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Editor's Note

Chasing horizons on this e-skateboard brought new levels of excitement to routine routes. While some elements needed fine-tuning or adjustment to personal riding style, overall satisfaction remained high—a testament to well-executed design and functionality.

Tynee Mini Hub

Tynee Mini Hub
  • Top Speed

    38 km/h

  • Motor Power

    2 × 550 W

  • Battery Size

    Samsung INR18650-25R, 5 Ah, 36 V, 180 Wh, Dmegc INR18650-29E, 8.7 Ah, 36 V, 313 Wh

  • Max Load

    150 kg


  • Robust build
  • Powerful dual motors
  • Responsive brakes
  • Excellent customer service


  • Slight decrease in battery life at high speeds
  • Requires anticipation for effective braking at top speed

Product Overview

Thrill-seekers and daily commuters alike, the Tynee Mini Hub has caught my attention for good reason. This compact powerhouse, designed to weave through the urban jungle, delivers speed and agility that aligns perfectly with the energetic pace of city life. With its impressive specs, those looking for a reliable and exhilarating ride will find this electric skateboard a match.

Design and Build Quality:

Every inch of this board screams durability with a dash of elegance. Out of the box, its robust structure was apparent—the deck felt sturdy underfoot, supporting my weight without a hint of flex. Encased in a resilient shell, components were protected from daily wear and tear. Assembly was straightforward—no need for an extensive toolkit or engineering degree here!

Overall Performance:

My week-long adventure with the Tynee Mini Hub showcased versatility I didn't expect from such a compact ride. Darting across town, the acceleration was zippy—hitting top speeds felt like cutting through air with precision. Hills usually slow you down? Not with this little beast! Its climb rate tackled slopes gracefully, although steeper inclines demanded a bit more push.

The Motors & Battery:

Dual 550 W motors provided enough oomph to outrun bustling foot traffic easily. Battery life stayed true to specifications on standard commutes; however, pushing limits on high-speed sprints did require more frequent charges—a minor trade-off for the performance delivered.

The Wheels & Braking:

Rolling on asphalt felt like gliding over silk thanks to the 90 mm wheels which absorbed most surface imperfections. Brakes responded well to sudden stops—crucial for unpredictable city scenes—although full halts from top speed required anticipation.

Overall Handling:

Switching paths on whimsy felt natural—agility at its finest—making me confident in maneuvering around obstacles. Extended rides remained comfortable, though after several hours, I did start yearning for a break.

Maintenance and Repair:

Self-maintenance proved manageable due to thoughtful design choices; tightening screws and cleaning out debris were simple tasks. When dealing with repairs beyond my capability, customer service was commendable—prompt responses and clear guidance smoothed out any wrinkles in my experience.

Additional Features:

Its quality remote control allowed for seamless transitions between speeds—an extension of my own reflexes. Electric gauges kept me informed without being obtrusive, while safety features offered peace of mind during nightly escapades.


I'd rate the Tynee Mini Hub an enthusiastic 8/10. It lost points due to the slight drop in battery life at higher speeds and the need for proactive braking but gained much admiration for its robust build and exhilarating performance.

Tynee Mini Hub Specification

Tynee Mini Hub (5 Ah)Tynee Mini Hub (8.7 Ah)
6.9 kg7.5 kg
Max Load
150 kg150 kg
Top Speed
38 km/h38 km/h
Motor Power
2 × 550 W2 × 550 W
Battery Size
Samsung INR18650-25R, 5 Ah, 36 V, 180 WhDmegc INR18650-29E, 8.7 Ah, 36 V, 313 Wh
Drive Train
2WD, hub drive, 90 mm, SHR78A, 25-30 % hill climb2WD, hub drive, 90 mm, SHR78A, 25-30 % hill climb

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