Inboard M1 Electric Skateboard - Used
MACkite Used Gear Score Card
|Description||Used, with signs of wear. Some scratches and mild cosmetic damage.|
|Tested||Perfect Operating Condition|
Staff Comparisons & Reviews
Rygo - Is the M1 Worth the Long Wait?
There are a lot of electric skateboards you can choose from. So, why would you want to choose the Inboard M1? After all, they are a new startup and not many people have actually had their hands on a board yet -In fact, some early adopters from Kickstarter have been waiting quite a while now. But the promise of better things have kept us holding on. Fortunately, soon Inboard will put the M1 on the streets in droves. The big question here: is it really worth the wait? My vote is a resounding yes. I really believe the the M1 is going to change the electric skateboard market forever. Read more...
Jake M - Inboard's M1 vs. Boosted Electric Skateboard
This past week we were fortunate enough to receive the new Inboard M1 Electric Skateboard to demo. Since its launch on Kickstarter, we’ve been eagerly following the M1. With the motors incorporated within the wheels on the board, the M1 brings something truly unique to the electric skateboard market. Fortunately, we still had a first generation Boosted Single Electric Skateboard at the shop to compare against the M1. How does it stack up? Read on for our first impressions. Read more...
What Inboard has to say about the M1
Specs at a Glance
|Frame Dimensions||37.5"x 10.25" / 95.25cm x 26cm|
|Top Speed||20 mph / 32 kph|
|Range||7 - 10 miles / 11 - 16 km (43/2v / 97 Wh / Lithium-ion)|
|Power||1000 watts continuous, 1600 watts max.|
|Board Weight||14 lbs / 6.4 kg (Max Rider Capacity: 280 lbs / 127 kgs)|
|Deck Material||Lightweigh wood-core composite|
|Deck Flex||Stiff - designed for speed and stability|
|Braking System||Electronic regenerative braking|
|Throttle Control||RFLX Remote or Vision Mobile App|
|Temperature Range||0 - 40 Celsius / 32 - 104 Fahrenheit|