2.4Ghz Electric Skateboard Remote Control With Twin Speed Modes

2.4Ghz Electric Skateboard Remote Control With Twin Speed Modes

Regular price $50.00 Sale

Easy Steezy! This is the descendant of the original Steeze remote and exhibits a veritable cornucopia of improvements over the old one. Smaller, lighter, less prone to damage, and that's just the beginning. Here's the bullet points!

  • Newer, more ergonomic size and shape is far more relaxing to hold throttle positions for long periods. It also fits in your pocket and doesn't snag all your stuff. 
  • Still not shaped like a gun! Or even held that way. That's a big deal to us, we don't like people getting shot here in Florida. It happens too often already. Ok so it does look almost exactly like a scaled down blacked out phaser from Star Trek TNG, but i think i can live with that. 
  • Two Speed Modes! There's two of them. Two! On most custom builds that translates to "slow" and "fast" modes. Sure, you can use those terms, but on my boards that translates more adequately to "regular commercial board mode" and "holy shit!" modes. Simply give the power button a short click to switch between them. The remote stays on the one you used last, so you can easily set and forget if you like one over the other. 
  • Dead simple pairing and no accidental channel hijacking. Install the receiver, turn the board on, turn the remote on, that's it. No more hitting the brakes on your friend's board!
  • No more cruise control. That's actually a bonus for most people, it was in a seriously awkward spot that allowed people to accidentally click it and not know WTF was happening. Really a bad decision to put that there. Not somethign you really want to use on an esk8 anyway. 
  • Improved lower profile throttle stick is one less thing to snag your pocket when you walk into the store. 
  • Much smaller receiver can be stashed anywhere in your box. 
  • Hold to power prevents you from accidentally powering on the remote when its in your pocket or bag. Hold the power button down for 5 seconds to power on or power off the remote. 
  • Board power indicator lets you know that the board is on (in case the other lights telling you it was paired wasn't enough of a clue, or you know, your board still being switched on and glowing)
  • No more silicone jacket. That thing didn't do much anyway except stretch and tear and get lost. 
  • NO MORE BROKEN BUTTONS! I saved the best for last. We've thrown these remotes at speed and they're still kicking! Dropped! Tossed! Drop kicked into a squirrels face! No more button on the nose means no more broken buttons. So long busted ass A button!