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About Senior Coffee

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  • Birthday 06/02/1964

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    Virginia, USA
  • EUC
    Current: Ninebot Z10, Inmotion V11. Previous: Kingsong 14S, Gotway mten3, Inmotion V10

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  1. I own a Z10 as well. I still ride my Z10 because we'll it's awesome and very relavent. Plus I had to send my first V11 back and I'm still waiting on the replacement. The V11 is extremely smooth, in fact it's the smoothest wheel I've ever been on and it was extremely easy to get used to. The Z is staying in my stable.
  2. I call it D.O.C.K. Dogs Obstacles Cars Kids
  3. SBU V3 by Focus Designs in Washington State. Has 2 pedals that fold down like a regular EUC. Lean forward to go forward, lean back to slow down/stop. Batts are shot but new it had a 12 mile range. There are vids on youtube.
  4. Thx, the 2nd V11 will park next to the Z10. Might have a Onewheel on the end.
  5. Lol, thanks. At first I thought the green hose would look tacky but it grew on me pretty quick. I thought about using elec conduit but the rebar is a lot stronger.
  6. I started on a 14" wheel, couldn't ride it at all. After a couple weeks I got a 18" wheel. Could ride it immediately and have never looked back.
  7. Hello everyone. I've purchased stands for my EUC's in the past, thank you Duf. The thing is, I have to buy the correct size for the EUC and while some of them are universal, some aren't. So, I wanted to come up with a way to park my EUC's and not have to find the right size stand for it. Along with that I wanted a way to be able to have the EUC on it's stand and still be able to turn it on to adjust app settings, troubleshoot etc. I was out with the wife walking the dogs and saw a piece of 4x4 that my neighbor was throwing away which gave me an idea. The pics show what I came up with. I cut the 4x4 in half, did some measuring and drilled some holes all the way through. I bent some rebar and covered it in garden hose for protection. The rebar inserts into the holes in the 4x4 and bam, EUC parking. The setup is very stable. It's easy enough to move because the whole thing will come apart without tools. The sizing between the rebar pieces will depend on the size of your EUC's that you want to park there. I have different spacing at 8, 10, 12 and 14 inches. The final distance between the 4x4's is approx. 8 1/2". The bent rebar is approx. 20" tall. Here's the parts and pieces: (1) 12 foot piece of 4x4, free (8) pieces of 1/2" x 4' rebar, $57, I bought a couple extra in case I made a mistake bending them (1) 50 feet of 5/8" garden hose, $9 (1) 9/16" drill bit, $4 (1) Harbor Freight metal bender, $0 already owned
  8. No new info yet as to the cause of the cutout. My shoulder is much better and I've been practicing my parkour rolls daily to aid in my next fall excursion lol. I conquered "Hospital Hill" on my Z10 with no issues. Hope to have another V11 soon. It's a very smooth riding wheel.
  9. I'd also be interested in one of these. : )
  10. I don't know how this conversation got so off track. Someone suggested that I not charge at a certain charging rate because it could harm the batteries or the wheel or cause a fire. I agree that it may or may not cause harm. Whether I do charge or don't charge is none of his business or your business you have to agree with that. I don't understand why that offends you so much. If I suggest that someone heed a warning about something and they don't that's not on me, that's on them. I'm indifferent to it. I'm simply putting information out there and people can do what they want with it. With that, I'm done with this conversation. You can keep speaking all you want to about it. I hope you have a good day because mine is actually going pretty good. : )
  11. I'm open minded and listen and take in everyone's info. Whether or not I choose to do or not to do anything about the info is up to me wouldn't you agree. I can suggest all day long that people don't ride their wheels in the rain or water but it's up to them whether they do or not.
  12. I'll charge my way and others will charge their way. In the end my wheel/batteries will be fine.
  13. I should have used different wording. There will be 7.5 amps available for charging. The batteries chemistry/resistance will only allow them to charge at a certain max amp rating. We could use a 50 amp charger but the batteries are only going to take so much.
  14. Exactly. That's how I decided to mod my fast charger. I'll be charging at 7.5 amps. 🙃
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