@wheelcity the 5.5 is pretty quick for sure. The 6.0 hoosier is a real nice balance, bigger contact patch, reasonably stable, great roundy shape. I wanna try out the burris at some point as well. I think if you feel like your tire is holding you back, there certainly are a number of completely unique tires to try out that may fit your style better.
@readysetawesome thanks for the reply. When I pointed out the sharp edge I was corrected that I was wrong and it's "beveled", which they aren't wrong, lol, but it's definitely not flush! Had seen enough photos to tell me it catches first before the bumper (if you're reading Jeff, I don't care that it catches, I'm still interested ;P)
Thank you for the great initial review on the XR. From all the recent XR posts it seems it is the best OW to date. Now my hopefully not too long XR deleviery awaits a first ride. The OW + ride seems very similar to V1 in most cases so really pumped to ride the XR.
The location permission is necessary for the app to use the Bluetooth interface. You should have been asked to enable it when you first ran the app. Maybe I should ask for this permission (when it is not granted) every time the app starts.
The list of Bluetooth devices is not limited to the display of OneWheel devices, yet. I will work this in into future versions of the app.
Since there is no definite malfunction, I do not need the logs. Thanks.
@hoovdini I opened up the controller board on one of my OWs, and found two 60v capacitors. I asked an EE friend of mine about them and he said they were probably for cleaning up the current. I am not an EE, but my first thought was 'these are what provide the 'surge' in the OW+'
I'd love to see the controller board of the V1. If the V1 doesn't have those capacitors, then I would think they are, indeed, what they use to prevent some nosedives.
I'm going to repeat my advice I posted earlier... Learn to roll, and roll well. Yes, this works at high speeds. I was doing about 35 on my motorcycle when a car t-boned me. Rolled, and stood up. Sore for a year where the car hit me, but no injuries from flying through the air and hitting the pavement.
20 years of martial arts, but anyone can learn to roll. Practice so that it's natural and you don't have to think
@Ansen-French Hope you're going to Venice Beach - I'd LOVE to ride my Onewheel on that boardwalk.
From what I've read on the forums, you have a 50/50 chance of getting your Onewheel on the plane, whether it's checked in or your carry-on, no matter which airline. It all depends on the mood of the TSA agent of airline employee you run into. Scary, right?
I just sold my Onewheel+ yesterday, and paid $59 to ship it from NC to MO via FedEx. If I had to travel with my Onewheel, I'd just ship it both directions. It'll cost over $100, but hey, the OneWheel is a non-necessity luxury item to begin with, and most people who own one probably have some disposable income ;)
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