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  1. [SOLD! Thanks for the interest!] Selling an Excellent condition, pre-owned INMOTION V5F+ Electric Unicycle. • Original wheel owner • Minor cosmetic scuffs (typical to riding) to replaceable shells • Perfect mechanical working condition • Comes with original box, manual, 2 chargers (stock 1.5A and fast 2.5A), reflective cover Asking Price: $645 (does not include shipping) Manufacturer Specifications: • Max Speed: 15.5 MPH • Max Range: 30 miles (rider weight dependent) • Max Incline: 22º • Wheel Weight: 26.5 lbs • Battery Capacity: 460 Wh • Power: 550 Watts (Nominal) https://www.ewheels.com/product/inmotion-v5f/
  2. Quick review on @Jason McNeil's (eWheels / WheelGo) 2.5A charger. Yet another prompt and fast shipment with tracking from Jason (thanks again!) obviously, much faster charging than the stock 1.5A V5 charger, feels roughly twice as fast! 60% to full charge took a hair under 30 minutes. [2.5A fast charger stats] = (6.75" x 2" x 2" / 1.6 lbs) [1.5A stock charger stats] (6.75" x 2.75" x 3.125" / 1 lb) portability-wise, not that bad a trade-off than I previously thought! great peace of mind to the buyer in that Jason has carefully spec'd the charger to be a.) safe for the battery, and b.) of solid build quality. The only real con is the audible fan noise when connected (think loud computer fan or medium whisper), but quite honestly, you probably won't be charging for that long, in relation to stock charging. Highly recommend! (might have to pick up 1 more...)
  3. Hi all, I'm reading allot of different opinions about EUC riders and what they value on a wheel and which use they give to it... although the functional design and characteristics of a unicycle is always the same. Wouldn't be a market for several types of unicycles? When I think about the EUC's comes always to my mind a Ford Model T, everyone rides more or less the same, there's not really big differences, except battery range and wheel size. What if we could have a racing wheel, an offroad wheel, commuting wheel, trick wheel, etc. No commercial interest from my side, just curiosity... but if all the business users can do something with the information i'm sure that the community can benefit. Thanks Regards, Pedro
  4. What happens to the Inmotion v5 when it leaves the ground, does it turn off in the air when jumping, hopping or dropping? I found one for $400 so I was curious how it rides.
  5. Thought about how to improve the look of scratched pedals on my Inmotion V5F+ and friend suggested I could try with some vinyl wrap. Here are some photos before and after: Think it's not bad for a first try It might even serve as protection because the wrap is quite thick.
  6. My first post here, first thanks to everybody for such interesting forum about EUs (I find quite difficult to find reliable information about EU outside this forum) I'm the happy owner of a Ninebot One C with just 3 months old (it was a present as I never think on buying and EU before). After 3 months (around 400km only as I do not have much free time) with it I still find every possible excuse to go out and ride it as it really both really practical and fun to ride. The problem is my One C is both short of speed (around 15kmh) and range (10km approx) so one of the wheel I have my eyes on is the Inmotion V5. As I live in China there are many choices but some models are just for exports (even you can still buy them in one way or in another in China, like the V5F, S2 etc.) Regarding my question, can somebody tell me which is the difference between the V5F and V5D or is just the same model with different name? For the V5F+ they improvement is on the battery right? I mean speed and power is the same, but range should increase no? Thanks!!
  7. Hey guys, I've recently purchased V5F+ and have been riding it for a month. Feels really good, although I'm started to get annoyed by the danger-notification and speed limit. I heard some news that there will be new firmware to increase the speed from 25km/h to 27km/h... So any estimate on when this gonna be available? If there's no easy answer, does anyone know how to mute the danger-notification? The app doesn't do that, affects only other sounds unfortunately. You know, I can deal with tilt-backs, just when it screams out ''danger, please slow down" every 5 meters it kinda gets to nerves Anyway, I'd be grateful if someone could let me know if this possible. Thanks
  8. Hi, I just received my V5F and I'm completely hooked, this means that I ride more and faster every time. The battery is lasting approx. 20km, doing 20-22 km/h most of the time. Still pretty far from advertised 30km, as I really want to use to commute home - work - home with just one charge, the 20km are tight. Anyone manage to upgrade the wheel with the LG MH1 cells?if so what are the costs?