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  1. No issues at all. It is a solid wheel. Never had any problems with it, at all. One thing is important to note: It is an old-school style electric unicycle. It is very difficult to ride and it has, by design, an extremely soft ride mode (meaning it leans forward/backwards quite a lot more than modern wheels). Think of it like this, it is like riding one of those mechanical bulls they have people try to hang on. People used to riding Gotways, King Songs, and Ninebots would very likely need a little readjustment period to learn how to ride this wheel properly. I learned to ride with this wheel. It can be tamed!
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    Washington, DC

    Those were some beautiful nature trails! (with lots of curves and elevation changes)
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    Boston meet up

    I am interested in visiting. Any active groups?
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    Wheelers in Qubéc, Montreal / Wheelers au Québec, Montréal

    Not sure when yet. When it stops snowing of course!
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    Washington, DC

    Awesome!
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    Toronto +GTA Area, Canada

    You guys still riding frequently? (that post is years old). I'm sorta interested in visiting the region for some EUC riding. From USA.
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    Wheelers in Qubéc, Montreal / Wheelers au Québec, Montréal

    You guys also speak English? or using translator? I'm sorta interested in visiting the region for some EUC riding. From USA.
  8. Updated thread to reflect that one of the wheels was sold.
  9. The wheel itself is intact. It has the following problems: One of the two music speakers doesn’t work because the cable was cut. I never bothered to repair it. It is an easy fix. You’d need a new tiny cable like the one attached to the other speaker. The shell is intact, but clearly roughened up. One side bends closer to the pedal than normal, as I had to tighten a loose axle clamp once (It can naturally loosen up over time if you jump off curbs with the wheels, Otherwise its not a problem). If it comes loose you’ll know because of a loud rattle noise, you wouldn’t actually faceplant from it. Once tightened it ran smooth again. But its something to keep an eye for, as it could happen again. The handle is fine. Another thing is that King Song uses fuses (40A) to protect the motherboard. Not a bad thing actually, just gotta keep spares around if you gonna be dropping it or doing newbie things. Fortunately they cost like 1 cent each. I’ve had to replace a fuse twice since owning the wheel. Main cause of blowing a fuse is normally by hitting anything that makes the wheel come to a sudden stop abruptly. Anyways, I have a little bag full of brand new 40A fuses, which I will give away to whoever buys the unicycle. I live outside the city. Since to carry around an extra wheel requires me to drive, I can only go there on the weekends at any hour, or, during weekdays after 7 pm.
  10. Looking to sell 2 (update: 1) of my wheels (as I own 5 wheels). These two are just taking up space at my home, as I doubt I will ride them again, therefore I am selling them for REAL CHEAP! The Solowheel includes a regular charger, and the King Song includes a fast charger. I will only sell locally in the DMV region (not shipping them anywhere). And yes, you can test ride before you buy. UPDATE: the King Song 16 has been sold. Only the SoloWheel is available.
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    Washington, DC

    I agree. They seem capable enough!
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    WTB: EUC In Washington DC / MD /VA

    The wheel itself is intact. It has the following problems: One of the two music speakers doesn’t work because the cable was cut. I never bothered to repair it. It is an easy fix. You’d need a new tiny cable like the one attached to the other speaker. The shell is intact, but clearly roughened up. One side bends closer to the pedal than normal, as I had to tighten a lose axle clamp once (It can naturally losen up over time if you jump off curbs with the wheels, Otherwise its not a problem). If it comes lose you’ll know because of a loud rattle noise, you wouldn’t actually faceplant from it. Once tightened it ran smooth again. But its something to keep an eye for, as it could happen again. The handle is fine. Another thing is that King Song uses fuses (40A) to protect the motherboard. Not a bad thing actually, just gotta keep spares around if you gonna be dropping it or doing newbie things. Fortunately they cost like 1 cent each. I’ve had to replace a fuse twice since owning the wheel. Main cause off blowing a fuse is normally by hitting anything that makes the wheel come to a sudden stop abruptly.
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    WTB: EUC In Washington DC / MD /VA

    I can sell it to you. By the way, have you rode any before or will your fist wheel also be your first time taking one for a spin?
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    WTB: EUC In Washington DC / MD /VA

    I have an old King Song 16B (840wh battery) that I am looking to get rid of. Can let you have it for that, if you're still in the market. The wheel is kinda banged up! Perfect for your purposes.
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