@Wakeboarder54 Ah so that could be a difference between the US and Canada then (or between different insurers) as in Canada you can pretty much schedule anything you like (subject to the agreement of your insurer) as long as it has an agreed value. I have scheduled bikes and other sports equipment and all I had to do was provide a copy of my original receipt which serves as the agreed value in the event of a loss. Either way as you say it would be covered.
@kbman I will be waiting a few weeks after a new update makes it out in the wild. I am still getting the hang of the current firmware. It would be nice to have a rollback feature in the OW app for early adopters.
@kbman Maybe it's not even there? I don't know. I haven't used the method in ages, since there's multiple apps for it on android now.
Not that I usually change it much anyway, mostly just leave it on extreme.
They probably aren't going to work on it since they said not to use the manual switch, but I agree that they are a bit too quiet.
Hopefully they are working on something fun.
As far a modes, extreme or elevated depending on terrain. I never tried classic.
For foot position, I think people dwell on it too much. I have my feet all over the place and as long as some part of your foot is in the sensor area you should be fine as long as you can keep your feet flat on the OW. I think that what happens to some is that they are toes/heels in or out a bit and barley on one of the sensors. As they lean one way or the other, they press down on the heel and take weight off the toe (or the opposite) and that causes the problem. You want to keep a consistent pressure on the heel and toe always. When you wand to lean you just press more into the heel or toe but never release pressure. When standing in the OW correctly you should feel the entire weight of your body spread evenly throughout the bottoms of your feet.
Think relaxed body, open joints, stacking of the spine, good posture and strong angles.
It is hefty for sure it feels sturdy though. I feel like if it were lighter it would b awesome for flatland tricks as well as downhill. Maybe not kick flipable but like a pogo or even some kind of casper slide?