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About Lou Board
Lou Boards is a range of high-performance and lightweight next-generation electric skateboards. Why the next generation? Batteries are an internal part of the board, not an external underside.In addition, all Lou Boards have silent motors. This gives you amazing speed and performance while keeping mechanical noise to a minimum. You’ll appreciate nature and your city more when you’re hurtling through the streets or hills. In addition, the floor slab also moves in a simple and lightweight design. This makes them very manoeuverable. If you want to know how they compare to their competitors, check out our ZBoard review, Acton Blink Review review articles.
Lou Board Features and Accessories
Lou Board’s Kickstarter campaign exceeded their goal. This shows how much the public loves their boards. Here are the main features and accessories you should know when weighing in investing into a Lou board:
Lou Boards are very light. This makes them easy to operate, and you don’t have to worry about portability. In addition, materials play an important role in making Lou Boards lightweight. Lou Boards 1.0 USES polyurethane and 2.0 and 3.0 USES carbon fiber.
Its simple design makes Lou Board one of the best design boards you can find. This only eliminates the risk of damage to these components and protects the internal components from dust and water. That’s why all the Lou Boards are waterproof and fit in any weather.
Lou Boards also offer some freedom for you to customize – you can change the deck plate! Here are some accessories to keep in mind when purchasing a Lou product.
Frequently Asked Questions about Lou Board
|How much does a Lou Board cost?|
|You can get a Lou board starting at $449 for the Lou Board 1.0. You can upgrade to a carbon fiber body of the Lou Board 2.0 for another $100 on top of the Lou board 1.0. The most expensive out of the range is Lou Board 3.0 which is available for $999.|
|What are the dimensions of a Lou Board?|
|All the three versions of Lou boards measure the same: 66 by 26 by 13cm.|
|What is the Weight of a Lou Board?|
|The Lou boards are one of the most lightweight high-performance boards you can find in the market. Here are the weights of each Lou Board:
|How long does a Lou Board’s battery last?|
|Apart from the first two versions of the Lou Boards, you can expect a decent range to last for your daily commute.
|How fast does a Lou Board can go?|
|Lou Boards are lightweight and come with either single 1500W motors or double 1500 motors like in the Lou Board 3.0.|
|How to control the speed of Lou Board?|
|You can use the wireless remote that comes along with your Lou board to tune its speed as per your needs.|
|Is Lou Board waterproof?|
|Yes, all Lou boards are IP54 water-resistant. This is because of the hidden electrical sensitive components. However, like with any other moving vehicle, its motor and movable 83mm wheels are not 100% waterproof. As a result, they may deteriorate or rust over repeated exposure to water.|
|What is the difference between Lou Board 1, 2 and 3?|
|There are no major differences between Lou Board 1.0 and 2.0. The Lou board 2.0 is only a board material upgrade keeping the circuitry and other features exactly the same. So, while Lou board 1.0 is a polyurethane-based electric skateboard, the Lou Board 2.0 has carbon fiber. The Lou Board 3.0, on the other hand, is a carbon fiber board that also comes with dual 1500W motors, and a better battery too.|
|Does Lou have a weight limit?|
|Lou board 1.0 consists of polyurethane so it is not as durable and tough as the carbon fiber on the Lou board 2.0 and 3.0. However, here are the weight limits as per official quality tests for each board:
|Can Lou Board be still used when the battery runs out?|
|Yes, you can use the Lou board like a normal manual skateboard in case it runs out of battery. You need to recharge the battery before you can use the wireless remote and other functions, though.|
|What is the warranty policy for Lou skateboards?|
|As durable as Lou boards are, Lou board’s electrical components are under warranty for up to one year. The board is also covered against any manufacturing or quality defects for up to 2 years.|