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  1. I'm glad to tell you the app is back on apple store, feel free to leave your suggestions of our app here, I will forward to our app team.
  2. Hi all, I recently bought a used Solowheel Xtreme. Rode it for about 20 minutes, then sparks came out of it and it stopped running. Took it apart to find that the metal snapped where one of the pedals (crank arm) is supposed to attach to the axle. The main thick cable (I assume to motor cable) also got cut since it goes through the crank arm. I am confident I can rewire the thick cable, but to do that it seems I have to get inside the motor. To get inside the motor, I would probably either have to remove the crank that is still attached to the axle, or possibly remove the material on the side of the wheel. Anyone know how to do this? Also, anyone know of a source for a new axle/crank assembly? It looks like the Solowheel Xtreme is not manufactured any longer. Attaching photos of what the damage looks like.
  3. It's interesting to see the history of "Electric single motor wheel for pedestrian" . I thought Inventist "invented" the solo wheel. I was wrong. Stunningly similar wheels were issued patents as back as 1977! See the links below. My question was, how did they manage "self balancing" back then? That technology was introduced by Segway...like in 2000 (AFAIK). https://www.google.com/patents/US4109741 https://www.google.com/patents/US20090266629 This last one is of course by Inventist. http://www.google.com/patents/US8807250 Your thoughts?
  4. I sold a year old Inmotion V5F which worked amazingly for 2 years /1,000 miles commuting to work and putting it in my closet. Bought a new a SoloWheel Glide 2. Every time I charge, at around 75-80% the charger gets extremely hot and starts making a high-pitched noise which I assumed was an overheat alarm or could also be some type of whine. Customer support at eWheels is claiming this is normal...... For a test I put a fan on the charger during the entire cycle to keep it cool and surprisingly no funny noises from the charger. Has anyone else experienced this? Is it an issue with the charger overheating, or just a funny noise?
  5. Selling Solowheel Glide 3 purchased a month ago. It has no miles on it and comes with 1 year warranty, which lasts until mid Jan 2020. The wheel has never been ridden outside, and performs as intended. I'm not the most athletic person and never got my confidence up to ride in the street There's a couple of small scuffs on the plastic but otherwise it's in perfect condition Selling for $599 (original price is $899). Shipping cost is added if you can't pick up. The wheel is 30 lbs + packaging so its about 35lbs all together
  6. I’ve had a Solowheel for several months and use it to get between buildings I work in in Seattle. A few nights ago I went on a 5mile journey and right before I got to my destination it suddenly shutoff causing me to face plant. Luckily I wasn’t going full speed but I’m shocked that there is any possibility of these devices doing such a thing. I can’t find any other posts of this happening to others so I’m a bit mystified. The best theory I have is damage from water spray but all the manual says is don’t ride in heavy rain. The streets I rode on were still damp from earlier rain but nothing like heavy rain, plus I see others riding these wheels in Seattle all the time and in the rain. The unit is now dead and doesn’t turn on or charge. Just curious if anyone has heard or situations like this? I’ve contacted the company and I’m waiting to hear what they have say. Heres the post I made to my friends about the incident if you care. Had a bit of a nightmare situation last night. Some may know that I bought a Solowheel a while back and I’ve been using it to get around the Amazon campus so I can get to and from back to back meetings in different buildings. Last night we had a team dinner that was 5miles from the office in Seattle and with traffic being so bad I thought this would be a fun opportunity to ride it there. I’d never ridden it so far and I wanted to see how it would handle on the rough city sidewalks. Well I was doing just fine and was only two blocks from the restaurant when suddenly I found myself flat on the ground and sliding to a stop basically on my hands and elbows. I think I was going around 10-15mph. Evidently the unit decided to shutoff with no warning. It’s a direct drive motor which means when it shut off the wheel stopped turning. I had zero time to react and fell like a tree except a tree travelling at 15mph as it falls. I had thought about what would happen if the machine malfunctioned and turned off and had naively thought I’d have time to react by running forward to catch myself. Boy was I wrong. I don’t even remember falling, one second I was whizzing along and the next I was sliding forward on my face. Actually it’s amazing that I didn’t face plant I must have instinctively placed my arms out as I ended up sort of in the plank position. So what happened? Best I can tell I think the unit shorted out from water. The streets were wet from earlier rain and a few times I went though some pretty wet spots. It’s also a possibility that the battery gave out since near the end it was getting low but I don’t think that’s it since a low battery is supposed to result in a gradual slow down in speed not an immediate shutdown. Overall I’m amazed I’m not more injured. I ripped my jacket and jeans and I have scrapes on my hands, elbows and one of my knees. This morning I’m really stiff and sore but thankful it didn’t end worse. As for the solowheel I left it plugged in at the office last night but there was no sign of life so I may have fried the electronics. Not sure I can trust it now even if it comes back to life.
  7. My son has a Solowheel Glide 3, purchased a few months ago. I'm looking at http://hobby16.neowp.fr/buy/ The charge doctor site indicates a GX12-3 connector for Glide 3, but my son's wheel has a 4-pin connector. I'm not sure if it's GX12-4 or GX16-4 (or something else?), and can't measure it. I'm thinking that this looks like a GX12-4. Does anyone know for sure? Here are the pics...
  8. I’ve had my Glide 3 (INMOTION V8) for about a month now, and I tried to change the sounds on the wheel yesterday. I downloaded a few free sound packages in the INMOTION app, but when I try to transfer them to the Solowheel, I get an error that says “Applying music failed.” The only way I can add new sounds is by recording my own, but then I can’t revert back to the default factory sounds. Has anyone ever had this problem or know of a way to fix this? Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Nick
  9. So... backstory in an attempt to justify my bad decisions I've been rollerblading for the majority of my life and about a month ago decided to buy a Segway miniPro to commute to the bus stop. After getting the hang of it, I decided it was just too slow to meet my needs and a bit too awkward to carry on the bus. Fortunately, I found a better use for it. It was the perfect speed to teach my Husky to jog next to me so she can get more of a workout than our usual walks. This had been going extremely well and the Segway's balance and control made it easy to control her 'personality'. After doing a ton of research, I decided to purchase my first EUC (V8) and learned how to ride in a few hours. After the second day, I felt comfortable enough to ride from the bus stop and back. After a couple of weeks of riding, I was starting to feel extremely confident on the wheel. Around the same time, I had been taking my pup to the park and Segway'd around a low foot traffic area to tire her out. Again, this had been going really well and I was very proud of my girl. Naturally, I realized 10-11mph was not enough to get my pup running and now I had all this extra power with the V8 and I was confident in my riding abilities. I had already taken her on a short ride with the V8 around my neighborhood at a slow speed and she acted the same as on the Segway. After a few laps around the park on the Segway, I decided to take her on the V8 to really get her running and to tire her out (only wearing my wrist guards). She was doing extremely well and we were almost done for the day when I decided to take her around the park for a final lap. At this point she was trailing behind because she had already gotten a good workout in. And then... a squirrel ran across the sidewalk in front of us and my pup kicked it into gear and sprinted toward the squirrel which gave me a huge yank to the left going around 15mph. I held onto the leash for dear life and unfortunately overcorrected and fell off the wheel on the right side and skidded several feet on the sidewalk. Luckily, because of my rollerblade experience, I bent down when the instability hit and fell forward. My wrist guards took the brunt of the fall and I managed to escape with a sore knee cap and a scrape on my forearm. Lessons learned: Wear full protective gear, especially when you're doing something new or have something like a dog that you can't have full control over. When taking your dog on your EUC, ensure that at minimum they have a good call back in case you need to let go of the leash to save a crash. When she took off after the squirrel, I should have dropped the leash then called her back. Running your dog on your EUC is a bad idea unless you're willing to put in a ton of time to train your pup and yourself. Otherwise, this is a danger to you and your pup. There were many times during training on the Segway she wanted to walk in front of me and stop, which could have resulted in getting hit if this was at higher speeds. If you're like me, you'd rather hurt yourself than your pup so you end up taking spills to avoid hurting your pup. At some point during my fall, I let go of the leash and my pup went after the squirrel. Attached is a photo of where she ended up after I dropped the leash.
  10. Los Angeles Electric Unicycle Addicts https://www.facebook.com/groups/1862054430504477/ @Sketch @NBC44 @Roll Model @enigma35 @noisycarlos @Questor @swvision @Ando Melkonyan @captainwells @Tjtripp @Sven @unowheel @Mushuukyou @YoshiSkySun @Jrkline "Wheel Whisperer" @Stan Onymous @Alsayyad @Marvin Ong @HeavyGoing @Kimosabi @zentype @serfy @n2eus @Williepimpin @Peter Q @Jon Sawa @Mike Hanna @maltocs @1Wheeler
  11. Inmotion V10 Playing their own cover songs again In 2005 I saw sir Paul McCartney with my father and two brothers at an auditorium concert in St Louis. After Sir Paul finished with his new CD songs, he played some Beatles covers in honor of John Lennons birthday. He even broke out the old Gibson bass he used to play. He was a bit stunned when he heard boos for the Detroit red wings Logo on the guitar body in St Louis Blues territory, but he more than made up for it by singing the reliably loved Beatles songs. The sound from his new band was amazing, as was his voice and piano playing. It was updated Beatles and the crowd loved it. This is the same feeling you will get from the new V10 if you are an Inmotion or briefly a Solowheel fan. You will fall in love all over again. Its like the new Moxie; improved with all the good flavors you remember and none of that bitterness because they added a ton of sugar. It is dependably fun which is what Inmotion’s app and website have always stood for. Now that Inmotion and Solowheel are merely a synergy rather than a corporate structure it is good to have just one Company, Inmotion, taking the credit for this model. I will go more into this during the description of the vehicle in the video review, but it really is a retro design from the V5f. Inmotion prides itself on being a company of “song” and enjoyment. Its app is always congratulating me in melting pot english by welcoming me to the world of Song.? This of course furls my brow and brings a smile to my face, because I immediately get the feeling they are trying to convey without really understanding it. You have to admit it is less condescending and more encouraging than the phrase “are we having fun yet?” Yes, is the answer to that. So much so that this review has been delayed for a week and two paragraphs due to me finding yet another reason to hop on it and go for a spin. The V10 is Inmotions newest model to hit the trails since the V8 in 2016. A lot has changed in the world of EUCling since then. The V10 gets an upgraded 2kw motor and a wider 2.5” tire to use all of that torque to grip the road. The pedals are wider and a bit longer with a rubber tread pad replacing the sandpaper treads. The handle pops up like an angry rooster’s head feathers and easily snaps into place. The led dot lights on the sides have been updated to led dashes. There are two bluetooth speakers for sound now, and a taillight that flashes when you stop. The headlight is new and Audi aftermarket bright. The battery is upgraded to a choice of 740wh or 960wh in the V10+. All of this on that familiar 16” wheel sitting high above the ground weighing in at 45lbs. You can have it in white which with its handle up looks like a spermatozoa, or in black which looks like a quotation mark, close quotes. If you are not used to the higher pedals and the higher center of gravity the first couple of tight turns will surprise you, but you will get the hang of it without fear soon enough. If you are used to the V8 or V5, this will feel like joy. Absolute unadulterated joy. Does the V10 fight you because its 50% heavier? No, the motor takes all the worry away as soon as it begins to move in any direction. The V8 and V5 both felt like a one wheel roller skate and that is a benefit as far as portability and self dependent excitement goes. In the world of uneven concrete and 20+ mph speeds you want something that’s more stable and wont get bounced away over that terrain. You want something that has your back, and roller skates dont really have the muscle for that. Xanadu showed us that in the 80’s. The V10 easily handles hills, any hills, all hills, what hills?. It has the climbing power of the KS18s and since it is lighter, it is easier to maneuver going straight up hills that are only slightly less steep than a wall. The speed feels stable at every speed and in spite of this I still slow down when the speed warning sounds at 24.67 mph. This is a bit of a puzzling speed limit for such a capable beast of a machine. Then again, the other day I hit a root bump and depression in the road that would’ve thrown the V8 across the street leaving me running off at 15 mph. The V10 gave the olde thymie warning off the hook phone sound, and kept on chugging ahead as dependable as ever. It walks softly and carries a loud, strong stick. That was a little thrill of joy that the V10 had my back in tough potholes, but still I wish I had a 27.80mph ceiling so I could cruise at 25mph without the warnings on smooth pavement not on the street. The V8 got a speed boost after a while, so maybe that will be in the works for the V10 after the launch excitement wears down. 24 mph is more than enough for 95% of the time on my rides, but and I say this to Inmotion with all due respect- sometimes in traffic it is safer when you can speed up to avoid certain impatient drivers for short periods of time. Fortunately this beast is more than maneuverable enough to bounce onto sidewalks to avoid busses and awful drivers as well. With all of that bouncing, how do the pedals perform? They grip your feet like flattened Orangutan hands. The cushion of the rubber absorbs some of the force of the bumps and the four finger sized dashed treads do a fantastic job of wedging your feet to the pedals. Do your feet slip off? Not nearly as much as on the V8, and those sandpaper treads made it very difficult to just slide your foot back into position without lifting your foot or over sliding. The rubber pads make repositioning very easy. I have not tried it in wet conditions, but have stepped onto the pedals with wet shoes and found the footing to be just as stable. Sandpaper has a release force otherwise it would never drag across things. Bouncing while riding is exactly what can get it to release. The rubber absorbs a lot of this force and the dash segments give enough wedge force to give your shoes great grip. It is what’s on the two wheel segways and most hover boards pedal boards, so it is tried and tested even if not fully by yours truly. The V10 weighs in at 45lbs, heavier than the 30lb V8, but so well balanced that it feels like 40lbs. Carrying it up and down stairs, using the gyro disengagement button under the handle is still a comfortable option even with my injured elbow. The additional weight must be all motor and batteries. With twice the batteries comes twice the range, or nearly twice the range. The V10+ takes me 12 miles with 70% power remaining with extreme use, and 22 miles with 44% power left over dirt trails, hills, and full speed road travel. This beast gulps power. At 44% power the speed limit drops to 22.28 mph, which interestingly is a KS16s. The bluetooth speakers have received more use than I would have thought. They are moderately loud and only get distortion if you use a third party amplifier app for your phone. The headlight is an upgrade from the last one, and it can practically make solar panels activate its so bright. The flashing taillight is a welcome addition, but just like the V5f, the trolly handle obscures the light to vehicles following behind. On the V5f there were tail lights that ran along the sides of the rear fender. Why didn’t the V10 copy that too? This brings me to another useful observation, that the V10 is the V5 all grown up. From the trolly handle to the taillight, to the built in leg pads, and the little indent under the vehicle handle that is now grown large enough to fit a decent size chain lock or large bike lock under it to lock it up. This is the V5 x 2. Thankfully the V5 inspired trolley handle works perfectly and is easily raised without getting stuck. A little tip - turn the V10 backwards for more stable trolleying. The app is probably one of the most useful and interesting apps on the market for any EUC being sold now. There is a mileage contest that seems rigged, but is still fun. There are social message boards integrated as well as a mapping function and new metrics for almost every parameter on the vehicle except inner-tube air pressure and when I need to use the toilet. It is hands down the most useful app around bundled with or without a company. It does make my Blackberry priv a bit hot, but thats small potatoes compared with the wh/mile measurements or average watt usage, maximum watts used, top speed, average speed, and so on. There is a screen that graphs out your speed, power consumption, and various other metrics measuring different types of electricity. I am once again enjoying their app after taking a break for other once more functional apps. To sum it up, this is the most considerate EUC on the road now. It really seems that Inmotion has listened to its riders in order to improve it. A word of caution as this tactic didn't work for the Studebaker, which wound up giving drivers what they already had in previous years, not knowing what the engineers were capable of in other manufacturers. We shall see how other vehicle riders will respond. However the V10 is an improvement using current technology which will soon be replaced by newer technology. Such is the relentless path of technology. The V5 came out in 2015 with a 550watt motor. The V10 which is its larger twin is almost four times as powerful with a 2000watt motor, and nearly 2 1/2 times the range, with almost twice the speed and all the safety of the V5. The bluetooth speakers are bright and also help you hear that important call while riding in traffic. All the same anachronistic warning sounds are still there and although they can be personalized with your own sounds, these are the sounds I have grown fond of, kind of like Beatles songs. This combined with the ride, which is Inmotion fantastic, makes it a must upgrade for the V8 and V5 fans. For those worrying about the speed limit of 25 mph, remember that one, Inmotion does listen to their riders’ concerns, and two, the vehicle is ripe for un-governing with a 2kw motor powering it. Apparently, Inmotion is supremely considerate of their riders, and want their riders alive. They have become the antithesis of the ‘don’t let the concrete hit your ass on the way out of the lot’ Gotway mission statement. In other words, if you like pretending you are a test pilot breaking the sound barrier, this vehicle is probably not for you, and even the kids in the minivan passing your gotway know this. It is however, like a considerate robot taking you to your destinations with speed, safety, and ease. It even says ‘be careful’ encouragingly if you lay it on its side. The V10 is the equivalent of Paul McCartney covering his own songs now with all the experience of his life adding to the thrill. You will smile while riding this as wide as you would listening to your favorite songs, and the bluetooth speakers will bring that out if the ride doesn’t first. So in conclusion, also like Sir Paul, Inmotion is equally animal friendly. For instance, it even has a function to integrate your camera into the app’s read out screen allowing you to also view the road infront of you so you wont run over any bunnies. Because you see- “Dead bunnies ruin the Song of joy. Close quotes.’’
  12. Hey guys, Just wanted to post about used / refurbished unit sale from our London office (pick-up preferred but insured EU-wide shipping also available): Ninebot E+ X2 - starting at £280 Kingsong 14S demo unit - 4 times outside, £800 Several V3 units - starting at £150 Solowheel Classic x4 - £50 for parts (dead battery) Inmotion V8 refurbished - visible scratches over the top panel - £650 All alive units are covered with 3 months short warranty. I also have a couple of bikes and used e-scooters available, all way below Aliexpress cost Our office is still based at 1 Westminster Bridge Rd, happy to arrange a trial for anything ??
  13. Spring is coming, and here is a great deal especially if you'd like group riding with your close friends or family member who has got a wheel yet! Now buy Glide 3(InMotion V8) you have a chance to get a Glide 2 Lite(InMotion V5) for $150, check out here: https://www.myinmotion.com/products/solowheel-glide-3
  14. We shared some story behind InMotion and Solowheel, please check it out here: https://www.myinmotion.com/blogs/news/the-story-behind-inmotion-and-solowheel.
  15. Spring is coming, and here is a great deal especially if you'd like group riding with your close friends or family member who has got a wheel yet! Now buy Glide 3(InMotion V8) you have a chance to get a Glide 2 Lite(InMotion V5) for $150, check out here: https://www.myinmotion.com/products/solowheel-glide-3
  16. Post-Crowdfunding You may have seen our Kickstarter campaign for Solowheel Brush at the beginning of 2018. We knew it was a long shot considering the size of the electric unicycle market, and sadly, we didn't reach our funding goal. So while the company may not be taking it into mass production, we feel for those who supported us because it’s a truly useful tool for overcoming the steeper learning curve for those learning to ride their electric unicycle for the first time, and we'd hate to see such a great idea go to waste. Since the brush was designed to be compatible with pedals on most other models out there in the market - not just InMotion or Solowheel - there might be an opportunity for someone else to pick up where we left off. Here's What We Can Offer We can provide the technical documents and vendor info at no cost, and we can also assist in placing production orders from anyone that decides to take the idea further into production. Because the brush concept works well for multiple brands and models, it's more realistic to bring the cost down in manufacturing compared to developing for a single brand or model. Contact us for more information! More info here: https://www.myinmotion.com/blogs/news/taking-solowheel-brush-into-mass-production
  17. The new Solowheel Scorpion is suppose to ship the first week of December. Does anyone have the specs or better yet... ordered one? The only spec I have is the $1595 price! Below is a link to the Scorpion basic manual that is just basic boiler plate language. Disappointing! http://www.inventist.com/assets/images/inventions/solowheelscorpion/Solowheel_Scorpion_2016-Manual.pdf
  18. Hey guys, As you may already know, we are working on some ideas to support the EUC riding communities all over the country. So we'd like to hold a mileage contest to reward the rider with the most miles racked up during the contest period. The prize? A free Glide 2 Lite. Perfect for a beginner or that person in your life that you've been trying to convince... Basic Rules: 1. Attendance: Anyone with any brand wheel above 18 years old living in United States 2. Apply procedure: Comment under this thread with “I read the waiver thoroughly and I agree all the terms and want to participate this contest, and my start mileage is xxx miles” , and attach the screenshot of App showing the current mileage of your wheel. Screenshot must be dated the day of posting and contain the same mileage stated in your post. At the end of February, Post in this thread to mark your progress. First quote your original entry post, then show us your ending mileage with a screenshot dated no later than 02/28/2018. 3. Winner: The champion is the one who has the most mileage! 4. Award: Free Solowheel Glide 2 Lite 5. Date: The award will be sent out before 03/10/2018 6. Waiver: I am of full legal age. I have carefully read this release and fully understand its contents. I execute it voluntarily and with full knowledge of its significance. I understand there may be dangers in participation in this contest. I expressly assume all risks, including personal injury, property damage and all other loss relating to my participation in this contest, and I expressly waive and release the Solowheel Inc from all claims resulting from any such risks. I verify that I have no impairment that might inhibit or make unsafe my participation in this contest. I will abide by all applicable safety rules, guidance and regulations governing my participation in this contest.
  19. Hi guys We want to bring more people to EUC cycle, so we are trying to lower the entrance level, especially the price barrier. We have some limited edition of Solowheel Glide 2 Lite(InMotion V5) in stock, which is a great model for beginners to start with, and we set the price to be $399. For EUC community, we even offer 10% off before 3/22/2018 with a coupon code of "EUCG2Spring", so if you have friend or family member who wants a entrance model, please check out here: https://www.myinmotion.com/products/solowheel-glide-2
  20. We are looking for someone who can help with our repair work in San Diego, and the work should cover all InMotion products including EUC and other e-scooters, and also Solowheel G2/G3. It's a part time job, and candidate can work in nights or weekend. We will inform the hours needed a week ahead of time, and the work place is our SD office.
  21. We are looking for someone who can help with our repair work in San Diego, and the work should cover all InMotion products including EUC and other e-scooters, and also Solowheel G2/G3. It's a part time job, and candidate can work in nights or weekend. We will inform the hours needed a week ahead of time, and the work place is our SD office.
  22. Hi guys We want to bring more people to EUC cycle, so we are trying to lower the entrance level, especially the price barrier. We have some limited edition of Solowheel Glide 2 Lite(InMotion V5) in stock, which is a great model for beginners to start with, and we set the price to be $399. For EUC community, we even offer 10% off before 3/22/2018 with a coupon code of "EUCG2Spring", so if you have friend or family member who wants a entrance model, please check out here: https://www.myinmotion.com/products/solowheel-glide-2
  23. Sale Ended - See You Next Time! We've got 2 deals running for 24 hours. Sale Ends 2/1/2018 5:59am
  24. As the title suggests, Solowheel is running an exchange program that accepts non-Solowheel EUCs as a trade-in for an instant discount on a new Glide series. https://solowheel.com/pages/exchange-program It's a very painless process, and it's perfect for anyone with an entry-level wheel looking to upgrade. We've already received quite a few trade-ins. Lots of Ninebot Ones, older Solowheels, and some Gotways coming in so far! This program is a limited time offer, so if itching to pull the trigger on a new wheel, definitely check it out.
  25. Read the story. I guess Solowheel is not dead. http://newatlas.com/inventist-solowheel-iota/47563/?utm_source=Gizmag+Subscribers&utm_campaign=852252cc0d-UA-2235360-4&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_65b67362bd-852252cc0d-91117289
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