adampj Posted October 9, 2018 Share Posted October 9, 2018 (edited) Hi All, I have been riding the Fastwheel Eva Pro for the last 4 weeks, although it's been a great training wheel in some respects, it regularly receives negative feedback, particularly on ride quality. I think it's been a useful machine to learn the basics on, practicing turning, riding in general, but now with my falls becoming increasingly less (and the hopeful reduction in chances of accidents!), I'm thinking about where to go next. I have set a budget of upto £1k for my next 'investment' machine - I've caught the EUC bug and I spend most days thinking about where I can ride next . I'm interested on hearing your views/comments/recommendations for the best value for money machine I can buy for around this price tag. What would you do if you £1k to spend on a EUC? Important Considerations Reliability & Build Quality - I'm looking for something that is solidly built, that feels like a quality bit of kit and ideally is known for its reliability and lack of cut-offs comparable to others. Range - I'd like to be able to get into my local city on occasions, this is 15 mile journey. I guess I would then look to find somewhere to recharge before the trip back. Off-Road Abilities - Although predominately I'll be using this in an urban environment, I would also like to know it's a good runner if I decide to take it on a little off-roading, dirt tracks, grass etc on occasions. I think as a natural upgrade to my current 12-inch wheel, a 14-inch or a 16-inch would be a good bet I think. I'm not talking entirely through the middle of forests, just comfortable enough to use down cycle tracks etc. The local commute avoiding 60mph main roads involves tracks between fields, often used by walkers through relatively muddy sections. A few models that I've considered for the running are (but not limited to): Inmotion V8 Kingsong KS-14D Ninebot ONE S2 I appreciate everyone will have different opinions and views on 'the best' EUC that can be bought in this price range, but any and all views and recommendations/pros & cons, will be gratefully received! I look forward to hearing what you think. Thanks for reading! (and any help in advance!) Edit: If it makes any difference, I weigh around 11st/70kg, perhaps with a few extra KG's when I'm with a rucksack. Terrain is generally pretty flat throughout a majority of my trips. Edited October 9, 2018 by adampj Added likely trip terrain, weight info. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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