Xtreme Free 1500w Electric Skateboard(36-inch)
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- 36’’,7-ply Canadian Maple.
- One Charge:20 Miles Riding Distance, Top speed 19.5 Miles/h
- Light Weight:Only 13.9 LBS and can hold 230lbs
- Charging time:2 hours. 8Ah polymer lithium battery.
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|Item Display Weight||6 Kilograms|
|Package Height||6.5 x 11.8 x 38.7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||19.4 pounds|
Motor: “OX” motor.1500Wbrushless,direct current motor.
Battery:8Ah polymer lithium battery.
Charger:25.2V,2A,accepted voltage 100V-240V.
Charging time:2 hours.
Romote Control:2.4GHz radio control.
Controller standby time:1 month.
Deck:36’’,7-ply Canadian Maple.
Truck:7’’ Magaluma, gravity casting trucks.
Raiser Pad:6mm PU raiser pads.
Wheels:90*52 mm , Polyurethane(PU) wheels.
Hardware:1.25’’ carbon steel hardware, electroplated rust-proof all hardware compatible with standard tools.
Grip:OS780 corundum grip tape.
Two riding modes: Fun mode with top speed 32 km/h & Cruise Control mode at 15 km/h.
Thickness tapers from 5.3 cm to 2.9 cm.
Rider Weight Limit:85kg.
Scope of delivery: Board complete+ Controller+ Charger+ Controller Cable+ Toll+ User Guide.
Package Method: Electric Cruiser and all parts packaged in Carton sized 100*33*16 cm carton.
Board Net Weight:6 kg.
Packaged Net Weight:9 kg.
FedEx Chargable Weight:13 kg.
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Also, the braking system on this is like an e-brake so it can be very dangerous. I'm glad it stopped working so I can get a refund and get one with regenerative braking.
I weigh 185LBs so this thing only goes about 15mph but its a great price and alot of fun!
For those wondering the max weight limit is 230lbs or so and I'm about 179lbs or so. I should also say that I was able to drag a friend behind on his long board as well so it can pull more than 400lbs. Ill update this in the future to keep people posted.
A useful bit of info, this board has a few different names - Falcon, luoov, steet devil, lecdec to name a few. I'm pretty sure they are all made by a Chinese company called backfire.
The board arrived quicker than expected so that was a good start. I charged the board up fully but found it would not turn on. After trying a few different things I realised it wasn't going to turn on so I had just been unlucky and got a dud.
Monster sport were really good about it and gave me a very quick full refund so that wasn't a problem.
I actually managed to find the same board in a shop called electric skateshop in San Diego so I made sure that one worked, tested it out at the shop and bought that one for a similar price.
I have had the board now for a week and so far it's been pretty good. I tested it on a full charge today on flat ground going mostly at top speed (about 17/18mph measured on an iPhone app) and the battery lasted for just over an hour and travelled 13.5 miles. Not bad for a cheapish board. The acceleration is a slow for the first 3 seconds and then it accelerates quickly to the top speed.
Be warned that the braking is sharp and almost threw me off the front the first couple of times. My particular board also makes a loud clicking sound when it brakes which is a little worrying, not sure if it's supposed to do that?
With the board being so cheap and produced in China, I still have reservations over its reliability and how long it will last but so far it's been good and if it does last then it will be a really good buy.
If I had the money I would get the Marbel board as sounds faster, smoother, more reliable and just generally a better made board. But if you're like me and can't justify spending all that money on an electric board, then this board is your best bet.