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  1. Folks, please let me know your opinion about our first try at the GotWay unboxing videos... I know there's plenty I can improve, and hope to do so in the upcoming videos! 22" GotWay Monster Electric Unicycle - unboxing 18" GotWay Msuper V3S+ 84V 1600Wh Red - unboxing 16" GotWay ACM S+ 84V 1600Wh - Black - unboxing Upcoming unboxing: Luffy! Also, please visit our online store: EUC.NYC Thanks! Dmitry (646) 88-382-99
  2. Hi. This is my third euc and my first quick review. After a couple of mounts and 669,9 km. think I can show how is riding this euc and gonna try in English, not my native language, pls forgive my bad grammar. The incorrect information from inmotionIberia of max speed and range where it says 40 km/h and 40km but may say 25 km/h and 30km piss me off. But the price was ok for me (700€) I don't want the refound offered and decided to keep it. The advantage of that euc are many, good looking design, useful handle and lift swich. Bright front light, back light blinks when brake. Very comfortable due his curved shapes and hi padded sides. Hi pedals position are damn good for off road. Impressive torque, good autonomy and content weight. Need to improve the pedals and trolley quality, those get loose or comes with it from fabric (trolley). The inmotion app is full of busg. The battery position on top rise the gravity center and makes really hard for boomerang or coin flip tricks. The body shell are quite slim, that not help to keep it straight in hi speed pushing with the legs. They haven't grip at all to pull it up in jumps, foots slide unless you put the extra pads who inmotion gives in for ankles protection. I think is really good for cross due his hi pass pedals and big torque. Not to heavy to do tricks, and enough hard to not break if you don't do it well (unless the trolley bar and the pedals). Sorry but I can't compare it against other in his league, I only have other cheap "oneWheel" Who can't be compared. I want to make an extensive review with my top range, hi slope climb, max turning inclination, better pedal angle and more. Please, make your questions and comments, would be nice gather a great data base for all euc together
  3. My Firewheel F260 arrived from China on Thursday. Unboxed it, and got a couple of good long rides on it on Friday and Saturday. I really like the feel of the wheel in Sport mode. It gets excellent battery life and speed compared to my older 14-inch no-name wheel, but I think it does so at the expense of a little bit of torque. I am okay with that however. I love the flat-pedal ride position and the pedals are very comfortable. I could ride this thing all day. The problems started on Sunday. I took it out for another ride at a local park, after doing a full charge. Started the wheel and heard the "Welcome to Firewheel, Sport Mode" voice greeting. Got on the wheel and rode about 5 feet, then it just cut out. Fortunately I just ran off since I wasn't going fast yet. The thing is totally dead, won't show any signs of life. I opened up the case to see if there was any obvious damage like blown components or burnt wires, everything looks fine to me. The battery reads 67 volts at the yellow connector, which you'd expect from a battery that was fully charged and ridden for 5 seconds. I tried connecting the charger and it makes a popping sound so I disconnected it immediately. (I have two official Firewheel chargers and tried them both.) I've contacted Firewheel to see what they'll do to make this work. It's a real shame because the design of the wheel itself is awesome. While I'm in here I'm definitely going to seal a bunch of stuff with silicone, this is not a very waterproof or dirtproof interior and it's all exposed to the wheel.
  4. KingSong 18 is a quality product , it makes me feel safe. This evening I wen't from home to the top of Isaberg , Hestra Sweden and back to home base , it is much more comfortable and stable than other brands , I think you get what you pay for , if you want the best... I updated to firmware 1.20 Before this journey and I'm happy with it. The stepest part near the top of the mountain is maybe 30 degrees asphalt road and my weight is 107 kg , the whole mountain is 308 meters above sea level , KingSong 18 brought me up to the top and down with high speed and good music , interesting is that battery level was still full back home , it seems like it is charging going downhill. 1 bicyclist stopped me and wanted to know what it is and some tourists screemed that they want to hear the music , I can't recommend other brands cheap products , they have to weak motor and battery pack for driving safe and the tilt function makes you feel unsafe , KingSong 18 let you be in control instead , much better. It is quiet , looks great and the only model I know of where you can sit and ride which I have not tried yet. With the big wheel I also go on dirt roads with potholes , no problem at all. 40 psi seems to be the right tyre pressure for my weight With 1360 battery pack I can go 110 km on 1 charge The app works flawless. I'm thinking of a light weight solar panel 200w on one wheel connected behind you , it might be possible to go long distance adventure travel , also an anti theft solution with sim card , gps mounted inside My model: KingSong 18A , 1360 wh battery pack. We are 2 proud owners now in Hestra and this will be fun May your days be sunny and with high speed & great musict at Update: Never ever use any onewheel at max speed , i would recommend to use all 4 warnings , the first 3 set to 30 kmh and last one ollie Speed set to 35 kmh it's not uphill or downhill that is dangerous it is when you reach speed limit and it cant control level anymore and you will experience a faceplant listen to the warnings and slow down instead of pushing it harder... i have bought a transparent soft vinyl cover to put on top if I go in heavy rain this also for safety reasons and a bicycle back mirror made for any bicycle helmet Bjorn Is our planet dying ? , will EUC help saving our planet ? is euc fun ? is euc something new ? , answer is yes , yes , yes , yes EUC is an excellent alternative to cars SUVs , it will give us cleaner air , better health and stop global warming If you for some unknown reason don't like it or are to afraid to learn then buy an electric bicycle or 3 ton SUV , Vaz Lada Honec car 1800cc Be my world The Prophet
  5. Quick & dirty impressions of my now 2 week old 2400WH Monster from SpeedyFeet (another great & relatively fast (holiday shipping delays) transaction!): Heavy! The packaged Monster (72.5 lbs) almost bowled me over trying to cart it at my apartment concierge desk. The retail packaging box bottom (not shipping box) can't even sustain the weight, the Monster was busting through the bottom when I lifted by the carry-handles! Actual measured weight of the wheel: 63.2 lbs. Similarly, when idle with one leg stepped off, I can't let the Monster body tip-over too much like I can with any other EUC, otherwise the weight is too much for my pedal leg to counteract. (never even experienced this with my KS-18A mkII 680WH!) I've since learned to straddle the upper body between my thighs to prevent the wheel from falling over. Weight balance is noticeably back-heavy, as I believe both battery packs are situated upright, and towards the back of the wheel. Not sure why they did this. Stock 1.5A charging is faster than my previously low expectations. My Monster, as in the SpeedyFeetUK review, shipped to me with 1/5 bars on the idle taillight LEDs (think that's approx. 20%). I charged the wheel overnight (right away after unboxing), and at about the 12 hour mark, the Gotway iOS app at idle showed 70%, not bad considering! Also, not sure if this is the case for all Gotway OEM chargers, but I was surprised the power was not grounded (laptop-style 2 prong, ala Ninebot & IPS OEM chargers). Wide! I have to bowl my legs to get them flush against the Monster body (my height: 5'8"), another first for me on an EUC (used to it now). @logos122 who rode as well, seemed perfectly fine, possibly on account of having experience with the boxy MSuper2. IMHO, stock Monster pedals are fine; better, in fact, than an MSuper3 pedal swap (bought from SpeedyFeetUK alongside the Monster). Doing this swap yielded no additional comfort (both are about 8 1/8" long; my feet: US 8.5), and actually, they felt less safe, as the MSuper3 pedals are about 1/8" narrower, and while riding, my feet felt a little like they might fall off the sides. Smooth! The ride on the Monster is super smooth! Seems comparable to the rest of the Gotway line, though the only other Gotway I've ridden was @logos122's MSuper3S+. The 22" x 2.75" tire absorbs most bumps on chewed up NYC streets like they don't even exist! The Monster at 22" (some car tire sizes) feels the most solid and safest I've ridden in NYC street traffic. Where on a 14"-18" I tend to ride a 50/50 mix of sidewalks & street traffic, on this 22", I find myself preferring regular streets (not that you can't ride comfortably amongst pedestrians, which I regularly do as well). Initial acceleration is slow (obviously due to weight), but top end acceleration is excellent! (don't ask me toppest of top speeds, I am allergic to concussions). Both me and @logos122 felt the Monster's hardness / response was significantly harder than the super-soft MSuper3S+. Maneuvering and turning require much more exaggerated upper body / hip movement / counterbalance. Movements are obviously slower, due to the Monster's weight, but I can maneuver just fine, as with any EUC, just, again, slower. Slower braking obviously necessitates greater anticipation time. It is what it is. Range seems consistent, trail and body weight proportional (my weight: 170 lbs), with what Ian reports in the SpeedyFeetUK video review Typical Gotway no-frills: headlight is weak sauce (just shows others you exist. the V5F+/V8 headlight is at least 3x brighter) battery meter is the dual function rear brake light, ala ACM, impossible to see while riding, *ugh. no trolley solution (actually, I can understand, as the average trolley might succumb to the Monster's weight). rolling the Monster around is similar to rolling my KS-18A around; the handle height is just short enough that I personally have to hunch a bit. As I have yet to invest in a proper selfie-stick / GoPro rig, here is a vid @logos122 made of the Monster:
  6. 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.
  7. So it seems to be already "revealed" at official IM website: http://www.imscv.com/en/inmotion/v8 Please share your thoughts (though you might have already in other two threads here). As all the published pictures so far seems to be just computer renders it's a bit hard to say for sure what material are the top "cushions" made of but hopefully it's at least thick silicon coated plastic. Also it's fairly unclear where the battery pack pops out from but hopefully from opposite of the trolley handle. And finally - it looks like without LEDs on it might have smooth coherent black surface so let's just hope one of the possible "colour" choices will be black / off The review is further down the thread at below post:
  8. Hey guys, I just received my shiny new wheel this morning - courtesy of Linnea Lin! As the title goes, I got the IPS 191, or Xima Lhotz with a 340Wh battery. First Impressions: The 16 inch wheel looks a whole lot larger than the 14 inch Gotway MCM2s that I own. It's far more aesthetically pleasing and I'd put it above the Ninebot in terms of its exterior qualities. The front/back/side lights look really nice in dim/low lighting and can be turned on/off through the XIMA App. I took the wheel for a fairly long ride (25KM) after a short charge to full battery (arrived at about 80% charge) and it's safe to say that I'm very impressed. I've tried out a wide range of wheels; owning 3, and I would say this is the best of the bunch (although the most expensive). FEATURES Speed: The top speed I was able to achieve was roughly 19KM/hr as indicated both through the XIMA App and Runtastic. It's also good to note that the App doesn't exaggerate the speed unlike that of the Gotway one. At top speed, the pedals are definitely raised back and it can be a bit uncomfortable riding for long distances. I can confirm that the wheel may be unlocked to 30KM/hr via the app as there is an option to do so but only after the total mileage exceeds 100KM. Control: The wheel accelerates with ease, and is fairly 'hard' (comparable to Madden Mode), while also being extremely stable. What I REALLY love though, is the way it turns. On my previous wheels, turning is mostly mechanical - I'd bend one knee, swivel my hips etc, and the wheel turns as I physically force it to. On the Lhotz, you don't control the wheel - the wheel controls you. There is no need for heavy leg movement or motion - the wheel is extremely responsive and guides itself in the direction you subtlely lean/point towards. It's a very different experience and took maybe a minute to get used to - but it feels great. Probably something to do with the control software. Power: They say the wheel has a 1000W max output but I feel like that's more of a sustained/nominal figure. Maybe it's because I haven't pushed it beyond the 20KM/hr unlock but going uphill at my current speed feels like the wheel isn't even doing any work. It's so effortless and quiet. Decelerating is just as smooth, but I almost fell once because I tried to push back really fast while the pedals where leaning heavily backward. Range: I achieved a good 25 KM of riding distance with about 30% battery remaining. The area I was travelling within did have a number of long, medium gradients though. I'm 185 CM tall weighing roughly 80 - 85 KGs depending on whether I've been eating much during the week. I hope this range doesn't decrease once I unlock the 30 KM/hr and ride at higher speeds. Build Quality: The case looks and feels very durable. pedals are pretty standard, but have this weird opening/closing mechanism that doesn't rely on magnets. It requires a little more force to pull them down and up but this has yet to be an annoyance. The wheel makes no noise turning on/off, and the lights look fantastic in dim/low lighting. NEGATIVES: - I really don't like the tilt-back mechanism, but that's probably a matter of taste. However, leaning back at high speeds with the pedals tilted feels a little dangerous as it's easy to fall backwards off the wheel. After experimenting though, I found that I could simply use my midsection to lean rather than entire upper body, and this would mitigate the balancing issue. Maybe I just lack experience with tilt-back EUCs (I sold my Airwheel X8 a week after purchasing it) and had no idea what I was doing. Still quite unnerving the first time though. - Damn you IPS, you're really going to make me ride for 100 KMs before I get my speed back up??? - There is no higher battery option than 340Wh. I would have loved a 680 Wh capacity on this thing. - It's about 2 KG heavier than the MCM2s. Thing is, it actually feels nicer to carry due to the ergonomic handle. No idea why. Props for the design IPS. - I really hope IPS develops the app to control both tilt-back and beeping. The beeping is not loud at all, but being able to switch the earlier beeps off when cruising at say 25 KM/hr would be nice. VERDICT: 10/10 Would buy again. Soooo underrated - in fact I couldn't find a single review of it online. Awesome design, very safe, very well constructed. Can't wait to hit some higher speeds! Just 75 KM more to go smile emoticon I intend to charge it back up and take it for another 25 KMs this afternoon. DISCLAIMER: I don't work with any EUC companies, and do not endorse any products for financial reasons/benefits. Thanks for reading! I'll post another review once I unlock the 30KM/hr speed.
  9. The ninebot one series single-wheel cars produced by ninebot Inc. have come out for more than one year. During this period, this series have developed from the model-C, the enhanced version of model-C, model-C+, model- E, customized version of model- E, model- E+, to the final version of ninebot one P. If someone collects all the seven models single-wheel cars, maybe can summon the manage Mr. Wang ye of the ninebot Inc, aha. Among all the nenebotone series on the market, the top-level version of model-P is the most respected and mysterious. There were 10 single-wheel cars in private beta launched in September , 2015 and 10 ones in public beta restarted in January 2016. While there were only 18 single-wheel cars in the hands of players. The other two were left in factory to adjust and improve timely when players test by themselves. As a single-wheel car enthusiast, I was very lucky to win the experience qualification of model-P in public beta. Also, I can share my true feelings and experience with you within a month. I feel very lucky and happy to open the black and mysterious Ninebotone P for everyone. 1:Improvement of appearance Ninebot one P inherits the beauty and comfort of one series and on this basis, turns the classic porcelain beautiful shell of one series into the black transparent cool shell. The white plastic bag side pad is also wrapped by a layer of black leather, which makes the whole body evolve into a black ghost. 2: Using laser to engrave the Chinese characters we want on the surface is to show the unique of every model-P in public beta. 3:Original strip-shaped anti-skid pedal was also improved into intensive anti-skid pedal. But to the players’ experience, the anti-skid property did not improve significantly and especially slippery when dipped water. A skilled player will buy themselves sandpaper to enhance the property of the anti-skid. 4:The one series are easily stained with dust. Even if you clean the outermost shell, you will find the inside are stained with a lot of dust when unfold the lamp ring and the shell. Especially the marquee circle is difficult to clean well. This is the common failing of electric tools. It is impossible to completely dustproof. 5:Summary: for the appearance, the new one P makes the reset and improvement on the base of the original one series. The visual black appearance let people feel it is smaller than the white one as the top-level version of one series, I think such a change can exhibit its unique. 6:This model-P in public beta used the improved control. Compared to the pipe 12MOS of model-E+ and the 10 model-P in private beta in September 2015, the model-P in public beta simplify itself into pipe 6MOS. But its single power increased greatly (but for the heat and the body temperature, we feel the rejection of heat is worse than pipe 12MOS. Which is better or worse can be drawn after using). The battery of model-P is the LG lithium battery model-hG3s, 3 ~ 3.1AH, 30A continuous discharge. I advise you to forget DIY. It is very dangerous to DIY such a huge current of battery. This battery has the highest performance currently with a low output. 7:Model-P with 800W power dishful hub motor is far greater than 500W power of model-E+ and model-E, which makes it become the maximum power of a dark horse of the one series. As for the 500W power motor of E+, I think it is not comparable to that of model-P. Mr. Wang ye said, the limit of the model-P (spin or not) is more than 50 yards. Now to consider the safety, 28 yards rocker and the set of 31 yard cannot accelerate is far below the So I think model-P is a sleeping lion and is not expected to wake up... 8:The labeling of battery is 340WH [30 (one) *3.7 (V) *3 ~ 3.1 (AMP) =333 ~ 344.1Wh (WH)]. To the most concerned endurance of battery life, I believe everyone has the answer. A standard weight person can run 35 km generally at a speed of 15km / h in the condition of common temperature, flat, no wind and. The endurance is bound to be greatly reduced with low temperature, windy, sudden acceleration, sudden deceleration, up and down the hills and so on; 9:Compared to the 10 single-wheel cars one series model-P in private beta, the 10 ones in public beta have upgraded the motherboard to make the performance more excellent. The speed waned when it reached 25km / h in the mode of high-speed closed in the APP. The speed waned when it reached 28km / h in the mode of high-speed open in the APP. When I maintain the speed above 27km/h in the road, I feel comfortable and ride fast. It is faster than general electric vehicles. But battery life is down to below 20km. The instantaneous speed can reach above 31km/h in visual. I did not go on the screenshot. It cannot be accelerated any more. Although the speed and the endurance of battery life have been greatly improved, but the unacceptable design is: the speed is about 20km/h when the power between 20 and 30%. When power is between 10 and 20%, the speed is below 12km/h. When power is below 10%, it can't ride! So only when power is between 30 and 100% I can ride in high speed. This limit significantly reduces speed advantage of the model-P! (Display on stress, and the biggest difference from the other one models the endurance of battery life and speed!!!) 10:Riding and controlling: The ONE series adopt the hub motor to make the riding comfortable and quiet. It doesn’t need battery with high requirements. Its power is less than GT. Accelerate and decelerate speed are not very fast. But compared to the one model-E vehicle ( I own a model-E before, easy to contrast), model-P is more steady. It accelerates and decelerates speed more smoothly. The riding has been significantly improved. Walking past the barricades and potholes at a faster speed in general is no problem. But riding at low speed with 12 ~ 8 yards, it will produce a resonance phenomenon between the body and the foot and the comfort degree is obviously decreased. 11:APP Software: The name of the software is Ninebot with a symbol of 9. All the balance cars of ninebot Inc use this APP (include big nine and mini). Now my balance car is the latest version of the v1.3.5 and is first to connect Bluetooth whose password is 000000. After a successful connection, there is no need to input it next; however, it is not recommended to modify the password. Because this needs re-enter your password to connect every time, which is much complicated! 12:Home interface is simple and beautiful and is a circle speed table without movement, which looks like a handsome racing-car code table. Lock key is in the middle. It can make the little ONE powered off, and then it will stay there quietly. If it is touched, it will shake and whistle flash in order to warn and notice. Even it is stolen the thief can’t ride it in addition to change the motherboard. One end of the table is percentage of surplus power. You can clearly know the remaining capacity from the lights that boot marquee displays. The left corner bottom is a small speed limit (the fastest limit to 12km/h). 13:Stroking upward follow the arrows, you will find the speed, riding time, the total mileage, body temperature and other detailed information. You can also easily find the methods of adjusting lamp color without superfluous details. On the display of speed, it is basically true and has no vacuity compared with walker APP. 14:Playability and Portability: imitation leather side cushion is more spacious and comfortable. But it doesn’t fit well with the calf (shorter). So when you play single leg cycling and other artistic movements, it will rub leg, which make the movements are difficult to display. Including the problem of rubbing wheels when you play single foot riding in one series, but in P series this problem remains unresolved, which results in low playability. 15:I believe the big size and heavy weight measured 13.8 kg are hard to afford to a lot of boys. The design of hidden handle is unique and in good quality. Even there is only one single side attached to the body. But you needn’t worry about the problem of breaking in the long run; but because of the poor portability, your hand will get tired and then slide down after a long time handle, which doesn’t meet the human hand comfort. Of course, if you don't worry about damaging round appearance of the ONE series. Install accessories such as the bar, headlights, parking frame are very good choices, which will greatly improve its portability and safety. 16:The most important is safety (say three times when important) (1) Low speed power off only has relationship with force (torque of car), which means in low speed condition only slam acceleration will cause power outages and gentle start is a correct choice. (2) Speeding rocker will make you unable to accelerate. (When in high speed, the rocker will slowdown. but your body is forward due to the acceleration. the car will be slightly down again and then up rise, which makes you cannot continue to speed. This design is very useful but harmful. You will rush with poor controlling. Unbelievable... ) (3) There is no need to talk about speed limit. Please cherish life and do not test the limits of the car. (4) The model-P is high-speed vehicle. So the continuous climb will make the body temperature rise rapidly. The temperature may reach 75℃ when climb the mountain, which will lead to the motherboard burned out. (5) If the front and rear pendulum work for a long time, it will also cause the body temperature rise to 75℃ and then burn out the motherboard or wiring. (6) We must pay attention to the night riding. Even the model-P also has no front and rear lights. So we must be caution when night riding. You’d better mount headlights, about which the 9th forum has many posts. I do not repeat them. (7)I haven’t ridden model-P in stormy weather. But for the same type model-E, I have ridden no matter in rainy or sunny. The waterproof performance is worthy of recognition. Summary of safety: the riding players of this kind car must remember that do not accelerate and decelerate rapidly in any speed mode generally in order to avoid power off. And also, please don’t test the limit of single wheel easily in case of unnecessary damage. Buy Ninebot One P
  10. I’m going give a head to head comparison between the IPS Lhotz 340 and the T680+(a.k.a. “Tank” or 151/152, or T500 which is mentioned on the box; the fine art of marketing cleary has not trickled down to IPS yet ). I’ll split the review up in several parts, as this will make it easier to comment and/or ask questions. After combing through most threads on brands, BMS, motor, battery, FP or not to FP, etc., I count myself lucky to have bought a Lhotz340Wh (older version with torque biased motor, limited to 20KmH) august last year. So why did I buy the IPS 680+? Lhotz Design: The broader (2,5inch) and larger tyre which actually makes the wheel around >1inch bigger than the one of th IPS680+ results in good traction and stability. It has relatively long pedals (22cm, you can scrape the corner of the pedals on the ground in tight turns) so you can place your feet exactly where you want them depending on what you want to do, which improves control over the wheel. The pedals are made of solid painted aluminum, they are not that thick and I tend to feel some flex (real flex or the hinges, fixtures?). Because of the paint the pedals are quite slippery when wet, this is nothing a patch of skate board tape cannot cure. The body (15cm wide) tapers off towards the edges and there’s no protruding battery housing at the top, so there’s room for the inner side of your calfs (no pressure) and you can put your feet close to the center which is great for stability and control. As a consequence the biggest pressure is on the inside of the ankles instead of the calfs. There’s here and there in strategic places soft rubber-like bright red padding (the brownread stuff on the pictures is my doing), with a high friction surface which is great for improving control over the wheel. The case has broad cut-outs front and back, so negotiation small obstacles like branches on the road poses no problem at all. The Lhotz is very sturdy by design, no rattles or creaks if you pressure it, and the handle is stainless steel so it doesn’t break even if you wheel bounces downhill without you. This all comes at a weight penalty of course: 14 kg. The round stainless tube of which the handle is made doesn’t improve the weight perception when carrying it, it’s slippery and cold in winter (I’m now using a samsonite belt to carry it). I don’t understand why IPS put a plastic slide-on charging port cover on it, which doesn’t stick for more than a minute. To save weight perhaps, really??? (I replaced it by an aftermarket metal screw cap)The battery charger is a very light box with an active cooling system (which doesn’t inspire a lot of trust, what happens if the ventilator dies?), and a US style wall plug (an EU adapter was sold separately) Verdict: Excellent Lhotz Safety: The Lhotz has enough torque to cope with my 100Kg adequately but it’s not perfect, I’ve had 2 FP, 1 overtorqueing when acceleration too fast from standstill, and 1 on a slight downward slope riding in a pit when at it’s cruising speed. When I push the weel, I can feel it (the motor?) struggling and (I believe) the BMS sometimes cuts in fractions of a second when the battery is drained too fast. I’ve experienced no BMS cut-outs though; when the batt level decreases the pedals start tilting at lower speeds and the weel starts beeping if you try to push it, even at very low speeds the tiltback is quite strong so there seems to be plenty of reserve programmed into the BMS. Therefor I would consider the Lhotz by design a relatively safe wheel, the flipside is that below 50% batt level the wheel is no fun to ride at all, and it’s game over below 30%. Verdict: Very good Lhotz Range/speed: Even with the torque biased motor, limited to 20KmH, it doesn’t feel that stable at the 17KmH cruising speed (see safety topic above). At 17KmH cruising speed, it drains 50% of the battery in about 12km. I live in a small village, and for shopping, the library, public administration, etc. I have to commute to the main village of the region which is at 5km one way. 12Km max range is not enough, driving around a bit for the shopping, windy conditions, low temp, and I barely can get home. There’s no fun in carrying a 14kg wheel, believe me, this causes me quite a bit of range anxiety. My wife already had to come and ‘save’ me by car, because I forgot the evening before that I rode just a very short distance and didn’t charge it to a full 100% (I try to avoid this because it’s not good for the battery). So if a guy of my size needs a cruising range of >15Km at a cruising speed of 20-25KmH, 340Wh is nearly not enough. Adequate. Which brings me to my choice of the T680+: Looking around, I saw no 16” alternatives from a reputed brand with such a big battery and a proven design (the KS16 is brand new). With the T680+ I hope to find (almost) the same build quality, high torque motor, and decent safety features, all this for a price of 1,129.- USD (delivery and taxes included) delivered to my door in Belgium straight from the IamIPS factory in just 12 days.
  11. Recommend index: ★★★★ Test period: 30 days Preface:What is the most handsome car, wheelbarrow. I'm very glad to participate in the test of Ninebot One S2 . The personal views of One S2 are as follows: Appearance: ★★★★★ Charming, stylish and exquisite. The first time I saw it, I couldn't help holding it. S2 in lights still maintained the charming aperture of Ninebot One, especially at night, far away to see a handsome halo, turns head high. Far away you can see the handsome halo. Heads will turn as it in the street. In terms of the shell, S2 also has a lot to create space, and the shell can be DIY. This design is adhering to the design concept of Ninebot , With Ninebot words:” We are responsible for developing production and you are responsible for creating.” Riding comfort: ★★★★★ Riding is smooth, 14 inch car can shuttle in free in the crowd. Under the double electric power, straight down the steps without any pressure. In the climbing test, S2 did not let people disappoint. Beijing overpass normal slope should be about 20 °-25 °, it is easy to go up, there is no phenomenon of slipping, the power and the grip of the tires are good performance. Endurance: ★★★★ In the 10 days prior to the test of using single cell, either in life or on power output can’t meet me this super fans. Because commuting, plus battery using attenuation in winter, riding 13 km or so shows low battery, if the whole can ride at a constant speed to 15 km. Fortunately, S2 can increase the battery module, and when I sleep single battery has already can't satisfy the I, I apply to the company for a piece of pool on the car, and through the APP to upgrade the firmware, and sure enough, power and range is very large, the high speed riding 27 km, uniform driving to riding around 30 kilometers, S2 can add battery this really good, the novice can select a single cell, learn to add a battery can be upgraded to high version, very convenient. Weight: ★★★★★ Whether it is a single battery or a dual battery, the weight of S2 is completely within the acceptable range, even for women, it is very easy to carry on walking, this is a great breakthrough in the balance of the car industry, I understand the current industry can be upgraded to the battery and also such a light car really did not. Hardware: ★★★★ This design that S2 handle picked up after the power to stop is very good, I played a lot of balanced cars, this car should feel most secure in the industry. For beginners, the S2 shell removal may be a little more difficult, you need some skills, if you are too hard to damage the enclosure. Overall, the car is the most comfortable car I rode, no one. Wish Ninebot is getting better and better, looking forward to review new products next time.
  12. review

    I've had the Airwheel x3 since early fall, and I have quite a bit to say on this product. The Airwheel x3 was introduced to me last summer, and after riding for several hours, I was hooked! I purchased one from him and was zooming around while getting the hang of it. I never walk anywhere now, it feels good. After riding for about a week, I felt a cohesion between me, and my Uni. The product is performs great, and It took me until recently to feel "limited" by an entry level model. The Airwheel x3 is a great entry level product, I would recommend to anybody looking for short distance transportation, or looking for a fun time. 10/10 would recommend to my friends!
  13. My First Hoverboard (New Ride Technologies Model - Black Hoverboard 6.5 inch) Website I used to buy it: http://newridetechnologies.com Just to start off I wanted to write about my experience with my first hoverboard. I wanted a hoverboard for a while, I saved up and did some research on which board would be the fastest and most reliable. I narrowed it down to a few boards but decided to go with New Ride Technologies because of the price and the board modifications that provide three levels, beginner, intermediate and advanced. I started off using the beginner level, after a few minutes I actually found my self switching to the intermediate and advanced as It was very easy to learn with the youtube videos new ride has online. Now to go into the specifics. Pros: The board came quickly with free shipping. I was shocked. I did not check the exact speed of the hoverboard but I know it is very fast!! Cons: Bottom got scratched a little when I was riding very fast and didn't realize I went over rocks. Over all i love hoverboards and want togged more!
  14. Wanted to share my most recent review of the new wheel by SCV. We recently tested the extended battery model of InMotion V5+ + The button on the handle is still an MVP + The pads for calves are super soft, with extra pack of ankle pads + Pedals are quite high and the software uses this advantage quite well - Even the bigger 280Wh battery doesn't do the trick - Speed maxed at 18 km/h is still there (I really hope that they decide to unlock a higher speed later) What are your thoughts? Is this going to be a major player for EUC market? Check out the full article I wrote for Project42 here: https://proj42.co.uk/project42-blog/195_inmotion-v5-electric-unicycle-review
  15. I purchased a Solowheel three years ago and have used it almost daily since then, riding approximately 25 km/week. I love my Solowheel and thoroughly enjoy riding it. I am also quite impressed with the device’s durability. My only mechanical problem with the Solowheel has been a single flat tire, which is a little tricky to replace. I learned to be careful to keep the tire pressure up. In year three, I thought my battery was breaking down because after only a 6 km ride, the red battery-warning light would start to flash. Quite by accident, I discovered the tire pressure was low, and when I refilled it the battery range problem went away. I should mention that I am very careful, every night, to put the Solowheel on it’s charger and. I understand that keeping a full charge as much as possible helps the lithium batteries. So, in late 2015 I decided to look at upgrading my Solowheel to a newer model. Of course, in three years quite a bit of product development had occurred and there were more competitive choices in the marketplace. I did some online research but unfortunately, many of the manufacturer’s sales documents were poorly written and online reviews were often written by people with little riding experience or experience with only one model. After considering several options, I decided to try the Ninebot Uni E+ model - although it seemed somewhat a gamble as I had seen both positive and negative comments about it online. So, after riding the Ninebot for a few months and accumulating 130 km of travel I am in a good position to review it, at least in comparison with the Solowheel. The Solowheel presents several great features. The device is very well built and has proven quite durable. Battery performance has been excellent. I find the Solowheel speed and balance good. The carrying handle is integrated into the body and functions quite well when picking up the unit, and especially after stepping off the Solowheel when finishing a ride. In general, I find I can ride about 4 km before my feet tire of the standing position and I need to step off and relax the muscles a couple minutes before resuming. The main Solowheel disadvantage - price. I originally purchased mine for $1800. The equivalent model now looks priced around $1400. The Ninebot E+ unit boasts of higher speed, longer range and is priced around $900. Out of the box, it certainly looks good with a more futuristic-looking outer shell and integrated LED lights. It was also noticeably heavier than my Solowheel - as disclosed online in the specifications. With my Solowheel experience, I was able to ride the Ninebot immediately. True to specification, it certainly rides faster than the Solowheel at top speed. In fact, I find the Ninebot top speed uncomfortably fast for “cruising” but nice when you need a burst of speed to pass walkers/bikers. I have confirmed the longer battery range and the bluetooth connected iphone app is very handy to check battery status. Some other observations. First, the position of the pedals on the Ninebot angle up slightly compared to the Solowheel and I found the Ninebot weight to be carried a little higher (probably due to larger motor or batteries). Both these differences took some time to get used to and I initially found them less comfortable than the Solowheel. However, now I no longer notice the difference. I also found I needed to add a little extra padding to the Ninebot where my legs touched the side of the unit. Helpfully, the padding was included in the box. Most unexpectedly, I continue to find the Ninebot seems more stable when riding at very slow speeds compared to the Solowheel. I’m not sure the reason, but if I have to slow down behind some walkers, waiting to pass them, the Ninebot is more stable and easier to maneuver at these lower speeds. On the downside, my Ninebot arrived with a very low tire pressure. The instructions are included to add air, but it requires taking off the plastic cover and this is not trivial. Without care, the “snap tabs” holding the cover on can break. I am not sure how many cycles of remove/reinstall those tabs will take. I don’t suspect very many. Also, the Ninebot comes with a recessed handle built into the body. This looks very nice and functions alright (some reviews have warned the handle can break too easily) but I find it very inconvenient when stepping off the unit at the end of a ride to try and grab this recessed handle. It works much better when simply moving the unit around, into and out of the car for example. Finally, my bluetooth connection with the Ninebot only works about 75% of the time. I have no idea why. For that reason, I am afraid to put a digital lock “code” on the unit or even update the firmware for fear that I end up with a unusable “brick”. Some online reviewers have mentioned firmware updates can be tricky. It appears the only manufacturer’s support originates from very far away in China. On the other hand, I can see no pressing reason to update the firmware. The Ninebot really seems to work great! So to summarize, I am really impressed with the overall technology in both these units. Each product works as advertised and makes a great short-distance transportation unit. I especially love how I can put these units into my car, using them for easy-transit around my destination, or carry them into a building. The range and speed options are quite suitable and recharging is relatively quick (a couple hours in both cases). I recommend either unit to interested buyers.
  16. Hello guys, I want to give you the information that we started a project about Hoverboard Reviews, Comparisons, News and so on in German Language. If you are interested, you can visit our page eHoverboard.de and check out for new articles. Hope this will help you to buy your favorite scooter :-) Best regards and happy weekend!!!
  17. Check out my in depth review of the unicycle I just bought (and see me ride it!)
  18. Ive decided to share my impression of kingsong which i received about 3 weeks ago. A lot has been said already but there is a couple of little things noone has touched upon yet. I must say that i havent tried any other unicycles but kingsong 500w and kingsong 800w and ninebot for a minute only. So my review will be limited and i dont really have a way to compare the ways different wheel feel while riding, but for what its worth, here is my 2 cents Is it easy to learn? i learned to ride it quite fast , after 15 minutes of practicing along the railing, i could ride it on the sidewalk, make simple turns, and in an hour i was riding at top speed and in the dark. On the second day i could do it all, street with traffic, grass, steep hills, bad asphalt, sand, basically anything short of riding backwards and riding on one foot. On the fourth day, i took a trip from manhattan to brooklyn, about 11 miles. So , i dont know if it is the wheel or its me, but it seems quite easy to learn it. A couple of people i taught, tried for 15-20 minutes and while they couldnt ride for a long distance without grabbing on to something once in a while i could see that with a bit more time they will be able to ride. Dimensions of the wheel / comfort kingsong appears to be wider than most wheels, which i dont like in terms of aesthetics, but i believe it makes it easier to balance when you are starting out as your feet are further apart and you have more leverage. I wish the profile of it was more like ninebots, where you can sort of grab the wheel between your legs and hold it better. The soft pads on the sides, in my opinion have a flaw that they dont continue down low enough and you end up banging on the foot bone that sticks out ( i keep forgetting the name). So the first two weeks it was messed up pretty bad and bleeding. It does go away over time, but i wish they could make the learning experience less painful. Some changes definitely need to be made to the padding. I also wish the pedals were a bit wider which is important when you are learning, as your feet will hurt oike crazy and having more support is important reliability i havent tried other wheels but to me this appears to be one of the most reliable wheels out there. There is 2 levels of high speed beep warnings and the the tilt back. Tilt back is very comfortable and will not throw you off the wheel. You will have about 5 seconds to get off it while the pedals are tilting. And actually if you start slowing down, the tilt back will stop and you can keep riding. In some cases they go back to their normal position and you can just keep riding. Very nice tilt back. tilt back also occurs on slower speeds at lower battery levels. If the motor draws a lot of power of lower battery the pedals tilt back. You feel very protected with this wheel and it appears that it will not let the power cut ever. You also have tilt back on overheating. With my weight, it occurs after about 40 minutes of continuous driving if the temperature is high. Occurs less in the evening when its cooler. You then need to wait a couple of minutes before you can ride again. Is it a ggod thing or a bad thing? Well depends on how you look at it. I wonder what other wheels do. Id rather have the high temp cutoff than let the wheel overheat. Battery has a big safety margin so it appears that its a safety feature designed to not allow you to run out of power and to avoid accidental cutoff. In summary, i ve ridden the wheel a lot not and never had a cut off, and the wheel felt very reliable. power the wheel has a lot of power, its very agile and can take steep hills. I rode 500w for a day and actuall rode it alongside 800 to compare and it felt the same in terms of power when i rode normally, but in terms of steep hills the power of 800w really shines. I can easily take what seems to be 20-25 degree slopes with acceleration. Riding experience overall a very nice riding experience. Doesnt wobble even at high speeds. Very consistent performance. Of course because its a 14" , i can feell all the bumps and imperfections in the road . So a bigger wheel would be better for a more comfortable ride. The wheel is quite manouverable, ive learned to ride it on sidewalks with many pedestrians, i can go as slow as i want and even stand in one spot for a second or so. It can make very tight turns also. Tire pressure affect the feel of the ride and higher pressure makes you feel all the bumps more but makes for a more solid ride. battery and mileage / charger the battery indicator has 10 bars but they go out in twos , so in reality it only has 5 positions which is enough. The battery lasts about 20 miles with my 220 lbs, which i was not happy about but i understand its consistent with the results tested for other wheels.i believe if the road conditions were perfect and i didnt have to brke and accelerate, id squeeze about 25 miles out of the wheel. Higher tire pressure will give you more mileage the battery behaves quite interestingly. When youve been riding non stop or climbing hiils it shows less power left, but if you leave it off for a while, the battery "recuperates" a bit and start showing higher percentage left. battery takes about 6 to 6.5 hours to charge. One little issue is with the charger. The cord connection to charger could be better. If you dont push it all the way i can hear the sparks flying at the connection. Also the plastic of the charger case got distorted a bit from overheating. I believe what happened was it wasnt lying on the correct side while charging and overheated, this shouldnt happening, they should look into that. Trolley handle this is a must have.
  19. So I just finished day four of my first ever EUC riding. I thought it might be helpful for new beginners to see what my experience was like. This has been quite a journey! So first, about the hardware: king song ewheel.com exclusive 800w 840wh 14" model with all the new features, thanks to Jason Mcneil! I received it in one business day on December 31st. It shipped from Florida and I live in Phoenix. In the box is the standard stuff, but no wrist guards. Also, this new model with 840wh battery does NOT have the USB charging port even though the manual says that it does. I can't seem to get the Bluetooth speakers to work, so I wonder if this feature was left off of this model as well. I can connect to the app but not play any music. I'm using an iPhone 6S Plus. Also, if you've never owned one of these before (which I haven't- this is my first one), this unit is heavy! I'm not actually sure exactly how heavy but definitely 30 pounds. I would recommend that a beginner start with a lighter unit. The weight, coupled with my inability to ride or balance it, made for a very steep learning curve. Aesthetically it doesn't compare to something like the IPS zero or ninebot, but man is it solid and feels like high quality. In four short days I have managed to mangle the holy heck out of it, but I've already made peace with that. So on to my learning experience. Let me start off by saying that I'm 28 and about 160lbs, 6' tall with no experience and relatively out of shape. This machine was HARD to learn! Both my friend and I were so discouraged after two days of practice that I almost gave up, which wasn't really an option when you consider how expensive this unit was. Let's go by days: Day 1- mostly riding around inside with my hands on either side of a hallway. Couldn't go two feet without crashing and leaving black tire marks all over the carpet. I would suggest not riding inside especially on carpet. Played around for about 3 hours total this day and never went outside. Day 2- tried to go outside for the first time with the help of my friend. I held onto his arm and tried to learn my balance. Any time I let go of his hand I would immediately crash. Did this for about 2.5 hours with little success. Day 3- this day I decided to try on my own and was mounting using my hand on my garage door as support. Felt comfortable going forwards and backwards while keeping my hand on the wall. My driveway is small though so after I would let go I would have a very small area in which to ride before I hit a wall, car, or bush. Made very little progress so I tried going out into the street. Was able to ride maybe 10' before falling. I had a safety belt on this entire time as well, so it was physically exhausting falling so many times and having to essentially lift the unit so that it didn't go spinning out of control. I had to give up due to exhaustion. Note that the pedals hit my legs in multiple places and I have many nasty bruises from this day. Day 4- this was today and boy let me tell you did it feel good. I decided to go to a park with my friends and my dad. The park had huge flat grass fields which was ideal for me to learn on for a few reasons: 1, I didn't have to wear the safety strap which was a huge plus. 2, when I crashed I could simply walk off and not worry about too much damage to the unit, and 3, when I crashed it hurt a lot less. Today I was able to learn to ride and successfully mounted on my own and rode for 600' without falling off. It felt so good! I finally found some semblance of balance and not having obstacles in my way was the biggest help. I'm now trying to learn to turn which is hard but I'm getting the hang of it. So, I thought I would share some tips that helped me and might help you too. 1. Wear safety gear! I wore a helmet, wrist guards, knee pads, elbow pads, and then I took two full sized towels, folded them and wrapped them around my legs, taped them together at the seams, and put stretchy pajama pants on over this. Yes I looked ridiculous but I avoided all further injuries from the unit spinning and clipping my legs. Also, the towels are somewhat heavy so it doubled as strength training for your legs. I've found that I'm working out muscles I never knew I had and each day these muscles are becoming stronger, helping me to get better. But PLEASE wear wrist guards. I would have had some nasty scrapes if it wasn't for those. 2. Don't try to learn in small places. The house, hallways, driveways, and small crowded streets are all terrible places to learn. You can't get a sense of how to ride without being able to careen off in any direction for a long time. This was the biggest help in my learning. 3. Having a friend hold your hand is OK but it's better to practice mounting yourself, as this is the hardest part. I would mount and dismount dozens of times to try to get the feel for it. Along with this, if your foot isn't in the right position simply dismount and try again. Foot placement is key and when you're learning you won't be able to adjust your feet while riding. 4. When you fall, roll with the fall to minimize injury. 5. If you don't want a scratched unit, buy some cheap yoga mats and pad the heck out of it. Also, buy some sidewalk or skateboard grip tape to put on the pedals. most importantly don't give up!!! I truly didn't think I could learn this but after today I feel much more confident. Just keep at it, accept that you WILL crash, and be confident in your wheel. Confidence and relaxing is huge. I havent had a chance to take any video yet but hopefully I can soon. If you have any questions please feel free to ask!
  20. Hi Everyone, Here is an unboxing video for the 'Q3 2 Wheel Self Balancing Scooter'. Hope you enjoy watching it! Unboxing Q3 2 Wheel Balancing Electric Scooter Video
  21. So on the 4th day from receiving my Lhotz, I managed to score 100KM worth of riding distance! The app no longer had the 30KM/hr option greyed out and locked. Shit was getting real. Needless to say, I immediately put this baby on a full charge and took her for that 30KM/hr test that Ive been waiting for. First of all - is it just me, or does 18KM/hr and 20KM/hr feel VERY different? It is good to note that the first beep doesn't really come into effect until roughly beyond 22-23 KM/hr, which is already a fairly fast yet comfortable speed to ride at. Either way, I found that the beeping is no where near as loud and annoying as the one on my Gotway, but it's still definitely noticeable and serves as a caution nonetheless. The beeping becomes more rapid as you hit 25KM/hr, and becomes continuous at 27KM/hr with the beginning of the tilt-back function. To be honest, I haven't ever taken a wheel beyond this speed, so I can't yet comment on how the tilt-back feels on the Lhotz at past 27KM/hr. I don't wear protective gear and instinct forces me to stay at or below 25KM/hr. I don't think i'll ever convince myself to perform a maximum speed test. I like to think of myself as a very safe rider who enjoys a bit of (comfortable) speeding every now and then. The power of the Lhotz is remarkable. I can easily accelerate to 25KM/hr (and beyond if I wanted to) uphill. The battery seems to drain at the same rate per kilometre at higher speeds as before. There are; however, some definite negatives regarding the Lhotz that Ive come to realise after unlocking the higher speed. - I originally stated that the Lhotz feels 'hard', comparable to Madden mode on the Gotway. I have since changed my opinion on this; the Lhotz is definitely on the softer side. This leads to my next issue... - A 'soft' wheel doesn't brake as well as a 'hard' wheel! At high speed, the Lhotz doesn't stop nearly as quickly as the Gotway MCM2s. Also, the fact that the pedals are tilted back slightly near 27KM/hr means that it almost feels dangerous to attempt rapid braking. I'm definitely no advocate of tilt-back, but this could change depending on how the KS 800W implements it. I'll be in possession of one in the very near future. - The stupid charging port rubber cover/cap thing still refuses to stay on! Arghhhh tongue emoticon Need to find a solution for this haha So there you have it. The Lhotz is an amazing wheel that has many advantages over competing models and brands, while still having some setbacks. I really hope that IPS can allow us to configure our own tiltback settings (including the option of removing it altogether). It's really an eyecatcher though, when you have those bright, red, spinning side-lights on as you coast down a city street in the dark. If I could suggest some improvements, they would be the following: - Higher battery capacity! This is a must! 680Wh or NOTHING for me from now on smile emoticon - Personal tilt-back/beeping configuration in the app - LED color selection (oh man... this would be the NUTS) - A stronger motor is never a bad thing (although this is probably asking for just a tad much considering how good it already is) - An easily attachable/removable trolley handle/device. - Fix your damn charging port covers!!! Thanks again for reading!