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Max speed: 18 mph
Range: 7 miles
Power: 1800 Watt
Charge time: 3.5 hours
Weight: 13 lbs
Deck length: 31 inch
Wheel size: 83 mm
Warranty: 6 months



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Massive Power in a Compact Package
Designed in San Diego by lifelong skateboarders and surfers, Riptide was built on the belief that an electric skateboard can be super powerful and incredibly convenient while retaining all the features that make an unpowered board great.

Grab and Go
With its compact length (31″), and lightweight the Riptide is easier to take with you than longer electric boards. Bring it everywhere and within seconds you can stash it under a train seat or in the trunk of an Uber.
With its built-in handles, you can literally pick up the Riptide with one finger.

Even on an Airplane
The Riptide’s 97 wh battery is precisely engineered to fit within TSA guidelines, so you can carry the board on and take it on all your adventures.

A Serious Drive Train
With a 1800W dual belt drive, the Riptide can keep up with some of the fastest boards on the market. Don’t let the board’s small size fool you, it has major power.

Climb Up Hills
The Riptide’s drive train has the power to fly up steep hills. The board also includes regenerative braking allowing you to descend safely – even when on a full charge.

Refined Control
Simply roll your thumb forward to go and backward to regeneratively brake. The Riptide Remote comes with 3 modes:
1) Beginner – Reduced acceleration and top speed. Perfect for learning.
2) Eco – Reduced acceleration / Maximum top speed. Best for maximizing range.
3) Expert – Maximum acceleration / Maximum top speed. Let that dual belt drive rip.

Optional Fast Charger

Brand's country: USA
Motor type: belt
Deck size: L: 31 inch
Deck material: Wood
Max load: 250 lbs
Airplane approved: Yes
Regenerative breaks: Yes
Splash resistant: Yes
Wireless remote control: Yes
Riding modes: 3
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