@tony420121 ship the original box back inside of the outer box. I don't know FM's official policy but I'm with @sonny123- remove the Onetail and send it back to FM with the stock footpad. There are warranty restrictions- for example if you change the grip tape that voids the warranty.
@epicq3 If you are a serious user of your V1, then yes. If you just occasionally use it, no. Stated another way - if your Onewheel was stolen today, would you immediately order another one to replace it? If yes, then I say the upgrade is worth it to you.
For me, it has been a worthwhile upgrade. The upgrade is not mind blowing, but it is real. This is not in anyway a dig against the +. It's merely of a statement of how awesome V1 (still) is.
When the battery is low, like 20% and under, there is enough "battery sag" that it can't output as much and has a harder time keeping the board level. This is more evident on the + due to the larger motor. I've seen a few of these nosedives and they all have the same thing in common, they happened when the OW battery was low.
The Onewheel uses a the Constant Current/Constant Voltage charge technique (CCCV) its pretty common for quick charging. So what happens is when you plug into the board the charger will start giving max current which is 3.5A on this charger. Then at 80% charge the board BMS will start dropping current while maintaining 58V and finish the charge. At this point your trickle charging and the BMS won't allow the board to go above 58.4v. LiFePO4 battery chemistry is very resilient to overcharge and can safely be overcharged to 4.2v per cell. I would not worry about over current at all when it comes to damaging. However the BMS is another story and can shut down the board if it thinks it's overcharging. I'm guessing they play it safe and shut it down way earlier than necessary. Regenerative braking is just a by product of the way the Onewheel is designed. The energy has to go somewhere and it makes it's way back to the battery.
Just watched a fb video where a rider is cruising along pretty fast with the cell phone (capturing video) in one hand and the other hand (leading shoulder side) in his pocket. No pads in sight either. Thats friggin dumb. Hell I could break his clavicle for him if that’s what he wants... and it’d be way cheaper than a Onewheel.
@tony420121 Might want to get a stock waiver for people to sign. Airbnb could probably give some advice and they might even offer some kind of waiver people have to click through to book. I talked to the guy I linked to and he said he hadn't gotten much interest, possibly since he only had one extra board and most interested people would be a couple or in a group. Good excuse to buy a 3rd board!