Riding along, just getting onto the ramp into a parking lot, my OW+ stopped going. I of course kept going, though it was a minor fall and nothing but a bit of road rash.
When I returned to the OW+ after brushing myself off I was surprised to find that it was powered off. Powered off as in, phone app not connected, no lights, no blue LED. I had to power it back on to keep going. This seems odd -- certainly different from my previous falls. It even seems suspiciously like a board issue rather than user error (although I still assume it was some sort of user error -- I'm under 100 miles and still working out the kinks).
To cover the obvious bases: Battery at 82%, Cruz profile, traveling at low speed (perhaps 6 mph), going from flat road to slight upward incline.
I'll admit it makes me a bit nervous -- if there's a sudden power-off condition and it happened at speed or near traffic I could be in quite a pickle! Is there a known behaviour that I might have tripped through inexpert riding or should I worry that there's a loose power coupling?
honestly i don't see a reason to have sequoia or cruz as options, i get it that new riders may not want to go fast, but learning to control your speed is important, and the nose coming up at 10mph seems sketchy to me.
Yeah, I actually thought I'd been in Mission, but the phone app said Cruz. I wonder if the loss of power also toggled the shaping somehow.