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Editor's Note

Zip through your local scene or carve up the streets with confidence; this board stands up to its premium stature. Despite its limitations on steeper gradients and its learning curve with brakes, it's been nothing short of an urban surfing dream for me.

Unlimited X Loaded Solo

Unlimited X Loaded Solo
  • Range

    7 miles (11 km)

  • Top Speed

    23 mph (37 km/h)

  • Battery Size

    90 Wh

  • Max Load

    240 lbs (110 kg)


  • Quick acceleration
  • Stable at high speeds
  • Short recharge time
  • Premium build quality


  • Limited range
  • Struggles on steeper inclines
  • Braking can be abrupt
  • Price point may be high for some

Product Overview

Unlimited X Loaded Solo: Electrifying Your Skate Experience

For avid skateboarders and tech-savvy commuters, the Unlimited X Loaded Solo is a tantalizing proposition. This e-skateboard caters to those seeking a compact, swift mode of transportation or looking to inject a little electric excitement into their carving sessions. I spent an exhilarating week weaving through city streets and tackling slopes with this nimble piece of kit.

Design and Build Quality:

Loaded Boards never disappoints with aesthetics, and pairing with Unlimited has resulted in something special. The bamboo deck's contoured design cradles your feet securely, offering an intuitive ride. Assembly was a breeze; within minutes, I was ready to hit the pavement. Wheels are robust – these large 90mm bad boys smooth out most surface imperfections. IP65 water and dust resistance ensure you're not sidelined by puddles or debris.

Overall Performance:

Acceleration is snappy, which makes darting through cityscapes a thrill. Pushing 23 mph feels like flying on asphalt, although I'm cautious around crowds. Braking demands finesse – 'twitchy' at times – but provides ample stopping power once mastered. With a 7-mile range, it's more sprinter than marathon runner; perfect for quick commutes or joyful jaunts around the block.

The Motors & Battery:

The single hub motor has guts. Power delivery on flats is seamless, but inclines above 9% slow the roll significantly. Battery life is generally true to specs, though heavy throttling drains it faster than you might expect. Recharge time is mercifully brief at just over an hour, getting you back on the road promptly.

The Wheels & Braking:

Riding quality shines with these wheels – they grip when carving hard yet break into slides predictably when pushed. Brakes take some getting used to; they're effective but can catch you off guard if you're not gentle.

Overall Handling:

Handling is where this board comes alive. It's responsive enough for tight turns yet stable at high speeds. Transitioning between different terrains felt almost effortless – from smooth sidewalks to textured bike paths, every ride was comfortable and controlled.

Maintenance and Repair:

Maintenance was minimal during my week-long trial. Tools were included for quick adjustments – ensuring peak performance was easy. For more serious concerns, parts availability didn't seem problematic, though no major issues arose to test support responsiveness.

Additional Features:

A standout feature is definitely the remote control – reliable and intuitive for adjusting settings on the fly. Integrated safety features gave peace of mind during dusk rides thanks to visible LED indicators.


Taking everything into account, I'd give this electric skateboard a solid 8/10. Points deducted for the less-than-ideal hill performance and twitchy brakes, but it excels in build quality, handling, and overall fun factor.

Unlimited X Loaded Solo Specification

Unlimited X Loaded Solo
4.4 lbs (2 kg)
Max Load
240 lbs (110 kg)
7 miles (11 km)
Top Speed
23 mph (37 km/h)
Battery Size
90 Wh
Drive Train
1 x Hub
Air Travel Friendly
Recharge Time
1.3 hours
Hill Climbability
9 %
Water Resistant
IP65 (water & dustproof)

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