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  1. Fredda66

    Sverige - Uppsala, Bålsta, Stockholm

    Hallå i vinterkylan! Någon mer än mig som har en Ninebot One Z10 i ägo? Längtar som f-n till våren/sommaren just nu. EUC åkandet är som golf för mig, det ska vara bra väder annars får det vara. Att åka på vintern känns som att det är med livet som insats Mycket imponerad av er som ger er ut på halkkörning i januari när temperaturen står på -10. Till våren och sommaren hänger jag mer än gärna med på gruppåkningar i Stockholmsområdet med omnejd. Facebook är som att sälja sitt liv till djävulen
  2. Fredda66

    Elektrisk enhjulingar Sverige lagar

    Also in Sweden, the police doesn’t know what to do, they look and you just go by (so far) just make sure you ride responsible and not like an idiot. Worst case scenario would be someone hoping off a Z10 (24 kilo) that continues and rams some innocent little kid that is out walking. Once this happens the regulations will be fast to kick in. So please ride with good margins and if your new, use the belt trick to keep you vehicle under control even when out of control.
  3. Fredda66

    Z10 need help for the first start.

    Just check this thread.
  4. Fredda66

    Brand new Z10 not charging

    So here’s an update, got shuffled around a bit when contacting Segway/Ninebot but finally got a hold of Martjin from Netherlands who gave me some good answers. Like always since they don’t sell them in Europe and this is an import from China they couldn’t help me with a battery swap. He recommended me to send it back and wait for them to be on sale in Europe later on this year and then have the possibility to use the warranty and get a “good battery”. = Most likely the machines will be banned before I get a hold of one… So I was thinking this back and forth but when looking through the French thread https://www.espritroue.fr/topic/6752-one-z-sortir-du-mode-deep-sleep-activation-batterie/ and the https://www.espritroue.fr/topic/3192-ninebot-one-z/ page with at writing a 160 pages of comments about the Nine-one-Z I’m figuring it can’t be that bad to just get the batteries going since everyone in France also seem to have “grey imported” their One-z’s. So, I did exactly this trick https://www.espritroue.fr/topic/6752-one-z-sortir-du-mode-deep-sleep-activation-batterie/ but bought the XT60 Male adapter to be sure to get good contact from the charger, I definitely don’t want to shortage the batteries or the BMS-system. 58volt 1kw is not to be played with I guess. The adapter came of Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/Male-XT60-Battery-Connector-Pigtail-Silicone-12AWG-10cm-Cable-Lead-Wire-PDB-ESC/264021461243?hash=item3d78e7c8fb:m:mRXSrDxvdpDlRdMabqKXjxg:rk:1:pf:1&frcectupt=true Attached is a picture of how this looked when completed, very careful with the cords so that there was no chance in hell it could get in contact with anything it shouldn’t. So, plugged it all in and let each of the batteries charge for exactly 2 minutes each, the charger LED turned red immediately when I attached it. After the total of 4 minutes I put the battery back in the machine and connected the white cable connectors and after that the charger started working. The lights on the battery pack started blinking blue and red, the charger kept blinking green and red for a couple of hours before turning completely red. I kept it on charge for the whole night (~8 hours) and when I woke up it was fully charged and everything seems to be working. Connected the yellow XT60 cables back and turned the wheel on, connected the app, updated the BMS firmware to 1.1.2 and now just cuddling with it for 3-4 months before spring arrives and I will get an actual chance to use the wheel. I’ll give a quick note once I’ve reached a few hundred kilometres with it and see if any problems arise. From the French thread it doesn’t seem to be likely.
  5. Fredda66

    Z10 need help for the first start.

    Since there are a lot of threads regarding this subject, I'll just cross link to another one from here.
  6. Fredda66

    Brand new Z10 not charging

    I'm going to contact Ninebot and see if they are willing to swap my battery for a new one. Since I can't ride the wheel for some time cause of winter it's really no biggie at the moment. Rather be safe than sorry. But if the Ninebot gang decides that they don't care I'm going to try the "jump start" method, since it's otherwise a totaly usless 20k investment. I'll keep this thread updated with more info as this case unfolds.
  7. Fredda66

    Brand new Z10 not charging

    I've got an Inmotion V8 charger, 84v and and IP T680+ charger ~67,2V/2A... Maybe I could hijack the IPS charger, just slicing the cables and connecting them to the XT60s and give them a little juice? Or is to high voltage worse then a little to low at this moment?
  8. Fredda66

    Brand new Z10 not charging

    Yeah, you feel just like I do. I’m thinking car battery die, you just jump start it. I have a few 12v chargers laying around, could try one of those out I guess and see if I can just get enough juice to make the charger start. You see any problems with this? I’ve got these old voltage readers, which do work when plugging them in the power outlet from the wall, and according to their scale they go down to 6v… They show absolutely nothing when I try them at the two batteries. Also afraid the battery might actually be dropping some cells here and not working like it should. Totally agree with you on the 20k part and a little annoying that customer service is totally out the window. Especially since I live I Sweden and there is absolutely no one caring about the Ninebot Z10 here. Anyways, I’ve order a M365 charger just for the sake of it, along with the XT60 males (don’t want to gamble like you did). 58V lithium batteries feel like bomb contraption to be honest so a little spark could make me homeless… CE, whats that? Since it’s probably going to be a few weeks before the charger shows up I’m just going to sit tight and look at the snow meanwhile. As long as I got it up running by Mars/April I’m all good. Like I’ve read somewhere “You bought it, you fix it”. The EUC scene is still kind of new and I’m on my fourth years and spent a few 1000 miles on these things and yes indeed you left by yourself fixing everything up and the faceplant issues will for sure make these things illegal sooner or later. 45km/h on a plastic one wheeler is a kamikaze trip for sure! But who doesn't love the feeling of swooshing by bicycles early mornings in neck and tie suit ;-) Anyways, big thanks for the tip! And could someone give me a hint if I should give my 12v charger a go? I’m no electrician even though I bought myself a Arduino starter set for Christmas present ;-) Merry christmas!
  9. Fredda66

    Brand new Z10 not charging

    I've got the exact same problem. Bought from Gearbest, but to above solution hasn't fixed it for me. The charger just keeps a solid green light going... Any more suggestions?
  10. Fredda66

    Z10 need help for the first start.

    So since I'm in Sweden I have no other choice but to buy from these "scumsites". I've got the Z10 from Gearbest, took approximatly 40 days, shipment was from China like everything else these days. The only upside is that I will with 99% likeliness not find any one else going around on one here. Anyways, the battery deep sleep problem seems to be an issue with my wheel also. I've tried all the above and more, but nothing gets the charger light to blink red. It's just a solid green all the time. Also the two LED-indicators on the actual battery are blinking red once every second or so. This is independant of which cords being connected or not connected. Any ideas or different approaches that you could recommend here? The wheel seems great from the reviews and it looks fu*king awsome, but it's suppose to carry me around not the opposite way around. Please help :-)
  11. Fredda66

    Sverige - Uppsala, Bålsta, Stockholm

    IPS-pipet går inte att bli av med, om man inte gör en egen modifikation och kopplar ur den "högtalaren" antar jag. Det är lite störande såklart, men samtidigt kraschförebyggande.
  12. Fredda66

    Sverige - Uppsala, Bålsta, Stockholm

    Värt att bumpa. Haft lite dialog i PM men inte lett till något konkret än. Järvafältet låter bra om någon hittar där, är ju stort så man bör få lite åkning, bara man hittar tillbaka ;-) Kör lite förslag här i tråden så kanske det blir någon träff, verkar ju ändå vara en växande hobby detta. Åkt några mil till nu på V8an och kan spontant säga att IPSen är en starkare klättrare, men V8an susar fram lite lättare i de högre farterna. Om jag endast hade ett hjul vete sjutton om jag inte skulle föredra IPSen faktiskt. Det var iallafall inte den WOW-upplevelse jag hoppades på med V8an (med tanke på hur många år nyare den är) men men.
  13. Fredda66

    Inmotion has blocked use of her app

    Agree to disagree. I still consider InMotions customer service as lousy, especially in my case. Since then they have made the information about app not working worldwide much more available, and if you buy one today you should have accounted for that. Otherwise, of course I want to buy cheap, who doesn’t?
  14. Fredda66

    INMOTION V8 Bluetooth

    I've actually bought a cheap Android handset from Ali just to try an older app, funny thing tough the internal memory was to small so the app terminates all the time (4gb on MSDC) but nowhere to tell the app to stop using the internal memory. Anyways, that shit just got lying around. And while still with the spending pants on I bought an Apple watch which actually was way better than I was expecting and now after having it for a week can say that I will not look for another watch for a long time. Any who’s, the Applewatch worked flawlessly with the 9Bmetrics and it’s a perfect combo, getting warning on my wrist when going too fast, and easy to read speedo and battery right there on the arm. Couldn’t get any better. If you happen to have a bunch of money just laying around I would highly recommend the combo. I’ll try the Darkness Bot next, I didn’t know it existed until just now. One thing is sure; I will never buy a inMotion wheel again. Their customer service is just crap. I’ve reached out plenty of times and given them a lot of time to actually do something good, but all they come up with is the silent treatment after first stating that they would actually help me. And for comparison I would actually hold my IPS T680W just as high as the V8. The IPS actually pulls stronger uphill… I’ve got a step hill which I climb every day on my way to work and the IPS wheel outperforms the V8. Battery time is also better and not so big difference in weight. The V8 is more comfortable, bigger pedals and smaller body but other than that I would actually hold my T680 higher. Especially if I also consider the price difference.
  15. Fredda66

    Inmotion has blocked use of her app

    True that!
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