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Shark Electric THIN

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$1,399.00 $599.00
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SHARK ELECTRIC THIN
(Battery Inside Board)
 
 
Transparent Blue or Black Wheels
 
$599 few weeks only ($1,399 normally) 
 
Assembly will take place at the Shark Wheel Offices in California due to the wheels being manufactured in California (very rare for electric skateboards as nearly all are made in China). Boards are on route from overseas and earliest orders have 
priority ship dates. We will work as fast as possible to get orders out quickly. Customs delays on electric boards are to be expected and could push out the ship date slightly on all orders. New orders are expected to have late August ship dates.

Specifications:

  • 95mm Shark Wheels
  • 25.2 mph speed
  • Up to 11.1 mile range
  • 38" x 9" deck (10 ply Canadian Maple and 1 ply Fiberglass)
  • Remote - 4 speeds
  • Waterproof (IP54)
  • Charging Time 2 hours
  • Uphill 25% grade
  • 4 speed modes
  • 4 brake modes
  • 15 lbs

*** ShredLights available at a heavily discounted price ***

 
 
 

***No refunds on electric boards. Details below the FAQ and you can view the User Manual that shows the warrantied items, which is industry standard.

 

 
FAQ
 

1. What is the battery AH capacity?

  • 1 lithium battery
  • 7.5 ah for the POWER
  • 3.5 ah for the THIN

2. How flexible is the deck?

POWER:  7 ply Canadian Maple and 1 ply Fiberglass. The board definitely has a medium flex I would say. With the board having a low center of gravity and a battery underneath, we did not want the board to be too flexible. The max weight is 285lbs

THIN:  10 ply Canadian Maple and 1 ply Fiberglass

3. Do you ship anywhere in the world?

Please make sure your country accepts electric skateboards before ordering. 

4. Motor/Battery Specs?

  • Brushless motor
  • 30 cells (battery)
  • 7.5 AH
  • 540w
  • POWER Charge time 4hrs
  • THIN Charge time 2hrs

 5. What is the weight capacity for the boards?

  • POWER:  286lbs
  • THIN:  220lbs

6. What is the battery placement?

  • POWER:  underneath the board (Replacement batteries available, easy to change battery)
  • THIN:  inside the board (Replacement batteries available, easy to change battery - takes 10 minutes. Expected life is 500 charges)

7.  How many volts for the charger?

100-240 volts

8. How long does the battery last?

Estimated 500 charges

9. Wheel Colors?

Yes, transparent blue or black

10. Can I buy the 95mm wheels separately?

Yes. Here is the link
Black:                   https://sharkwheel.com/95mm-78a-black-electric/
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ransparent Blue:  https://sharkwheel.com/95mm-78a-transparent-blue-electric/

11. Do the Shred Lights waste the battery power?

No. Shred Lights run on their own rechargeable batteries that do not affect the performance of the board. They last 150 hours before they need to be recharged. White lights in the front and red lights in the back. In some places (like California), it is a law to use lights on your board. Discounted cheaper here than anywhere else. You can add to your order when you click 'Pre-Order'

12. Can I jump curbs?

The THIN model is definitely not meant for jumping. This is due to the 220lbs weight limit. If you weigh 190lbs, for example, and jump off of a curb and land on the board, the weight limit will be exceeded and the board is prone to breaking. This is not covered under the warranty. Please think about your landing weight if you are jumping.

13. Can it go in reverse?

Yes

14. Does the board have regenerative braking?

Yes

15. Does the Shark Wheel lessen the shock when riding an electric skateboard?

Yes. The 30 degree approach angle of the Shark Wheel strikes all objects at an angle lessening the shock. Think of driving your car over a speed bump or a dip in the road. People inherently know to drive at an angle to reduce the shock. The angle also tends to kick small objects left and right out of the way smoothing the ride!

16. Nearly all electric boards are made in China. Where are Shark Electric boards made?

Shark Electric boards are made in China, but the secret sauce is the wheels. Shark Wheel opted to pay 5 times the cost to manufacture its wheels in California. Whereas 99% of electric skate companies buy run-of-the-mill cheap wheels with inferior polyurethane from China, Shark Wheel buys the best high-rebound polyurethane in the world. The  difference is so significant and worth the additional cost. The Shark Wheel geometery coupled with the specialized formula we use elevates our electric board performance toa new level.

17. Were you on Shark Tank?

Yes. It was quite an experience! Shark Wheel was also on the Discovery Channel for reinventing the wheel, FedEx commercials, FOX and much more

18. I know you say the wheel is great, but what about other people's reviews?

Shark Wheel has hundreds of 5-star verified purchase reviews on Amazon. Read social media, watch videos on YouTube. All of the evidence is there. Along with our scientific testing, 
you should feel very confident you are ordering a world-class product.

19. Is the Shark Wheel really square?

Yes and no. Technically, the Shark Wheel is a 540 degree shape (circular wheels are 360 degrees) that is a hybrid of a cube, sphere and sine wave. 
Look at the below picture of a singular Shark Wheel. It touches all 6 sides of a cube perfectly flat! And rolls perfectly smooth.

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20. Can you post a picture of the remote?

 
21. Has it really been tested scientifically? If the Shark Wheel is so good why isn't it in other industries?
 
Yes, it has gone through 2 years of scientific testing at San Diego State University, Mechanical Engineering Department. Other tests were performed in labs. Significant advantages were found in friction (when in motion), longevity, rebound (which translates to speed), abrasion resistance, and off-road performance.

The Shark Wheel is used by multiple Fortune 500 companies in the pallet jack/forklift industry right now. Also, Shark Wheels can be found on Samsonite luggage, Harley Davidson luggage, SkyValet luggage and launching in 2020 for military luggage. Shark Wheels are also on farming equipment, medical equipment, casters and much more!
 
22. Is the Shark Wheel really based on Nature? Where does the name 'Shark Wheel' come from?
 
The wheel mirrors Nature. Everything in Nature alternates. The way fish and sharks swim, the way radio waves move, the way planets move around the Sun and even how humans walk with an alternating gait. Alternating motions Nature's preferred form of motion.

The name Shark Wheel comes from the shape of actual shark jaws. They are a near perfect match:
 
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23. Do you have a video that explains the technology?
 
 
More Pictures

 

 
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***No refunds on electric boards. But, all electric boards are protected by the warranties detailed in the User Manual that can be read below:

 

USER MANUAL

 

Page 32 shows the warranty:

 

https://pdfhost.io/v/APu~Ii7kR_FINAL_Shark_Electric_User_Manualpdf.pdf

 

 


Make sure your country allows electric skateboards to ship - please check before ordering
 

3 Reviews Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 4
    Performance Great, Delay Not Great

    Posted by Steven N. on Aug 10th 2020

    Honestly I would like to give Shark Wheel 2 or 3 stars from an emotional standpoint. The delays were rough. I get COVID delaying factories, I get the skate industry is booming as they say and a lot of companies are ordering at the same time, but I don't get the communication and how long the delays were altogether.

    From a delay/frustration standpoint I will give 2.5 stars. From a pure performance of the product standpoint I will give probably a 4.5/5 star rating. So, I felt a little better once I saw that the board actually existed and that it actually worked. Then I saw the board was actually really good. Very high quality component parts, solid all-around. I'm not going to give too many props, but I will say it's a good product.

    Overall, I think my 4 star review is more than fair considering everything. To give them the benefit of the doubt, it is a brand new product and I'm sure there are snags here and there for whatever reason. But, as a modern day consumer, I order and I expect the company to stick to the schedule and not delay, delay.

    As the title says Performance Great, Delay Not Great

  • 5
    unbiased review

    Posted by Rudy Tamala on Aug 7th 2020

    hi guys,

    i'm not the typical review guy, i write very very few. but, when i feel compelled i do so. i'm not your typical skateboard buyer (i don't think), i'm mid 50s and use this just for transportation purposes. i grew up skating way back when and thought this looked so fun i would take it up again. i was trying to decide between this and a scooter and obviously went with this.

    it really was like 'riding a bike' for me. i chose the thin version because i don't need crazy mileage, just have a short commute everyday to work. while i had to wait for my board longer than i would have liked to (which i really want to complain about), i couldn't be more impressed with everything else. i put my research in to buy this board. looked up everything shark wheel and couldn't believe this wheel is used by fortune 500 companies and they won government grants and farmers use them and warehouse workers use them and they are on samsonite luggage! obviously, the wheel has to be assumed to be legitimate and those are only a few points.

    the board's performance is nothing i can compare it to, but it's fast, has good enough mileage for me and the wheels really do knock stuff out of the way. i actually see it push objects to the side when i'm riding. wow. they really reinvented the wheel!

    very happy with my purchase and want others out there to know i'm usually a tough cookie when it comes to being pleased by something. the wait for the board aside, best buy of the year for me.

  • 5
    Sleek

    Posted by Zeek from Cabin Creek on Aug 7th 2020

    No idea how they squeezed an electric into the thinnest deck ever. It's light, easy to carry and still has sick speed somehow. My previous board (I won't throw anyone under the bus publicly, but it's a big company) simply sucked. I haven't had this board long enough (2 days) to really say how it holds up of course, but so far so good.

    The 95mm Shark Wheels are a joke...in the best of ways I mean. 72mm DNA I have for my standard longboard and those are insane. These really are next level and way way bigger. It really helps going over everything. I read the wheels are made in California with really expensive urethane (supposedly the most expensive). Apparently you get what you pay for with these wheels. So crazy smooth and fast and go over it all

    The board looks soooo sleek

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