Want some good laughs?



  • Check out this company on You tube. I laughed at a few of them really good. The way their spokesperson makes the products look epic.

    This one with the Epic Soundtrack... wow. Nice factory tour any way.
    WOW

    This one right where I started it. OMG really.
    Right here what he says is so funny to me plus right after it about onewheel Rewind and watch the whole video after it.

    I want to buy one now just to laugh at it in comparison, and Im curious ha ha



  • What the hell? He didn't once even turn! Is turning not even possible? And did you notice he didn't show the mounting process? Just talked about it, then cut to a scene of him riding it.



  • @thegreck I think turning on those is pretty easy. Their design isn't new so there are other videos of this design turning. But balancing on this is supposed to be considerably hard for most.



  • @Dude And they didn't even bother paying for the stock music for the factory tour video! It still has the Audio Jungle watermark! That's insane... those songs cost like $5-$10.



  • @thegreck ha ha I know. See its fun to watch that stuff. I watch to much YouTube.



  • I know it's partly bc I love snowboarding after years of skiing, but I don't see the appeal in facing forward. I feel like sideways may give you a better chance to protect yourself if you fall. Maybe it's just me...



  • @hekkubus No, it's not just you. Look up "hoverboard fails" on YouTube and you'll find hundreds of people hurting themselves really badly falling on their backs when they're barely even moving on those stupid things. OneWheel accidents tend to usually only happen at high speeds, and almost always the rider falls forward and at least has a chance to catch themselves or run it out.



  • @thegreck Yes but must admit on the Onewheel I find myself facing forward sometimes and other times sideways depending on the terrain and the speed I'm moving at. I am not sure why.



  • @Dude Regardless of where your head is turned, your momentum is always to one side or the other, and there's never the chance for the board to suddenly shoot out from under you from behind. Unless you turn backside really quickly over something really slippery.



  • @thegreck said:

    @Dude Regardless of where your head is turned, your momentum is always to one side or the other, and there's never the chance for the board to suddenly shoot out from under you from behind. Unless you turn backside really quickly over something really slippery.

    Ok yes I agree!


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