Best 3 Mini Electric Skateboards Under $750

Best mini electric skateboards for a college campus or short commute, that cost $750 or less. Boosted Mini S vs Riptide vs Acton Blink S.

Acton coupon code: TECHWANT to save $20 bucks
Riptide Coupon code: GREG-10 for 10% off

Acton Blink- http://geni.us/blinkS
Riptide R1- http://geni.us/riptideR1
Boosted Mini- http://boostedboards.com
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Comments

enou HK says:

oh…It looks very heart-warming. I have been comparing various electric skateboards recently. I found a penny board with high cost performance. it looks pretty…https://www.ebay.com/itm/392121509249

James oftheOC says:

FYI Eboard riders I just bought the Riptide R1 on Black Friday for $399.00 it came with 2 extra belts and a full set of bearings and a nice skate tool as well,this board kicks ass on turns with that awesome kick tail,best mini Eboard for the low price I got,yes I do own a V2 dual + long board for cruising long distance.

AV8R Sully says:

I’ve had a riptide R1 Elite for about a month now riding it as much as I can and am incredibly impressed with the build quality and performance. For the price (500 with a coupon code) you really cant go wrong with the riptide. That being said I’ve never tried the Boosted.

This is a Random Person says:

There’s also a lot of chinese eboards worth mentioning, but if we had to pick from three of those, boosted is the way to go

EnJoY My InSec says:

well this is exactly the video i wanted tbh, but now i’m sure that i better save my money and get a boosted board to have 0 regrets rather than picking a board that is worst, and won’t last long.
Infact the only downside of the boosted board is the weight sadly. So if you want an electric skateboard, go for boosted, if you want an electric longboard, go for boosted… i guess we don’t have better atm on the market.
I also hesitate a lot by picking the one wheel that looks very interesting but it’s kinda hard to carry it around for college, maybe having a boosted mini X and a one wheel for fun can be a really good experience.
Thanks again, that was a very interesting video.

eliteaviator says:

If you wanna get Walmart quality. Pick up the Blink. Boosted all day long. Quality and engineering.

Man Tik says:

Where the Miles 12.5lbs carbon board???

MC Alvin Nellone says:

What about the ownboard mini

lampree says:

As someone who owned a Blink S and now a Boosted Mini S, the difference is night and day.

Alex Nguyen says:

Does anyone know if I could replace the rear wheels without taking off the motor cap. Bc my hex tool works on the top but but not the bottom nut

thaOFK says:

check out miles dual

Jose Edrosolano says:

Do have Inboard M1?

eBoardStuff says:

We vote boosted boards! Great video thanks for the interesting content.

DS Productions says:

I’m late but the R1 Elite is the same price as mini s I think but is a little bit better so that would have been more fair

SimplyPops says:

So which one is better?

ShredLights says:

Great comparison guys!

GLOBAL EFLOW says:

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mark222b says:

no metroboard?

Andrewski Gordon says:

Boosted all the way

DJ Chipz says:

Great Video, I’m waiting for my mini x to come, looking forward to riding

2dthoughts says:

Go Diy or Boosted

CVGZ says:

Nice review. I would suggest taking a look at the Wowgo Mini as well. It has a good price, range, power, and ESC. I’ve owned one for months now of continuous riding and it has had great reliability as well. It’s a dual hub motor board so it’s quiet and easily pushable.

Ashanti Lawrence says:

Thanks for this review! I was scared I made the wrong choice. Happy I went with the boosted mini x. I love the look of the riptide, in my opinion boosted just looks too fancy. I want something that looks like a traditional board, but I’m happy with the quality.

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