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HEADLESS BOARDS ELECTRIC CRUISER

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The trick Headless Boards pulled with their new e-skateboard - besides the “thrill without the bill” motto that reflects the product’s entry-level price tag (we’ll get to that) is that it has a single button that controls its electro-assist features, and that button is located on the board, where you’d put back foot while riding it. When pressed by stepping on it, the button engages the electric motor, but the rider can also disengage it by releasing his or her foot, allowing the e-skateboard to coast unpowered, like a conventional one would.

Headless Boards says the e-skateboard’s power system is set up in such a way that it maintains a board speed of up to 12 miles per hour (19 kilometers per hour) for a distance of six miles (9.6 kilometers) on a single charge.

That’s without the rider kicking. If you decide to combine the electric assist with random kicks, then you’re looking at an extended range and greater speeds.

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In addition, the Electric Cruiser doesn’t come with a remote, like other e-skateboards provide. That’s because, according to the skateboard’s makers, remotes come with a steep learning curve and will also keep one of your hands busy. Which is something we can’t really argue with. That’s where the clever button we described earlier comes into play: all the rider has to do is give the skateboard a push (however hard he or she likes) and use the back foot to press the button, letting the e-skateboard’s electric motor maintain a constant speed.

Now, the skateboard tips the scales at just 5.5 pounds, which is roughly around 2.5 kilograms. So, lightness: check!

It’s also pretty compact, as it stretches to 22 inches (mm) in length and six inches (mm) in width, with a ground clearance of 4.5 inches (mm).

Practicality: check! The DC brushed electric motor that powers the Electric Cruiser puts out 200 watts, which should be enough for you to carve your way through crowded sidewalks but also enjoy decent cruising speeds once you’re out of congestion.

Headless Boards' Electric Cruiser Skateboard Brings “The Thrill Without The Bill”
- image 859733Moreover, the wheels measure 60 millimeters in diameter and look pretty apt at absorbing most of the irregularities on the ground - needless to say, this is still a skateboard, so it doesn’t possess the off-road prowess of an e-bike or e-scooter, so you’ll want to keep it on flatter, smooth surfaces that are more to its liking.

WHEN WILL I GET THE ELECTRIC CRUISER? WHO CAN RIDE IT?

Headless Boards' Electric Cruiser Skateboard Brings “The Thrill Without The Bill”
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Hear this out: Headless Boards says rider weight and size don’t affect performance and backs that up by saying that their team “includes persons between 5’8” and 6’6” and there were negligible differences,” but since the skateboard’s deck is only 22 x 5.5 inches (56 x 14 centimeters), people with larger feet will have less space at their disposal.

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SPECIFICATIONS

The Electric Cruiser is in late-stage development and subject to some minor specification changes as we finalize the design. We promise that those changes will only be for the better -- smoother ride, anyone?

Technical

>> Range: Up to 6 miles

>> Top Speed: Up to 12 miles per hour

>> Motor: DC Brushed (dual-bearing)

>> Power: 200 Watts

>> Control: Single deck-mounted Button

>> Deck Size: 22 x 5.5 inches (56 x 14cm)

>> Wheels: 60mm Diameter

>> Weight: 5.5 pounds (2.5kg)

FAQ

When is the product expected to ship? 

We currently anticipate starting to deliver boards in February 2020. We will ship out pre-orders in the order that they were received.

Does the rider size and weight affect performance? 

Not really -- our team includes persons between 5'8" and 6'6" and there were negligible differences. Deck space is limited so people with gigantic feet will have less standing room on the board.

Can I go faster or farther if I kick the board more often or harder? 

Yes, absolutely, but individual results will vary based on frequency and strength of the additional pushes.

Is the board designed for adults or kids? 

Both! This board has been designed for both young and old; anyone who enjoys riding a cruiser board will feel right at home.

Does the board come with a warranty? 

We offer a 12-month manufacturer warranty that covers manufacturing defects.

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