- Product Dimensions: 39 x 8 x 4 inches ; 11 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 12 pounds
- ASIN: B00PG27JLA
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,234,863 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
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- 1500 Watt Dual Drive In-Wheel Hub Motors
- 36 Volt, 230 lbs/207 Weight limit for Max Distance 18 miles
- 8 Ah Lithium-ion Battery, 2.4GHz Bluetooth Variable Speed Remote
- 2 hour Recharge time, 950 Cycle, 9 ply Canadian Maple Deck
- Grade Ability 30°; Net Weight 11 lbs., Regenerative Variable Braking
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Performance: 36V, 30+ mph, 18-mile range, reversible drive, regenerative braking dual in-wheel hub motor 1500W. Approx. weight 15lbs Deck: Two shape options available Cruiser (Traditional longboard style) Downhill (Traditional downhill shape) 7 or 8 ply wood laminate manufactured in San Diego at Watson Laminates Clear rough spray on custom grip tape 39”L X 10”W 29” Wheelbase Battery: 36V 8mah Lithium – Ion 8 cell 13” X 6” X ¾” dimensions Recharges in 2-3 hours Internal BCM (Battery Control Module) Motors: Brushless DC 48V maximum input Dual in-wheel hub motors 1500 Watts Sealed water resistant 325 lbs weight limit 25° hill climb Intuitive multi stage braking Component Cover: Patent pending fibrelam 3 ply construction Multiple colors available Black, White, Blue and Green Wheels: 90 X 56mm Replaceable and interchangeable urethane
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Top customer reviews
I originally ordered this board from a different company, but when I charged the board up it wouldn't turn on. After trying a few different things I realised it wasn't going to work so I had just been unlucky and got a dud so returned it.
I then found electric skateshop in San Diego who were extremely helpful and so I decided to buy the board from these guys instead as they seemed more trustworthy and had promised me a working board. The board arrived quickly and as promised worked this time!
I have had the board now for 2 weeks and so far it's been great. I tested it on a full charge on the first day on flat ground going mostly at top speed (about 16/17mph measured on an iPhone app) and the battery lasted for just over an hour and travelled 13.5 miles. Pretty damn good for a relatively cheap electric board! The acceleration is slow for the first 3 seconds and then it accelerates quickly to top speed.
Just something to be aware of when braking from top speed, the braking is pretty sharp and almost threw me off the front the first couple of times. My board also makes a clicking sound when it brakes which sounds a little odd, not sure if it's supposed to do that? Hopefully it's normal!
With the board being so cheap and produced in China, I do have some reservations over its reliability and how long it will last but so far it's been great and if it does last then it will be an awesome buy!
If money wasn't an issue I would probably get the Marbel board as it sounds faster, smoother and just a generally better made board. But if you're like me and can't justify spending $1400, then this board is by far your best bet!