Reviewing the Latest Onewheel+XR: Does it Live Up to the Hype?
Posted 31st January 2020. Category: General.
Conceptually speaking, when we first looked at Onewheel skateboard, which was an electric-powered balancing board which engages when footpads are parallel to the ground. Although it has only one wheel, it helps the users to ride comfortably with a little bit of practice.
When the first look of the Onewheel was unveiled, we didn't think that it was powerful enough to handle the ride across the terrains. Surprisingly, it can handle the terrains pretty well and is also easy to learn. The ride is similar to snowboarding once you are comfortable riding it.
The Onewheel+XR can go comfortably up to 12-18 miles when charged fully. It also takes hardly 40 minutes to charge the battery fully; which is indeed a great achievement. Firstly, it not only cuts down on time necessary to charge for longer rides but aids in the amount of power your Onewheel provides when going up hills and in colder weather, with no expense to your battery life. Also, the latest version is smooth and has a better speed than before(19 miles/hour).
The makers of the Onewheel have also created a useful app that provides insightful information about the battery life, speed, total distance travelled etc. It also allows you to establish a connection with the other riders who are a part of the Onewheel community.
This time, the Onewheel has a new feature which is called pushback that helps the user ride at a safe speed. Although the speed can be increased if required. If by chance the user reaches an unsafe speed, the motor of the vehicle will force the nose of the Onewheel up which indicates that speed needs to be slowed down. As per the recent study, the users have recommended that the speed range should be between 10 and 15 mph for safety purposes.
It is just 27 inches long; hence it fits perfectly anywhere. You can store it under your office desk, take it to the coffee shop or store it safely inside your home. There will never be any space issues with the OneWheel Pint.
With the Onewheel, it's like having a bike, and you can go out anytime. There's a little maintenance involved. It can easily fit in your car; you can also carry it around easily anywhere and everywhere. Even though riding the Onewheel is relatively easier, but for safety reasons we recommend you to wear a helmet during the journey.
The Onewheel indeed is costly, but we recommend you to try it once if you are interested in buying this model. First of all, it is fun to ride the vehicle, and the journey is smooth once you know how to balance on it. Alternatively, if you are looking for electric scooter then you can visit this page about electric scooters to take your pick.
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WalkSmart recommends that you check your local state laws and regulations in relation to using electric scooters in public locations, roads and footpaths. Laws vary state by state and therefore may limit use to private locations only. Each local body is reviewing public electric scooter use, so we expect it to be regulated, but legal in all states within the short term. Feel free to contact WalkSmart if you have any further queries.