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StarkBoard

StarkBoard is a new offering in the sizzling market niche of electric skateboards. However, unlike most electric skateboards, the StarkBoard doesn’t need a remote control or trigger to work! By incorporating a high sensibility gyroscope along with weight and motion sensors, you may use it just like a regular board, by titling your body in the direction you want it to move. It also automatically stops when you get off. The learning process is simple and quite intuitive, you’ll be able to master it after a few minutes of practice. Its top speed and range are no joke either: you get around 12 miles of range and a top speed of 20mph should you be bold enough to reach it. Its large wheels ensure you may go on some rougher terrain and the handles on each side of the board make sure it’s easy to carry. This will surely add some fun and cut down on your commute time. watch the video below 

You can pre-order now and save 40% ($400), for a special price of $599 $999




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