2 × 1500 W, 6368, 170 Kv
10S5P, 15 Ah, 540 Wh
B-ONE Bamboo GT enthusiasts, if you're seeking thrill and high performance in your daily commute or weekend joyrides, this electric skateboard might pique your interest. Built to cater to adrenaline seekers and speed lovers, this e-skateboard commands attention but isn't tailored for the faint-hearted or novices. Precision and control are key when riding at the limits this board promises.
Upon unboxing B-ONE Bamboo GT, its robust bamboo deck caught my eye with its elegance and strength. Handling 100 kg with ease, this board felt solid underfoot, a testament to its build quality. Surprisingly, assembly wasn't a headache; everything came together smoothly, ready for the first exhilarating ride.
Let's talk speed – B-ONE Bamboo GT doesn't shy away from pushing boundaries. Blasting off with impressive acceleration, the ride exhilarates. With caution, cruising at high speeds feels like soaring on asphalt, though stability issues rear up beyond 15mph. Braking is responsive, which is critical given the potent motors under the hood. Distance-wise, getting around 20 miles per charge felt slightly short of expectations but remained respectable.
Dual 1500 W motors deliver power that's hard to match. Climbing hills? Effortless with this board's might. However, remember that raw power demands respect – speed wobbles can occur if not cautious. The battery life was generally consistent with specifications but did vary based on terrain and weight load.
The 120 mm cloudwheels promise a ride as close to cloud surfing as wheels allow on concrete; comfort was usually top-notch on smooth surfaces. Yet safety felt compromised at mid to high speeds due to stock bushings not being up to par; an upgrade became necessary for peace of mind.
Carving through streets was mostly a dream with the B-ONE Bamboo GT. Comfort while riding was contingent on adjusting trucks properly – an essential step before taking off. Different environments did pose varying challenges; smooth pavements were blissful whereas uneven terrains highlighted limitations in stability.
Maintenance was predominantly DIY due to some difficulty in obtaining parts swiftly. While dealing with the brand on issues wasn't troublesome, self-reliance proved advantageous when quick fixes were needed.
Complementing the robust mechanicals were thoughtful extras like a quality remote control that was ergonomic despite feeling slightly fragile in build – handle with care is advisable here. Electric gauges provided useful feedback helping to make each journey more predictable.
Considering all aspects from performance to maintenance needs, my personal rating would be a solid 7/10. The B-ONE Bamboo GT offers thrilling rides and powerful specs that require rider skill and occasional tweaking for optimal experience.
|B-ONE Bamboo GT|
|2 × 1500 W, 6368, 170 Kv|
|10S5P, 15 Ah, 540 Wh|
|2WD, belt drive, 120 mm cloudwheels, 30 % hill climb|