Bolt Portable Electric Skateboard

Apr 14, 2015

Category: Rides

Walking is awful, isn’t it? Especially after a long day of work when you just want to get home as quickly as possible. But then you remember that you have a long commute. Bummer. Now, a man named Lorenzo Cella is setting out to shorten your commute with Bolt, an incredibly portable electric skateboard that is the smallest and lightest of its kind in the world, measuring just 23.5x10x4 inchesand weighing just 9 lbs.

Bolt has a top speed of 13 mph and it has a range of nearly 6.5 miles. So, it works perfectly if you live in a big city and don’t want to use a car to get around. Bolt is perfect for the short daily commute. Of course, it also has a built-in standard USB port that can recharge an iPhone up to 20 times, thanks to its 5000mAh LiPo battery. And, it quickly charges from completely empty to full in about 60-90 minutes. Bolt is currently being funded on IndieGoGo, and it has some interesting milestones. At 200k, Bolt will have both an Android app and an iPhone app. At 400k, Bolt will allow users to add range to their device by adding an interchangeable battery. [Purchase]

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