MetricUSA Posted March 16, 2015 Share Posted March 16, 2015 I realize there is only a hundred versions and user weights but what are your real life experiences on the distances with the battery/model you are getting??? I believe the companies are overstating what units can do for real! I (72 kg) bought a AirWheel Q3 (800 w motor) w/340 wh battery... They claim it should get 25-40 km (that's 15-25 miles for you sad Americans) but..... I only get 10 mi (sorry, not 8 km, stupid two measurement system country!), on flat land.... Big Disappointment. State your mass, model, battery, claim distance, Real Distance. Needless to say, it should be based on mainly flat terrain for better comparison. Holy Crap update--- I talked to sellers, they say the only way, beside tear apart, is by weight, to know what battery I have. Q3 comes in 4 different batteries, mine should weigh (340wh) 31.5 lb, (170wh) 30 lb, mine actually weighed in at 26.5 Pounds!!!! BS update--- now seller claims my unit was 'early' unit made up of 'lighter' material, but will refund the extra $200 if kept... The bs just gets higher and higher.... And they said the upper limit of 40 miles is only theoretical. Really??? Why state something that will never happen? And I should go 5 mph.... How? There is no gauge to see how fast I am doing....and why buy an e-unicycle if I can walk that fast... Wonder if the 'lighter material' was a freakn battery!!! Update I took the money and rode off! And still have a sad little eu... Lesson learned... Not airwheelunicycle.com sellers fault, totally, I blame scrupulous Chinese business practices, sadly seller is repeating blasphemous rhetoric... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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