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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!

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17 hours ago, Tjtripp said:

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.

Could be a normal range - especially if you rode some hills and are a bit heavier than an average chinese...

for riding steadily on a flat road (no inclines and no strong headwind) its not enough.

17 hours ago, Tjtripp said:

 The app said it had a total of 60 miles when I got the wheel so I assume that yhe wheel sat for awhile.

60 miles are absolutely out of reach... maybe going downwards with tailwind and home sickness.

17 hours ago, Tjtripp said:

My question is if a model e+ or c+ battery will swap right in. Thanks in advance!

E+ and E batteries are swapable. Presumably also the c+ - but i don't know this. Imho also the P batteries can be used?

with the e you definitely want a big battery - especially living in a hilly area!

with my e+ (?320Wh) i made (with a nice hill at the end) just 10 km with one charge.

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Thank you guys for your input.  By 60 miles I meant that the wheel had a total of 60 miles ridden on it to date.  Think i'll ride this wheel as is until I get really comfortable with in, then get that inmotion v8 I've been eyeballing :)

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7 minutes ago, SuperSport said:

According to Ian at Speedyfeet, you can swap the batteries just fine.  I was able to get between 10-17 miles on my E+ depending on terrain and how fast I was riding.  It had the 320Wh battery.

5 miles with 40% left is not bad for that smaller battery.

Thank you for the info.  I guess my battery is ok.  The wheel runs fine and I've been having a blast.  Luckily I only live about a mile from work so range is not super crucial.  

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