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With all the cheap electric skateboards on the market, how do you know which one is the best bang for your buck? Everyone wants quality, but lower price usally means you have to sacrifice performance. That includes speed, range, and other capabilities.

But not every cheap board has to suck. In fact some cheaper boards can fit your budget and still help your commute to work, ride to school, and still be loads of fun.

Today, we’ll cover the best quality electric skateboards for under $300.

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  • 1) ​​​​Maxfind Max C

  • Top speed: 15 mph
  • Range: 11 miles
  • Incline rate: 15 degrees
  • Deck Size: 27 inches
  • Style: Skateboard
  • Weight Capacity: 175 lbs
  • Cost: $219

Description: Best cheap electric skateboard on the market. The board comes in at a pure bargain for $219. Considering that the boards performance is excellent, you'll find similar boards of this quality for almost $500. The board is so well designed it doesn't even look electric.

Very straight forward controls, board is tough, and a great size. The real bonus feature is the board contains LED lights on both the front and back of the board so you can ride at night. Not too mention you are visible and can be seen from afar. By far the best board for your hard earned money. It will not dissapoint.

Pros: Board is very well priced while still being made of great quality. Excellent range. Deck size is 27 inches and only weighs 8 pounds! Special rubber and sandpaper grip for great control. Even has a kickstand. Very portable and won't be a stress to carry around should the need arise. Comes in 4 different colors (Pink, Green, Blue, Black.) LED lights for night riding.

Cons: Weight capacity of 175 lbs means this board won't work for heavier people. Speed uphill isn't fantastic, but isn't horrible either.

 

  • 2) Meepo Campus 2

  • Top Speed: 18 mph
  • Range: 13 miles
  • Incline rate: 10%
  • Deck Size: 32 inches
  • Style: Skateboard
  • Weight Capacity: 150 lbs
  • Cost: $269

Description: As with many Meepo electric skateboards, the performance is hard to rival. Their boards are speedy, and it feels like they have an extra gear you can let loose to speed away. Offers a kickstand and overrall a great little board that comes in at number 2 on our cheap electric skateboard list.

Pros: Incredible performance, top speed rivals boosted and other top brands, range is terrific. All around a great board for the price.

Cons: Even worse than the Maxfind Max C, the weight capacity is 150 pounds and limits this board for teenagers and kids.

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  • 3) Blitzart Tornado

  • Top Speed: 17 mph
  • Range: 10 miles
  • Incline rate: 10 degrees
  • Deck Size: 38 inches
  • Style: Longboard
  • Weight Capacity: 250 lbs
  • Cost: $289

Description: Blitzart boards have really been trending as of late. The boards are super comforatable and offer an excellent ride

Pros: Handles very well, feels like anyone can ride. Great for both beginners and experts. Solid top speed. Offers a carrying handle.

Cons: Does not offer the best battery life.

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  • 4) Acton Blink Lite V2

  • Top Speed: 10 mph
  • Range: 5 miles
  • Incline rate: 8 degrees
  • Deck Size: 27 inches
  • Style: Skateboard
  • Weight Capacity: 180 lbs
  • Cost: $199

Description: This cheap electric skateboard is designed for kids. The top speed is 10 mph, and for someone heavy the board will move even slower. It's the perfect starter board so we highly recommend it for you newbies.

Pros: Very cost efficient. Most portable board on the list. Very lightweight and perfect for kids or beginners.

Cons: Low range, and many reviews have complained about the boards lifespan.

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  • 5) Blitzart X-Plore

  • Top Speed: 17 mph
  • Range: 10 miles
  • Incline rate: 10 degrees
  • Deck Size: 38 inches
  • Style: Longboard
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
  • Cost: $279

Description: 2nd Blitzart electric skateboard on our list. These boards are really generating a buzz in the electric skateboard industry, all while at a cheap price. The X-Plore is an excellent handling board. Goes up to 17 mph which is quite fast for most riders.

Pros: Great handles, great performance and has a weight capacity of 300 lbs.

Cons: Can feel kind of bulky and hard to carry.

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  • 6) Blitzart Huracane

  • Top Speed: 17 mph
  • Range: 8 miles
  • Incline rate: 10 degrees
  • Deck Size: 38 inches
  • Style: Longboard
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
  • Cost: $299

Description: Right behind the X-Plore is another Blitzart board...the Huracane. Very similar to the X-Plore in terms of performance expect less range. Another great board.

Pros: Great performance and has a weight capacity of 300 lbs. Has a handle to carry if the need arises.

Cons: Not the best breaks. On the pricier side for of the $300 range.

 

  • 7) Razor X Cruiser

  • Top Speed: 10 mph
  • Range: (40 minutes continuous use)
  • Incline rate: 10 degrees
  • Deck Size: 30 inches
  • Style: Skateboard
  • Weight Capacity: 220 lbs
  • Cost: $299

Description: Another board designed for beginners but the Razor X Cruiser. Not too much information but the board is on the smaller design and has a nice design. The range doesn't seem fantastic as it can only run for 40 continuous mintues.

Pros: Excellent beginner board, offers kickstand. Very stable and comfortable riding experience.

Cons: Average quality, many boards have stopped working for some people. Battery runs out really fast uphill. Pricey for the performance it gives you.

 

  • 8) Alouette Phoenix Ryder Wolf

  • Top Speed: 14 mph
  • Range: 9 miles
  • Incline rate: 10 degrees
  • Deck Size: 32 inches
  • Style: Longboard
  • Weight Capacity: 130 lbs
  • Cost: $299

Description: Phoniex Ryders aren't the most well known of boards, but they do offer some medium to cheap electric skateboards that may appeal to some riders. It has a very nice design and a beautiful wood finish. But the weigh capacity is lacking a lot, leaving this board at the bottom of our list.

Pros: Strong and flexible deck. Very stable and handles well.

Cons: For a longboard has a very light weight limit makes this board only ridable for little kids.

 

Conclusion

The MaxFind Max C is the best cheap electric skateboard. Amazing price and performance make this board a dealbreaker. We highly recommend it as its the best board to commute, or take a stroll on campus. Cheers and happy gliding!


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