In our category Electric Skateboard Reviews we will review and rate the different electric skateboards. We will also test the electric skateboard accessories such like protection gear, wheels, bags, etc.
Main focus though will be on electric skateboards and conversion kits.
In our reviews we usually start with an unboxing video and than of course a video of our first ride. We take out the boards for multiple days and review range, distance, quality and much more.
We also have a section electric skateboard previews, which basically takes the information we can find on the website of the manufacturer and feedback we can get in forums.
For our electric skateboard reviews however, we always test on our own.
We rate in terms of price/performance, quality & design, flexibility, remote control & app support as well as speed and acceleration.
The manufacturers are sending us loan boards so that we can test all the different boards.
Looking for something easy to carry? Check out our Maxfind Max C review.
The one thing all the great and fast Boards have in common is how big and heavy they are. Meant just for riding, not for carrying it on the train or taking them with you while traveling, that’s totally okay, but that’s where all the new small electric cruiser boards step in.
In our Mo-Bo Classic Wood review we will have a closer look at the off-road electric skateboard from Germany. We had the Mo-Bo Classic Wood 800 in-house for a couple of days which is the so called „original“ from Mo-Bo. The first Generation of this off-road electric skateboard was launched about 8 years ago.
The 2017 model has a new remote control and approved suspension, but otherwise looks pretty much the same than in 2009.
Sune Pedersen (CTO & Founder) at Faraday Motion who is software engineer started to develop a 3D printed electric skateboard 3 years ago in Copenhagen. His start up is now based in Berlin.
While you can buy complete boards (AKA Hyperboard) the idea is to customise your board. The first production run (50 units) of the Hyperboard is sold out and was mainly to receive feedback from the community.