Zooming around town on this beast was pure joy; each trip was more about the ride than the destination. Its performance credentials are undeniable – certainly not for the faint-hearted or inexperienced riders though! Balancing exhilaration with practicality isn't easy but this e-skateboard manages it quite well within its urban playground.
2 × 1600 W
If you're an adrenaline junkie or a daily commuter looking for a reliable, high-speed e-skateboard, the Epic Racer Pro 3200 Street could catch your eye. With its impressive top speed and robust motor, this board is designed for those who crave velocity and power under their feet. However, if long-distance cruising is your mainstay, you may want to consider its battery life in your decision.
Upon first glance, the Epic Racer Pro 3200 Street exudes a refined aesthetic with its matte finish and sleek contours. Solid underfoot, this board uses premium materials that inspire confidence during rides. No rattles or creaks betrayed the build quality - everything felt firmly assembled. Assembling the board was straightforward, allowing me to hit the streets quickly after unboxing.
Performance-wise, the Epic Racer Pro 3200 Street lives up to its name. Commutes transform into exhilarating dashes, making mundane trips exciting. Its ability to hit speeds of 42 km/h is nothing short of thrilling – but always wear safety gear at those speeds. Hill climbs are handled with gusto thanks to the dual 1600 W motors. Braking is responsive and gives a reassuring level of control when it's time to slow down. The ride distance on a single charge suited my daily commutes well, but long-range riders might need to plan for a mid-day recharge.
Speaking of power, those twin motors deliver torque aplenty, propelling me forward with an eagerness that never failed to bring out a grin. Whether darting through city streets or tackling steep inclines, power was never in short supply. The battery life remained close to specifications during test runs; however, like any electric vehicle, heavier use did dip into the reserves more than gentle cruising.
Daily usage revealed that while the wheels can manage most urban terrains comfortably, rougher patches did challenge ride smoothness - something potential buyers should consider based on their local road conditions. Braking instilled confidence with its dependable performance; crucial when navigating through unpredictable city traffic.
Handling felt intuitive from day one – carving turns and weaving became second nature swiftly. Comfort didn't disappoint either; even after extended use sessions, fatigue wasn't an issue.
Maintenance was mostly a DIY affair for me – regular checks and tweaks kept everything in top shape. Fortunately, I didn't encounter any significant issues during my week-long test that required professional attention. Parts seem accessible enough online though I didn't have to order anything during my time with the board.
The quality remote control became an extension of my hand; precise inputs resulted in immediate responses from the board – no lag or disconnects here. The electric gauges provided clear feedback on battery levels and speed which proved handy during rides.
My rating stands at 8/10 for the Epic Racer Pro 3200 Street because while it excels in performance and design, range anxiety for longer trips could be an issue for some users.
|Epic Racer Pro 3200 Street
|2 × 1600 W
|2WD, belt drive, 150 mm