Alternative products to Turbo Jetts

Turbo Jetts

Turn any sneaker into electric wheelies

Simply start rolling and these electric-powered heel wheels amp up the action with an 80-watt, geared-drive motor to provide a one-of-a-kind boost to any pair of sneakers.

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Boosted Boards (2nd Gen)

2nd generation of the electric skateboard

Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré- Co-Founder PurposeBeyondProduct.com
The second generation of Boosted Board.
The Verge
Boosted has just announced the second generation of its popular (and pricey) electric skateboard. The new version looks almost exactly the same as the original, but it offers swappable batteries (including longer-range options), a better Bluetooth connection with the remote, and a water-resistant build.
Business Insider
One thing is for sure, electric skateboards are cooler and way more fun than those ridiculous hoverboards. I spent some time with the new second generation electric skateboard from one of the biggest names in the business, Boosted Board, and I'm not looking forward to returning it.
The Verge
As the niche category of electric skateboards has taken off, the ones from Boosted have consistently been the best. Sure, there are boards that are smaller, or cheaper, or both. Others offer more range than Boosted's paltry 6-8 miles. But those other boards come with big tradeoffs in size or ease of use.
37 Alternatives to Boosted Boards (2nd Gen)

Stinger

$399 electric skateboard by Genesis

Pete- Community / Social Media Manager
The Genesis Stinger is currently on sale. So you can get a $700 e-board for $450. Just click on previous or next product when you get to the site, because the one with the green wheels is currently sold out. It reaches 20 mph and goes up to 20 miles on a single charge.
7 Alternatives to Stinger

AeYo

Skate, cycle and scoot - all at the same time

Technabob
So this is AeYo, and it's a rollerblade-scooter-bicycle hybrid that offers you an alternative mode of transportation, aside from the usual bike, trike, or scooter. If you look at how it works, then you'll see it's more like a tethered pair of roller skates than anything else.
Newatlas
If there's a way to move your legs, there's probably a cycle or scooter that takes advantage of it. We thought we'd seen them all, but after stumbling upon the Aeyo at this week's ISPO Munich show, we realized there's always another wild, new design out there.
Mail Online
The £370 AeYO rider has been designed by Munich-based group Aemotics The rider combines efficiency of skating with the convenience of cycling AeYO uses two strap-on skates that move legs in similar way to skating Design works core, back and arms, getting over 10 muscle groups involved It may look like a strange mix between skates, cycle and scooter, but this… See more
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