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(SOLD) Huanxi H2 - Used - Great beginner wheel - Los Angeles CA $200


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11-11-16 UPDATE:   Price Reduction  $200

 

Hello All.

As you may know, I got my first wheel August 15th.  It's a Huanxi H2, that I bought online for $349.

It has served me well as a wheel to learn on, and I've recently upgraded to a NineBot One E+, so my Huanxi is for sale.

I've put less than 50 miles on it.  It has a few scratches on it, but works fine.  I added some padding to the sides, and some grip tape to the pedals which has been an improvement.

It has decent power and is very stable and predictable tilt back.  In fact a bunch of us rode to the top of the HOLLWOOD sign last weekend and this little wheel worked really well.

Here are the specifications:

Certificates FCC, CE, RoHS, MSDS, UN38.3.

Max. Speed 18Km/h

Max. Range 20Km per charge

Max. Load 120Kg

Climb Angle 20 degree

Tire Size 14" diametre

Battery 132wh 2,200mah rechargeable Lithium battery, Samsung original

Motor 350watts fine copper motor

Charging Time 60‐70 minutes

Charging Voltage AC 110‐240V, 50‐60Hz

With Samsung Original Battery, UL Certified Charger, UN38.3 Battery, CE, FC and RoHS compliance with overcharge protection control card.

It also has LED headlight and taillights, but they are not very bright.

 

It is also branded as a Moohoo.

Here's a link to a review.

http://forum.electricunicycle.org/topic/725-h3-mohoo-unicycle/ 

 

I'm asking $275 but feel free to make an offer.

This is a great wheel to learn on at a reasonable price.

Q~

Huanxi H2 -IMG_20160901_58390.jpg

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Really?

I find it difficult to believe that there isn't anyone in a city of 20 million people that wants to try to learn to ride an EUC.

I'll take any reasonable offer.  This poor wheel needs more love than I can give it.

Thanks.

Q~

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On 10/8/2016 at 2:55 AM, Marty Backe said:

If only those 20 million subscribed to this forum ;-)

You can always keep it in the trunk of your car for little excursions, etc. That's what I do with a similar wheel.

You don't worry about the heat (when parked in sunlight) causing explosions?

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35 minutes ago, John Eucist said:

You don't worry about the heat (when parked in sunlight) causing explosions?

I don't think the temperature gets much above 120-130 degrees. Electric cars (Telsa, etc) don't explode when parked in the sun.

To answer your question, no I don't worry.

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2 hours ago, Marty Backe said:

I don't think the temperature gets much above 120-130 degrees. Electric cars (Telsa, etc) don't explode when parked in the sun.

Good point.  But is it possible that Tesla and other electric cars have better ventilation or heat sink for the battery area?

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On 10/7/2016 at 11:55 AM, Marty Backe said:

You can always keep it in the trunk of your car for little excursions, etc. That's what I do with a similar wheel.

I have an Ips a130 that I always keep in my black truck.It's been there for about a year and I only use it if I want to zip around Home depot or something on it and I never have any problems.It is always good to have a backup wheel or 2 or 3 or 7,soon to be 8.

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On 9/20/2016 at 12:59 PM, Questor said:

11-11-16 UPDATE:   Price Reduction  $200

 

Hello All.

As you may know, I got my first wheel August 15th.  It's a Huanxi H2, that I bought online for $349.

It has served me well as a wheel to learn on, and I've recently upgraded to a NineBot One E+, so my Huanxi is for sale.

I've put less than 50 miles on it.  It has a few scratches on it, but works fine.  I added some padding to the sides, and some grip tape to the pedals which has been an improvement.

It has decent power and is very stable and predictable tilt back.  In fact a bunch of us rode to the top of the HOLLWOOD sign last weekend and this little wheel worked really well.

Here are the specifications:

Certificates FCC, CE, RoHS, MSDS, UN38.3.

Max. Speed 18Km/h

Max. Range 20Km per charge

Max. Load 120Kg

Climb Angle 20 degree

Tire Size 14" diametre

Battery 132wh 2,200mah rechargeable Lithium battery, Samsung original

Motor 350watts fine copper motor

Charging Time 60‐70 minutes

Charging Voltage AC 110‐240V, 50‐60Hz

With Samsung Original Battery, UL Certified Charger, UN38.3 Battery, CE, FC and RoHS compliance with overcharge protection control card.

It also has LED headlight and taillights, but they are not very bright.

 

It is also branded as a Moohoo.

Here's a link to a review.

http://forum.electricunicycle.org/topic/725-h3-mohoo-unicycle/ 

 

I'm asking $275 but feel free to make an offer.

This is a great wheel to learn on at a reasonable price.

Q~

Huanxi H2 -IMG_20160901_58390.jpg

Hi,My name is Eric and I’m interested to buy your wheel but not at this price.If you are ok for 150$ I can come to take it today or tomorrow if is better for you,what do you think?

 

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