Every day, people are using public transport to get to work. It does a great job of getting cars off the road and makes it easy for people to get around. Yet, there is one problem. Public transport doesn’t pick you up out the front of your house or deliver you to the door of your office. This is what electric skateboard companies, like Maxfind, are trying to solve.
They’re calling it the First/Last Mile Solution. It’s all about helping people get to their destination the fastest way possible and at the lowest cost. In Australia, 50 percent of people are more likely to walk if their nearest train station is within a 15-minute walk. The thing about Australian towns is that you rarely live this close to a train station.
This is why electric skateboards like the Maxfind boards come in handy! Imagine yourself leaving the house in the morning for work. You step onto your electric skateboard and ride effortlessly through traffic. The crisp breeze is pressing against your face. You arrive at the station and jump on the train. Once you arrive at your desired stop, you get off the train and back onto your board. You whiz past all the passengers who have to walk from the station to the office like suckers. You get to the office a little earlier than usual. You finally have the time to grab a coffee or organise your inbox all while impressing your boss in the process.
Riding an electric skateboard isn’t only a ton of fun. It’s also practical. Let’s take a look at the best reasons why. First of all, you get out of the traffic. There’s no need to waste your precious time behind a steering wheel as you crawl along the highway. Riding an eboard allows you to enjoy the open air and experience the world in a completely new fashion.
Because you’re getting out of your gas-guzzling car and onto an electric-powered vehicle, you’re going to help save the environment. One mile at a time. But global warming is a hotly debated topic, so let’s focus on something that’s going to directly benefit you. It will save you money. It’s estimated that it costs US$0.51 per mile to run your car in America. If your closest train station is only two miles away, you’re likely going to be driving there. That totals four miles of driving per day which adds up to be a cost of $2.04 a day.
Now, let’s say you buy the Maxfind electric skateboard and ride it as your first and last mile solution. That’s an initial investment of $569. If you were to ride to the station every day, you would recoup that investment within 278.9 days. For every day you ride your electric skateboard after that, you’re saving $2.04. That’s an extra $752.96 per year you get to keep in your pocket.
The Maxfind has a range of 40 miles. If your work is within than distance, you could completely transform your commute into an exhilarating adventure. You can ride up to speeds of 25mph so it’s not exactly a toy we’re dealing with here. And if you live in a hilly area, no problem. The board has the ability to climb hills with a grade of 25%. And the battery will recharge with its regenerative braking on the way back down.
There are lots of great Maxfind reviews that you can read to learn more about this awesome electric skateboard. Or if you’re ready to start taking advantage of your first and last mile solution, go check out the Maxfind boards now.
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.
Maxfind, a Chinese brand that has been around since the beginning of time. A brand that delivers budget boards in nice packages for casual eskaters, but has always been ignored by eskate enthusiasts, as their price vs value proposition was not as high as the other Chinese brands. If you have read my previous takes on Chinese brand, you might have sensed that I hated the brand, that’s because their product and marketing strategies made me feel that they are just preying on the less informed buyers.
Well, that idea of mine has been shaken up with the new lineups that Maxfind introduced awhile ago, and today, we are going to talk about the Maxfind Max 4 Pro.
Today we take a look at the Maxfind Max2 Pro electric skateboard hands-on to see how good it is.
Electric skateboards can be very expensive. Some even crack the $1000+ mark. Many riders think they need to spend this much for a quality board, but the Maxfind Max2 Pro shows that isn’t the case. For a very reasonable price, it offers power, range, and great construction.
You can choose between two styles - a single motor edition or dual-motor edition. Let’s take a closer look at the features of both, so you can decide which one works best for you.
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