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  1. jojo33

    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    https://www.mini-j.world/accueil/actualites-mini/new-segway-ninebot-euc/ SPECS Weight Z10 = 22kg 48lbs ninebot one z 18寸宽版 1200w 35速 580wh ¥4999. 1500w 40速 860wh ¥7999. 1800w 45速 1000wh ¥9999. Z6 TOP SPEED 35 KMH BATTERY 574WH MOTOR 1200W CHARGE NOMINALE 40-55KM 150KG ANGLE D ESCALADE/ANGLE CLIMB 20° Z8 second modele name is DARK NIGHT TOP SPEED 40 KMH BATTERY 862WH MOTOR 1500W CHARGE NOMINALE 60-80KM 150KG ANGLE D ESCALADE/ANGLE CLIMB 25° z10 final fantasy TOP SPEED 45KMH BATTERY 1000WH MOTOR 1800W CHARGE NOMINALE 80-100KM 150KG ANGLE D ESCALADE/ANGLE CLIMB 25°
  2. I managed to lose the little rubber grommet thing that covers the battery screws on my Ninebot One S2, so I made a 3D printable copy. Posting incase anyone else runs into the same problem and has a 3D printer handy. You can grab the files + some more details on Thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2783786 I printed it out of a rubbery TPU and it seems to do the job!
  3. Dear all, My 12 month warranty struggle with supplier. Paid £825 ($1005) Inc Shipping. Unit: Kingsong 14C (800W|680Wh) Purchase Date: 6th August 2015 Perfect for 25 weeks. Ridden for 21 weeks (minus 2 weeks holiday + 2 weeks working away) Running cost / 21 weeks £39 per week. (approx $47) Previously owned: Ips - 1000+ miles no issues. Ninebot one - 1000+ miles no issues. Powerbrick failed - Emailed supplier October 2015. Email reply from Supplier (Company director) 'The first batch was pretty shoddy' 'Half of the chargers were defective out of the box' Unit fault- Emailed supplier 2nd Feb 2016. Scrapping from wheel, a large number of images sent to supplier showing foot pedal rubbing against wheel. Email reply from Supplier (Company director) 'is it a slightly bent axle causing the problem?' 'can it be hammer back into shape?' 'A bit of force should do the trick. You should be able to wedge it free by carefully using a chisel or flat head of the screwdriver.' Centre Axle Close up Unfortunately, mid Feb i was diagnosed with a seriously illness, in and out of hospital, doctors appointments... the Kingsong was the last thing on my mind. In June, after a number of emails from the supplier one of which i clearly remember asking him to take the unit back and rebuild it for me, it had been a long time since the unit had been dismantled, this request was ignored, the replacement wheel arrived 1 or 2 days later, after refusing to pay the shipping cost of £25. After another load of trips too and from hospital, doctors, nurses, etc. finally, I got around to fitting the 'new' motor, albeit some time later. Read and re-read the supplied manual several times The rebuild: Started out full of promise, rebuilt the unit in around 2 hours (took my time) Powered the unit up after fitting the very tight side panels, all the lights worked.The unit only works when it is moved 45 degrees to left or right. contacted supplier again, new board sent out - refitted same issue. Emails sent to king song 5x - Number of responses Zero Will post more images later for those of you who want to see in more details what $1005 buys you. To be continued.....
  4. Bought my first electric unicycle - Ninebot One C+ (£400). It arrived on Monday The tyres arrived at a low pressure but perfectly ride-able. I'd done some reading on this forum in advance and it suggested that learning to ride on less inflated tyres would be easier. Potentially true, but it turns out that does NOT outweigh the risks... (Read on) I went out and obsessively practised for about an hour. By the end of that, I was able to stand and go in a straight line for about 50m. But my unicycle was making a thumping noise like it had a flat tyre... Went back to check it and the valve had gone INTO the tyre and got VERY stuck. Impossible to pull back out with my hands or any tool I have. Went to a couple of bike shops - no one was really interested and no one wanted to help sadly. After a lot of searching I decided the best option was to invest in some tyre levers and hex keys, open up the ninebot and try to fix it myself. SUCCESS. I opened it and found the inner tube was completely mangled into a small part of the tyre, and when I got the tyre off, the valve came loose. I untangled the inner tube and pumped it a bit to restore its shape, before putting it back into the tyre and putting the tyre back on. Wahay. Super excited to be able to get on it again... I pumped up the tyre to about 40 PSI and started the long job of closing the Ninebot up again. (Total time to open, fix and close up again: about 2 hrs - I am inexperienced...) Once finally closed, I give the wheel a squeeze. Crud. It's completely flat. The inner tube isn't holding any air. Great. So two options: buy some tyre patches (and open it all up again to apply them), or get some 'slime'. Slime has a lot of good press on here and I thought I could apply it without opening up the ninebot again, so I went and ordered it off Amazon... Just my luck the package never arrives but shows as delivered. No card left and nothing with neighbours. Not giving up, I call around every bike shop near me, find one that stocks slime, go and purchase it. Return to ninebot with slime. Very excited. Ready to put slime in but can't get the bloody valve core out of the valve. Spent an hour trying to do that. Eventually decided I'm going to have to start dismantling it again to get sufficient access to the valve. Start opening it up and about halfway through taking stuff off the valve is accessible enough to remove the core. SUCCESS. Plug in the slime, fill it with slime. Follow the instructions perfectly. Put the valve core back in and pump it up. ...... HSSSSSSSS The slime didn't bloody work. Add more slime and repeat. Still doesn't hold air. Re-pump 3 times and spin the wheel loads just in case slime hadn't spread around enough. Still doesn't hold air. Sooooo it's 3 days after my ninebot arrived, 3 long days and nights trying to fix it, and I still can't bloody use the thing. --- I don't blame anyone but myself really because I should pumped it before riding it or stopped riding much sooner to pump it up. But thought I'd share my experience because it was stories like this that helped me to make the purchase decision and to at least make progress towards repairing it in the first place. So..... does anyone have any spare Ninebot One 16" inner tubes and/or tyres in the UK that I could purchase to try and get this thing working again ASAP? Thanks!
  5. dhanisthlm

    Front/back?

    Does it matter which side of the ninebot i place in front (tiltback etc) ? I have mounted the trolley handle om the front (not possible on the back) and want I it to be placed behind me when I tiden.
  6. Gunnerinc

    Ninebot One Stand

    Hey everyone, new to the forum and to the Ninebot One community. I have to tell you guys living up here in Hollywood with the hills I was hoping that the little guy would be perfect for getting up and down the hills to run quick errands and it does everything I was hoping it would do. It will even go up Whitley which if you live in the area you know how steep this famous street is. I was trying to find a stand for it and ended up buying from Guitar Center a stand called the On Stage Stands it was around $25.00 us and it works amazing. It basically rests on the wheel and the pad for your legs. It also folds up easy too. Just thought I would share it in case you are looking for a sturdy stand to house your Ninebot One. Merry Christmas, G~ Ninebot One
  7. need ninebot one parking stand, gotway trolley handle (mcm2/mcm3), 4 cable ties hopefully this information can help you thank you
  8. MeetchNYC

    Which one you recommend?

    Hey Guys! New to the forum and obsessed with getting one of the EUC models. I'm 6'4, a solid 275lbs with size 13 foot. I see all of the EUC have weight ranges. What would you recommend? Does the weight requirements matter?
  9. MichaelHensen

    Newbie question

    Hi all, First I'll introduce myself before I just barge in. My name is Michael Hensen and live in Almere, the Netherlands. 46 years, self employed software engineer and love to go paragliding abroad. I guess that will do :-) I became interested in EUC as I saw somebody zooming past me while I was riding my city bike. What the hell was that ?! I started searching the Internet and found what is should be. After watching numerous video's I came to the conclusion this is not a kids toy so I wouldn't embarrass myself if I should ride it. Started looking around and found me a Ninebot One E+ with an OK price from a Segway company here in the Netherlands. So I've ordered it and today it arrived.. Charged it fully, installed the app,stuck all protection on it so now I am ready to start learning, but it is much harder then it looks in all videos I've seen.. As most of you are seasoned 'gliders' or whatever it should be called, I have a little question.. In most video's I've watched they mention the so called 'CLICK'. Can anybody elaborate on what this click is? I tend to think it is the way you control the EUC on low speed with quick snappy rotations from the hips to keep it balance, just like the steering of a bike, or is it something else.. Otherwise please explain what I am looking for so I can take advantage of some pre-knowledge :-) Meanwhile I'll start my practicing on a parking lot nearby and it also has a grass patch so that could be a nice start point too, should give me a softer fall.. :-)
  10. Carlos E Rodriguez

    Getting sheaper

    less than 450 AMAZING! https://www.aliexpress.com/item/ul2272-Ninebot-One-A1-single-wheel-smart-scooter-electric-self-balance-monowheel-hoverboard-skateboard-unicycle-hover/32736265644.html?spm=2114.01010208.3.275.xJ90Iq&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_3_10152_10065_10151_10068_10130_10136_10137_10060_10138_10155_10062_10156_10154_10056_10055_10054_10059_10099_10103_10102_10096_10148_10147_10052_10053_10142_10107_10050_10143_10051_10084_10083_10080_10082_10081_10178_10110_9979_10111_10112_10113_10114_10078_10079_10073_10070_10123_10124-9979,searchweb201603_4,afswitch_1,ppcSwitch_5&btsid=bbd26a69-6fda-492b-a4ad-8d827d012f81&algo_expid=47ef791a-affe-431a-88c0-31906e6a7c00-30&algo_pvid=47ef791a-affe-431a-88c0-31906e6a7c00
  11. Hello all. Im a new member here who just recently discover EUCs. I purchased a used ninebot one E, which I originally thought was a C+. I noticed it had a 240wh battery, which I think may have not been stored properly as I am getting around 5 miles before the battery reads 40 percent. The app said it had a total of 60 miles when I got the wheel so I assume that yhe wheel sat for awhile. My question is if a model e+ or c+ battery will swap right in. Thanks in advance!
  12. I just ordered new Inmotion V5F+ from Jason. Will be delivered in few weeks. The handle is the selling point here. Of course end of the year discount is also a factor. I also like the range and less weight, compared to Ninebot One E+. I guess my low mileage Ninebot will be on sale soon.
  13. Planetpapi

    Ninebot One S1 for $599 on Amazon.

    This article below mentioned that Segway wants to sell One S1 into the brick and mortar stores all over North America. http://newatlas.com/segway-one-s1-ces/46916/ Just sharing.
  14. My ninebot one e+ suddenly turned off when I was riding on it and I can't turn it on anymore. I only managed to turn it on once when it's still connected to the charger, and it can move and function normally, albeit for just a few seconds. Since then, it's dead. I have a speculation, I think it's the battery. And I hope I can claim it for warranty coz it's still less than 4 months old. Please watch the video for better explanation. And I have something to caution other ninebot one users here, but please it's too long to write, and I said it in the video below. Please watch the video below, thanks.
  15. codersarepeople

    Ninebot One Cannot Pump Tire

    Hi all, I got my first EUC on Wednesday evening. I had some practice with a friend's so was able to ride that evening...I rode from my apartment to my office and back without incident. The next day, I rode from my apartment to my office. I had some trouble on the way and had a few minor crashes; I soon found out that the tire was completely flat. I'm unsure if the inner tube has a hole or if the tire just went flat. I had not yet pumped up the tire past how it arrived in the box. I attempted to follow a few videos online but my valve is too awkwardly placed to work. I'm unclear on whether I have a manufacturer defect or I messed it up in a crash or I'm just an idiot. Here are some pictures of my valve...I can't the valve extender through the hole behind the LED ring OR between the tire and the chassis. http://imgur.com/OWstWBr http://imgur.com/lwtqnPM http://imgur.com/3YRAdTt I contacted the seller (ninebotus.com) yesterday but haven't heard back yet. Any advice would be appreciated.
  16. Hi, Here's a quick tutorial when I show how to add some griptape to the foot support on the Ninebot One E+. Hope you like it. It's very easy. Enjoy
  17. Have recently been bitten by the EUC bug and puchased a Ninebot One E+ couple of months ago. As I'm getting more confident, I am getting bored of the 20kph speed limit I'm getting from the Ninebot One E+ and was thinking if it is possible to swap the control board with this one: https://reseller.alibaba.com/product-detail/16-electric-unicycle-Controller-with-bluetooth_60288223259.html?spm=a2700.7724838.0.0.VsHfbJ Have seen other threads where other users have been swapping their control boards with the one from Microworks purchased from Alibaba. Also wondering if the motor for the ninebot one has to be changed to this: https://wholesaler.alibaba.com/product-detail/2015-New-Products-brushless-motor-16_60237639861.html?spm=a2700.7724838.0.0.XfG3kt What do you guys think? Any other peripherals that have to be changed as well like hall sensor connectors or the like? Or if this hack is even possible? Appreciate your comments. Cheers
  18. FORWARD california

    Closed

    Business Closed EXCLUSIVE FOR FORUM 10% OFF $19.99 ea Ninebot One Replacement Covers ENTER PROMO CODE: FORUM2016 FREE SHIPPING in the continental USA. www.forwardca.com https://www.forwardca.com/collections/accessories/products/ninebot-one-replacement-cover fits the Ninebot One C, C+, E, E+ FORWARD california is an authorized Ninebot distributor in California
  19. Hi all - I'm selling my Ninebot one on EBay here Description Ninebot One E+ Very good condition for a year old and 1100 miles. Few minor cosmetic marks on shell and a very small tear in right leg pad (see pics) - only £14 to replace but honestly it's barely noticeable. Lots of extras: • Spare official NB1 E+ battery (double ride distance!!) new battery only done ~30miles • Spare blue translucent shells (used in v good condition) • Spare light ring covers (used) • Spare Mad Max winter tyre (new) • Spare stock Kenda tyre (new) • Spare inner tube (new) • Moon comment lights with very low profile fitting - easy slide on and off • Grip tape on pedals for extra safety in wet Great package with with loads of spares. Well looked after and cleaned inside every few months.
  20. Reason for getting a electric unicycle: To commute back and forth from home to the train station then to work. Also, to have fun around town on the weekends. Give my car (S2000) a break and bring it to the shop for some upgrades. The research: I spent about two weeks figuring out what I needed and what I wanted in a wheel. It had to be able to travel about 7-7.5 miles (3 miles to train, 4.1 miles from train to work) on a single charge in case I couldn’t charge on the train. So 15 miles a day would be my would be my daily commute. More if I take different routes. I watched countless videos and read various articles on what seems to be endless brands and non-brands of wheels. I figured a 14” – 18” wheel would be best for my routs. I figured bigger the wheel the better it can handle rough roads. The battery had to be a decent size 240Wh+. It had to go around 10-13mph. Lights on the front and back would be a bonus as half my commute is at night. The budget: $300-$500 USD That quickly rose after researching. Lol Although, I was about to pull the trigger on a TG-F3 350W w/264Wh battery, 14” wheel. I decided a bigger wheel would suite my needs better. New budget: $900 USD I decided the Ninebot One E had what I was looking for. But for the price the battery seemed rather small. $850 for a 240Wh battery and 500W of power. Again, I was about to pull the trigger till I noticed they made a E+ with a 320Wh battery. I ended up with the Ninebot One E+ from the Ninebot store on ebay for $900 shipped. 10 or 11 days later it was at my house. FAST SHIPPING from China to the US! Unboxing: I was like a kid on Christmas morning. I unboxed this wheel. It came with the following: The wheel Two sets of green padding Instructions Power brick, both US and Chinese extension. Day 1: I’m new to EU’s so this proved more difficult than I imagined. I stood on it up against a wall and rocked back and forth to see how sensitive it was. Then I braved it and tried to “just do it”. I went a couple feet and lost control. Repeat, repeat, repeat. Getting up and going was difficult. I then went and got a dog leash from inside (thanks, Leia – pit bull) and hooked the loop to the open end of the Ninebot’s handle. That helped out a lot. I was able to mount the wheel easier and actually go further and further. What I noticed the more I tensed up I was the harder it was to ride. My center of gravity changed, it’s a lot lower. Once I loosened up and leaned forward it accelerated. When I leaned back it slowed down. I was able to take it around the block. I did drop it once but I still felt great about it. The leash was/is a big time help for this newb. I continued to ride in a empty parking lot. I started to practice my turning. This was difficult. At slower speeds I would just fall off. At faster speeds they were extremely wide turns. While practicing my turns I also practiced my mounts because of all the falls. I did this for a few hours total. Day 2: My inner calves are killing me!!! It feels like a bruise on to of a bruise but without the markings. After 3 cups coffee on an empty stomach I get the jitters. I grab the leash and set out to get some food on the wheel. I spend a couple minutes relearning how to mount and get going. I jam up and down the block to get warmed up. I go through the neighborhood and to a local place. Made it! Filled up and waited for the jitters to go away. Now I can ride more relaxed. I cruise over to the same empty parking lot and start cruising through the pathways to the local businesses. There I started to practice doing figure 8’s. I’m starting get more control and feeling out how to lean and twist my hips better. Also notice my leash has way more slack than before. I have more control and am more confident. Still needs a lot of work but I’m falling less and less. I then go to another parking lot with rougher terrain. I have less control and wobble more. So I practice there for a bit then cruise home to take a break. My inner calves are still killing me and my feet are tired. I rest up then go back out. I go back to the nice smooth parking lot. I continue to practice on turning and start challenging myself to slower more narrow turns. I’m still hammering them out but getting more consistent. I then run around the neighborhoods’ sidewalks and streets. Battery was getting low and noticed the power wasn’t the same. So I call it a day and cruise home to plug in. Conclusion: The build of the Ninebot One is solid. It’s also heavy. But because of the weight it felt stable at about 12-13mph. The LED lights are good for side to side visibility but I still need to get a front and back light safety. Reflection tape might work? Hmmm. I’m glad I went with this wheel. No regrets. I’m not sure if I’m ready to take this to work just yet but I’m feeling better now than when I fist stepped on it. I also use the Ninedroid app for my iPhone 5s. It gives me an extra level of control, keeps track of mileage, has a speedometer, controls the lights, changes the speed settings of the wheel, and more. I’m still getting familiar with the app. Tomorrow: Maybe we’ll see how the wheel does at night when I get home from work? I’m curious to see how the road looks and to see what I can’t see.
  21. Since lunchtime, my Ninebot E+ will not turn on by pressing the on/off red button. This occurred after a reasonably rough drop off a sloped box on to which I had hopped on to. Occasionally if I press the button the red ring lights will come on for around 20 seconds (but the NB does not function), after which the lights go off again. The only way I can get the NB to turn on is by disconnecting the battery and reconnecting the battery. On reconnecting the battery, the NB turns itself on and functions normally. Once on, the on/off red button appears to turn off the NB normally but, on further investigation the control board still has power as a blue light is still on and there is a red light flashing (although the self balancing has been turned off). I have performed a basic inspection of the connections (and condition of the wires) between the battery and control board, the on/off switch and control board and the control board and motor. I have swapped the battery (both are charged) and get the same issue. I assume the on/off button is some kind of momentary switch? I will do some in depth investigation this weekend but wondered if anyone had any ideas?
  22. dbfrese

    Charging Ninebot without Charger

    Fun experiment of the week -- has any one ever started out with a minimal charge, say 10%, and charged their Ninebot one up to near 100% simply by going down a really long hill or mountain? I imagine one could easily set a distance record on ideally shaped terrain. A few miles of downhill runs, followed by straight and level, followed by more downhill runs. With the right terrain, you could roll on indefinitely!
  23. dbfrese

    Ninebot App Password Recovery

    I got a new phone yesterday, and when I installed the Ninebot app I realized that I had forgotten my password. I used the "Forget Password" function, but all it did was a count down to an error message, and didn't send me a text or an email with a recovery code. I guess I'll have to create a new account, unless someone knows a trick to using the password recovery option. Thanks!
  24. Robindinho

    Ninebot One P Due Date?

    Hi, new to this forum. Back in November 2015 I preordered a Ninebot One P with speedyfeet (UK ninebot supplier). As many of you will know, there have been many delays on the ninebot one P, and I was wondering if anyone else is in a similar position waiting for the ninebot one p to come back to market and when we think it will happen. Be nice to talk to a few people about the p and when we can get ours hands on it.
  25. Hi all, I'm seriously thinking about getting a ninebot one e+ or maybe s2 when I can get some proper reviews and specs for it. So my question that I hope some of you can help me out with is speed vs rider weight. E+ is supposed to go somewhere between 18 and 22 KM/H so what should I expect if I'm around 90kg /200 pounds? The second questions is how 20 km/h feels... I mean if I want to use it for commuting 20 km/h is needed but can I actually (after some training of cause) use that speed without getting a close to death experience each morning? It's really hard to tell when you're not able to try one out, as a matter of fact I have never even seen one live so I hope someone can help me out here Thanks /JB
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