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Editor's Note

Throughout this week of testing every nook and cranny of the Black Carve 2 Belt's capabilities, I found myself both exhilarated and cautious. It's not just another e-board; it demands respect and mastery over its raw power to ensure every ride ends as thrillingly as it begins – safely back home.

Onsra Black Carve 2 Belt

Onsra Black Carve 2 Belt
  • Top Speed

    47 km/h

  • Motor Power

    2 × 1300 W

  • Battery Size

    648 Wh


  • Exceptional power and acceleration
  • Solid range per charge
  • Robust design


  • Stability issues at high speeds
  • Remote build could be better
  • Not beginner-friendly

Product Overview

Picture this: You're a thrill-seeker, an urban adventurer, or maybe a daily commuter who wants to add some excitement to the routine. If that's you, the Onsra Black Carve 2 Belt might just catch your eye. This e-skateboard is not for the faint-hearted or novices; it's a beast designed for those with experience under their belt, craving speed and demanding power from their ride.

Design and Build Quality:

Right out of the box, I could tell this skateboard was built like a tank. Its sturdy deck reassured me that it could handle my weight without a hint of flex. Materials feel top-notch – no corners were cut here. Assembly? Practically nonexistent. Straightforward and riding in no time.

Overall Performance:

Zipping through city streets at speeds that make your heart race is where the Black Carve 2 shines. Acceleration is brisk, so much so that careful modulation is needed to avoid any mishaps. Braking is responsive – essential at a top speed of 47 km/h which, yes, I've approached but not maxed out for safety's sake. Range was impressive; easily covering 20 miles on a charge with consistent power even when the battery indicator began to wane.

The Motors & Battery:

Dual 1300 W motors deliver relentless thrust that can conquer hills as if they were mere speed bumps. Battery life? It stuck close to the advertised specs, keeping those wheels spinning across various terrains without faltering. Diverse conditions didn't phase the battery performance either.

The Wheels & Braking:

The ride feels smooth as silk on well-paved roads, with the wheels absorbing most of what the streets throw at them. But let's talk safety – braking was both a friend and foe. Reliable in controlled environments, yet when pushing limits, I experienced slight instability which required my full attention and quick reflexes.

Overall Handling:

Carving through streets felt almost dreamlike; nimble handling allowed me to weave with precision. Comfortable? Absolutely – until you hit rough terrain or try sharp turns; then you'll wish for more flexibility.

Maintenance and Repair:

As for upkeep, regular cleaning and bolt tightening went a long way in preserving its pristine condition. Encountered a few issues? Sure did, but customer service was decently responsive and helpful when needed.

Additional Features:

The remote felt slightly flimsy in my grip – something sturdier would match the board's robustness better. Despite this minor gripe, its integration into my daily escapades was seamless – checking battery levels mid-ride became second nature.


For me, this board sits at a solid 7/10. Points were scored for its raw power and exhilarating speed but deducted for high-speed stability concerns and an average remote build quality.

Onsra Black Carve 2 Belt Specification

Onsra Black Carve 2 Belt
12.5 kg
Top Speed
47 km/h
Motor Power
2 × 1300 W
Battery Size
648 Wh
Drive Train
2WD, belt drive, 115 mm

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