Riding the Raldey Mt-V3 has been mostly joyous with its robust design offering confidence at high speeds. It requires a bit of muscle to transport due to its heft but makes up for it in performance. A few quirks don't detract from what is essentially a solid choice for seasoned riders seeking excitement on their commute or recreational outings.
2 × 1500 W
Electric skateboards, like the Raldey Mt-V3, are perfect for thrill-seekers and daily commuters craving speed and a dash of adrenaline. This board's performance and build cater to riders looking for a reliable mode of transport that can handle a variety of terrains and speeds. However, riders prioritizing lightness or a cushy ride might want to consider their options carefully.
From the moment I unboxed the Raldey Mt-V3, its robust construction grabbed my attention. Clad in quality materials, it gives off an aura of durability. Each element, from the grip tape to the trucks, feels well-crafted for longevity. Assembling this beast was straightforward – I had it ready to roll in no time.
Zipping through city streets at 45 km/h felt exhilarating yet controlled on this board. Its dual 1500W motors pack enough punch to make hill climbs a breeze without compromising on stability. Braking is responsive – an essential feature when navigating unpredictable urban environments.
Those motors deliver raw power that transforms into thrilling acceleration. But it's not all roses; battery sag became noticeable after some heavy-duty riding. While generally staying true to the promised range on flat surfaces, intensive rides drained the battery faster than expected.
During daily rides, wheels performed admirably over various debris and cracks thanks to their size. Safety was never an issue as braking remained consistently effective, although I experienced some discomfort due to the solid wheels when traversing rougher terrain.
Handling proved intuitive across different scenarios whether cruising parks or darting down avenues. Its weight added stability but made carrying it cumbersome after long rides. Maneuvering was less agile than lighter models but still satisfactory for confident riders.
Tinkering with this skateboard is part of its charm. Minor adjustments were easy enough, but sourcing parts could pose a challenge. Customer service was helpful though my interactions suggested going DIY could be swifter for solving simpler issues.
Features like the quality remote control offered ease of use with its responsiveness – key for both safety and enjoyment. Unfortunately, there were instances where controller glitches caused some frustration but didn't overshadow my overall positive experience.
My personal rating would be 7/10. Factors influencing this score include powerful motors, commendable design, and thrilling speeds tempered by battery life concerns and slight controller reliability issues.
|2 × 1500 W
|2WD, hub drive, 97 mm