@gio.lyfe And the board is almost 9.5 inches. That is excluding all foam, and you are going to need top carton foam and at least a 1/4" of flat foam on the bottom or there isn't any protection. Hard as Pelican cases are, they aren't going to close if the contents are too large. There are also internal structures in the cases that will limit the actual interior space on some dimensions and these aren't posted (Near the wheels), so it is better to expect needing more room, not less.
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RE: Onewheel pelican case
RE: Onewheel pelican case
1615 is too shallow by under a half inch with board on side, and the 1670 is worse, but the 1650 ($225 with foam on Amazon) does appear to fit the specs with the board corner to nose and rear to corner as it appears in the Adam Savage video.
A 1690 ($300 with foam from Amazon) looks like it would fit two boards side by side in the standard board orientation with the wheel down with a fender on. With just one board it would have room for pads, charger, helmets, camera equipment, etc. I like to keep everything together for items like this and that would fit the bill.
I use Pelican cases for important work gear and really expensive toys, but I as an apartment dweller can't see sacrificing the needed room to store the 1690 case when not traveling, but if I was going to go in for something like this, that would be my pick for none-flying travel.
RE: Double footpads or always at on avoid footpad lost nosedive
I'm just spit balling ideas here:
Board already has active Bluetooth, how about an optional deadman''s switch that can be held like electric skateboards are doing as their primary controller. Hold switch and board remains active. No accidental stoppages! If either foot pads or switch says, "Go", just keep active. Liability is on rider to let go in event of fall. I don't imagine firmware is looking on Bluetooth for input about foot pads (but surely could be programmed in), but I have some other ideas that are already present in the data stream as can be seen by Kwatt's app. Not to used for controlling speed, but what are other options that would be nice to have on a rapidly available switch with a lanyard so it cant get dropped like a cellphone while riding?
*About to hit a hill? Switch to elevated mode for more nose clearance.
*If the leds were individually addressed, turn signals would be neat.
How about a means on the remote to detail battery power, like a color changing Led. Battery under 10%? A vibrator and an optional beeper to physically indicate to operator.
This remote could remove the need for apps outside of firmware updates, and solve other issues that have been mentioned with what would be a pretty simple device.