BoundMotor Flash encapsulates what high-performance e-skateboarding is all about: speed, power, and robustness crafted into one board ready for action at any moment's notice.
2 × 1500 W, 6368, 170 kV
Panasonic 12s4p, 21700, 19.2 Ah, 43.2 V, 852 Wh
Electric skateboards are all about the thrill, the speed, and that sweet sense of freedom as you carve up city streets and tackle inclines with ease. BoundMotor Flash caters precisely to adrenaline junkies who crave a powerful, fast ride but also to everyday commuters looking for reliability. It's a beast on wheels for those ready to harness serious power underfoot.
BoundMotor Flash boasts a robust construction that exudes confidence right from the first glance. Solid materials combine with a no-nonsense design, giving riders the impression that this board can handle just about anything thrown its way. During daily rides, sleek lines turned heads while the sturdy deck ensured stability at high speeds. Assembly, fortunately, was straightforward, letting me hit the pavement in no time.
Performance-wise, this board is nothing short of a powerhouse. Acceleration is brisk, making it ideal for quick getaways at traffic lights or an impromptu race against cyclists. Whether zipping through crowded streets or pushing the limits on open roads, BoundMotor Flash never wavered. Even hill climbs felt effortless; 30% gradients are conquered without breaking a sweat. Speed thrills were aplenty with an exhilarating top speed of 50 km/h. Braking was equally impressive – responsive and reliable even when descending steep hills.
Those dual 1500 W motors are relentless. The torque they generate propels you forward with a hunger for more speed. Battery life lived up to expectations; rigorous testing through different scenarios didn't cause any premature power drops. Whether I was on long cruises or short sprints, that Panasonic battery delivered consistent performance throughout.
Rolling on chunky wheels meant comfort over varied terrains was surprisingly good – even cobblestones didn't unsettle my ride too much. However, riders should be wary of overly rough surfaces; they can still throw off balance momentarily. The braking system inspires confidence – essential when traveling at such high speeds – allowing for controlled stops that felt safe and predictable.
Handling this electric skateboard felt like taming a wild stallion; thrilling yet demanding respect for its capabilities. In urban environments with tight turns and quick dodges necessary, it remained agile despite its robust frame. Comfort during rides was notable too – longer journeys didn't leave me craving a break due to discomfort.
Maintenance turned out to be pretty straightforward – regular checks and adjustments kept everything running smoothly. I appreciated the brand's responsiveness when dealing with inquiries about parts and repairs. They were quick to assist, although I've found most fixes could be handled DIY with parts readily available online.
One cannot overlook the quality remote control which became second nature in my grip within days of use – crucial for maintaining control over such a powerful machine. Electric gauges provided precise readings ensuring I was always informed about my journey status.
Given my experience and considering all aspects from speed to handling and maintenance, I'd rate BoundMotor Flash an 8/10. It lost points mainly due to comfort concerns on rougher terrains and because it might feel intimidating for less experienced riders.
|2 × 1500 W, 6368, 170 kV
|Panasonic 12s4p, 21700, 19.2 Ah, 43.2 V, 852 Wh
|2WD, belt drive, 175 mm, 30 %+ hill climb