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This Electric Skateboard Is The Most Efficient Way To Get Around The City

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This Electric Skateboard Is The Most Efficient Way To Get Around The City

Skateboarding is a lot of fun, but it’s also very tiring. Like most people, you’ve probably dreamed of riding endlessly on a board without needing to keep it going manually. Well now you can with the Electric Bubble Gum Board.

The impressive, low cost board comes in at roughly 12 lbs and can go for 10 miles on a single charge. That’s almost half a marathon!

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    The board is water resistant, which means you can ride over puddles and splash your friends. The problem with skateboards is that they are prone to wear and tear. This is part of the sport and is unavoidable. The company took note of this obstacle and are providing users with the information needed to replace their own parts using a 3D printer.

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      The Electric Bubble Gum Board starts at $550, including all the files needed for the replacement parts. That’s an awesome deal!

      Electric Bubblegum: The tiny low-cost electric skateboard | Kickstarter

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