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  1. Hello, I am planning on buying a ks 16s (840wh) as a first wheel, I am from Barcelona (Spain). I have seen a lot of different prices online, these are some of them (they are approximations because some required to start the purchase process to see the shipping price): ~1200€ in Aliexpress (item currently not available) 1360€ in myewheel ~1400€ in erides.co.uk 1450€ in 1radwerkstatt ~1500€ in eunicycles.eu ~1600€ in speedyfeet (sold out) ~1700€ in kingsong european sites and local physical stores My main question is if someone has experience with these sites, (specially the cheaper ones), because in Aliexpress the item alternates availability every couple of weeks and only shows 2 sales, which does not give me much confidence, and I don't know anything about erides or myewheel. I just know that I can trust speedyfeet and the local physical stores for good customer support but I wonder if that is really worth the price difference. Thank you in advance! [update - 29/Nov] Yesterday I bought the wheel on myewheel, there was a black friday discount of 5% so I payed 1292€. The customer service was excellent, before buying I asked about a couple mistakes in the product description and they fixed them immediately. The wheel has been sent today, I will update when I receive it! I payed through paypal so if there is any problem I guess I can get the money back. [update - 7/Dec] I received the wheel this morning, the wheel is in perfect condition, I spent about 1h 30min practising and I am quite tired. I learned to go straight and turn, but still need practice on getting on and off the wheel comfortably. I love it! Conclusion of the post: I totally recommend myewheel to purchase a Kingsong wheel on europe, it is cheap and I received it 9 days after the purchase (from Bulgaria to Spain). Also the customer service was perfect. Thanks all for the advice!
  2. Hi everybody! I'm new to this forum, but from spending a couple of hours reading different posts, it seems like a very devoted one. Awesome! I am looking for my first ECU. I have previous experience driving Segway PT a couple of times with great success and enjoyment (pretty fast learning curve for that one). For a long time I have been interested in ECUs, and now that it has been allowed in Denmark, I really want to try it out. Here are some information that hopefully can help you provide me with some of your helpful advice: About me: Height: 180 cm Weight: 100 kg About my future ECU: Best value for the buck Able to carry my high weight Will mainly be used for commuting to work (1,2 km) and to the gym (2,5 km), but also around town Hopefully I get so excited about riding that I will go on longer trips, so some range would be great Either cheap to be intended for a starter wheel (should be able to sell for a decent price afterwards) OR have the potential to be a riding wheel for many kilometers Preferably possible to buy it in Europe Anything I have forgotten to mention? One thing I can't figure out is e.g. if I should just purchase e.g. a Ninebot One S2 (669€), use it as a starter wheel and be OK with it getting scratches - and then sell it for a decent price (at some point when/if I want to get a more expensive/feature packed wheel) - or if I should go all the way and get a wheel I might keep longer (but which also can become scratched from my initial learning curve). I have read many topics in here (especially recommendations for first wheels), but I am still super confused on what would be the best choice for me. I hope you can help. All inputs are highly appreciated. Huge thanks in advance!
  3. Let's put together a dream list for a euc. then manufacturers may use it to create a new product we like. So. an upper speed limit that can be kept in all conditions. up hill, flat, heavy riders, all battery levels. range at top speed in varied incline, ca. 100 km, not under 80km. top speed where tilt back occurs and you can coast in total safety no matter your weight or hill incline or battery level: 50 bose suspension system that eliminates or ammeliorates bumps actively or at least some suspension system. A way to just walk off the wheel and go into a store or to a friend without having to bend down and do anything and just step on again and drive off. Use of a belt to allow a lower profile of the wheel with a bigger radius wheel. maybe you can have a small wheel with a shock absorbing system. that would be nice because you can turn better with a small wheel. A wide tread for riding over potholes and uneven paths. keep the machine well under 10kgs. have a way of leading it around without carrying it. have a way of locking it so you can arrive in the city centre cinema and meet your friends without looking like a tool/doofus fool on a scooter/wheel in your hand. Charger must be integrated into the machine so it follows you around. Swithcable front and back light. side blinking lights/turn lights activated by some smart measure. kilometres range left displayed in big bold numbers on a black and grey 7 segment display. (kilometres left will be based on your previous driving that ride or all history or a worst case scenario of say 10 degree incline, full speed. ) Usb power, induction power and a normal power output plug. 110V/240V induction charging pad for your regular parking spot. a spiked tyre for use on ice in winter. no geared motor. only direct drive for silent operation. silent tread on rubber. Water tight unit that can turn over in a puddle and survive. must be able to run in sleet and rain. gravel, sand and snow. and on ice. If a battery is used, an insulating system or heating system that ensures maximum range available. cooling system for hot weather. preferably a mostly passive system. (more robust, less energy intensive and less prone to break. All of this has to be packaged into something robust and nice looking while remaining fairly anonymous looking.
  4. Hello Everybody! My name is Eryk and I am the Engineering Project Leader behind Uniwheel. I have spent the past two years building our team to help us deliver the best last mile personal transportation device. Our team has very high aspirations as we all come from very competitive and professional companies our aim is to change the EUC market and make it on par with the 21st century. We are just about to finish our R&D activity on our first product, we know its limitations but we count on the support of the community to help us overcome those and create the product we all have dreamt of. I would like to assure that all of our R&D team ride the uni at all possible times, I personally ride it to work daily [17km round trip], our lead mechanical engineer Kevin gave up walking over 8 months ago and always fights to get his wheel to ride home... as well as the other team members who are in charge of UI, Design and Accessories are all power users of the wheel! We have a good idea what makes a good uni it just takes time to make sure it lives up to our high expectation level before we are ready to release it to public. Thank you for your interest and we welcome your feedback Eryk
  5. Hi guys, After reading a lot of the latest news and updated info including your great posts about Ninebot One Products, it makes me wondering which Series of Ninebot One is really considered to be Best Choice for buying at the moment. Which one would you guys choose between Ninebot One P / Ninebot One S2 / Ninebot One E+ if you happen to needing to buy one for now? Considering all three of them are available in the market and all brand new in the box with official 1 year guarantee from Ninebot. Thank you for your time and reply. Best regards, Richard
  6. So..... i have a ninebot one e+. I did some research that seemed like the better option that fit my needs at the time, and let me tell you its been one hell of a ride.... but somethings missing. I wish it could go faster. I wish the battery could last a little longer. I know the ninebot one pro is coming soon, but the specs aren't really too far from my e+. I feel like ninebot is giving us little by little specs at a time to sell each model... like the iphone(4,4s,5,5s,6, etc) where it looks pretty and premium, but they barely up the specs, and slowly gets features that others had for years. I feel as if the ninebot pro is gonna make me feel stupid when the ninebot p+ comes out for a $100 bucks more. I want the Samsung of Unicycles(well the old samsung)! Where they maximize every possible spec, easy changable batteries, gives you the most bang for your buck, and gives you more than what you need. It may not be the prettiest or the most popular. That being said, which 18in is the best. I know there are plenty to choose from. I only know a few. Such as the king song, solo extreme, msuper 18, and the ninebot pro. By best i mean, max speed, power, battery/distance, comfort, user experience, parts/accessories. Accesories... i dont really care too much about but its always a plus. Please share which unicycle you think is the beast of unicycles. Doesn't have to be the one i provided. I love to have choices and there is so much i just dont know. Thats why i need your help. Thanks!!!
  7. Hello people, it's got to the time where I'm getting myself an electric unicycle and I'm in need of some buying tips. I have never rode one before so I want to know what's best for beginners and since I'm generally a quick learner, what's best for pros? What is the difference between all of the brands and which one is the best? Should I get a unicycle or the one with 2 wheels? Thankful for any answers
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