Flex-Eboard Electric Skateboard with Rough Stuff Wheels

With four Rough Stuff wheels Flex-Eboard electric skateboard is capable of dealing with various rough terrains. Like the design? Let’s keep checking.

Flex-Eboard Electric Skateboard

The Flex-Eboard is a high-performance electric longboard that measures 28cm wide by 92cm long by 12.5cm tall and weighs 8.5kg. As we can see from the images, the eSkateboard shows off a minimal and low-profile design, and the deck is made from 7 plys of premium Canadian maple fused with a multi layer carbon fiber matrix in order to provide a durable and resilient construction for a comfortable riding and control experience.

Flex-Eboard Electric Skateboard

The electric skateboard comes equipped with two 1200W DC brushless motors, so it’s powerful enough to support for riders up to 120kg and deliver 15% hill climb ability, and it offers a top speed of 22mph (35km/h). Meanwhile, Flex-Eboard features flexible Lithium Ion battery cases, so you can easily add or remove cases based on your demands, and four battery cases offers up to 12 mi (19km) riding range.

Flex-Eboard Electric Skateboard

Moreover, the electric longboard comes with four Rough Stiff wheels that allow you to challenge more tough terrains, and four road wheels are designed to deliver great performance on the road. In addition, Flex-Eboard has an ergonomic handheld remote for simple and intuitive controls, and it allows you to easily switch between three modes: fun mode, thrill mode and cruise mode.

The crowdfunding campaign for Flex-Eboard is ongoing on Kickstarter. You can pledge approx $960 to preorder the carbon fiber electric skateboard (approx $768 for the longboard with a bamboo deck). Both models would be shipped in October 2017 if reaching its fund goal. BTW, don’t miss the smart electric skateboard and more related gadgets by following tags.

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