Riding the Apsuboard X2 was nothing short of exciting - it's an electric skateboard that delivers on multiple fronts without demanding excessive trade-offs from its rider. Quick takeaways: it's fast, reliable, and built like it means business.
25 - 29 km
2 × 650 W, 5045, 270 Kv
10S4P, 8 Ah, 288 Wh
Apsuboard X2 strikes as a top-notch choice for both seasoned riders and those new to the electric skateboarding scene. With a robust design tailored for urban escapades and spirited countryside outings, this board caters to thrill-seekers who crave speed and distance.
The minute you lay eyes on the Apsuboard X2, you notice its refined appearance and sturdy construction. Decked in durable materials, it exudes confidence. Gripping the deck underfoot feels secure, crucial for those high-velocity runs. Assembly was a breeze, aligning with my eager anticipation to hit the pavement.
Zipping through city streets or tackling the occasional hill becomes exhilarating with the Apsuboard X2. Acceleration is brisk, satisfying the need for quick starts at traffic signals. Speed tops out at an impressive 42 km/h; enough to get your adrenaline pumping. The braking is responsive, giving peace of mind when navigating through congested areas. Range-wise, I consistently hit close to 29 km on a single charge, aligning well with daily commutes or longer joyrides.
Dual motors pack a punch with their combined 1300W output – hills up to 30% incline didn't stand a chance. Battery life lived up to expectations; I managed multiple outings before needing a recharge. Riding through various scenarios – from flat terrains to challenging slopes – the battery held its own, showcasing its reliable specs.
Ride comfort remained high on my priority list during tests; thankfully, the 90 mm wheels absorbed most road imperfections with ease. Braking was solid too – neither too abrupt nor too lax, providing control that’s just right for stopping safely in unexpected situations.
Turning and carving were joys on this board. Whether it was weaving through pedestrians or taking on winding trails, handling felt intuitive and comfortable even after long sessions.
Maintenance turned out mostly DIY-friendly thanks to its straightforward design; though brand support proved helpful whenever needed. Parts availability was decent - no frantic searches required when looking for replacements.
Its remote control impressed with its ergonomic design and precise input translation – a critical companion that never let me down. Built-in electric gauges provided valuable info at a glance without disrupting my focus from the ride ahead.
Given my experience with the Apsuboard X2's high-speed thrills and solid build quality, I confidently rate this e-skateboard an 8/10. Factors like performance, handling, and design weighed heavily in this score.
|25 - 29 km
|2 × 650 W, 5045, 270 Kv
|10S4P, 8 Ah, 288 Wh
|2WD, belt drive, 90 mm, 30 % hill climb