Shark Electric POWER. Cyber Monday Discount Code: FRIDAYSHARK

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(Battery Outside Board)
Wheel Color Based on Availability at time of order.
$799 discounted price for a limited time
Shark Wheel pours all wheels in California and assembles the boards at the Shark Wheel Offices in California.
  • 95mm Shark Wheels
  • 30 mph speed (up to 35mph in some conditions)
  • 25.2 mile range ((Various factors affect range:  weight, terrain, grade, etc.)
  • 38'' x 9'' deck (7 ply Canadian Maple and 1 ply Fiberglass)
  • Remote - 4 speeds
  • Waterproof (to IP54 standards)
  • Charging Time 4 hours
  • Uphill 30% grade
  • 4 speed modes
  • 4 brake modes
  • 19 lbs
  • Recommended up to 220lbs
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  • The Customer is responsible for informing themselves and obey all local and state laws for riding an electric skateboard in their area. Also to understand the basic knowledge to safely assemble and proper maintenance requirements of the electric skateboard.

  • That skateboarding is an action sport with inherent risks, the CUSTOMER may encounter situations where can be exposed to the risk of injury, paralysis, deformation and or death.

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  • 5
    Power Board

    Posted by Chris on Mar 6th 2021

    Awesome!!!!!!!! Let me start by saying that I am 51 years old and my God this board is amazing it's so much fun. I was doing about 22 mph and I punched it and the damn near threw me off the back and I looked down and it was 36 37 38 all the way to 42 miles an hour! After I change my underwear LOL I got back on the board I've had the board 3 weeks now and I've got over 400 miles on it I love it I don't have any negatives other than maybe a kill switch for the remote if you've got it on cruise control and you fall off the board unless you power down the remote it won't shut off but I mean it does so as soon as you power it off it shuts off so it's great great board. I've ridden over railroad tracks I've hit rocks the size bigger than quarters and it just kicks him out of the way super smooth super fun carving like I said it's it's awesome thanks David.

  • 5
    Omg! He loves it!

    Posted by Pam Burket Fishbein on Jan 31st 2021

    It took me this long to write a review because on day three, my 54 year old boyfriend and gift recipient fell and broke the top off his humerus! Ouch! Please pay attention to what you’re doing while riding. The brake is very sensitive! He’s fine now (after surgery and only missing four days of his office job)! He can’t wait to get back on! He’s very impressed with the quality of the board and that it can move all 200 plus pounds of him so gently, from a stand still! I hope he can go old man slow next time he takes off, but he believes he caused his fall by attempting to pull his phone out of his pocket for that video! When you ride, please just ride and pay only attention to riding! Shark Wheel did forget my lights, but when I told them so, they mailed them straight out! Very impressive product...just be careful old man!

  • 5

    Posted by Elliott Sampson on Jan 25th 2021

    This board is amazing! The acceleration is very smooth except for on mode 4 (H+), when you get to that mode, the acceleration is scary fast. The battery life for the remote is WAY better than I expected and, after riding about 50 miles, it wasted about 25% of it's battery life. Anyway, I've seen a lot of people on facebook saying that it is a total POS and that it is very poorly made, but I completely disagree. I have ridden this board for about 175 miles and, the only problem that I can think of, is that the bearings keep making a small fwapping sound, but I don't think it affects the performance of the board. The Shredlights are very bright and can light up stop signs at the end of the street (about 150-200 ft. away). The battery life of the board is AMAZING and I have gotten at least 10-15 miles of range on the high mode and, as advertised, at least 25 if not more on the low mode. I know that a lot of other reviews have already said this, but if you're thinking about getting one of these, I would highly recommend buying it.

    -great overall battery life
    -great top speed
    -great range
    -great craftsmanship
    -great board in general


    -bearings make a small fwapping sound

  • 5
    Review Part 2 - More Practical Advice

    Posted by Justin Nakatsuka on Jan 22nd 2021

    Still loving this board. It's a bit frustrating having Canadian winter weather but there has been a few dry days to ride.

    The Included Manual
    - the manual in the box is very small. I found it much easier to download the PDF version from the website and print out the pages I wanted at letter size.

    Riding in Traffic
    - I have tried riding in a city, both on bikelanes and with traffic. Since I'm fairly comfortable now at up to around the max speed on H setting, keeping up with cars between stoplights isn't too hard. The only problem I found was that at full speed, I can't brake as fast as a car (I'm still using the weakest brake setting) so I almost ran into the back of a car at a red light. I use the same traffic etiquette and signaling that I would as a cyclist.
    - After what felt like a pretty decent ride, including some uphills, the battery level only dropped one bar. I'm happy about that.

    Speed on UpHills
    On steep hills, the board slows down and seems to settle in at around 8 to 10 kph. Using a higher power setting doesn't seem to make a difference. Ideally, I'd like to be able to blast uphill at high speed but it's a small dissatisfaction. Overall I'm still amazed at the power from the hub motors.

    Stability at high speed
    - I tightened the trucks a bit because I felt like there was a bit of wobble at around 32kph.

    Riding in the Dark
    - I rode through some backroads at night - pitch black - with just the shedlights. Main problem is that they are so low to the ground, any bumps in the road cast forward shadows, so it was hard to see what was ahead on country roads. I took one off and held it like a flashlight so I could see better. I would use a headlamp next time. The board rolled over small windfall branches and debris on the road with no problem.

  • 5
    After 4 days

    Posted by Justin Nakatsuka on Jan 9th 2021

    I am almost at the upper limit of the recommended age for this board, so if you were also born in 1971, this review might be of interest. I've only had the board a week so I can't speak to long term things like durability or battery endurance.

    Unboxing and Setup
    - I wish there was a Quickstart Guide. The manual is obviously made in Asia so the English is a little bit off but my main problem was that I was so eager to try the board, I couldn't make myself read the entire thing and there was at least one detail that would have helped make the first ride easier.
    - My board arrived (in Canada) quite quickly - around 3 weeks after ordering. It had to be shipped twice because the first time, UPS Customs sent it back to Sharkwheel because it didn't have the Hazardous Goods paperwork (for the battery). The duty and taxes to get it into Canada added $120 CDN (to the cost).
    - Installing the Shredlights (highly recommended) was a bit fussy. Shredlight is a separate company so these are not specifically made for Sharkwheel and the fit to the trucks is not totally perfect. The bolt holes line up but the mounting plate has to bend over the truck mold a bit. I ended up shaving down the mounting plates with a dremel to get them to fit better.
    - Lots of people complain that the grip tape covers the bolts, which you need to access to install the Shredlights. True. But all you have to do is take the hex key that comes with the board (great multi-wrench included with this board) and poke it into the grip tape over the bolt head. When you hit the top of the bolt, the wrench can be twisted through the tape into the bolt and then you're golden with minimal damage to the tape.
    - After that, I was good to go. Everything in the box arrived pretty much fully charged - which was great.

    Riding (the remote display is in metric kph so that's the units I'll use here)
    - The power of the board is a bit breath-taking if you're never ridden an electric board before (I hadn't). On the lowest speed setting, it's super comfortable and chill (like 9kph). Medium is definitely more fun - hitting around 20kph.
    - The only problem I had right off the bat, was that the brakes are brutally strong. I totally missed that there are different braking levels and my board arrived set at level 3 braking (hence my wish for a Quickstart Guide). I came VERY close to being thrown off the front of the board the first time I tried them. Even after figuring out that I could lower the strength, at level one I'm still reluctant to use the brakes at high speed. There's very little nuance to the braking - it's difficult to make them engage partially and when they grab, you'd better have that front foot planted strongly.
    - On day 3 of having the board, I was up to level 3 (H) for speed and cruised the local cycling paths at 30kph, passing cyclists. It was great. I am yet to push the board into max speed at H+ setting. At 30kph, I could feel the possibility of speed wobbles but it never got there. After a couple kilometers of riding, there was still no drop in the battery level so I'm pleased about that.
    - The board went easily across a rough wooden bridge that was wet and slippery, knocked gravel out of the way.
    - On day 2 it was raining so I hit the University parkade. They have anti-skateboard strips installed at several spots and the Sharkwheels barely feel them.

    Uses other than cruising
    - I have a Freebord which, if you don't know, is like a snowboard for pavement. The hassle is that it's meant for downhill so if you don't have people to do it with (I've never seen anyone else in Canada with one), there's a lot of hiking uphill involved. With a backpack sling for the Sharkwheel, I expect to be able to use the Sharkwheel as my chairlift. Shark to the top, Freebord down. Repeat.

    Customer Service
    - Amazing. I can't even believe how fast and helpful they are over email. Super impressed. I wish I was this good at customer service in my own business.

    I waited and researched for years before buying an electric board and I feel like I made a really good choice with Sharkwheel.

  • 5
    The future

    Posted by Jhon Paul Purugganan on Jan 4th 2021

    I love it. Riding it the first time really changed the game!! Wheels look crazy!! Despite the wait .. it was well worth it . Awesome board!! Thank you sharkwheel<3

  • 4
    In general

    Posted by Bill Bowden on Jan 3rd 2021

    Great product great fun.
    Wish the instructions that came with the board where better. And they forgot to put my lights in the box …

  • 5
    Excellent costumer service

    Posted by Jet Lo on Dec 31st 2020

    I just got my board after a long wait. Unfortunately a few things went wrong with my order. The costumer service is one of the best I've come across on any platform. They're consistent with replying back and taking care of you.

  • 5
    The Best One

    Posted by Bruno Quispe on Dec 30th 2020

    I was looking for an electric skateboard until I came across this one. It's my first electric skateboard and by far is the best one. I have waited months for this skateboard and when I rode it. It was perfect. How it handles the road, sidewalk, and sometimes the grass. The milages, the speed is perfect too. Let's not forget about the braking too. So many options to choose from on the control. By far perfect. As my first electric skateboard. This is by far the best one!!!