Inboard M1 Electric Skateboard

Nov 14, 2018

Category: Rides

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It’s widely accepted that the Inboard M1 Electric Skateboard is one of the most advanced e-boards ever developed. Meant to get you from point A to point B without the need of a cab or train, this sleek ride comes equipped with enough juice for any commute.

In addition to the sleek design and durable nature of the M1 Electric Skateboard, each e-board is compatible with the brand’s smartphone application that offers you total control over all aspects of the well-built ride — from battery levels to riding modes, even the head and tail lights. It’s all powered by Inboard’s Manta Drive, which offers smooth acceleration for novice riders, little resistance, and a splash-resistant rating of IP54. Their handy remote also grants you control over the entire process so say goodbye to the old kick-push for good. Available now.

Purchase: $999

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