Koowheel Elektrische Skateboard Dual Brushless Hub Motor 4300mAh Batterie mit Fernbedienung

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Bequemlichkeit: Es dauert 15s, um eine andere Batterie zu ersetzen, nur wenn die Batterie heraus läuft. Holen Sie sich einen Ersatzakku (3.5kg), starten Sie Ihre Abenteuerreise!
Dual Brushless Naben-Motor: Selbst in High-Speed ​​konnte es genügend Stabilität und Balance halten, um die Sicherheit und ein gutes Fahrerlebnis zu gewährleisten.
Temperaturregelung Mainboard: die Temperatursteuerung könnte die Geschwindigkeit des Motors langsam verringern, um die Sicherheit des Fahrers vor Überhitzung zu schützen
7-lagiges kanadisches Ahornholz: Max Load ist 130kg (285lb). Und es gibt ein nettes Reitgefühl wegen des guten Dämpfungsentwurfs.
Service: 100% Geld-Zurück-Garantie. Und wir haben ein Büro in CA. Kaufen Sie mit Vertrauen.

Länge * Breite * Höhe: 35,4 * 8,6 * 5.1in
Gewicht: 16,5 lbs
Ladezeit: 2.5 Std
Maximale Belastung: 264 lbs
Hügelgrad: 15º
Radgröße: 3,5 x 2 in
Rad-Material: Polyurethan
Härte: 85A
Ausgangsleistung: 250W-260W x 2
Motor: Bürstenloser Gleichstrommotor
Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 20 mph
Max Range Auf Kosten: 20 Meilen
Austauschbare Batterie: Ja
Batterie-Kapazität: 36V, 4.3Ah-4.4Ah, 4300mAh
Batterie-Art: 18650 Lithium-Ion
Batteriegewicht: 3,7 lbs
Batterielebensdauer: 1500 Zyklen
Fernbedienung Typ: 2.4mMHz
Fernbedienung: 300mAh
Fernbatterie-Art: Lithium-Ion
Fernaufladezeit: 30 min
Aufladeeinheitseingang: 110-240VAC
Ladegerät Ausgangsleistung: 42VDC 2A
Bescheinigung: UL
Min Reitalter: 16+
Min empfohlen Reithöhe: 48in
Board-Material: 7-Ply aus kanadischem Ahornholz

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Great board

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I got my board and rode it all day yesterday. This thing is fast, unnecessarily fast. In turn, that allows it to go up an incline with ease. Braking is also good. I was going pretty fast downhill at one point, and a car started heading towards me. I was able to brake with ease.
The board itself is built well, and handles turns nicely. The wheels are a bit rubbery as opposed to plastic, which helps with riding over cracks, bumps or sticks.
The battery lasted me about 12 miles, and that was with a lot of uphill riding. I am so glad that I am able to replace the battery for those longer rides or when this one goes.
Overall I am very happy with my purchase, and will be using this a lot more often than my hooverboard.

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A great last mile solution for commuters

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The deck is long so you can ride with a friend. I have taken our little daughters for rides with no problem. It does slow it down but still moves at a fun pace.

There are 3 speed modes. It permanently defaults (every time you turn it on) to normal mode which is pretty slow -- maybe a little faster than walking speed. Then there\'s medium (jogging) and then there is fast (fast you will feel it, but not too fast). You change the speed on the LED display toggling through fairly easily. I never tried it mid ride but think it is possible.

Want another tip? Since the deck houses the battery and brains it is where the bulk of the weight resides. You will all bang it on you shins as it swings freely when you pick the scooter up. It hurts like a ***(. Tip: When you pick up the scooter by the handlebars keep the scooter between you legs and raise it up high enough so the deck will not flail and heat seek your shins. This does two things. One, keeps it from inadvertently swinging and hitting innocents. Two, it keeps the deck closer to your fleshy calves/thighs and allows you to duck walk with it (say you need to use a stair or two, walk it off the sidewalk).

My mini project-- Since the controls and LED display are on the handlebars and are subject to cracking , damage on a wipe out, or just from storage you will be shouting expletives when it cracks. I\'m looking for a way to protect it both while riding, commuting (say on a train and it is stored on the floor or above bin with all the sheeple). Probably will be a neoprene/velco combination. Would be cool to have storage for a phone and credit cards, water bottle, rear view mirror, ice chest, luggage rack who knows.

There\'s a 12 month warranty and seems like they are good at supporting it based on the reviews I\'ve seen here. I\'m curious to see the long term battery durability. I\'m also curious to see the effect, if any, storing this in a hot car trunk has on the battery and the overall scooter.

I highly recommend this scooter for those looking for commuting choices. Now I just need to get my daughter to use it this fall.

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