2 × 1300 W
Electric skateboards are all about the thrill of the ride and the freedom they offer, and the Onsra Black Carve 2 Belt AT is no exception. This e-skateboard is a powerhouse designed for riders who crave speed and adventure, but it's not for everyone. If you're new to the world of electric skateboarding or prefer a leisurely cruise, this might not be your first pick. However, seasoned riders seeking a robust board that can handle speed will find it matches their ambitions.
Right out of the box, I noticed Onsra Black Carve 2's sturdy design. This board's deck feels robust underfoot—a testament to its solid construction. Materials feel premium; nothing comes off as flimsy or an afterthought. While assembling, I found everything straightforward—no engineering degree required here.
In terms of performance, this skateboard is like a wild stallion. Commuting on flat streets feels like flying low to the ground. For sheer fun riding and going fast, this board excels; however, when I pushed toward its 46 km/h top speed, things got shaky—literally. Braking is responsive without being jarring, vital when traveling at high speeds. Regarding distance, I consistently hit around 20 miles on a full charge—not quite up to spec but still impressive.
The dual 1300 W motors don't disappoint—they deliver significant torque even when climbing hills. Battery performance is strong although in real-world conditions, like with inclines and varying surfaces, expect less than the maximum range.
Daily rides revealed that while wheels are suitable for urban environments, off-road adventures can be challenging—the board struggles with uneven terrain and soft ground. The braking system felt secure; however, high-speed stability could be better.
Handling-wise, carving through cityscapes brings joy—this skateboard responds well to subtle weight shifts. But again, at higher speeds or on rough terrains, handling becomes less predictable.
Maintenance has been relatively easy—keeping everything clean and tightened is essential for performance and safety. Dealing with the brand directly hasn't been necessary yet since there were no malfunctions during my week of testing.
Its remote control is decent but feels like it could be the first thing to break—it just doesn't match the build quality of the board itself. In terms of enhancing my experience—absolutely; being able to monitor battery life on-the-go is crucial.
Considering everything—from design quality to handling—I'd rate the Onsra Black Carve 2 Belt AT a solid 7/10. It's powerful and enjoyable but loses points for stability issues at high speeds and a remote that doesn't inspire confidence.
|Onsra Black Carve 2 Belt AT|
|2 × 1300 W|
|2WD, belt drive, 150 mm|