One Wheel Fender Availability

  • @lardnicus Hey mate, im in Perth , Western Austalia.

    Agree, need to see if we can do a group deal.

  • Just got my OneWheel :). I will soon begin the digital camo vinyl wrap job on the fender and the side rails of the board. I'll post pictures tomorrow when it's done. The vinyl company sent me the wrong camo, but no biggie, I'll go with it. If I don't like it, I'll change it.

  • @Franky
    Julian said it was just a matter of adjusting something. He adjusted mine and it hasn't made the noise since.

  • I just got the batman fender! It is so awesome! No more pebbles in my shoes on neighborhood rides!! I love it... Also, still fits my mini blue tooth nicely on the side.

    PS: I vote for blue tooth speaker to be built into version 2.


  • @Franky I really wish someone would post a video of this. hint hint I've heard "things" on my board but just keep riding. =)

  • @veryous check this out. rumbling or grinding noise

    There is a noise and motion you can feel happening in the wheel before I start moving. Start moving and the noise gets worse.

    I've been riding for about three months now and this is my first issue. Can't ride it this way. Along with the noise you can feel resistance and I probably can't get above 8 mph right now.

    Fm responded back today asking for a video and a screenshot of my settings probably to confirm what they believe to be the issue.

    One thing to note is I just realized one of the small screws on the hub holding to motor is missing. I wonder if junk could get into the hub through it. image.jpeg

    here is another vid

  • Also got my fender today. Yay? Lol

  • Added a little carbon fiber... :)

  • @parrothd. Is that 3m's 1080 wrap or something else?

  • Getting it to look good on the sides was to much for me, so I went with the center only..

    Moyishi 3D Black Carbon Fiber Film Twill Weave Vinyl Sheet Roll Wrap - 24''x60''


  • @Franky holy crap man, that doesn't sound good. Definitely something off in there. Sorry man. Get your pad replaced or swap that grip tape at least when it's in or back. =)

  • Wrapping the entire fender was a bad idea (from a time standpoint, but nice from an appearance standpoint). It took a long time because of the contour. If you decide to vinyl wrap the fender, I would recommend just doing the center section. The board was easy to wrap though. At the moment, I can't figure out how to attach a picture from my phone on this thread.

    The bad fender didn't come with any spacers, hardware, or allen wrench. I emailed future motion to get those three items out to me so I can attach the fender.

  • I figured out how to post pics from the phone :).....

    2015-09-23 07.49.51.jpg

  • Finally got my goodies!20150923_193209.jpg

  • How do you get banned? Haha

  • @mikeyjihad drama.... now I'm curious though.... maybe it has to do with the ads in his signature... probably was just spamming the board at some point

  • Any international people got their shipping confirmation or better yet their order of the fender yet? Can't wait to test the fender in the rain!

  • Got my shipping confirmation. Thankfully $50 shipping costs waived as a discount after reminding OW that they did promise discounts on the fender for Kickstarter backers.

    Seeing you guys wrap the board makes me want to do the same... Especially the amount of real estate to play around with on the fender..

  • @parrothd said:

    When you guys wrap your boards, how do you get the sides done so nicely, around the logo and all? I purchased the carbon wrap, but haven't tried to apply it yet.

  • @kbern Be sure to press the wrap into the board to release any air bubbles slowly moving from one area to the next. Then, around any areas with logos or any area that you will use a sharp razor blade to cut around, be sure to lightly press your fingernail on the wrap outlining the area that will be cut. Outlining it with your nail before cutting ensures you not only see the area that will soon be cut, but will also ensure you have enough material around that area that allows it to be cut as close to the logo as possible so you don't see any color of the board instead of the wrap. On the areas that need to be cut between the metal and maple wood foot pads, it's always better to cut where it allows you to have a tiny bit more material (so it can be tucked) than not have enough material (because you'll see the color of the board in the areas cut if you didn't leave a tiny but if excess).

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