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i love the design and the board but it’s not beginners friendly the low mode is to fast
Great board, goes fast
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They skateboard is great, it handles up hill vary well and is exceptionally fast, I bough the AT wheels for it as well but sadly after a month of consistent use the wheels started to wear and start to grind down, I thought for $150 they would be more durable wheels but still and amazing skateboard
Love this board great price grat performance.
The board is awesome and does everything it states in the description. I am however having to buy new remotes for the board because they don’t last. Not nearly the build quality I would like. Luckily they aren’t too expensive.
Outstanding products & customer service @ reasonable prices. Second Tornado II over 4 years old with 500+ miles. Now used to pull dog wagon with pups who dig the ride along. Brakes getting weak but asked at lot from them. Breeze II by far best ride on the market, 410 very hard miles, curb drops, shitty sidewalks and ATL hills. Finally had to get a new battery. Li-Ion batteries can only take ~2000 charges so try to drain down to 10% before recharging. Counted 2230 charges before major drop off so seems to work
Nice Board and fun to ride.
I have had it for a month now.. easily put in more then a hundred miles. I Live in portland as use it to commute to and from work. Havent had a single issue as of yet.
Love this board!!! This will be my 2nd summer with the board and still runs like the day i got it (100+ miles). I'm 300+ lbs and it will pull me around for 7 miles of general (med power) riding on one charge. Med power 16mph is plenty fast. High+ is great for climbing a decent grade and will hit 20+mph ridding flat pavement. The board is super easy to take apart and replace a part with a few simple tools. This My second (just deck) being im mushed into a curb full speed (not riding) and snapped the tail. My two recommendations (preference) remove the truck spacers and swap out front bearings (bones reds). Pull the trigger buy one now lol!!!
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Prompt response to my queries R.E. UL2272 certification & international shipping, is the reason i decided to place an order for a Breeze II board from halfway across the globe. Love the look & feel of the board and have been riding it nearly every day ❤️ Love the integrated brake lights and roll-to-start. The AT wheels "upgrade" is a must-have for e-skate beginners as it'll save the new rider from being sent flying off their board if their stock urethane wheels catch on road debris or cracks at speed. You'll barely feel the bad road and small road debris underneath as you roll confidently over them with your ultra comfy AT wheels. Doggie approves!
Well guys and gals I have really enjoyed the Skatebolt. Although all the rants about getting 12+miles range I believe is stretching it at least with my experience unless, it’s down hill then it will go all day. Had a pretty good spill on Mt. Greylock Massachusetts if ya care to watch like and subscribe https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtSW7hKPygrZqTl6OUG2ps_IYAA4TnViC Just Upgraded to the AT wheels which would have probably rode over the bumpstrip. The AT wheels are a no brainer if ya live in New England or have roads as crappy!
Both Skatebolt boards are legit! The board i personally have is the Breeze 2, it is the BEST! I’ve researched and tried out a lot of the electric boards out there, and this one is hands down the best all around board. The speed gets up to 30mph and the range is ridiculous, I get 12-16 miles per full battery charge, depending on how fast I’d go. The trucks are extra wide and the wheels are wider and larger then normal which allows much more control and comfort. I’ve put over 450 miles on my board and loved every second!! I will always have one.
The board is solid. A great starter as it goes most everywhere and is very reliable.
Holy shit balls! Love this thing!!! I won’t go above 20mph. Smooth ride and takes bumps and rocks like a champ. Had to tighten the trucks but perfect for exploring Miami
This board is the best I've ever had ,;i love it.
Very good baord! Nice and smooth to ride, crusing with it begin a real pleasure. Hopefully if we can get a set of off-road wheels gonna be perfect
After having my Breeze II for almost a month now, it already has 46 miles on it. The RIde is as smooth as you can get using the large trucks and huge wheels it doesn’t get any better. I love my new RIde... Louie H. NYC
Ordered the SkateBolt skateboard and was skeptical about how long it would take to deliver and what the quality would be. The board arrived literally 2 days after purchase and took 5 seconds to plug in board and remote and after a couple hours both were fully charged and have gone out riding almost everyday since getting it about 3 weeks ago. The only issue is that the board has so much power you have to be careful and get used to it....if that is even an issue. Very pleased with the purchase and the level of service received. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking to purchase a great skateboard.
The Skatebolt Breeze 2 is amazing its everything I expected I have 28 miles on mine since I bought it sometimes I go too fast I love having brakes I don't like to crash cause I can't stop
I purchased the Skatebolt Breeze II back in June and although I had to send it back for repairs after only 1 month (it was my fault for riding over a pothole) the staff were very professional in assisting me with the shipping information to send it back for repair. The ride itself is very, very smooth for a top speed of 28 mph "although at only 173 lbs. I got it to atleast 30 mph on even roads". and the extra parts included are great too. I highly recommend this board for beginners as well as avid riders, they will love everything about it and then some. *Louiie, NYC*
Holds a great battery capable of taking you further than you'd expect. Pairs excellently with the remote. The four settings for breaking and accelerating are great as well.
Got my board from a electric boarding company, which had terrible customer service. Contacted these guys straight away and my board was being fixed within a few days of shipping it to skatebolt. Highly recommended and love the customer support. Have a broken arm and shoulder and had to carry it 3miles because the batter just died and wouldn't turn back on. Skatebolt contacted the 3rd party and had it resolved instantly and they were not happy with the customer support experience i had. These guys and gals are great at what they do!
Awesome board! Put about 60 miles on it so far. Averaging 15mph and able to go 15-16 miles per charge (lots of inclines) on my routes. The only thing I need now is some off road tires for it.
I have had the breeze 2 for 2 days now and I have to say it's worth every penny all the spec it has are true this thing can climb hills totally water proof first day I took it out it was raining I wiped it all down and is good as new its powerful fast and fun I do only weigh 150 pounds so I dont put alot of strain on the board sence it can withstand a load of 280 pounds. Over all I have no complaints about this board 10 out of 10 would recommend this to all my skater/ longboarding friends
I am a returning longboarder in my early 40's and wanted a good durable board for my 16 stone 6ft 4" frame that had enough power to get me around town without struggling on hills. I haven't been disappointed by this board so far and it's smooth acceleration and brakes together with several settings to adjust them have made getting back into longboarding a doddle. It carves beautifully and is well worth the price tag. I hope this company keeps making boards.
I love my new Skatebolt, it's really fun to ride. I can't wait to go out to the beach wit it.
The Breeze 2 is overall the best electric skateboard I've owned by far, especially for the price!. It exceeded all expectations! I'll go over some specifics of the board. My Board: I've put above 120 miles on my board without any apparent problems, except my rear red lights going out which I will cover later. I've put this board through just about everything. After riding in uneven terrain (loose gravel, dirt, and grass) and riding through water, it has not failed me in any category. I have yet to change out anything on the board. I know you can change out the wheels, but I like having the bigger ones on the get me over rocks and such. Quality: Overall an extremely stable and well-built board. Feels really solid under your feet at all speeds. I like to carry the provided T tool with me when I ride to change the tightness or looseness of the trucks. Tighter bushings for a stable and faster ride, or looser for a slower ride to carve in the street. The remote is also very well built, and sits in your hand comfortably. One of my favorite parts of the board is the almost silent motors. My other boards are belt driven which creates lots of noise. The 4 Modes: Of the 4 speed modes L, M, H, H+, medium is my personal favorite. It has a smooth acceleration curve and a good top speed. Low is a good speed to learn on. High is a little too fast for me to feel comfortable around walkers and cars, but it is nice on the open road. High + is insane. Its acceleration is fast enough to get the two back wheels spinning, which I think is awesome. Of the 4 brake modes, I use B3. It is the smoothest and most reliable. Specifications: The most I have ridden on the board is a little over 14 miles, which is exactly as advertised, and still made it home with a little bit of battery. Also take into consideration that I weigh 140 pounds. The top speed I have gotten is around 30 mph, which is above advertised, on a slight downhill. I recommend that you tighten the bushings before attempting this. For incline, I live in a very hilly area, and the board hasn't failed me
The package arrived a bit beat up a hole through it, but didn't appear to have damaged anything. Aside from that my husband loves his new toy! Breaking takes some getting used to, but so far it's amazing! It also came with a lot of extra tools in the box extra wheels, bearings, a T tool and a hex wrench.
Amazing board jus got mine today love it
This board has been amazing. I've been using it to commute to work and back, morning lunch and after work(1.6miles one trip). Hasn't failed me yet. Great for beginners because you can turn all settings to low and when you get used to it you can crank up the settings. I've already hit 31mph on the board so if anything. They undersell the board as far as speed goes. The flex makes for a smooth ride on rough roads. I haven't gotten close to 15miles of range but that's understandable with the way I drive (and I'm 175lbs) if I had it in medium or high I could probably get 10-12 miles out of it. I typically get 8-9 miles out of one charge but we have pretty rough roads. Still a great board for the price. I personally have a full face helmet and a motorcycle jacket because a crash at 30mph isn't comfortable.
After owning/riding two Tornado boards pretty hard for over two years. I started looking for another primary ride. After reading reviews from multiple sources, I bought a Boosted Stealth and was stunned, thinking it would be 2X the quality for almost 3X the $$. Sent it back after a week. Then tried the Evolve Carbon Board and sent it back after a day, like riding a slab of granite with wheels. Tried my buddy��s Koolwheels as well. So, spending all my time, money and effort, nothing could match the ride quality, speed, battery life and slope grades as my Skatebolts. Honestly, I am at a loss to understand why anyone would pay $1300+ for a overall inferior product. After sharing my story with Aluette they offered a discount on the Breeze II, holy s*** what great company, not to mention the improvements- very stable, great balance, faster and now replaceable batteries & wheels. Hands down the best value if not the best board on the market today. I live in ATL and steep hills are unavoidable and my B II is superior than all others, even the Tornado. Only quirk is a lot of torque when first start moving but just be careful takes some time to adjust.
Overall decent board but careful on acceleration!
First the bad.... It broke. After 15 miles or so the battery stopped taking a charge and it had to be returned. However, the Skatebolt customer service (via email) was very responsive. I got an answer to my first email the same day I sent it, which was a Sunday afternoon. It was determined there was a bad battery (I understand, things happen), and they had a package label, pre-paid by them, to me by Tuesday. Repairs went quickly, and at the time of this writing the skateboard is back on it's way to me and should only have been out of my possession for a little under two weeks. More bad.... but only sort-of... Fast. This is fast. This is, "old dude pisses is pants fast". There are four speed levels, and halfway through the 2nd level is fast enough for me. Truthfully, I leave it on 1 a lot of the time. If you just want to cruise around in a leisurely way, or if you are getting letters from the AARP like I am, maybe something with less speed would be fine. If you want to go fast? OK, Breeze 2 is your board. It has four levels of brakes, but the first 3 seem a bit useless. Level four has decent, if not tremendous stopping power, the fourth level is fine. Now the good. Fast. This is fast. This is, "old dude pisses is pants fast". I know I said that in the bad section too, but if you like fast, here you go. My neighborhood has dirt alleys, and this means a lot of mud and small gravel tracked out onto the surface roads where I skate. The 100mm wheels make this less treacherous, managing the mediocre road conditions well. It is a smooth ride and you will certainly get looks if you're toodling around a middle class tract neighborhood like I do. I've enjoyed the use I've gotten out of it, it makes me feel young again, and has given me something to do during this COVID19 lock down.
I've had the breeze ii since it's indiegogo launch, a few months ago. It's seriously the best E-skateboard out there. I've got 110 miles on it, and only now one of the motors has gone out (most likely due to my consistent riding in the rain). I emailed skateboard, and they gave me the option to ship it back for free, or send out a motor. The first time I had sent it back, it took about 3 weeks to get it back (shipping from NYC to LA, transport is 6 days alone). The board was fully functional. They have AMAZING customer service. The board itself with it's powerful hub motors is also pretty insane. I go faster than the New York speed limit, and there's so much control. I hardly get speed wobbles going at top speed when I tighten up my trucks. They send you a whole hex key set and replaceable sleeves, wheels, bearings, skate tool. It's a very flexible board, like a trampoline, it's fun to bounce on when you're stopping to let your adrenaline run a little bit. Me and my friend who rides boosted were board swapping for a little bit, and I can personally tell you that the skatebolt ride by far beats boosted. The only thing boosted wins out on is the braking. Skatebolts hub motors are very quiet. As long as you are aware and anticipate when to break, and drive defensively, you should be fine. I've gone from the south end of Manhattan all the way to the north edge of Central Park, and most of the way back on one charge. This board is super fun to carve on. I can't recommend it enough. Definitely read the tips in the manual about preserving battery life though. I can tell mine has lost a little bit of capacity over these months from me running it dry then charging to full. The only downside I found in this board, other than the motors having issues after daily use for 5 months, is that when it runs out of battery you expect to be able to push and charge it back up on the braking, but the motors actually create resistance when the battery is dead. If your battery is blinking, stop accelerating and start pushing so that you can keep the braking function and have less friction. Last thing, A L W A Y S wear a helmet. Your brittle meat slab can't handle the shredding concrete impact of a fall at car speeds, and you don't want to ruin the rest of your life for a moment of fun. I've had one bad fall on this at top speed, and my helmet saved my life and I came out mostly unscathed.
This is the best board I ever bought. Really nice and well built. The board is so comfortable during riding. The deck is really flexible and stable. 28 MPH top speed and able to climb 25% grade hill. Lots of fun on the board.
I owned the Tornado board for 1 year.The way it performs is really well. I gifted it to my nephew because he likes my board so much and wants to ride it to school. The high speed of Breeze 2 is incredible. I can reach 29 mph on the sidewalk.CRAZY!! The deck is more flexible than the tornado board and bringing me a new experience riding. The design really impressed me a lot when I first opened it. It comes with replaceable 90mm motor sleeves and the daily maintenance tool which is helpful. All in all, the skateboard is well-built and the performance is great. I like it so much.
Edward James Hall IV
The versatility is outstanding, the board is better than advertised. I feel like anyone can pick up the board.
What sold me on this board was the removable/swappable battery pack, replaceable wheels, waterproof, flexibility, can go up 30% hill grade, charges your battery while going downhill, they have parts to fix whatever may break and the overall look of the board. Honestly this is a really sweet board, just wish we didn't have a foot of snow so we could ride it more often. Skatebolt has amazing customer service and has answered all my questions timely and even followed up with me after receiving my board. Super impressed with the company and quality of the board!
My son loves this skateboard so much. The design is really cool. It runs great with super fast speed and great long range. No issues to report. Everything is as advertised. Happy with my purchase.
I've had the board for almost 2 weeks now. I've rode it every day! I'm hoping this board will show to be reliable over a longer period of time because the performance is great! I usually ride on medium with brakes on setting 2. Yes, medium goes decently fast! Big difference between low and medium settings. Highest speed goes dangerously fast!