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  1. My charge-and-ride backpack: Conclusion: This was a pain to build. It's useful now that it's complete. A 58.8V (14s) pack would have been better... But I should have just purchased the ~$800 KS-Power device. The good: It adds about 20 miles of range, in my typical on-road riding. It also lets me ride at ~30mph for 60 minutes straight, something that I couldn't do previously because of the slowly decreasing EUC voltage. Efficient: Since it's the same pack voltage as my 84V EUC, the boost convert
  2. I've been searching the web and I was wondering, what's a good backpack for the ninebot one e+. I know when I ride around shopping malls, it would be easier for me to simply put it in a backpack and walk in If I wanted. I found a few on the web so if anyone has one, could you tell me something about it. Can anyone make suggestions for another. I personally like the second link better. But it cost too much http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B012IAHJBW/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?qid=1443987179&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX110_SY165_QL70&keywords=unicycle+backpack&dpPl=1&dpID=41mAJKGWkkL&ref=plSrch ht
  3. Hi guys, I am expecting to get new KS16S soon and try to find a useful bag to be able to carry it if necessary, but unfortunately, I have not found much on the net, nor has been the topic discussed here, can you recommend some, or you just use a bag where the wheel fits? Thanks for your hints. Jirka
  4. Backpack For Ninebot mini (pro) Durable Waterproof by NineBag.net Key Product Features: NineBag scooter backpack is made of CORDURA® fabrics cloth, which is completely waterproof and extremely durable. Carry your scooter anywhere easily, while keeping it safe and clean. New design. Designed with two mesh pockets, perfect for carrying your charger on the go. Never worry about a low or dead battery again! Two anatomical cushions on the back provide comfortable and protective padding between your back and your Ninebot. The vinyl black bottom provides easy washing, p
  5. Mods -- I searched the forums but couldn't find a better place to put this topic. Please move it where appropriate if necessary. Anyway, I was watching this video and it made me want a low-hanging backpack like that. I think it would be better to have a low center of gravity than a high one. Hope I posted that in a way that doesn't take up server space. Will fix it if I can if I get the heads up. If you watch about 7 minutes in, it gets dark and the backpack even lights up. I like that feature for safety! But with or without lights, etc., do any of y'
  6. When I was half-groggy awaken from sleep and started to ride my EUC, and then I saw a group of middle-aged women blocked my way, I quickly stopped at my surprise and fell to the ground that shattered the screen of my iPad Pro 12.9" ($1,000 value gone away). My backpack is made for Rock Climbing, not for laptop. And then I decided to buy a new, belated backpack for EUC riding. I'm alway carrying Macbook Pro 13" and iPad mini , iPad Pro(12.9") while riding EUC. I found a hard shell backpack as the following: 1. Ogio No Drag Mach 3 Backpack (which looks not g
  7. I currently have a broken trolley handle for my NB and find it very useful--so much that I'm waiting on a replacement. Since I am trying to use it to commute, I like the ability to hop off, walk it for a short distance in crowded/not-so-safe-for-me-to-ride place, and then hop back on for a bit. But I've been thinking what I'd really like is some kind of sleeve, jacket, or cover that I could slip on over the handle and the wheel so the handle would stick out and then I could just trolley the wheel about and have it look like a small wheeled suitcase or backpack (and not attract so much attentio
  8. Has anyone else tried the EUC backpack by DC Shoes? My wife got me one for my Airwheel X8 from Amazon. The description said that it would fit my X8 but it definitely doesn't. So if you are thinking of getting one, make sure you don't have a wheel that's bigger than 14" or it won't fit. Cool bag though. I'm returning it and will be ordering an Airwheel brand backpack.
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