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  1. Yffisch

    Göteborg med omnejd, Sweden

    Ja, jag är absolut på. Gärna någon solig dag efter jobbet, alternativt en söndag.
  2. Yffisch

    Göteborg med omnejd, Sweden

    Nu har jag beställt min MCM5 från AliExpress! Det känns lite copy paste av förra året för ungefär samma tid förra året köpte jag mitt MCM4 och jag var lika taggad och spänd då. Men det lär väl ta lite mer än en månad innan jag har mitt paket, men det får gå
  3. Yffisch

    Göteborg med omnejd, Sweden

    När jag köpte mitt hjul som jag har nu från AliExpress så tillkom inga extra kostnader alls. Så om det tillkommer något denna gång så kan jag ju låtsas att jag betalde det på första hjulet och ta priset/2 Enda nackdelen är att man är sjukt orolig om man ska få någonting över huvud taget. Men nu när jag redan beställt därifrån en gång så är jag mer lugn denna gång och räknar med cirkus 45 dagars leveranstid från köp. Men det kan gå mycket snabbare också, hehe. Kan tyvärr inte denna helgen då jag reser bort till min sommarstuga :/
  4. Yffisch

    Göteborg med omnejd, Sweden

    Nja, på AliExpress kostar den 11.500SEK. På Speedyfeet kostar den 1260 GBP vilket blir 15.300SEK ungefär. Det är rätt stor skillnad
  5. Yffisch

    Göteborg med omnejd, Sweden

    @Jens Ronnedal Men på SpeedyFeet kör de ju tydligen så extremt man bara kan medan de testar sina hjul! Hade säkert blivit lika smutsig av mitt nuvarande hjul @Unventor Nä jag visste inte om den sidan. Det är ju smidigt att ha någonting i närheten av Sverige i alla fall Men jag vet inte, jag har läst så mycket om MCM5:an nu och jag har verkligen fått ett sug för den nu. Tänkte köpa den på AliExpress där jag köpte mitt nuvarande hjul, för då kommer man undan rätt billigt. https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Gotway-MCM5-Electric-wheelbarrow-single-wheel-scooter-Electric-unicycle-1500W-motor-battery-650WH-Hidden-handle-bar/1908673_32852802800.html?spm=2114.12010608.0.0.402f1e41wXgxP6
  6. Yffisch

    Göteborg med omnejd, Sweden

    Mjo, kanske det. Men jag har bestämt mig för att köpa en MCM5 inom 1-2 månader så ett Monster eller dylikt får bli mitt 3:e hjul i så fall
  7. Yffisch

    Göteborg med omnejd, Sweden

    Det är bra range!! Jag blir också pepp på att kunna ta mig så långt. Det är lite drygt 7.5 mil till mitt sommarställe som jag brukar åka till så det vore ju optimalt
  8. Yffisch

    Göteborg med omnejd, Sweden

    Ok, vi tar det en annan gång då. Våren börjar krypa fram sakta men säkert så det finns gott om vardagar och helger framför oss
  9. Yffisch

    Göteborg med omnejd, Sweden

    Låter kul! Säg till om du inte blir förkyld så kan jag nog vara på. Såvida det inte är en massa is och slask på marken. Jag har åkt på is och slask mycket det senaste ändå, men det är inte särskilt roligt att vara på sin vakt hela tiden
  10. Yffisch

    Edit : MCM5 800Wh (p.2)

    Thank you, that was the answer I expected! Otherwise it would have been so non-logical The only difference is the weight of 16kg instead of 14kg which should not make it break even.
  11. Yffisch

    Edit : MCM5 800Wh (p.2)

    I saw the Speedyfeet review of MCM5 and it seems to go 32km on one charging and 6 hours of charging time. My MCM4 goes 32km without problem with avg. speed 25kmh and with 3 hours of charging time. How come the MCM5 does not go longer? Or does it go 32km with avg. speed of 35kmh and my MCM4 goes 32km with avg. speed of 25kmh? Does that mean that if I ride at 25kmh with the MCM5, it will go much longer than the MCM4 at the same speed, or how is this measured?
  12. Yffisch

    Edit : MCM5 800Wh (p.2)

    I will buy an MCM5 this spring probably, but I'm still just at 3000km on my MCM4 so I need to milk it out a bit more. About terrains, there is no terrain a 14" can't handle what I've experienced. I've never tried a 16" or a 18", but I will buy a 14" anyways and the MCM5 is relatively cheap for what you actually get. I've been riding on snow, ice, melted snow/rain, heavy rain, water puddles, pavement, grass, soil, stones, mud, mountains (cliffs), paths with rocks and roots. Then only terrain I have not tried is sand, "frozen melted snow", lava and deep water. Paths with a lot of rocks and roots works fine, but higher pedals would probably be better for that kind of terrain. So 18" is probably the best for extreme terrains. Just so that you can pass all the stones without your pedals colliding with the stones. I'm super happy with 14", but since I've not tried 16/18, I can't say more About the comfort - I can go 20-30km without even leaving my wheel and without feeling any ache. I think it feels very comfortable all the time even on longer distances.
  13. Yffisch

    Best Long Range Wheel

    Yes, that is also an alternative. However, my thought was more that I would sell my "old" wheel because I live in 38 square meters with my GF and there is no room for one more wheel on the floor at the moment. I'm almost at 3000km with my current one and I don't know how long I dare to use it before it "breaks". I'm not going to use it after 10.000km, that's for sure at least. This is to reduce the risk of the wheel breaking suddenly at high speed. If some motherboard component is so worn out that it stops working etc...but maybe such things are rare? It's important for me to carry it on busses and trains in a convenient way, but yes. I am sure I would appreciate one of the bigger long range wheels as well. But that may be more suitable when I get a bigger place to live Yes, I hear you! But I really think the distance on my current wheel is very good and I know that many bigger wheels will not manage the same distance, at least not in that price class I just want a "little bit more distance". So maybe the MCM5 is my only option at the moment.
  14. Yffisch

    Best Long Range Wheel

    Yes, I understand that. But since the MCM4 is from 2015, then the battery technology may have improved a bit and the MCM5 could have potentially better capacity keeping the same weight. But I guess the MCM4 is the absolute best wheel for my requirements then. Good speed, strong, long range, small, cheap etc...The ultimate wheel
  15. Yffisch

    Best Long Range Wheel

    I've started looking for my second wheel. Even though I'm extremely satisfied with my MCM4. I want the wheel to have the same capacity and weight/size as MCM4, but longer distance. My current one is 60-70km (35km in reality distance, 35kmh max speed). Are there actually any such wheels (yet)? I don't want a bigger wheel (14") since I need to have it on trains/busses between my legs, and I don't want the weight to be more than 14-15kg as my current one. I've been looking at MCM5, it seems to be stronger, but heavier and it does not seem to have more range and it's way more expensive. Maybe the MCM4 is the perfect wheel for all my needs at the moment, it's also extremely cheap for what you actually get. Any advice?
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