This is a highly portable entry-level electric board. It's a great option for complete beginners as well as school and college students who want an affordable board for commuting.
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Pro It's a fantastic budget option
If you are thinking about getting an electric board but aren't ready to pay thousands of dollars, the Blink Lite V2 is probably the best option for you. For only $250 you get a well-built and fully functional board. Granted, it's not nearly as powerful or fast as the expensive boards, but if you just need something to get you from A to B, this will get the job done.
Pro It's a great option for school and college students
This board will work best for younger people and kids. It's not as powerful as the majority of popular electric boards, but it gets the job done if you need something for a short commute. Being slower also makes it a considerably safer option.
Pro It's very convenient to take along
This is one of the lightest e-boards out there, twice lighter than an average board, so it's not a problem to carry it around in your hands or strapped to your backpack. The small deck size, especially compared with popular electric longboards, such as Boosted, makes transportation even more convenient.
Con It's not suited for off-road rides
This board has a comparatively weak motor and only one standard set of wheels, so it won't be able to conquer steep (more than 8%) inclines or power through patches of grass or sand.
Con It lacks power compared to more expensive boards
If you already feel comfortable on an electric skateboard and if you're heavier than 130 lbs, this board will not be the best option for you. If you save up around $900-1500, you can get a substantially more powerful board with a range, top speed, and hill grade that are suitable for heavier-duty use than just going to school and home.