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 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 OLED remote
1 x extra belt
Board finally arrived 2 weeks ago after ordering on Dec 2nd. I've owned WowGo, Meepo, Backfire Ranger X1 boards and now the Ownboard AT with Cloudwheels... the Ownboard is by far the best of the lot with heaps of torque when you need it. The only thing I would suggest to new owners is to tighten the trucks before exploring the top speed - I ended up with cracked ribs and a fair bit less skin on my palms after getting speed wobbles going down a hill at 40+kph. Entirely my own fault for not learning how it responds to speed before pinning it, so don't be afraid to take it slower at first, even if you're an experienced rider.
Overall a great board with great range, speed (as I found out the hard way) and torque for powering up hills. I was a little disappointed to learn that there was an upgraded remote with new ESC programming released while my board was still en-route to Australia, but other than that I'm really happy with it.
Took out the Bamboo At with the AT wheels for the first ride today. (rare warm day in Canadian winter) We'll I'm speechless, it somehow made my Enertion Raptor 2, Wowgo 2s and Meepo Mini feel obsolete. Soooo smooth and carvy, I was worried about the whine of the motors because those damn boosted boards are so loud compared to my Hub motor boards. I am pleased to say that the motors are nearly silent and I didn't find the sound loud or annoying at all. This was a huge win for me as I I want the board to be stealthy on the bike paths. I've seen the reviews with the cloud wheels and will put them on in the spring, but the AT Wheels are sweet and give you confidence on anything bumpy. I thought the double Kingpin trucks would feel weird but they just allow you to really lay into your carves. I weigh 200 lbs.
I'm super impressed so far and can see myself leaving my Raptor at home to ride this. Definitely an amazing value, if the longevity and reliability are there, I will be stoked.
ok.....5 weeks ago I ordered my bamboo at + gt, UPS says it hasn't received any orders yet, any apology, no compensation, $ 1000 less in my account, I guess at least it will come with the new remote control, because it would be very ugly that a couple of days after buying the table, it is already the old version
I'm absolutely loving the board! At first I received it with a damaged motor, but was replaced immediately which impressed me. Upon removing the old motor and the enclosure I noticed there was a crack on the "protective plate" covering the battery packs as well as an exposed wire on the new motor they sent in. The board itself is a 10/10, but just don't understand how the board made it past quality control with the crack. I'm just not too fond of the idea of having a crack on the battery pack of a board I just spent $1k on.
They just apologized for the negligence on their part. Not the response I wanted, but I just put some electric tape around each of the wires and just called it a day. They said the crack wouldn't affect the board at all so I'm just going to have to go with their word and hope I don't get bodied!..
I originally had a rampage, but returned it due to a damaged deck, wobbly back left wheel and error code for one of the motors. This board has cnc machined components as opposed to plastic components. Overall is a much higher quality build and better feel of the board. The cloudwheels make in an overall dream to ride!!! It also had a better turning radius as well as more torque and feels a bit more snappier than the rampage.
Hi. I will wright a review later as I have not received my board yet.
It's my first electric longboard. Once you get your hands on it, you would love this board. Curves better on cloudwheel. Strong torque, long range and great 3 modes speed. Apparently the enclosure for the electronics are well sealed, but I haven't tried riding in the rain or wet surface.
Only down side is that the board is really heavy, so it's gonna be hard to carry around.
It's clear this isn't a board that is for commuter style riding. So it is cumbersome if you try. I want to see accessories that can protect the motors and the bottom of the board from scrapes or other damage as well as a way to make the board stand against the wall when I'm in a public place. It's still a fun ride with both AT and Cloudwheels. It's not easy lugging this around because you have to drag the board on the motorside, otherwise you risk scraping the motors pulling from the front. I hear there has been an upgrade to the remote and brakes that I missed getting on my board by 2 wks. Hopefully there is a way to upgrade?
This is my first electric board and my first off road. I was worried about dropping this much money on something I'd never tried out, but am loving this thing. So far, first gear is plenty fast enough - about 15 mph. At that point, board starts to get a little wobble and freaks me out. I definitely don't want to fall on this thing. But it has been an absolute blast. Goes through grass and gravel without any problem.
Hello sir..im shafiq from malaysia..i already bought this board..such an amazing board..thumbs up..i just have one question..i often use this board to go offroad, and seem like the grip tape become quite dirty..do you happen to sell this griptape only?
Love the board I got the All terrain wheels and they are great for all the small bumps and cracks in and around my neighborhood/city