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Hey @chrisjunlee. Here you go. Printable vinyl roll. Not sure if this is comparable to the vinyl wraps. You'll probably have to seal it with clear coat or something similar.
After I broke my shoulder , I sold the wheel , changed the battery , because I didn't want anyone injured with my wheel, but last week I got in touch with the person who bought it , and told me , that now is having problems with the charger. Too many accidents with thee wheels , they fail very often. Chinese technology must improve and become safer !!
I spoiled my shoulder and is not going to recover . Very annoyed with the stupid way of braking my bones !! Waiting for Apple going to business !!
You get it by googling (extra) low voltage directive. Extra low voltage with low risk for electric shock is below 120V DC.
Imo hospitals/(special) laboratories use(d) 100V DC as mains for their equipment for safety.
Afair 60-70V DC is something considered as "(really) safe", except for kids, pets and damp room/enviroment.
Yes - there is no such thing as a certification for a CE sign. Just a "ruleset", which the manufacturer "promises" to comply with by putting such a sign on his device.
A cop stopped me last night after I transitioned from the sidewalk to the bike lane. Two people were engaged in conversation and blocked the sidewalk. The cop, travelling in the opposite direction, turned on his blue flashing lights, stopped me and asked 'why I was fighting' with the couple. I responded that I'd just passed them and didn't know them. Then the cop and I went separate ways.
I have a Z10 and just noticed this recently. When I make a turn, doesn't matter if its on grass or pavement, I can hear the rubber of the tire brushing up against something. It's not a constant noise but it is frequent, you can hear it probably once per rotation of the tire. As far as I can tell nothing is stuck inside the wheel. My tire is nice and firm like the day I got it. When I set the wheel on its side and rotate it, I do notice the wheel goes back and forth a little bit. Anyone have this issue before?
The funniest I had was an old lady when I was practicing "outward" one-footed riding, like when the left foot stands on the right pedal (and hence the right foot without a pedal to stand on), like
She was approaching me with question marks in her eyes and I started to explain that this was an electric unicycle and so on and so forth and she goes: yes, I know, but why are you standing on it in such a strange way?
I'm still holding out hope for one of the manufacturers producing a wheel with changing tires frequently in mind. It would be great if it was easy enough to swap tires for seasons (which we dont really have in so cal) or the terrain ya plan on riding.
I was not able to find a tire change vid for the nicola, just the one where they tear it all down. Would be nice if it split in half as easy as the MSX does but I dont think that is the case.
Still looking forward to a wobble update when you get the new tire on there!