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  1. Servus Werner, hab dir eine PM zwecks Kontakt austausch geschickt. Ich denke es müsste noch mehr Fahrer in Linz und Umgebung geben, aber vermutlich sind einige von denen nicht im Forum aktiv.
  2. Servus Werner, Ich arbeite in der voestalpine und fahre wenn es schön ist von St. Florian in die Arbeit. Also ein kurzes Stück, vom Monalisatunnel bis zur Haupteinfahrt teilen wir uns dann sogar die Strecke ;-). Vermutlich bist Du früher dran als ich. Wir könnten uns nach der Arbeit mal treffen und wir fahren z.b. am Donauradweg entlang eine Runde. Einen Arbeitskollege von mir hab ich auch schon angefixed, hat aber erst sein erstes v5f als Einstiegsgefährt. Bin gespannt wie lange es dauert bis er sich ein ordentliches Kauft ;-)
  3. How good do this padels fit on the v10? Can you post a picture?
  4. Same. You can fix that with a little paintjob, and you have an almost perfect wheel for you (and me too :D).
  5. Interesting, I have only used a ninebot s2 and the v10 so far and don't have that feel. Might be a thing if your are used to other wheels and it might go away after a while. My colleague has bought a v5f and he actually disliked the V shape so much, that he modified it so that is now flatter. Should be easy to adjust by yourself. It is strange that all other KS wheels don't have this, is it possible that this is a demo unit thing? Did anyone who testet the wheel in china also experience this?
  6. Someone read my older posts, haha. I have already seen the 16X for 1800€, same price like the 18L but with more battery 🤔.
  7. Hallo, sind hier irgendwelche Fahrer aus Linz und Umgebung? Ich hätte lust mich mal mit anderen Fahrern zu treffen um gegenseitig EUCs zum Ausprobieren auszutauschen. Die meisten Fahrer werden wohl aus Wien sein, hätte auch kein Problem da mal einen Ausflug zu machen. Vielleicht kann ja jemand aus Wien einen Group Ride organisieren? lg, Andy
  8. Good acceleration and braking ist more important for me then range and max speed, if that wheel has no major issues its my next wheel next summer. The V10 is too new to be replaced :D.
  9. I totaly agree with that extended family part, same here. Most reactions you get are, "how to do break", "how much did it cost" and after you get the "how long did you train to get that thing going", I would usually explain that it is like learning to ride a normal bicycle, you can do it in a few hours if you want. After that If you respond with, "wanna try I show you", you will get a "no way I don't wanna break my neck" :D.
  10. Haha, If I tried that she would think that I am in the midlife crisis. Wait, she allready does that I anyway, so I could just by a new "muscle" euc and later argue that I am in my midlife crisis, accept it.
  11. For me there are two main reasons why EUCs fail to become a revolution in transportation at the moment. By far the biggest problem here in central europe at least are laws or missing laws considering this vehicles. This is not only an euc problem, many modern transportation devices suffer the same "gray area" problem. In germany for example you can't legaly drive anywhere except offroad. And in many countries where you have a regulation the speed is officially limited to 25km/h. Basically everything that can go between 25km/h and 45km/h is a gray area. There is no middle ground, and EUC
  12. Ok, here is what I can remember from this summer. I started learning to ride backwards after about 100km training (about 1month into euc driving). First of all I don't think you should start try moving in circles backwards, thats more difficult and can be learned later. Just learn it where you have a lot of space and where you don't need to look behind you all the time. As allready mentioned you will turn as soon as you try to look behind you. So how did I learn it. First I allways started from a normal forward motion, and from that transitioned into a backwards move by slowly breaki
  13. Thx US69, that Z10 price is definitly the best right now. The main problem is not the price itself, it is to convince my wife that 40km/h is safe and that I need more power to drive safe. However a lower price makes that task easier as well :D. The KS18L would be my prefered wheel but this wheel has it's own hardware problems and for me that locked wheel thing is more problematic.
  14. Thanks for the infos, good to have a forum like this!
  15. Ok thats exactly what I noticed too. Everone is quiet about that, so it seams to be fixed but no real confirmation. My weight is about 75kg, not lightweight but also not heavy *g*. Guess I am going for it anyway, it's by far the cheapest wheel of the newer ones I can get in europe. www.onewheel.be (best price I have found so far) V10: 1059€ V10F: 1339€ KS18L: 1867€ (at eunicycles.eu) Z10: 1949€ (at funshop.at)
  16. Hi all, I couldn't find out if the overload problem is still existing or not, can someone bring some light to this topic? The thread about this wheel is quite long, hard to find out that's why I created a new one. That overload problem deserves its own thread anyway. thx
  17. Hi all, since some wheels did go up in flames (inmotion v10f for example), I decided to load and store my wheel inside a metall box in the future. Besides the extra safety, the box I choose should look nice so my wife accepts it as well . It turned out, that finding the right size wasn't that easy, eventually I found the optimal box for my 9bs2. The box doesn't look too bad and has enough extra space for all my euc utils and the charging device. Enders Aluminiumbox VANCOUVER 123 l https://www.amazon.de/dp/B00JBZP442/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_xvUYBbM3907CK Has enyone done th
  18. It doesn't look to be a rare case, considering that not every insitent will be reported. This sounds very concerning to me. If I would own one of this expensive wheels I would consider a small mod to it. How about adding a killswitch, so you guys don't need to disassemble the unit. I am thinking about using 2 high current mini relays (50A+ / 110v+) that can cut the power of both battery packs from outside. The relays wouldn't need any power to make it work if you use a "opener" or switch type, that means the relay switches to open state if you apply power to the primary side. Yo
  19. Do you have someone that can 3D model you bigger pedals? You could then sent it to https://www.weerg.com/en/ and have your custom pedals. I might do that for my ninebot one s2 sometime, so I can add a custom logo :-).
  20. Thx, missed that. My eye scanner sometimes doesn't work very well :-).
  21. I haven't found any of the airwheel helmets mentioned in this thread. (can we search within a thread in this forum?) And yes it is the Airwheel manufacturer of EUCs and this helmets look very interesting to me because of the included features (bluethooth speakerphone / actioncam / wifi / red backlight) There are 3 different versions. C5/C6/C8. Personally I like the vintage look of the c6. https://www.airwheel.net/de/product/c5 https://www.airwheel.net/de/product/c8 https://www.airwheel.net/de/product/c6 (150€ at amazon)
  22. I am interested as well, depends on the price of course. If ordering directly from Kingsong we might be able to order the devices not fully assembled and get all devices sent as diy kit's. (pedals disassembled should be enough) In austria this would mean, no extra import customs. Just 20% regular value-added taxes. By the way I would buy a KS16S instead of the 18L, just because its cheaper and I don't need the speed or battery power.
  23. Without having seen any of the new wheels in real life, this is my conclusion as well. Besides build quality Kingsong seams to have the best quality control for there hardware as well. The app is the weak part, but this is something all EUC companies have in common with Ninebot being the exception I think.
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