Electric Skateboard is a radically new electric powered skateboard with high end components and a hand controlled electric drive system that delivers speeds up to 20 mph. Built by Crossbow USA, E-glide electric skateboards are capable of regenerative braking or full coasting and E-glide's hand held remote control gives precise variable speed control for accelerating, coasting and regenerative braking. Designed to be smooth riding and maneuverable, the E-Glide can be turned in a seven foot radius. Motor: 250W, 24 v Battery: 7ah, 12V, 2PCS Max speed: 18km per hour Range per charge: 20km, Loading capacity: 60kg G. W. /N. W.: 13/11.5KG Carton size: 91x33.5x17.5cm Conveyance: 510PCS/20'FCL, 1220PCS/40'HQ Using Guide
How do our Electroglide Electric Skateboards work? The wireless electric skateboard board is powered by a 12V electric motor using lead acid sealed batteries as the energy source. The boards are controlled by a handheld wireless controller that offers a variable throttle and regenerative braking. You simply stand on the board and pull the trigger to accelerate, and push the trigger forward to brake. The torque is strong at full throttle, but using a feather touch on the trigger allows the rider to apply only a small amount of power. It's relatively simple to "roll the board along" at very low speeds. Pushing forward on the controller trigger applies resistance to the skateboard's motor, providing an effective braking system. The board can be controlled effectively down most hills with the braking system. The braking system does not bring the board to a total stop, but the resistance applied works well on a skateboard, giving you the most control possible. You can go down a hill with ease, whereas on the same hill with a "regular" longboard you could lose control. Or you can do big slalom turns at either fast or slow speeds, and you can speed up or slow down as required. With these electric skateboards, you have hands free operation so there's no tether to get tangled up in.
What kind of surfaces can I ride on? Cement, asphalt, wood and concrete. The Electric Skateboard is designed to be ridden on SMOOTH, DRY surfaces. Riding on anything else will result in damage to the electronics and require repair. All Terrain Bigfoot: Fitted with a heavy duty drive train (similar to the cam belt on a car), alloy wheels and extra wide adjustable torsion trucks to increase wheelbase. These features will allow you to ride your Bigfoot with ease over rougher terrains including, bumps, sticks and small stones that would simply stall other boards.