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RIMABLE Complete 22" Skateboard
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- Rimable Plastic Cruiser Fully Assembled
- 22'' Long x 6'' Wide Deck With 100% Fresh Material
- High Quality 3” Thick Aluminium Trucks
- Super Smooth PU Wheel With High Speed Bearing
- Max Load Weight 198 LB (90KGS)
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Rimable Professional Manufacturer of Skateboard!
Rimable Plastic Cruiser Features:
Re-issue 1970's style plastic board
Fully Assembled Complete Boad
Easy and Ready to Ride
Deck:22'' Long x 6'' Wide
Trucks:3” Wide Aluminium Trucks
Wheels:59mm 78A Urethane Cored Super Smooth Wheel
High Speed Precision Stainless Steel Bearing.
Hardware:High Quality of Black Screws
Where you can skate Rimable Skateboard?
You can skate it on the Road,Park and U Shape Ground.
Which is your best choose for instead of walk when you want to Shopping,
School and Skate Brush Street!
Who can play Rimable Skateboard?
From the Children to Adult.The Curiser is So easy to learn it.
Any Boy or Girl Will love it when they get the Colorful deck and wheels
From Beginner To Ridder Master all can Play it.
Which have the big wheels so can let you feel very steady!
How about the weight load?
Max load 198LB(90KGS)No Problem
We Assemble the Thick and Wide 3.25INCH Aluminium Truck
and with 100% Fresh Material Elastic Deck!
So the deck almost can't be Broken!
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I go to a large campus and I can only walk so fast. Before I got this penny style skateboard, I owned a traditional "trick" skateboard to get around, but I hated lugging it around because of it's size, and I'm not a fan of the loud rolling noise the hard wheels make. To me it sounds obnoxious and I'm not looking to attract attention while I ride.
I actually bought three Penny style skateboards of different prices (The Original Penny Board for $68, Rimable for $29.99, and High Bounce for $39.99), and chose Rimable because of it's quality and price.
Here's my take on each.
--The Original Penny Board
I'll be honest, this board had the smoothest and longest cruise of all three boards. Riding it was like gliding through a wave of butter, being spread across a stack of fresh, hot pancakes. Yes, it was that great, but on a college budget, shelling out nearly $70 dollars for a board I occasionally used was hard to justify, especially when the Rimable board came second in the best ride, and I'll get to that in a second.
--The High Bounce
With this one being $10 dollars more than the Rimable, I thought it's performance would be a no-brainer, but I realized a $10 difference doesn't guarantee a difference in quality. The reason I didn't go with this one was because it was too flexible under my weight. Just by standing on it, I could feel it flex under my weight, and while I wasn't worried it would break, I was more concerned that it would interfere with my riding. The ride on the Rimable and High Bounce were close, but that doesn't matter when you weigh as much as I do or more, and have the board bend under you.
This one was jusstttt right. Not too expensive, not poor in quality. The board could hold my weight as well as the Original Penny Board, and was only a tad-bit less smoother, but I forgot about it once I returned the Penny Board. At a fraction of the price, this also felt like a steal. Unless you absolutely have to have the Original, you can't go wrong with the Rimable.
After having this board for over 5 months, I've come to love everything about it and am bumping up my review to 5-stars. The main reason I kept my previous rating to 4-stars was because, when compared to the Original Penny board, it doesn't glide as far, but as the weeks passed, glide mattered less to me, especially since I used it more for outdoor travel.
Man, what me and this board have been through. I've had more than my fair share of trip-ups, spills, and falls on it, and in the end, my board is just as reliable as when I first purchased it. Overtime, it has gained a number of scuff marks because of my clumsiness, but that hasn't compromised the stiffness of the board. The wheels and metal "thingies" (Shows how much of an amateur I am) are still working well.There's no rust on the metal because it is aluminum, and the rubber wheels will get dirty if you're looking to ride it outside (just a heads up).
Note: Because of it's short length, it's stability does becomes harder to control when riding really fast, like down steep hills. I may or may not have had to bail out a couple of times (whilst screaming in terror) when taking it down a really steep hill. So if you're an amateur like me, be careful.
Can’t imagine the injury that would have been done if he was on it while this happened.
It’s passed return now so left with a broken board and a sad kid.