I tread my OneWheel (electronic device) just like my phone.
Must be difficult holding it up to your ear! :-D
@sparkspnt There is no way you should pay shipping. I reported the same thing on my XR that I received in Oct. I called them after reporting it (same as you, maybe 15 miles on it) since they didn't reply within a couple of days. After talking to Jon in support, I got an email that he would send me the labels to return it. Unfortunately, I can't send it back until March as it's at my vacation home, but he said no problem to let him know at that time and he'll send the labels then. It's a defect in the board, they have to replace a component in the controller, so covered by warranty.
@LidPhones Yep, I have both and use the larger one for my car and motorcycle tires. Both are great AND use the same batteries!
I have both, but I use this one (also Ryobi) for my OneWheels. You could even fit it in a backpack for "on the go" tire pressure changes!
@OneDan your board doesn’t ever have push back? all 3 of my boards (+, +, XR) push back noticeably when I hit about 15mph.
I'm sure it does, but I've never really felt it. I used to ride up to 20 mph, but after my 22mph nose dive, I keep it below 14 (my watch warns me at 14.5 mph with 5 quick vibrations), so I have no idea if it still does it. :)
When are you going to put an speed alarm ??????
I asked for this over a year ago, right after my first high speed (22 mph) nose dive, as have MANY others on this forum. All I've heard from FM is crickets . . . they really need to listen to their customers better. Right now I'm using the OneWheelWear Wear OS app specifically because it has that feature, a customizable speed alert that vibrates my watch. It's set at 14.5 mph and I rarely hit it, but when I do, I have plenty of headroom to slow down. Way better than some mystic pushback that I'm not even sure I've ever really felt. :)