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Electric Skateboard Buyers Guide

by Thomas Oliphant on September 01, 2022

Are you in the market for a new e-board? Well, before you drop cash on a new ride, check out our list of crucial factors to consider before making the plunge:

  1. Range: How far do you want to shred? Think about the terrain, skateboard setup, your weight and style, and how they'll affect your range. Street wheels will take you further than all-terrain pneumatic wheels, just FYI. 

  2. Support and Spare Parts: You don't want to be stranded on the side of the road with a broken board, so make sure you know the warranty period and how often you'll need to replace parts like wheels and belts. Look for a company with gnarly customer service that can help you out if you run into any issues.

  3. Weight: You don't want to be lugging around a heavy e-board all day, so consider the weight of the board and how you'll be using it. If you're planning on doing some long-distance shredding, you might want to go for a beefier board. 

  4. Performance: When shopping for an electric skateboard, look at the wheels, trucks, deck size, battery, and motors. A top-notch motorized longboard will keep you shredding for miles. The speed, range, and terrain you want to tackle will determine the best e-board for you.

  5. Value for Money: Make sure you're getting your money's worth, including the size of the lithium battery and the power of the motor. Upgrading these features will cost more, but you'll be able to shred harder and further. Look for a board that offers bangin' pricing and good value.

  6. Number of Motors: One motor will save you some cash, but it won't accelerate as quickly as a two-motor setup. If you're a hardcore shredder looking for max speed and acceleration, go for the two or four-motor option.

  7. Material and Dimensions of the Deck: Electric skateboard decks are usually made of maple, bamboo, or carbon fiber/fiberglass. The deck's flex will vary, so consider your weight and style when choosing a material. Stiff decks without suspension are usually best for high-speed street riding, while flexible decks are great for carving and off-road, non-suspension boards. The size of the deck should also be appropriate for your height and weight.

At Skateboards Electric, we prioritize power, performance, and quality. We only sell reliable e-boards that have readily available spare parts and repair assistance. Our experienced staff is ready to help you find the perfect ride, so give us a shout if you have any questions or issues. We'll hook you up with a rad e-board that'll keep you shredding for miles.

Phone: 855-401-3727