- Rough Terrain: Shark Wheels #1 advantage. Shark Wheels tend to push small objects left and right out of the way when riding, which smoothes the ride unlike a traditional wheel that acts like a steamroller. Scientifically proven at San Diego State University, Mechanical Engineering Department.
- Less Friction: Sharkwheels have 57% less friction when the wheels are in motion. Combined with California-made high-rebound polyurethane which gives the board extra speed, range and comfort. Scientifically proven at San Diego State University, Mechanical Engineering Department.
- Longevity: Shark Wheel have up to a 50% longevity advantage in cruising/transportation situations. Scientifically proven at San Diego State University, Mechanical Engineering Department.
- Less Shock: Sharkwheel provide a more comfortable riding experience. The unique 30 degree approach angle strikes objects at an angle. Similar to driving a car over a speed bump at an angle to reduce shock, the Shark Wheel is always smoothing the ride with its sine wave approach angle.
- Made in California: Unlike 95% of other electric skateboard companies, Shark Wheels pay 5 times the cost to have the best high-rebound polyurethane in the world. This leads to a fast and smooth riding experience.
POWER VS THIN COMPARISON
The THIN and POWER Shark Electric skateboards are both 38” x 9” and precision built for the smoothest riding experience.
- The THIN model is the thinnest board in the industry, ultra lightweight and still brings incredible specs of up to 28mph and 11 miles of range
- The POWER model is built for longer range and faster speeds with up to 30mph of speed and 25 miles of range. Maximum speed and range is determined by several factors, but early reviews on Youtube prove the speed and range claims.
COMPETING BRAND COMPARISON
The Shark Wheel Electric is available in Shark Wheel Germany, Sharkwheel France, Shark Wheel Europe, Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia, Italy, United Kingdom, Belgium, Norway, Finland, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Croatia, Romunia