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Editor's Note

Riding this e-skateboard feels like commanding a powerhouse that translates your slightest command into swift motion. While some may find themselves wrestling with its weight or charging frequency, others will revel in the sheer joy of its responsive ride.

Island All Terrain

Island All Terrain
  • Top Speed

    35 km/h

  • Motor Power

    2 × 1000 W

  • Battery Size

    0 Wh


  • Strong acceleration
  • Handles steep inclines effortlessly
  • Durable design
  • Predictable braking system


  • Battery life could be better
  • Heavier than some may prefer
  • Remote feels fragile

Product Overview

Island All Terrain is a beast of an electric skateboard that'll spark the interest of thrill-seekers and commuting enthusiasts alike. It's crafted for riders craving power and performance without breaking the bank. While ideal for those ready to tackle steep hills and demanding cityscapes, its heaviness and battery life might give lighter riders or long-distance commuters pause.

Design and Build Quality:

At first glance, the Island All Terrain radiates a robust vibe with its solid structure. This e-skateboard features an alluring blend of practical design elements and durable materials, making it a trusty ride on rough terrains. Assembly, thankfully, wasn't a puzzle - pretty straightforward with clear instructions.

Overall Performance:

This board didn't disappoint when put through its paces. Whether it was breezing through city streets or conquering hilly challenges, performance remained top-notch. The exhilarating top speed of 35 km/h felt like a rush of adrenaline, while the brakes instilled confidence with their smooth progression from glide to complete halt.

The Motors & Battery:

Dual 1000W motors deliver a punchy acceleration that can catch you off guard if you're not prepared. Uphill battles felt effortless, thanks to this power. The battery's longevity was slightly underwhelming for my weight class (180lbs), necessitating more frequent charges than lighter riders might need.

The Wheels & Braking:

With 90mm wheels devouring rough patches on roads like a hungry beast, stability at high speeds came easily. Brakes deserve applause; they provide peace of mind with their predictable and safe stopping power.

Overall Handling:

From zigzagging around obstacles to cruising down boardwalks, handling was intuitive and comfortable in most scenarios. I found maneuverability particularly impressive when navigating tight corners.

Maintenance and Repair:

Encountering minor issues was inevitable, but addressing them was mostly DIY-friendly due to accessible parts. Dealing with customer service turned out to be satisfactory - they were responsive and willing to resolve problems within reason.

Additional Features:

The remote control echoes the designs of yesteryears yet functions flawlessly, ensuring uninterrupted rides – no mid-ride disconnections here. However, it did feel fragile in hand, which could be concerning during falls.


I'd rate the Island All Terrain at a strong 7.5 out of 10. While it's an exciting ride with significant power under the hood, certain aspects like battery life and the heft of the board hold back a perfect score.

Island All Terrain Specification

Island All Terrain
8.9 kg
Top Speed
35 km/h
Motor Power
2 × 1000 W
Battery Size
0 Wh
Drive Train
2WD, belt drive, 150 mm

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