Free shipping and no taxes. Good quality & comfortable & powerful electric skateboard in 2019.
The W2 ESC uses a customized Hobbywing ESC with sensor. As other Ownboard models it still has a smooth acceleration & braking but with a faster startup speed and a more powerful climbing ability. The high discharge current of 40A will keep you and your eBoard always strong and powerful, even when you are riding on mountainous roads.
To ensure a sufficient range we choosed an appropriate battery (Samsung 30Q) with a discharge current of 45A (15A*3=45A). This new product is suitable for experienced esk8ters and more uphill roads.
The battery will be recharged when you brake, which saves up more energy for a longer ride.
2.4G Wireless Remote:
With 3 speed modes, ergonomic design, excellent soft touch material, no more connection losses，smoother acceleration & braking. An integrated LED display shows settings & battery level. We also included a vibration reminder for power & connection.
The dust proof and more resistant electric skateboard bearings for professional speeding and extended life cycle.
Beginner Mode: 12.5mph (20 km/h)
Middle Mode: 18.75mph (30 km/h)
Proficient Mode: 26mph (42 km/h)
Range on full charging:
SAMSUNG 30Q 9.0Ah: 14-16 miles(22.5~25.5 km)
120 kg (265lbs)
8.2 kg (18.5lbs)
Fiberglass Bamboo, 38*9.05 inches, Flex designed
5045 Dual Belt Motor,270Kv 650W*2
83*52mm Green highly elastic PU-Wheels
90*62mm Black (offset) highly elastic PU-Wheels
Exchangeable pulleys (Flywheel and Kegel) with automatic belt tension adjustment function
Safe & Powerful Li-ion Battery by Samsung 30Q (18650 3P10S)
Input: 100~240V, 50/60Hz
Output: 42V, 3A
Charging time: 2-3 hours
1 x completely assembled eBoard
1 x remote with USB charging cable
1 x extra foam for you to do deck swap
1 x certificated charger
1 x DC port charger adapter (US, AU, or EU plug up to your location)
1 x T-tool
1 x rear LED light
1 x user manual
1 x dash-proof rubber
1 x extra belt
1 x extra 4pcs*90*62*78A Black wheels
1 x extra 2pcs*Kegel Pulley
1 x extra black gripe tape
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You wont get a board at this price with as many accessories as you get with the W2. The board has great range (better than Wowgo3x) and its very smooth.
-Only minor complain is i wish the deck had more Flex. The ride is very comfortable but with a more flexy deck it would be even better.
- My board had loose washers on the pulleys which was making a ringing sound when i took it out of the box. Took me a few times to take apart the pulleys to pinpoint which ones it was. I just removed all of them and the noise went away. The board is very quite for a belt drive board. When cruising it sounds almost as quite as a hub motor.
- The grip tape that comes with the board is bad. Yes its soft but its not very sticky. Mine was coming off after my second ride. Good thing they give you regular grip tape with the board which is much better quality. After i swapped the grip tape no more issues.
For those worried about the 3m belts, i have not had any issues with them. They work great and other owners can say the same. There is no sliding so you can rest assured that you wont have problems. Boosted boards use 3M as well if you were wondering.
My one recommendation for anyone looking to but this board is to swap the wheels. The stock wheels are good but not the best. I would get some Orangatang wheels ($50) and you will have one the best rides ever. The board feels like your surfing on a cloud. Carving is one of the best things to do on this board. I also swapped the bushings on the board as well to match my weight.
For the W3 Board- My recommendations for the board would be this.
- Stronger breaks please
-Dont use the foam grip tape since its bad quality
-please provide different bushings for riders of different weight
- A more flexy deck please
- Please design better enclosures. The board looks like a budget board due to the generic batter and ECS enclosures.
Ownboard W2 (38”) - Electric Skateboard with Dual Belt Motor
I received my board back in the first week of September 2019.
Currently it is November 2019 and I have to say that I love this board.
- Comes with different wheel pulleys for Abec cores and Orangatang cores
- AMAZING battery life
- AMAZING ESC
- Comes with many bonuses (extra belts, wheels, screws, etc.)
- Good flex
- Not super loud for a belt-driven board
- No charging indicator for board
- Simple design
- Remote is very basic
One thing that is very personal to me has to deal one of my motor covers. One of the screw holes has no threading and therefore I can't actually screw anything in there. Another screw hold on the same motor cover came screwed in too tight and I am unable to remove it. The hexagonal head of the screw has been malformed and I am not able to remove it. When the time comes for a belt to break I will have to buy a new motor set from Ownboard to keep using the board.
Overall, my experience with the board has been great. If it were not for the motor cover issue, I would have given this 5 stars.
Bought this not really knowing how to skate, done many miles on it now and it's been so much fun. I find myself going out as much as possible when the weather is good.
- Very stable make sure you have tightened the trucks to your liking i found them quite loose when i got the board.
- Brakes are good, be very careful braking in the wet!
- Makes a wicked noise.
- The bigger wheels feel very safe even when hitting large rocks/sticks.
- The bag of extra parts is great, plenty to keep you going.
- Simple construction, maintenance is nice and easy.
- Could do with better protection for the belts. Due to the way the motors are on the bottom of the board, i have had a few things get stuck in the pulleys. I am in the city though so there is a lot more rubbish on the pavements/road.
- Supplied rear light does the job in a pinch but if you are riding in the dark regularly get something like shredlights they hold up much better in rough conditions. Not sure this is really a con as this is a budget board.
- Controller, the one supplied is good enough for the job. After a bit of research i don't think it is possible to replace it with something a bit nicer.
Be careful in wet conditions, the board isn't completely waterproof i have had a small amount get behind the screen. If you live in a wet country it would be well worth sealing everything up yourself once your warranty period is over.
I have attached some pictures of the internals for anyone that is curious. I had to open it up to dry out the insides after getting caught out by the rain (RIP warranty). Whilst i was there i added silicone and re-loqtighted all the bolts not had an issue since. Ideally shouldn't be riding it in the wet anyway but sometimes you have little choice. If you do get caught out take it very slowly and dry it off asap.
Overall i have had a great experience with it and will continue to do so! It's made me a bit obsessed and now i want to attempt to build my own!
I've owned the W2 about 6 weeks, and ridden it @ 50 miles.. Overall I'm very pleased with it.. I like the flexy deck, it reduces vibrations from rough roads.. I like the range/battery, though I'm 190lbs and ride in a hilly area, and experience voltage sag after about 10 miles of riding (never seen the 14 mile advertised range).. I find it surprising strong, good acceleration and hill climbing, when the voltage is above 30%.. I like the belt whine, it mimics the sound of a jet engine, and warns close pedestrians that you're approaching.. I've never had a belt slip, or had to adjust them yet.. I also like all the accessories/wheel pulley options that come with the board.... The bushings were soft for me, so I installed Venom bushings,, and I discovered the purple hangar insert bushing is a little thicker than that area of the hangar,, I shaved them down with the griptape,, and since the board is very stable,, I frequently floor it down hill 'till I top out at 40+kmh.. There is really only 1 thing I don't like about the board, and I don't know if anyone else has experienced this: If the battery power is below 30%, and I accelerate for 5 seconds or more, the motors lose power for about a second, (as if I lost remote connection or let go of the throttle) and after that unsettling second, the power/acceleration returns.. The first time it happened I thought my thumb slipped off the accelerator,, but it's happened more than 5 times since then...... If I could make some suggestions for future models, I would like to see a small kick tail to lift the front over pavement gaps and get up over small ledges.. Also lighter wheels, I like the 90mm wheels, but they are heavy..
Good quality product.
Great set of accesories, very long max distance, powerful board
Some of elements could be better adjusted, better quality od power adapter and controller more advanced, but its OK
Some elements not fit perfectly
Medium quality of controller and power adapter
Only fell off once on a slippery surface great for riding except on bump surfaces