KingKong Pro

Carbon fiber dual motor electric skateboard

KingKong Pro is a carbon fiber electric skateboard: 22 mph, 12.5 miles, 25% incline, waterproof. Single motor is $299, Dual motor is $399.

Reviews

  • Nicolas Zart
    Nicolas ZartMedia & Content Production
    Pros: 

    Fun, great trucks and wheel combo, wild accelerations

    Cons: 

    Not carbon, but who cares!

    I've had the board for six months and the only problem I just have is the remote isn't charging anymore. I need to reach out to them and see how to fix this.

    Nicolas Zart has used this product for one year.
  • Kristofer™
    Kristofer™#7 Product Hunter. E-Skateboard fanatic
    Pros: 

    Great specs and price: 22 mph, 12.5 miles, waterproof. $299 single motor, $399 Dual.

    Cons: 

    Non so far

    Looking forward to testing one out!

    Kristofer™ has never used this product.

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Kristofer™Hunter@kristofertm · #7 Product Hunter. E-Skateboard fanatic
This board looks amazing for the price. $399 for a dual motor carbon fiber deck is nuts. Great specs are far as speed and range too. I've had some simple wear and tear on my other boards where the plastic parts on the bottom and motor eventually crack and carbon fiber seems like a perfect fix for that issue. The handle on the top seems a great way to carry it around. It might not seem super important at first glance, but you can't ride it everywhere, you end up carrying the board inside and around a lot and it usually seems like an afterthought for most boards when you have to carry the 15-20lbs board by the trucks on your side. Size - I like that this is slightly smaller than other boards. Unsure how much that will impact a comfortable, stable ride that the longer boards offer. But smaller and more portable seems like a good thing. Waterproof - Awesome. Dodging puddles and getting caught in some rain when you're out is stressful and annoying when the board isn't waterproof.