MaxFind Max4 PRO Make Commuting Easy and Fun

MaxFind Max4 PRO Make Commuting Easy and Fun

October 09, 2020 2 Comments

While doing my Max4 PRO electric skateboard review, I found some things that Maxfind claim which turned out not to be true.

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Best All-Terrain and Off-Road Electric Skateboards in 2020

Best All-Terrain and Off-Road Electric Skateboards in 2020

September 14, 2020 4 Comments

Electric skateboards are so much fun but sometimes it can be annoying that we are limited to sleek roads and pavement for our rides. Wit normal electric skateboards we are not allowed on the main roads. However, e-board companies are slowly also producing all-terrain electric skateboard models. I’ve conducted a lot of research and compiled a list of the most interesting and compelling off-road electric skateboards. If you have a look on other websites they often have outdated models on their list. In this article, I will take a look at all the latest and most trustworthy all-terrain electric skateboards on the market. I don’t want to keep you in suspense, so let’s get right to the juicy stuff.

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How to Choose a Right Electric Skateboard with Your Requirement?

How to Choose a Right Electric Skateboard with Your Requirement?

August 26, 2020 4 Comments

Simply put, humanity is living in the golden age of rideable technology, and we love it. In fact, there are almost too many rideable to keep track of, and the gear seems to get crazier and more advanced with each passing month. So, to help you navigate the increasingly crowded marketplace, weve put together this list of the best electric skateboards you can buy right now.

We got our hands on some of the mightiest e-boards in the industry, looking at criteria like durability, battery life, ease of use, and price.

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Maxfind Max2 PRO Dual Review- A good looking board for campus use?(HQ Review)

Maxfind Max2 PRO Dual Review- A good looking board for campus use?(HQ Review)

July 30, 2020 2 Comments

To catch up to the rest of the market, Maxfind has released 5 new electric skateboards in relatively short order. We’ve looked at the Maxfind Max4 PRO, and today, we are looking to review the Maxfind Max2 PRO Dual – a $569 shortboard.

You never get to make a first impression twice, and the Max2 PRO gets its first impression right.You can see right away how Maxfind puts a lot of effort into making sure the board looks good and feels premium at the same time.

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Best Electric Skateboard Conversion Kits (in 2020)

Best Electric Skateboard Conversion Kits (in 2020)

July 27, 2020

This Do-It-Yourself kit is the cheapest among the Kits. Additionally the dual 750 hub motors, a speed maximum of 26 miles per hour, and a 158 Wh battery capable of delivering the device to a range of 15 miles, the performance is well worth the cost. It weighs in at 14 pounds, but this can vary based on the specifics of the deck. It also may be worth mentioning that this kit comes with an extended warranty of nine months, which is higher than some other kits and boards can offer. Commuters and long-range travelers might be interested in the additional battery packs, which can be pretty easily swapped out on-the-go to extend the range of your built device.

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Skateboards vs Longboards - Which is Right for You

Skateboards vs Longboards - Which is Right for You

June 30, 2020

Maxfind FF PlUS

MaxFind’s FF Plus device is another high-performing electric skateboard. It rides the line between being a longboard and a skateboard with a length of just under three feet. This board offers stronger motors than the Max4 Pro, with dual 1200 hub motors providing exceptional torque. This increased power ups the hill climbing potential of the MaxFind FF Plus to 35%. Its top speed of 24 miles per hour is solid, and the highest strength battery option allows riders to go for up to 33 miles without a charge of the battery. This device comes standard with large 165 mm wheels, giving it great off-road and high-speed concrete capabilities. 

Both the Max4 Pro and the FF Plus come equipped with four distinct riding modes, which makes them ideal for riders who are still learning or looking to improve their skills gradually.

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