2 × 3500 W, 6374, 170 kv, 4 × 1500 W, 6368, 170 kv
Panasonic 13S4P 21700, 20 Ah, 936 Wh, Samsung 40T 13S4P 21700, 16 Ah, 768 Wh
Navigating the bustling city streets or carving down a scenic path has never been more exhilarating than with the B-One Titan Carbon, a dream machine for thrill-seekers and speed enthusiasts. This electric skateboard's robust build and high-speed capabilities cater to adrenaline junkies who crave top-notch performance but may not suit someone looking for a casual, leisurely ride.
Handling the B-One Titan Carbon, you immediately notice the refined carbon fiber deck which not only adds to its futuristic aesthetic but also offers durability without excess weight. Assembly was a breeze, right out of the box it felt like setting up was no more complicated than gearing up for a regular skate session. Standout design elements included sleek contours that not only looked good but also provided functional aerodynamics during rides.
Performance-wise, this e-skateboard is an absolute beast. Commuting transforms from mundane to thrilling as you zip through traffic at speeds that can clock up to 60 km/h. Its acceleration is punchy, sending a surge of power beneath your feet that demands respect and attention. Braking is equally impressive – responsive and reliable even when descending hills, giving peace of mind during faster rides. For long-distance journeys, I found the range more than satisfactory, consistently hitting near the upper end of distance capabilities.
The dual 3500 W motors are nothing short of powerful, tackling steep inclines with relative ease. They roar to life underfoot, providing an intoxicating feeling of raw power at your command. In terms of battery life, I found it generally lived up to expectations, allowing for extended sessions before requiring a recharge. Riding through various scenarios from quick errands to leisurely cruises at dusk, the battery remained resilient and reliable throughout.
Equipped with 120 mm cloudwheels, rides were smooth even over less forgiving terrain. Yet while comfort was generally high on smoother surfaces, rough patches did challenge stability at times. Braking system performance was solid; it provided confidence in stopping power without feeling jerky or unpredictable - crucial when navigating through unpredictable urban environments.
Maneuverability was surprisingly nimble for such a powerhouse; weaving around obstacles felt intuitive and controlled. Whether taking tight turns in cityscapes or gliding along park paths, handling remained precise and enjoyable throughout various environments.
Maintenance on the Titan Carbon was minimal; keeping it clean and checking bolts for tightness sufficed for upkeep. When dealing with repairs, my experience with customer service was more than pleasant—issues were addressed efficiently without much hassle on my end. Parts seemed readily available although I didn't have much need for them during my time with the board.
The quality remote control felt like an extension of my own reflexes—responsive and easy to use without unnecessary complexity. Safety features built into the board offered reassurance without being intrusive, blending seamlessly into each ride.
Based on my experiences—from exhilarating high-speed escapades to more practical commuting uses—I give the B-One Titan Carbon an 8/10 rating. The points were mainly docked for comfort issues over rougher terrain which might affect longer rides adversely.
|B-One Titan Carbon||B-One Titan Carbon||B-One Titan Carbon (4WD)|
|13 kg||13 kg||16 kg|
|150 kg||150 kg||150 kg|
|60 km/h||60 km/h||60 km/h|
|2 × 3500 W, 6374, 170 kv||2 × 3500 W, 6374, 170 kv||4 × 1500 W, 6368, 170 kv|
|Panasonic 13S4P 21700, 20 Ah, 936 Wh||Panasonic 13S4P 21700, 20 Ah, 936 Wh||Samsung 40T 13S4P 21700, 16 Ah, 768 Wh|
|2WD, belt drive, 120 mm cloudwheels, 30 % hill climb||2WD, belt drive, 150 mm pneumatic wheels, 30 % hill climb||4WD, belt drive, 150 mm pneumatic wheels, 50 % hill climb|