EIGHTBIT 41 Inch Drop Down Complete Longboard - Green Block
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- Drop-down deck lowers the center of gravity for more control and stability
- Great for cruising, commuting and carving
- 9.75 inch by 41.25-inch, 8-ply maple laminated deck
- ABEC-7 bearings and heavy-duty, electrostatic-coated 180 mm aluminum alloy trucks
- Fully assembled and ready to ride; 1-year warranty
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Cruise in style on the 41-inch Drop Down Longboard from EIGHTBIT. The drop-down deck offers more stability, better turning control and easy push off. Less distance to the ground for easy push off also helps lower fatigue. Ride it long distance or master carving. The 9.75 inch by 41.25 inch molded deck is made of 8-ply maple for durability.This longboard features heavy-duty, electrostatic-coated aluminum alloy trucks and ABEC-7 bearings, and it's fully-assembled and ready to ride out of the box.
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I came back to purchase another one of these boards, but Amazon is steadily raising the price! 80 dollars and free shipping was fair then, but 100? Do I get free Bones bearings with it now? Because if not, I may look at another board. After all, the board is all I wanted anyways. Pretty much everything else needs to be replaced if you want a quality board. So please, Amazon, don't think you are cutting me a deal off of a 190 dollar board. This thing is definitely not worth that much. Put it back to 80. Was a 4 star, but if it is going to be 100, then it's 3 stars.
The bearings on the wheels are inconsistent. But I expected that based on the other reviews on here, so I also ordered better quality bearings to install if these don't break in well. Even out of the box, this is a nice ride.
Background:I've had it a little over a month now and used it almost every day to get between classes for college. I'm also 5'11" and 230lbs. So a bit heavy. Also first time owning one so was learning.
When I got the board, it was packaged well, no issues at all. Rolled smooth, bearings aren't the best, but not horrible either. I don't have much experience with boards, but it was easy to learn on and overall felt like a good board. Had to loosen the truck to be able to turn a bit better, but the included tool made it not an issue. The board also had a little flex, but not much. I liked it a lot.
However, within a week, the tape started to separate in the corners. Not enough to completely come off but it sort of bubbled and was raised in the corners. Not a big deal. Nothing else was wrong. Still felt good.
Fast forward to today, 5weeks later, going my usual route to class I started to hear creaks, as in wood splitting while going over some rather harsh cracks. Eventually getting to class the board started to drag on the ground while moving. Turns out the board layers were separating. So now I have a board that flexes too much and can't be used.
Now I do not know if it's because of me being fat and heavy, or poor workmanship, or combination of both. So be cautious if your heavy set and want to use this board.