Riding the Kaly XL-R isn't just about getting from point A to B; it's about doing so with vigor and finesse – wrapped up in what feels like an armored suit for your feet. Despite minor quibbles about maneuverability in tight spaces due to its power-driven nature, owning this board means signing up for an electrifying experience each time you step on it.
2 × 5000 W
18s8p, 50E, 2613 Wh
Jumping onto the Kaly XL-R was like being handed the keys to an electric beast tailored for thrill-seekers and tech-savvy riders. Its power and specs are clearly designed for someone who craves speed, long rides, and the robustness that a premium e-skateboard offers.
Holding this board in your hands, you immediately notice the refined craftsmanship. The deck's robust structure is complemented by a stylish design that grabs attention when cruising through town. During my week with the Kaly XL-R, the choice of premium materials was evident – it feels durable enough to handle daily abuse without a hitch. Assembly wasn’t a concern as it arrived ready to hit the streets.
Performance-wise, this board doesn't just talk the talk; it powerfully glides at speeds that make your heart race. With a top speed of 61 km/h, commuting transformed into an exhilarating adventure. Even hill climbing was a breeze with its impressive 40% incline capability – no hill was too steep. Braking was smooth and responsive, essential for such a speedy ride. The range didn't disappoint either; I could easily get through most days on a single charge without range anxiety creeping in.
Those dual 5000 W motors are beasts, providing torque that will leave most boards in the dust. Whether it was flat terrain or challenging slopes, they delivered consistent power without flinching. As for battery life, I can vouch that the 2613 Wh battery lives up to expectations, offering longevity even when pushing the board hard across various terrains.
Riding over rough patches felt less jarring than expected, thanks to the wheel setup – their size and build quality were more than capable of smoothing out bumpy rides. In terms of safety and precision stopping power, brakes were reliable at high speeds and during unexpected halts, instilling confidence throughout each ride.
Handling this e-skateboard felt intuitive from the get-go. Navigating through tight spaces or carving down open roads, comfort never took a backseat. It’s clear that balance and ergonomics have been finely tuned for varied environments whether it's bustling city streets or serene park pathways.
Maintenance felt straightforward as I kept up with regular cleaning and bolt tightening – typical for high-performance boards. Luckily, no serious issues cropped up needing repairs during my time testing it out. Parts availability seemed decent too; nothing felt overly exclusive or difficult to source.
Now, let’s touch on those extra bells and whistles: A quality remote control offered precise command over my rides while electric gauges provided real-time data to keep me informed about speed and battery levels on-the-go. These features became essentials quickly rather than mere conveniences.
Reflecting on everything from design to performance, I’d give this electric powerhouse an 8/10 rating. High marks were due to its sheer power capabilities and riding pleasure but finding balance between such intensity and everyday practicality can be challenging for some riders.
|2 × 5000 W
|18s8p, 50E, 2613 Wh
|2WD, gears drive, 210 mm, 40 % hill climb