Dynacraft Surge Electric Skateboard Review
Ready to join the rest of the world and get going on your very own electric skateboard? The Dynacraft Surge electric skateboard is manufactured in the US by Dynacraft. Dynacraft is the largest privately held distributor of bicycles, scooters and battery-powered ride-on’s in the United States. Dynacraft has specialized in the field of motorized vehicles for over 30 years and has honed their craft with this new skateboard. This Dynacraft Surge electric skateboard review will give you an in-depth look at why this board made our list of the top electric skateboards this year.
What is the Dynacraft surge made out of?
The Dynacraft Surge is made out of a wide maple wood baseboard that offers easier balancing for beginners and features a comfort-grip tape deck for better control. It’s deck is 33″ long, and is perfect for cruising around the neighborhood.The grip tape on the boards helps to make sure your feet don’t loose their grip while you ride.
How fast does the Dynacraft Surge go?
The Dynacraft Surge has different speed settings, but it can get up to 6 miles per hour. This makes it a great choice for children or new skaters who want to start off with practical speeds. As with all electric skateboards, this maximum speed can fluctuate based on the riders weight. The maximum weight limit for the Dynacraft Surge is 145 pounds.
The Dynacraft Surge battery
The Dynacraft Surge electric skateboard is powered by a 24V battery. This electric skateboard’s battery takes 12 hours to charge, and get 5-6 miles on a single charge.
How much does the Dynacraft Surge weigh?
The Dynacraft Surge weighs approximately 20 pounds, considering that this board is primarily aimed at the tween to teenager age range. This may be something you may want to consider in the event that the battery dies and the board needs to be carried home.
The Dynacraft Surge remote
The Surge comes with a trigger style remote that requires one 9 volt battery. The wireless remote control offers 3 speeds that are easily controlled by a trigger. A gentle pull starts the action at the lowest speed. To accelerate, keep holding the trigger and press the gear button for medium speed. A second push gives you a maximum speed of 6 miles per hour. To slow down release the trigger, pulling it again will re-engage the motor at slow speeds.
The Dynacraft warranty
The surge comes with Dynacraft’s one year limited warranty for all electric ride-on toys. This does not include damage caused by normal wear and tear, abuse, neglect, improper assembly,, improper maintenance, alteration, collision, crash or misuse.
The Dynacraft Surge electric skateboard is a decent board. At it’s price point it is a good deal, but it should be considered for ages 8 to 16, or anyone under 145 lbs. If you found this Dynacraft Surge electric skateboard review helpful please share it. If you want to see other electric skateboards that we have compared click here.