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Hi Emilio, I do not have any personal experience with them. I like however that they sell through local dealers, i.e. minimum legal warranty rules apply and you might get some degree of local service. On the other hand its just another Chinese board company and the price seems to be rather high compared to its specs (e.g. 120 Wh battery). Here is a link on reddit on their customer service: Link
Bajaboards look awesome indeed, however I am currently not doing all-terrain boards.
“If possible it would be helpful to also have a column to separate which boards have a built-in or in deck battery vs external battery.” Hi Dave, thanks for reaching out. I had such a column in the beginning and decided to not list it anymore because I found it too hard to determine, whether or not a battery is easily swappable or not. Furthermore it depends a lot on the definition. Take e.g. a board that has 4 screws to fix the battery, rest is plug & play. To some extent all boards have “external batteries”.
Hi Min, Sure, the airless wheels are an interesting concept. I´ll add your boards in due course.
Thanks Jim, just corrected the M1. Agree on the battery swap. Will check if I can add this. However, in the meantime if you own a M1 would be great if you could post a review and e.g. highlight the battery swap.
Yes, I have this as a seperate category in my list. However the only company currently offering this Jed Boards and I have actually not tested a board with direct drive, so cannot say much about it.
Yes, I know Ownboard. I´ll add them as soon as I get pictures from their boards..
Hi Victor, no, thats in the pipeline 🙂
yep, agree, comparison table is quite nice
Thanks Fidel, I have changed Walnutt to Chinese. BR, G
Thanks Patrick, I´ll add Magneto Boards in due course. Onewheel (although great product) is technically not an e-skateboard, thus cant be listed.
Have added the Spectra series. However, I couldn´t find any data on the batteries, so have contacted Walnut directly, let’s see what they have for us. Edit: Just got a response, they´ll offer three battery types with the following capacities:– Mini: 44.4Wh– Advanced/Pro: 88.8Wh– Silver: 148 Wh
Thanks for your comment. Spectra looks like a decent board, although obviously hard to understand how it works. However, will add the board to the list, thanks for highlighting.
Hi Ian, I did add the X1 and X2. Re the X3 I can´t really find all the specs I need and the board seems to be not available yet. Will post an update once I have the data available.