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ACTON R10 RocketSkates – The World’s First Smart Electric Skates

Editor's Rating
4.7/5?

You may have explored tons of roller skates till date but the ACTON R10 RocketSkates are indeed different. This is because these motorized roller skates are smart and can propel the wearer at a speed up to 12 mph. There are two sets of step-in footplates which are capable of securing most types of footwear having strap bindings. These would be similar to the ones you generally find on snowboard boots that can accommodate both small and large feet. The skates can support up to 250 lbs and have a twin 6” diam with a 55-watt motor integrated into their fiber reinforced nylon frame. When you tilt forward on the toes, the skate speed will accelerate while if you tilt back, the skate speed will decelerate. You can also have the footplates pivoted down whenever you want your foot to be in contact with the ground for walking or going up or down the stairs. It’s everything you would want your roller skates to be like – Smart and fashionable.

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Overview & Specs
Editor's Rating:
4.7
Dimensions :
9 x 8 x 8.5 inches
Weight :
20 Pounds
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