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  1. Hello, I´m posting here a picture of my TG-F3 with a key switch control mechanism. This basically interrupts the energy to the ON/OFF button. It is a good option if you use your EUC at school or in your job, because nobody will be able to turn it on without the key. The good news, at least with the key switch I´ve used, is that when you turn it on you can also remove the key from the switch and put it back into your pocket. I also bought a metal cover for the charging port that I consider much better than the original one.
  2. Hello, I live in a cold city in Canada, and I know that in the winter I will not be able to use my EUC. That way, I´m planning to store it for the whole winter and restart using it in the next year. My only concern about this is what to do in terms of battery charge before stop using the EUC for a long time. Should I store it full charged? 80% charged? 50% charged? none of these? Could you guys give me some advice?
  3. Hello guys, I have a TG-F3 unicycle and things were going really well. However, a couple of days ago, when I was going uphill though a bridge, I felt a scary unballance and I almost got a faceplant. Luckyly I was able to recover the ballance on time and continue my way. Since this day I´ve been thinking about options to reduce the risk of a BMS cut without getting the shunting risks. First idea was if there is any replacement battery available to be purchased on the internet that doesn´t have the BMS. This could fix every generic model (and even some old good ones) that has the problematic BMS
  4. I have the same unicycle and the same question. If anyone could confirm which transistors shoud be shunted it would be great.
  5. Fred


    I think that it's fair enough.
  6. Hello guys, I recently received my TG-F3, and so far I'm enjoying it a lot. Since TG are very cheap EUC's, I think that many people decided to buy them and other will probably do it in the future. For that reason I think it would be a good idea to create a brand-specific forum for Teamgee users, what do you think?
  7. Hi guys, I bought a TG-F3 to start learning, but I haven´t received yet. Meanwhile, I decided to read more about all issues that envolves EUC's and finally found out what the term "shunt" mean. To be honest, based on all that was discussed about this topic, I'm really unsure about what to do. I'm also pretty scarried with the consequences of both situations (accidents x risk of fire). Anyway, I would like to ask you guys some questions about the behaviour of the TG-F3 to have a better understanding about the risks and how to deal with them. Maybe this can help other users in the same situation
  8. Hi techflyiy, i'm also new on electric unicycles. Recently I bought a TG-F3 from Banggood and I'm still waiting it to be delivered. Are you happy with your unicycle? I hope to learn it in a couple of weeks and use it for arround 6 months until buying a better model.
  9. I was in the same boat as you until yesterday. I have researched a lot on the internet and decided to buy a TG-F3 at Banggood. I also bought a lot of accessories there, like: helm, air pump, extra charger, lights, etc. Maybe in a month or so I can make a review and give you my opinion about it.
  10. Thanks for the tip! I´m also going to research about this model.
  11. Hello Luiz, Thank you very much for your answer. I visited the wheelgo website, but the wheels in there are actually out of my budget for now. Provided that I´m able to learn how to ride this first wheel, my next step will be to get a better one. But now I´m really unsure about buying or not the TG-T3 due to the reasons I´ve written previously on this post, hehehe.
  12. Hello forum members, My name is Fred, I'm from Brazil but I'm currently living in Canada. I've always been a big fan of EUC´s since the invention of Solowheel. Once this wheel was always toooooooo expensive I've never considered purchasing ir, but in 2013, IPS launched their first wheels, for 1/3 the price of Solowheel, and then I decided to buy a IPS101. It was a huge effort trying to learn how to use that new device, but after some time I was finally able to ride it with an average ballance. The problem is that my country is still not prepared to see these kind of devices in the streets due
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