With adrenaline-inducing speed capabilities matched by solid construction and smart features, the Lacroix Nazare stands out as a premium e-skateboard choice for thrill-seekers. While everyday practicality might take a backseat due to its heavy frame and intense power that might not suit all riders, for those seeking performance above all else – this board delivers.
2 × 4550 W
Samsung, INR21700-50E, 12s5p, 882 Wh
Cruising on the Lacroix Nazare instantly feels like it's tailored for speed enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies. With its beefy 4550 W dual motors and a top speed that clocks in at a breathtaking 70 km/h, this e-skateboard is not for the faint-hearted. It promises a thrilling ride for those who dare, yet could be overwhelming for casual riders or beginners.
Crafted with precision, the Nazare's design screams high-performance. From its sleek deck to the robust enclosure housing the battery and electronics, every element seems thoughtfully placed. Riding it daily, I noticed how the choice of premium materials provides both durability and a stylish appearance. Assembly was not a concern; it came ready to hit the streets, which made for an excellent out-of-the-box experience.
The Nazare offers a dynamic riding experience, whether I'm commuting or just out for some fun. Its acceleration is exhilarating - you can feel the power as you launch forward. Speed demons will be satisfied with its capability to reach high speeds quickly, but remember to gear up because it's quite a beast. Hill climbs are where this board really shines – it tackled steep inclines without hesitation, proving its worthiness in varied environments. The range seemed true to the advertised specs, affording long uninterrupted rides which were impressive.
Dual motors equating to 9100 W total power output deliver relentless thrust that must be experienced to be believed. Whether cruising flat terrain or ascending hills, power was never an issue. The Samsung battery pack kept up admirably across different scenarios – from short sprints to longer expeditions – and generally matched the promised battery life. The real-world longevity of course fluctuated with riding style and conditions.
Wheel performance was superior; they gripped the pavement securely in various conditions. However, comfort over rough surfaces could be improved as vibrations sometimes made their way through to my feet during longer journeys. Braking is another strong point - responsive and reliable even when descending at high speeds, providing essential safety alongside exhilarating performance.
Maneuverability on the Nazare felt natural after a few rides. Carving through city streets or navigating tight turns became second nature due to its responsive handling attributes. It's comfortable enough for daily use though its weight may challenge some riders when carrying it is necessary.
Maintenance has been mostly straightforward; regular checks and tightening where needed kept it running smoothly. On one occasion when I faced an issue, customer service was helpful but ultimately, I resorted to fixing minor problems myself due to part availability constraints which can be frustrating.
Features like the quality remote control offering precise input and electric gauges displaying essential information at a glance seamlessly integrated into my daily routine, enhancing overall user experience.
I'd give this powerhouse an 8/10. While it excels in power delivery and build quality, improvements in ride comfort over diverse terrains could elevate it further.
|2 × 4550 W
|Samsung, INR21700-50E, 12s5p, 882 Wh
|2WD, belt drive, 0 mm, 40 % hill climb