Electric Skateboard Comparison
Our Electric Skateboard comparison should give you a good overview about the different boards which are available in the market.
You will be able to sort by price, power, speed, grade, distance, weight and number of motors just with a click.
Electric skateboard comparison
|BoostedBoards Dual (Standard)||1500||32,2||20||11,3||6,7||90||2|
|BoostedBoards Dual+ (Extended)||2000||35,4||25||19,3||7||90||2|
Bamboo GTX All Terrain
Bamboo GTX Street
GT Bamboo Street
GT Bamboo All Terrain
GT Carbon Street
GT Carbon All Terrain
|MELLOW DRIVE S||2000||25||20||15||3,9||36|
|Mo-Bo Classic Wood |
800 (Standard battery)
|Mo-Bo Classic Wood |
1300 (Power battery)
Carbon Fiber 3200 Street
000 = not available
A few notes:
The data is from the websites of the manufacturers and should be read as measured under ideal conditions. Especially the speed and distance can vary based on the riders weight and style.
In wheels motors are (as you can guess) inside the wheel and not visible. Other motors are external and connected with a belt to the wheels. Belts usually give you more traction for better acceleration as well as braking.
You will find additional information behind the manufacturer links below the table. Please send us a note when you are missing a brand.
We will continue to add boards and keep the list updated. Last update was July 24th 2018.
Next to performance, speed and distance you should think first where you will ride the board. Depending on where you should consider street, all-terrain or off-road wheels as described in our electric skateboard wheels article.
The main advantage of In-Wheel motors are that they wheels are not slowed down by the motor. This means that you can your your in-wheel electric longboard like a normal longboard if the motor is turned off.
Motor with belts give you however more torque which leads into faster acceleration, but even more important more reliable breaking.
Electric Skateboard Comparison Links
Acton Boards: www.actonglobal.com
Evolve Skateboards www.evolveskateboards.com
Fiik Skateboards: www.fiikelectricskateboards.com
Leif eSnowboard: www.leiftech.com
Marbel Boards: www.marbelboards.com
X3 Onan Funky Drive: http://www.electro-longboard.de
Yuneec Boards: www.yuneec.com
Again, if you think we have missed an important brand, please send us a note at facebook.com/eboarder/