ACTON BLINK Lite | World's Lightest Electric Skateboard | Ride Up To 5 Miles On A Single Charge | 10 MPH Top Speed | Bluetooth Remote Control Included | Track Speed & Distance
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Powerful Battery-Powered Electric Skateboard - Perfect For Kids, Students, and Commuters! Our motorized lightweight skateboards are sturdy, strong and built to last! Not only that, but Acton BLINK boards come fully-equipped with LED light kits that guarantee our riders are visible to traffic and can see small rocks and other obstacles on the road. Safety and reliability are our highest priorities. We've heard from disappointed owners of our competitors' products that the batteries on their boards don't fully charge, and only last for a couple miles of cruising. Our top-of-the-line lithium ion batteries not only charge fully in just 2 hours, but under the right conditions will guarantee up to 5 miles of riding fun on a single charge! Perfect for a trip to the store, getting around town or riding to school in a way that's sure to turn heads! The perfect gift for holidays and birthdays, your kit will arrive with a board, a portable battery charger, and a simple-to-use remote control that can change the board's speed and direction at the press of a button. Weighing only 7.7 pounds, the BLINK Lite is the lightest and most portable on the market...while cruising at speeds up to 10 MPH! The Blink S can carry anyone up to 180 pounds. Download the smartphone app when you get your board, and you'll be able to track your routes, log your miles, and record your adventures! We've designed the Acton BLINK Lite electric skateboard to be an all-in-one-solution for your every cruising need...so if you were waiting for the perfect time to experience the action of Acton, the time is now!
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