OLED remote is included. High quality and performance.Huge torque and High climbing ability.More comfortable with flexible enclosure.
DECK: Fiberglass Bamboo Canada Maple, 39 Inches / 990 mm
BATTERY: 14AH Sanyo GA Lithium battery 4P10S
MOTOR: Dual 6368 Belt Motor 170Kv 1500 Watt*2
ESC: Customized Hobbywing ESC with sensor for smooth braking & acceleration
REMOTE: Ergonomic Hobbywing Remote with 3 Speed Modes, 2.4G wireless
BRAKING: Regenerative Braking
TRUCKS: Forged 306 mm / 12 Inch width with double King Pin
WHEELS: AT: 6 Inches / 150 mm Honeycomb Tirewith solid rubber ( elastic All-Terrain) GT: 120mm Cloudwheels with damping foamies core
SUITABLE TERRAIN: Any terrain - short grass, dirt tracks, roads & footpaths
BEARINGS: Ceramic Bearings (water & dust proof)
RECHARGE: 4-5 hours with 3A charger
TOP SPEED: 38 km/h / 24 mph (GT can Up to 42km/h)
RANGE: Up to 30 km / 19 miles (GT can Up to 42km)
WEIGHT: 11 kg
MAX LOAD: 100 kg / 220 lbs
POWER SLIDES: Yes
HILLS: Up to 30%
Beginner Mode: 12.5mph (20 km/h)
Middle Mode: 18.75mph (30 km/h)
Proficient Mode: 24mph (38 km/h)
1 x completely assembled eBoard
1 x OLED remote with USB charging cable
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
Today I tighten up on the trunks and my ride was very smooth and scary fast. It carves like a champ, and it looks very nice. I have about 25 miles or more of bicycle lanes in my neighborhood and I like the looks on the cyclist when I smoke pass them. It's not my first electric board but quickly my favorite one. If you're pissed as hell because of the delays I understand but don't give up. I waited almost 2 long months.
Ordered the board from electric boarding co on March 19th, got here today (April 2nd). Packaging was good, and everything came was undamaged.
Charged up the board, and gave it a semi-thorough inspection. The only thing I noticed is that on of the 4 pins (2 per truck) that goes into the pivot cup, was not in the pivot cup -- the truck was assembled incorrectly. Not a big deal at-all. Used the included skate tool to remove the top kingpin, and loosen the lower so I could push the pin back into the pivot cup. Then re-assembled the bolt on the truck.
Powered it on, and took it for a test drive with the AT wheels. It was pretty good, but I did stop and give all 4 truck bolts a full turn to tighten them more for better stability.
Overall power and braking are good, smooth, and the remote pairs just fine.
I noticed a previous reviewer mentioned having to go through the setup process every time he powers on his board. Dude, you're doing something wrong, just turn on the remote and board and they connect it is a 2 second process.
Later in the day I took the time to switch over to cloud wheels. These are really cool and the first time I've ridden them. Just as smooth, and can go over all the same rough stuff that the AT wheels can, but you feel faster and more stable. I will be mainly using these and use the ATs if I want to ride some dirt trails, or just to have as backups.
-Looks really really good, my favorite AT board available right now at any price, esp with cloud wheels.
-AT wheels are airless (rode an evolve AT and got a flat from a construction staple, that sucked)
-throttle mapping and braking is predictable and responsive
-no button on remote to press to active throttle knob (always live)
-power is a tiny bit lower than I'd like, I can have it pegged on mode 3 and be OK, (with the evolve AT in GT mode, I wasn't comfortable pinning the throttle, I think it accelerated a bit harder)
I ordered my board in early February in hopes that I might be riding on my birthday. Didn't work out that way. I finally got it today and rode my first ride.
Wow this thing is fast. The trunks are way too soft for my weight. I got a lot of wobble if I rode to fast. I will tighten them then I'll test again. I put the cloud wheels and it felt like a cadillac, very smooth. That made it worth waiting for. On the road it's quiet. Overall I'm happy, and glad that I didn't brake down and ask for a refund, I know times are hard and if your not able to work and are staying home, it's better to be relaxing riding a longboard.
I ordered my board 24 days ago and it is still not even shipped. There is no product to review yet. But I can review the customer service. I reached via email messenger and WhatsApp but only got a response via WhatsApp I had to ask multiple times for the whereabouts of my order and was never given a useful definitive answer. Also it is a very unprofessional way of communication since there are plenty of mistakes typos but now helpfulness whatsoever. Also I would expect to be informed if there is a delay or problem with my order and not have to reach out myself.
So far I can't really recommend that company, I hope they can manage to improve on themselves since I have high hopes for their products.
Just got my board 2 or so days ago in the mail after its long awaited arrival and i couldn't be any happier that i now have it my possession its my second favorite board next to my previously purchased Ownboard C1S.
- Pros and Cons
- Pro #1: the board comes equipped with a fiberglass and bamboo deck allowing it to flex and roll over some obsticles with little to no shock to yourself as the board will absorb it. the board is also equipped with double kingpin trucks to allow you to hit those sharp turns in quick hasty situations like needing to make a sudden right or left on the fly.
-Pro #2: the new hobby wing remote is so badass. The remote has a screen in it that tells you the milage you have on the board can tell you how fat you're going in your choice of preference being MPH (Miles) or KMPH (Kilometers). and it tells you the lifespan left in the board and the remote in the top left and right corners.
-Pro #3: The board is one of the premium entry level boards that resembles an evolve bamboo gt or at with a much better price range only coming in at 999.00 for people who want to buy an evolve board but cant afford one cuz its too damn expensive.
Con #1: The board itself doesnt have an easy to access battery indicator to tap on to see how much power is left in the board which is a burden when you turn the board off and leave it on the charger because you'll never be able to know if the thing is over charged and if you potentially fucked the battery up.
Con #2: the double king pins. although i've listed the double kingpin trucks as a pro it's not perfect like how we humans aren't perfect. when i first gave the board a test ride I wasn't ready for what that felt like being able to have so much steerage at my proposal you have to tighten them otherwise you will legit get speed wabbles and fly off.
Con #3: the new remote. as i've mentioned the remote being a pro and like how i mentioned the kingpin trucks. the remote has its little flaws too such as not just pairing on the fly. you have to turn the remot and board on and pair them by holding the power buttons on both for 3-5 seconds then go through preferences every single time you start the board and remote up for a ride. that may be troublesome for alot of other people. i personally dont care but some people who may have purchased their Ownboard c1s or w1s in the past know the older hobbywing remotes and boards link up on the fly after you turn them on and you just peel off and ride wherever.
The board is a fucking beast and it's worth every dollor invested into it. i've mentioned this various times in pros and cons with the double kingpins but this board is not for entry level Esk8rs it's meant for more experienced riders who can handle making sharpturns and the mobility this thing has to offer. the board is a premium level board that has hella torque and is meant for speed. if youre not used to a board with loads of steerage or is mounted a few good feet off the groung with all the hardware on it you should get an entrylevel board like the C1s, W1s, W2, or any of the ownboard mini's. I'f youre a speed demon and love to hit hard carves at high speed or moderate speeds and you have experience in the past with double kingpin trucks or flexy decks that give acomfortable ride to them. this is the board for you. you want to get an evolve esc board on the more affordable side of things this is the board for you. if you are just starting off in the esk8 game this is not the board for you. If the board ever gets an upgrade somewhere along the line with a new battery indicator on the enclosure somewhere or somehow this would make the board alot better instead of leaving customers to guess whether the board is fully charged and in need of checking the remote for the board batter percentage.
I rate a 8.5/10
This is the 3rd email I received asking for a review of my order on Feb 27. But I haven't received any updates or communication from Ownboard yet. I realize there are factors affecting shipping but Ownboard should stay in communication with customers to maintain confidence while we anxiously wait. Fingers crossed, can't wait to ride the Bamboo AT
Sally was extremely helpful. Im happy that she helped me out.
I know things are a little crazy right now considering the Coronavirus, but this is getting beyond ridiculous. I was so excited for my Ownboard Bamboo GT. Now the excitement has almost completely dissipated. This is taking far too long. When is my board going to ship? Will change review once I actually get it.
I am very happy with the board Ownboard Bamboo AT. Surprisingly quiet even though it is belt driven. Good flex. Turning and carving very easy. Not that heavy even with the large battery. Powerful and fast. Good acceleration. Changed to the 12 mm cloudwheels and like them very much and they are very forgiving on rough roads and where there is a lot of sand and gravel. Remote is very smooth. I would highly recommend this board. You will not be disappointed!
I will update my review once I have received and tried the board. Ownboard customer service has been very good about replying to my inquiries about the status of my order that was placed on February 16, 2020.