Oh i understand that ..my issue is it only works right if adjusted properly.. To me that in itself is an issue. not so easy or safe to adjust when your cruising at 60mph (100kmh) and it's not tight enough to hold properly.. But everyone has there preferences.. I'm just thinking the Omni is more a seasoned user device versus a first time user device.the omni-cruise has no slow roll off. it stays put indefinitely until you manually twist the throttle.
it's not. it takes less than a minute to install. the only adjustment is a screw cap that you twist if you find that you want more or less force required to use it while riding. and it's as simple to use as shown in the video. simply push it into place with your thumb. it's difficult to imagine a simpler contraption. simple.I'm just thinking the Omni is more a seasoned user device versus a first time user device.
Agreed,The moral of the story is: you have gained all your experience riding with your hand on the throttle, so when you lock it down be very very careful - things can get away from you really quick!
Shaking the blood down into your right hand, or flexing your elbow for a minute is ok. If you start messing with your glove, or helmet strap, or reaching for something in your pocket.... YIKES!