Got Your Halo Yet?
While motorized boards have been all the rage for a couple of years, this new design by Halo Boards is game changer.
Whether on campus or running errands, I am noticing more people using motorized boards. I have to say they look like a blast! What a convenient way to get around between classes.
My crew can’t wait to get their hands on this new board by Halo Board. Dibs were called as soon as I mentioned that we would be working with the brand in promoting their new board!
This powered skate board tops out with speeds up to 22 miles per hour and it has a range of around 12 miles on a single charge. Just these two factors make this one of the fastest and longest lasting motorized boards on the market.
The motor is a 3000 watt dual-motor. The deck length is 36 inches with a wheelbase of 27 inches. Made from carbon fiber, it is light and super strong.
This bad boy will support adults up to 286 pounds (move over crew – Mom is taking the first ride!) with 83 MM wheels on 9.25 aluminum trucks. (According to my guys, this means the wheels are heavy duty for strength and the trucks (part that wheel mount on) is light weight but strong.
Since the board only weighs 14 pounds, it isn’t going to be difficult to take along for the day. This is already one of the most popular motorized skate boards and it doesn’t even come out until July! There is no doubt this Halo Board will be on the top of most wish lists this year.
Charging takes about three hours. The board is controlled by a bluetooth remote that thankfully comes with a wrist strap (highly recommend making it a requirement to be worn around the wrist for your crew). The controls are easily managed with one hand using the joy stick type remote.
As stated above, this is a sponsored post. The Halo Board compensated me with some form of payment, product, or service. My thoughts and opinions on the board are mine (with my crew weighing in with their hopes that several more of these will be at our doorstep soon!).
According to the packaging, this Halo Board is recommend for ages ten (10) years of age and up. As a mom, I would also recommend protective gear until you or your crew master handling the unit. Helmets are always a good idea, especially for your little ones.