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  1. I've recently taken delivery of an Airwheel S8 to replace my Focus Designs SBU for medical reasons. The device assembles in a matter of moments, easily and intuitively. The overall quality appears good, although a cap for the seat post through which the post passes appears to have been over-tightened and the screws have cracked it. Replacement is pending, due to Chinese holiday until the end of the week! The battery had a storage charge, so it was left overnight to top off. The charger has a red (charging) and green combo LED which is dim and challenging to view in bright light, but indoo
  2. I would like to ask Ninebot mini users whether they think it would be possible to ride it like the Airwheel S8, from a seated position. It looks as if all you'd have to do is attach a seat to the top - but it's hard to tell from the pictures, and of course I haven't seen a picture of one used that way. And it may not be physically possible to attach a seat so it will be reliable. I may have to replace the Airwheel, as it's currently not working, but the concept of the combination of a small footprint with something used sitting is one I'd like to continue. If you have one, what
  3. Suggestions very welcome. I'd appreciate anything which helps me get my S8 back up and working. I bought it Sep. 6, 2019 from an eBay seller who said I should try the Airwheel.net site. The bump at a curb I gave my Airwheel S8 - which killed it - ten days ago may or may not be covered under their warranty, but I can't get any response from Airwheel.net, and I have tried the business office (business@airwheel.net), support (after-sale@airwheel.net, and no, it isn't after-saleS), and the sales/distributor contact button. I'm keeping screenshots, and have been trying for several days at all
  4. On a ride to a nearby doctor's office, I bumped the Airwheel against the curb, and got dumped. Problem is that 1) it is now hard to roll (where it wasn't this hard before), and 2) every time I turn it on, it just has a constant tone until I turn it off (with button and remote). My guess is that its wheels are somehow stuck a bit, and that, since it can't control the wheels, it can't finish the startup sequence. Does anyone have any idea how to regain control of the wheels without taking it apart? How to reset the software (if that's what's wrong)? I searched this forum and the w
  5. Since Airwheel S6 inaugurated the age of dual ride mode of self-balancing electric scooter, Airwheel S8 has made improvements in various aspects. The core element for an electric scooter to operate normally is the chip and cell. As an electricity-assisted vehicle, Airwheel S8 complies with the physical laws. Riders control S8 to go forward, accelerate, decelerate, and brake, etc. by leaning forward or backward, as S8 is controlled by center of gravity. The importance of chip and cell is manifest. For those scooter players who have a good knowledge of tech and are proficient in refit (ev
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