Unlimited x Loaded Electric Skateboards

Of all the modes of urban transportation we have to pick from in today’s day and age, it is the electric skateboard that most resonates with our sensibilities here at Coolector HQ and that’s why when we come across products like these Unlimited x Loaded Electric Skateboards, we find it hard not to sit up and take notice. One of the most visually impressive and top performing electric decks on the market, these will be the perfect entry point to the world of electric skateboards if you’re looking to get on that bandwagon this summer.

The Unlimited x Loaded Electric Skateboards come in three different varieties – namely, the Solo, Cruiser and Race varieties – and with prices starting at just $769 for the Solo, it’s clear to see that these boards represent excellent value for money. Experts in the field of electric skate technology and skateboards respectively, Unlimited and Loaded are the perfect combination of brands to deliver the best of the best. They partnered together to bring you premier electric skateboard conversion kits and complete electric skateboards. As they say, Teamwork Makes the Dream Work.

Electrifying Design & Performance

Unlimited and Loaded are dedicated to growing the action sports market as a whole and these brilliant Unlimited x Loaded Electric Skateboards are the foundation for achieving exactly that. They’re not interested in fighting for market share but rather to bring innovative and important new products to the table to expand the scope of what an e-skate and electric vehicles in general can be and we think that’s a pretty admirable objective here at Coolector HQ. Through these products they intend to help build and strengthen the global e-skate community and influence urban planning for the future of micro-mobility.

The quality of the Unlimited x Loaded Electric Skateboards are second to none regardless of whether you go for the entry level model of the Solo or the performance orientated Race version. With top speeds ranging from 23-27MPH depending on which board you opt for, it’s plain to see these Unlimited x Loaded Electric Skateboards are no slouches in the performance department and they are ideally suited for tackling all sorts of urban terrains. Their range varies from 7 to 13 miles which will be more than enough for all your urban exploration needs.

Designed to let you go electric your way, these fantastic boards from Unlimited and Loaded have left us mighty impressed here at Coolector HQ. They offer three selectable ride modes (Snail, Eco, Pro) for beginner to advanced riders and even a user-tunable mobile app to dial in the acceleration, braking, and max speed to your exact preferences. The remote also features Cruise Control and Nitro for when you really want to burn up the asphalt. The boards have a high torque which is perfect for tackling steep hills and regenerative braking for when you need to stop in a hurry. The calibre of materials used in the creation of these top notch boards really are unparalleled.

On A Mission

Unlimited and Loaded Boards have decided to join forces to bring us all the very best in premier electric skateboard conversion kits and complete e-boards and if you’re in the market for the ultimate in urban transportation, it’s difficult to look beyond these boards. Unlimited’s cutting-edge battery and motor technology have now been paired with top-grade components from Loaded, Orangatang Wheels, and Paris Trucks to deliver the very best in performance.

With a collective mission is to grow a vibrant global e-skate community, Unlimited and Loaded have a long road ahead of them but they are undoubtedly on the right path if these awesome looking electric boards are anything to go by. Using the very best components and the best brains in the world of skateboarding and electric tech, they have come up with products that are in a league of their own. Prices range from $769 (Solo) to $1349 (Race) so you can start off under $1k which is exceptional value for money in the highly competitive market of electric skateboards.

Leo Davie
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