Thrown off after nosedive with no pushback warning (nose dive, nose-dive)



  • @thegreck not if shape is designed for it. Like the metallic protection parts on the bikes and or motorcyclist garments specialy designed for sliding when a fall happens.



  • @wheeler sorry abt your ac3. Actually am going to visit the specialist Wednesday. I don't like the quite important swelling on my shoulder because the collarbone pressure. I fear it is a grade 3 or so... Hope am wrong.



  • @wheeler am in Catalonia Spain shipping from/to here $350. I think they are investigating but to recognize it means to recognize a problem which means accepting responsibility and this is little bit dangerous for a company that sells such a kind of product. Am sure sooner than later they will find the solution. In the meantime it is better to ride with as many body protections as possible. At least as many as for riding a bike for example. Maybe when am able to ride again they have found the solution in the meantime. Hopefully.... Cheers!



  • @wheeler I do not Work for OneWheel. I run my own site and Youtube "We Ride Onewheel" Info and fun stuff for the Onewheel community. ( Clubs Coming Soon )



  • @thegreck
    Is elevated mode more safe than extreme?
    Maybe it keeps you more conscious of lewning back?



  • @wheeler I find Elevated to be a personal preference, but you should try it out because it might make you less likely to put too much weight forward, or at least make you more conscious of doing it like you said.



  • @thegreck
    Ive been wanting to see how elevated is. I will test it on the soccer field first. I wish there were more modes. I keep checking the app store for an app update. Hopefully they'll add a mode above classic.
    I lack speed discipline and eat it on extreme too much. You really have to stay centered. If you lean too far ober that center point, like most have said you will be picking pebbles out of your palms.



  • @Tartopom Fixed the battery alert issue and just pushed the update. It should now work with the screen turned off or locked (just tested it). I have to admit, it's a cool idea/feature, I spend less time looking at the screen now when riding to see the battery stats (which is also safer).



  • @parrothd Does it still disconnect when you turn off your screen? That shouldn't happen, it should keep running.

    As far as falling, I'm going to try different treads. The shoes I'm wearing are hiking shoes or tennis shoes - hiking shoes seem to be better. It looks like one of the foot pads is a bit on the sensitive side, it's detecting my foot coming off then the OW is going down.



  • @kwatts Great :) I will try it in the coming days. right now it's raining....so I prefer to not ride under rain :) Have you considered my feedback for further improvments? :) it sound stupid, but at first I don't know "mode 2" was extreme for example, it's not obvious ;)



  • @wheeler , be one with the board. I am skateboarder/snowboarder/surfer. I have nosedived and ate it only once. Knock on wood. But I have nosedived only a few times and caught my self (every time I either accelerated too fast or was turning going uphill slowly and disengaged one sensor pad) But I can feel and hear the motor when I gets to the limit. "Know your board, know the motor, and let it be an extension of you." That should be my quote line. Lol



  • So as an iPhone user I'm curious what my options are here, if I buy a used android phone, could I just connect to my board via bluetooth? without activation? or buy an android watch(without the phone)?



  • @No
    You dont have to activate it. I use an ipod touch and have also connected with an ipad. I dont have any mileage stats though. I hope that stat is keeping track in the onewheel hardware. Id be curious to see the mileage.



  • @wheeler thanks, I just found this thing http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/281960634611?lpid=82&chn=ps&ul_noapp=true

    Super tiny, and super cheap, might pick one up

    Edit: cheaper here, double checked and it does have bluetooth http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LDMYZB4/ref=ask_ql_qh_dp_hza



  • @kwatts remember you only need 1 sensor activated above .5mph...

    I think flat shoes are the best, Toms, or other skateboarding shoe. Try keeping below 12mph. I rarely push thru or hit push back in extreme anymore, unless I'm prepared to bail.



  • @Tartopom Yep going through the list, keep them coming.



  • @wheeler Any Android device with Bluetooth should work, just make sure it's running Android 5.0 (lollipop) or higher - early versions were buggy.



  • @kwatts Hello :) just tried your new update last night and it worked like a charm! I got vibration warning when I reached 75%, 50% and 25% :D it's a great addon :) thanks for having implemented it!
    In fact, I think that with very few cosmetic changes, your apps will be better than the one wheel official one ;)
    now I feel that I'm missing stats on my session.
    So, it would be great to have top speed, average speed, distance ridden, and why not a trace on a map ;)
    I know it's huge work, just giving my idea, then it depends where you want to push this apps.
    But obviously, soon it will replace the official one :D



  • Lol.. Install ski tracks app, it does all that..

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  • I know, there is several apps which can do that, but I'd like to have a dedicated one to our beloved wheel :-)


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