Lift Board is known for its battery life, structure and strong form. A 7-handle maple wood deck sits underneath your feet and is driven by a solitary or double 900w engine, fueled by lithium-particle batteries.
It achieves a maximum speed of 16 mph with a maximum of 20 mph down the slope. Try not to worry about the dependability. Its 80mm polyurethane wheels make the board perfect to ride on walkways, unpleasant territories and messy slopes.
On the off chance that you need more speed, you can pick the double engine model, which costs some additional bucks, however, can achieve 20 mph quickly.
By and large, it has a mileage of 12 miles, which can also go up to 15 relying upon its cost.
While the battery controls your board for 10-12 miles, it takes an incredible 3 hours for a full charge, which isn’t great.
Lift Board Electric Skateboard Pros & Cons