Here’s an electric skateboard that rides as good as it looks! With technology that combines in-wheel motors, a battery that you can swap in seconds and integrated lights, the lightweight Inboard M1 Premium Electric Skateboard offers a great riding experience that puts you in control at all times.
Inboard M1 Premium Electric Skateboard Main Features
With a deck measurements of 37.5” x 11.25”, the M1 gives you a 7 to 9 mile range and speeds of up to 22 mph. This model is powered by a 43.2V 97 AH lithium ion battery and features a lightweight wood-core deck, built-in LED lights and 79mm wheels. It weighs 14.5 lbs and can accommodate a maximum weight of 250 lbs. The electronic regenerative brakes on the Inboard M1 allows smooth deceleration while the 4 riding modes making it safe even for riders with zero experience. This board has a rigid deck which makes it a very stable skateboard when cruising at higher speeds. The torque on the latest models have been increased by 40%, making hill climbing easier.
Customers are very impressed with the M1’s design. If you own an RV, this is the best mode to get around town. Unlike other electric skateboards, this is allowed on most airline flights as carry-on luggage (as long as the battery is taken out). The different modes cater to all types or riders. Mode 1 is perfect for kids. Mode 2, for teens. Mode 3 is great for those weighing 200 lbs or heavier.
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Inboard M1 electric skateboard review
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Inboard M1 review!
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The Inboard M1 Premium Skateboard is a power-packed skateboard. It’s powerful, sturdily built and can be taken on most flights as carry-on luggage.
- Speeds of up to 22 mph
- Can accommodate 250 lbs
- Great, modern design
- Different riding modes
- Deck board is not too flexible.