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Editor's Note

Despite its compact size, this e-skateboard packs a punch where it counts – speed and power. Ideal for navigating cityscapes with agility; however, if you're seeking long-distance comfort or off-road capabilities, those aren’t its strong suits.

Vestar Mini Turbo

Vestar Mini Turbo
  • Top Speed

    44 km/h

  • Motor Power

    2 × 1000 W

  • Battery Size

    187 Wh, 252 Wh, 90 Wh


  • Compact design
  • Powerful acceleration
  • Solid build quality
  • Intuitive handling


  • Limited foot space
  • Comfort on rough terrain
  • Slight learning curve with braking

Product Overview

Taking the Vestar Mini Turbo for a spin felt like it was tailored for urban thrill-seekers. Compact and robust, this little powerhouse seems to be engineered for riders who crave portability without compromising on performance. Those who prefer a smaller board for the daily commute or quick jaunts around town will appreciate its form factor, while speed enthusiasts might relish the surprising kick this board offers.

Design and Build Quality:

Upon unboxing, the Vestar Mini Turbo impressed with its solid construction and elegant aesthetic. Its deck, sturdy underfoot, conveyed reliability, hinting at durability that would stand up to daily use. Materials didn't feel cheap; instead, there was a satisfying heft to them. Assembling it was hassle-free — everything needed was in the box, and I was ready to roll in no time.

Overall Performance:

Riding through city streets and over bridges, the performance was noteworthy. This board delivers a smooth ride with acceleration that's both brisk and responsive. Speed enthusiasts will get their fix hitting the top speed of 44 km/h which feels exhilarating on a compact board. Uphill climbs were managed with gusto thanks to the dual 1000 W motors – steep inclines became less daunting. The braking system provided enough stopping power to instill confidence but did require some getting used to.

The Motors & Battery:

Power delivery from the motors was consistent and punchy. Even in varied scenarios like crowded pavements or open stretches of road, they didn't falter. The battery life stayed true to expectations; I managed several lengthy rides before needing a recharge. In stop-and-go traffic, battery efficiency did take a hit but not enough to cause any real concern.

The Wheels & Braking:

Riding on various surfaces highlighted the importance of wheel quality. These held up admirably, cushioning against minor bumps and cracks. However, rougher terrain brought out some limitations in comfort. Braking felt secure but required finesse; too abrupt an application and things could get jerky.

Overall Handling:

Maneuvering this e-skateboard was largely intuitive. Tight corners were navigated with ease which speaks volumes about its handling capabilities. For longer rides, though, I found myself yearning for slightly more foot space – a reminder of the trade-off between portability and comfort.

Maintenance and Repair:

So far, maintenance has been minimal — routine checks and tightening bolts were all that was necessary. Haven't had to contact Vestar regarding repairs or parts yet; fingers crossed it stays that way.

Additional Features:

Nifty extras like the quality remote control offered smooth operational transitions from speed adjustments to braking without hiccups which integrated seamlessly into my daily routine.


I'd confidently give the Vestar Mini Turbo an 8/10 for its impressive melding of portability with power that suits urban riding adventures quite well.

Vestar Mini Turbo Specification

Vestar Mini Turbo 5.2AhVestar Mini Turbo 7.0AhVestar Mini Turbo 2.0Ah
8 kg8 kg8 kg
Top Speed
44 km/h44 km/h44 km/h
Motor Power
2 × 1000 W2 × 1000 W2 × 1000 W
Battery Size
187 Wh252 Wh90 Wh
Drive Train
2WD, belt drive, 90 mm2WD, belt drive, 90 mm2WD, belt drive, 90 mm

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