If you are in the market for a new electric skateboard then the Marbel might be worth more investigation as it is marketed as the world’s lightest electric skateboard to date.
The Marbel electric skateboard has been designed by a company of the same name based in Tampa Florida and is capable of propelling riders up to 20 mph with a range of over 10 miles.
Weighing just 9.9 lbs the electric skateboard comes with its own mobile phone companion application enabling users to control and customise their skateboard settings on-the-fly to meet their exact requirements. The creators of the Marbel electric skateboard explain a little more.
“Whether it is commuting to work, getting to the subway or bus stop, running errands, or trying to just get across a college campus, short trips and urban travel have always been frustrating. In a car we deal with traffic, parking, and of course rising fuel costs. On a bicycle, we work up a sweat and then have to find a safe place to lock up.
We felt there had to be a better way to handle these short trips. Our goal at Marbel was to build the lightest electric vehicle in the world but also create an amazing user experience. We have spent the last 2 years dedicated to engineering and designing our Marbel Electric Skateboard… the lightest electric skateboard in the world. With an amazing team, modern technologies, and support from our community we built the Marbel Board to be simple to use, efficient, and exhilarating to ride.”
The Marbel electric skateboard project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production.
So if you think Marbel electric skateboard is something you could benefit from on your daily commute, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Marbel electric skateboard become a reality.
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