new weight distribution, blabbity blah, blah. Enough of the first impressions, Lets skip 50 miles into the future... I really enjoy the 3mph extra cruising speed and max speed in the upgrade. I got to work within a few minutes of my car time average. The V8 feels both stable and nimble at cruising speeds of 15-19mph. The other day I rode over a bowl type of pothole that used to shake my 14" wheel, but the 16" took it in stride even while taking me by surprise. This is only day 3, but the wheel is beginning to learn my unorthodox extreme leaning into the curves. I am still getting used to the larger circumference while turning, because I am so used to the smaller wheel. Its getting much more natural with every new trip. Driving over shallow sand and loose dirt is easier with the heavier V8, but still a lot like dry water skiing. The 800 watt motor easily moves me uphills in dirt and asphalt or to maximum speed without laboring. I like to ride my EUC like a leaf balancing on a spinning top, and the V8 has that sort of stable lightness of a ride. I am only 145 lbs. but the V8 only gets around 21 or 22 miles, with pushing it to the limits and stopping for stop signs, before you reach the dreaded last bar or 20% battery left. The speaker which usually blurts out "be careful" (gotta get it to speak in Chinese) gives you a warning sound that sounds like the warning sound you'd get when a landline telephone used to get knocked off the hook for too long if you start to push it at this point. It limits the speed and gets a little cranky if you jump off a curb or over a large pothole at a fast speed under these battery conditions. All in all it wants the rider to be safe and reminds you of this a lot when the battery gets very low. Although the range is a little lacking, it took me around two hours to drive 22 miles. A 2 min stop to change out a new battery for another 22 miles is no big deal, and probably needed as a rest at that point anyway. Changing the battery in the V5F is a great undertaking requiring great feats of double speed fast motion photography, unscrewing and unhooking for 15 mins just to get to the battery compartment and unhook it. So get the V5F+ if you are thinking of range for that EUC. I have already ordered an extra battery for the V8 and charging port to hook it up to my chargers. To sum it all up, upgrading to a wheel to match ones skill level and expanded use is something enriching and easy to do. The options are all around and so far seem to be growing in numbers. I stuck with what was familiar but larger and more powerful. If Kingsong had their KS14S or KS16S available I may have gone with them. One thing to remember- you will use the new wheel in much the same way as the old one for the majority of the time. It should make these journeys more useful and enjoyable. If you can say that about your upgrade, you've succeeded. Some other brief thoughts... - I thought the larger 16" wheel would be more cumbersome- it is actually just as nimble - I had no idea how the extra speed would be so natural during the proper conditions. You don't miss what you don't experience... - Upgrading to a new wheel takes time to relearn some basic handling of the new machine. ADDENDUM- After 1000 miles on the V8 I would like to give an addendum. Upgrading can include motor size as well, so for extra comparison I will include the 500w and the 800w KS14C models that I also purchased. Both the V8 and the V5f are light-ish EUCs and this is part of their ride and portability appeal. Even though the V8 is almost 2 lbs heavier than the V5f it feels just as light. They are very balanced machines that barely need you except for acceleration. I have found when I jumped off in demonstration of how you run off a crash, the V8 went down the block without me, bouncing over sidewalk cracks till I was able to chase it down. It didnt even fall. This light balance is great for carrying up and down stairs which I do find myself doing more than I thought in my daily driving. In contrast to the KS14C which I also own in both 500w and 800w models, the Inmotions are like Hondas or jaguars. They are subtle speedsters that corner and cut up the trails with absolute ease. You barely feel the acceleration, but it is just as quick as the KS of comparable motor models. They are more suited for tricks and obstacle course type of riding. The 800w KS14C feels like a 4wd 1980 AMC eagle or scout. They settle in at 30 lbs plus or minus, but they conceal none of this weight and even seem to wear it proudly. It does have a ton of torque. You can feel it seem to hold reserve power even as it barrels up a 27° grade. The 500w KS is also as torque-ey for someone of my limited carriage. The ride is shuddery and stiff and feels and sounds like good old american car plastic. This is a good thing. It has the effect of making one feel like the machine is concentrating just as much if not more than I am in a reassuring way. The 800w KS14c has a tendency to overheat on days over 82°F under stress or in direct sun for long, but I have had no such alerts on the 500w model. The Inmotions off-road riding is an exercise in rider control. You really feel like the machine is more like equipment on your feet. The Kingsongs ride more like you are riding a sled or slab suspended on a wheel using your feet. It is a subtle difference, but one that is more pronounced imo on the heavier Gotways and Msupers. I love this aspect of the Inmotion ride. I wish they had a little more torque and more range, I have never been stranded by either, and although I would love more speed, I have recorded 21.7mph on my darknessbot app. 25mph would be good every once in a while. I love the portability and the fact that I have never reached the heat limitations of the Inmotions. I have no idea where I would upgrade to now since Inmotion has stalled in their model upgrades, but others seem to be stepping up. I will see with open eyes and make a fully informed future decision.
  13. Hello all, Seamlessly, I just created new section a website in order to make me some money, as I was looking for a way to extend the life of my site dedicated to the Mini (mini-j.jimdo.com). So I took the decision to become "affiliate" to online merchants DJI, Aliexpress, Gearbest, Ebay, Amazon (It/ Sp/ De/ Uk/ Fr/ Pl/ ect...except US), Lazada, they have accepted that I incorporate their affiliate program. How it works? if the person, who clicks on a link from my site, buys the product, I earn a small percentage (from 1% to 7%-10% max). the click does not pay anything. You can translate my site in your original language there is the widget googletranslation at the top of each page So I have referenced more than 350 products, Mini, EUC, (It is only the beginning) and spare parts, accessories, drones, 3D printing, etc ... It is an international database, of everything that exists in these different merchants. I have not included your local dealers. They also have a wide range of products, accessories and spare parts to sell you. (unless they ask me to be affiliated with them😘) All I want is to continue my Mini-J blog. Be able to make it more complete, more current, and always stay the first blog that talks about the Mini. It is therefore thanks to your purchases that my blog will continue to live. Thank You very much Friendships from Bordeaux Joris/Mini-J/Jojo33 *P.S: - first for the Ninebot Mini https://mini-j.jimdo.com/shop-guide/mini-mini-pro-mini-plus/ Mini-Mini Pro-Mini Plus Accessories-Customization 3D Printing Battery & Charger Bodyframe Bluetooth-Fine Front-Back-Light HandleBar Hubcaps Motherboard Fenders-Mudguards Pads & pads sensors Steering Bar & Steering Shaft Tire & Motor-Wheel - a page is dedicated to EUCs (Gotway, Ninebot, KingSong, soon Rockwheel item, etc..accessories, spare parts..Ninebot Elite, Xiaomi MIJIA....) https://mini-j.jimdo.com/shop-guide/others-euc-more/ Others EUC & more... GOTWAY INMOTION KING SONG IPS NINEBOT EUC One... NINEBOT ELITE XIAOMI MIJIA M365/ES1/ES2 Finally i added Drones High Tech & more... -*About Amazon, unfortunetly like im not american, i can't be affiliate to amazon US, but im affiliate with amazon italia/spain/UK/Germany etc... it's my new logo
  14. its directional instability drives me nuts. Driving this wheel straight along longitudinal grooves is more challenging than making small backward circles (which is, admittedly, with this wheel surprisingly easy). I didn't have any crash, but the wobbles are crazy scary and make precise steering super difficult. What is your experience? I suspect the main or even sole reason might be the Kenda tire?
  15. InMotion V3s

    I'm thrilled at joining the ranks of euc users. Although been riding for approximately 1 month, I've aggressively logged now over 62.7km. Looking forward to interacting with more of you in the forum(s), also in real. Now, can anyone tell me what the software funtion of the "Zero Point" is? Also, regarding the built-in overspeed protection, is there a way to (re) adjust it?
  16. I didn't imagine an Inmotion rep posting twice in this forum a few days ago did I? One intro post and one hinting of the Solowheel merger (or whatever it is they are doing). There were discussions of a new D1 wheel in testing. Where'd the posts go? I've searched and looked in the "threads I have contributed to" section of the site and found nothing. I'm guessing admins must have been involved for threads with replies to disappear. Or maybe I'm just not looking hard enough...or I was high or something. Anybody? Anybody? Bueller? Bueller?
  17. Hello fellow riders, Here I have Inmotion V5F+ for sale. *Good condition *Mileage is approximately - 250-350km *Cool looking design with some stickers on the inner shells *Protective foam/padding on the sides (DIY made) *EU type charger + original Box Price - 450 euro + 50-100 euro shipping (I'll need to clarify the price depending on the country I ship to). Will ship via UPS, DHL or DPD. Location - Estonia. If you're from Finland or Sweden and want to come by ferry and buy it in person, that would be awesome. We can also have a nice chat regarding our EUC adventures. Let me know if you're interested. Thanks
  18. Inmotion V8 Tire scrapes cover

    Hi All, I'm a new rider to the Inmotion V8. It took several weeks to practice before I can actually go around the block. Anyways, now that I am actually riding beside the humming sound of the motor, I am hearing the tire scraping the cover as I ride. I'm riding with the cover on but did not felcro under the pedal. When I properly, felcro the cover under the pedals the scraping lessened. But I'm still getting some scraping of the tire and the cover. The scraping gets worse on paved road versus cement sidewalk. Is anyone else experiencing this? Any adjustment I can make? I've taken the nail clipper filer to try to file the cover down a bit but maybe not enough. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
  19. Had my inmotion SUV v3 last august 1, had it to start learning how to use euc, enjoyed it! Yesterday morning, repair icon on. Where can I send it to fix it. I'm here at illinois.... Anyone knows where....
  20. Help with new EUC

    I decided to buy ecu again. I had Segway one, but it broke down a year ago. I want to buy more powerful ecu because I live in Ireland where there are a lot of hills. My weight is 85kg. I've watched inmotion v8, but maybe it's a better choice. Thank you in advance.
  21. NICE WEEKEND= GOOD WEATHER+ INMOTION E- UNICYCLE

    Happy weekend! A great view from the INMOTION homeoffice, peace, serenity, tranquility. Then, take your INMOTION!
  22. After having used an electric skateboard around town (mainly for transportation) for the past couple of months I realized that enough of the roads around here are a hair too crappy for said skateboard — the board can take it, but I find the ride too rough. Now I'm thinking about switching from the skateboard to a KS16S (or a onewheel+, but that's another story), but having watched a crapton of EUC youtube videos and having browsed thru that "If you fell off EUC and got injured in the last few years, how are you all doing now?" thread, I had a few questions about cutouts: 1. How common are cutouts? As in are cutouts one of those things that aren't so much a "if you have one" thing as a "when you have one" thing? 2. From what I've seen and read I get that the beefier the EUC, the lower the risk of cutouts, and the closer you hang out at the max speed of your EUC, the higher the risk of cutouts, but what are some other things that raise or lower the risk of cutouts? 3. If I'm around 175lbs (80kg) and I don't plan to go much faster than, say, a bicycle that's cruising around (that's about as fast as I care to go on the electric skateboard), are cutouts something I should worry about if I'm looking at a KS16S? And unrelated to cutouts, I have two other noob EUC questions: 1. If I'm buying in the US, is ewheels.com the way to go? Or are there other sites I should also be looking at? 2. Is carrying grocery bags in your hands while riding an EUC a bad idea, balance-wise?. What about shifting the bags around like you might do if you were walking around with heavy bags and your hands were getting tired? 3. The inmotion V8 was the EUC I was actually interested in (because in addition to the 16" wheel and extendable handle in the KS16S, the V8 also had a kill switch for lifting it) but it sounds like ewheels.com is not going to carry it anymore, and I also got the impression that ewheels was the only official distributor of the V8 in the US. Are there other legit outlets that will now carry the V8 in the US?
  23. Change owner

    Hi! I just bought an Inmotion L8F from a seller at caraosel (2nd hand). When I wanted to change the bluetooth password in the apps it stated "Only the owner can change the password". But I am the owner now. How can I change the password & become the owner in the apps? Please help!
  24. I am currently working on a project that is focused on different ways to increase overall awareness of personal electric vehicles including electric unicycles. I have created a very simple 12 question anonymous survey on typeform and it would be very helpful to get a better understanding of other early adopters of the EU to move forward with project. ( https://early-eu-adopters.typeform.com/to/DXnrES ) It is called the "EU Early Adopter Survey".
  25. Hi everyone! I wonder wheter there is possibility to get some new led lights patterns for the V8. In my app, there are only 6-8 recommended patterns (I dislike most of them) and then I can do my own. I tried to do my own, but Im not patient and creative enough to do them. Is there a way to download more patterns, maybe what other people created? I didn't find one. Thanks.
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