KooWheel D3M+ Edition Electric Skateboard - Upgraded Remote and Circuit Board – Dual 350W Hub Motors and 20 MPH Max Speed (Orange)
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- Fast - Dual 350W Hub Motors means hills and roads are a breeze; unlock the speed up to 24.8 mph
- Light & Smart - Easy to carry with its sleek design; only 16 pounds
- Durability in Mind - Canadian Maple Wood, Bones Super Reds Bearings, Sturdy PU Wheels; supports up to 286 pounds
- User Friendly - Upgraded ergonomic remote control, 5 clicks to unlock, has a reverse mode too
- Quick to charge - Fast swappable battery; commute up to 18-22 miles on a single charge; 5500mAH battery
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The upgraded KooWheel D3M+ Electric Skateboard with Bones Super Reds bearings has brought alternative commuting to a new level! Acceleration and braking is now smoother with the upgraded remote and circuit board! With a travel range of up to 22 miles and a speed of up to 24.8 mph, KooWheel is a board you can live with.
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I weigh 200 pounds and this board can do 18 to 20 mph at max speed on level ground (which is faster than I can run in a full sprint, so if I need to bail at that speed, I will be eating pavement, so I usually cruise around 10-13 mph). There has never been a hill that I could not manage to climb up (including some ridiculous driveways, this board just cruises right up). This board has dual 350W hub motors (that is a total of 700W in the rear) and this board is fast.
One of the primary reasons why I moved over to an electric board was for the integrated brakes, this board uses regenerative braking so you recharge the batteries when you apply the breaks. The breaks do not mean maybe, when you break, be careful. I always tell my friends and family when they try this board out for the first time is that not only can this board shoot out from under you if you are not careful or expecting the acceleration, the brakes will throw you off if you are not gentle in the beginning to build familiarity with the controls.
Depending on your operating style and traveling conditions, you can expect somewhere between a 6 and 10 mile range in a single full charge (also, this board will charge from 0 to 100% in less than 2 hours). If you run out of charge (the remote lets you know when you are down to the last 20%), you can still push the board manually and use the breaks with the controller for controlled hill descent.
The deck has a perfectly acceptable amount of flex (hard to describe in writing, but this is NOT a stiff board like the Ten Toes longboard for comparison - those are stiff stiff stiff).
I really like the remote, it has a long battery life and pairs in seconds. The connection is solid and I have never had a disconnect with the remote and the board. You can toggle a switch on the controller for reverse, however I have rarely used that feature.
The only negative remark I have with this board is that after every 15 or 20 miles, you will need to re-tighten the hex socket bolts that hold the male battery connector in place. I suppose I could re-seat these bolts with some loctite so they don't loosen up, but its not a huge deal to me. Also, the black rubber grommet that covers the cotter pin for the battery bolts fell off in the first week of using the board.
I have had some of my friends and family members try out this board and they are all blown away.