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Currently, there are 4 Boosted Boards available to purchase from the Boosted website.

  1. 1. Boosted Stealth
  2. 2. Boosted Plus
  3. 3. Boosted Mini X
  4. 4. Boosted Mini S

While owning a Boosted Board is a dream for many, a lot of people are hindered by one thing… the price.

Boosted doesn’t come cheap.

The most expensive model is the Stealth, which comes in at a whopping $1,599.

And the cheapest model is the Mini S, which comes in at $749.

So when buying your first Boosted board, selecting the right one is essential, not just for you but for your wallet as well.

Let’s take a deeper dive and find the perfect board for you!

What Are The Deciding Factors?

Before making a purchase on an electric skateboard, everyone is influenced by different factors.

Here’s just a few that we’ll look at:

  • •Price
  • •Speed
  • •Range
  • •Hill Climb Rate
  • •Deck Size

The Boosted Stealth

Boosted’s most expensive board, this thing is a beast.

It offers the following performance:

  • •24 mph top speed
  • •14 mile range
  • •25% hill climb rate

What’s to love is the 38 inch super flex deck that easily handles turns and helps improve control of the board. At 17 pounds it’s also not that heavy compared to other competitors out there!

The only issue is the $1,599 price tag. With that money you can take a nice vacation to the Caribbean.

It also offers four ride modes which you can choose based on your environment.

Great board but just a little too pricey.

Should you get this board? It’s a no from me…

The Boosted Plus

Boosted’s original board, that fell in love with e-skaters everywhere.

It’s a step down from the Stealth but not by much, and still offers great performance.

  • •22 mph top speed
  • •14 mile range
  • •25% hill climb rate

Similar to the Stealth, it also offers a 38 inch super flex deck at 17 pounds net weight. Great turning radius and smooth control/suspension make this thing a pleasant ride.

Again, this board is a little pricey, coming in at $1,399.

The only really difference between this and the Stealth is the 2 mph difference in top speed, and the Plus has four ride modes instead of five.

For $200 cheaper, it’s much better value.

Should you get this board? Yes, it’s still pricey, but a fantastic choice.

Boosted Mini X

It has ‘Mini’ in the name for a reason.

For a while Boosted customers had been wanting a more compact and smaller e-board that was also cheaper on consumer’s wallets.

Finally, Boosted released the Mini Series. Two boards with 29.5 inch deck length which was less bulky and easier to carry around when you aren’t riding it.

The Mini X also offers great performance:

  • •20 mph top speed
  • •14 mile range
  • •25% hill climb rate

The best part was a cheaper price tag: $999 on Boosted’s website.

Still pricey, but moving in the right direction.

Should you get this board? Yes, especially if you’re into the smaller size.

Boosted Mini S

Finally, a cheap-ish Boosted Board that appealed to many riders among it’s release.

It’s the exact same size at the Mini X, with no real difference when you look at the two boards (besides color).

Performance on the other hand is definitely worth noting:

  • •18 mph
  • •7 mile range
  • •25% hill climb rate

What’s such a turn-off for so many riders is the 7 mile range. Too many riders it’s too little.

At $749, it’s more than half the price of some other Boosted models.

Should I get this board? No, it’s $749 for such a short range. Not worth it.

So What Board Should I Buy?

At the end of the day, the choice is yours.

The information is given above.


There are two clear winners you should decide upon. The Boosted Plus and Boosted Mini X.

The reason the Stealth is eliminated is because of the crazy price.

And the Mini S is eliminated due to it’s bad range.

That leaves us with the Plus and the Mini X.

Deciding on which one to buy is based on whether you want the best performance with a long flexible deck, or a smaller more portable option that’s also cheaper.

The Plus:

  • •Offers great performance

  • •Has a long deck (38 inches)

  • •Is expensive but worth it ($1,399)

The Mini X:

  • •Offers great performance for a small board

  • •Has a small compact firm deck (29.5 inches)

  • •Is the second cheapest option available ($999)

You really can’t go wrong with either.

When you get your board in the mail, you won’t be disappointed.

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