Liquid Skateboard: Effortless Cruising Without a Remote

Intuitive, seamless, electric skateboarding experience

Imagine cruising through the city streets, the wind gently tousling your hair, as your board glides effortlessly beneath you. You're not tethered to any clunky remote, not fiddling with an app on your phone. Instead, you've got a skateboard that feels just like the one you’ve always known—only smarter.

The Liquid Skateboard, born from the mind of Copenhagen's own Alexis Chabat, captures the raw essence of traditional skateboarding but adds a touch of modern magic. Step onto its 7-ply Canadian maple deck and kick off like you’ve done countless times before. As soon as your back foot hits the pressure sensor at the tail, a 350-watt motor seamlessly takes over, maintaining the speed you set with your initial push. It’s like finding the perfect tailwind, every time.

This isn't your typical electric skateboard. There's no need for a remote or an app. It's about pure, unadulterated motion. Want to go faster? Just give a stronger kick. Need to slow down? Lift your foot slightly off the sensor, or put it on the ground to brake completely. The board adapts to your rhythm, handling hills with the grace of a seasoned pro, adding power on the climbs and braking on the descents.

The battery, a compact yet powerful 90-Wh Samsung unit, gives you a range of up to 12 kilometers on a two-hour charge. An LED indicator keeps you informed about the charge, shifting from a serene green to a warning red as the juice runs low. And when you’re done riding, the board powers down automatically after a few minutes of inactivity, conserving energy until you're ready to ride again.

At just 4 kilograms, the Liquid Skateboard is light enough to carry effortlessly. Its electronics are water-resistant, so a little rain won't spoil your ride. And for those spontaneous trips, it’s even airplane compatible, making it the perfect companion for your next adventure.

Priced at €339 during the Kickstarter campaign, this board promises not just a ride, but an experience. It’s skateboarding, elevated. With production planned, you might soon find yourself among the lucky few cruising through life on this innovative piece of engineering.

So, for those who seek freedom in their ride, who value the simplicity of motion without the clutter of technology, the Liquid Skateboard offers a blend of tradition and innovation. It’s not just about getting from point A to point B; it’s about the journey in between. Step on, kick off, and let the ride begin.


  1. Seamless Experience: The board offers a natural ride without the need for a remote or app, mimicking traditional skateboarding while adding electric assistance.
  2. Intuitive Speed Control: Speed is controlled by your kicks and foot placement, making it easy to increase or decrease speed without needing to fiddle with additional controls.
  3. Automatic Features: It powers up automatically when the wheels start rolling and shuts off after inactivity, providing convenience and energy efficiency.
  4. Lightweight and Portable: At just 4 kg, it's easy to carry and includes a compact battery, making it one of the lighter options in its category.
  5. Water-Resistant Electronics: With IP65 water resistance, it can withstand low-pressure water jets, adding durability for varied weather conditions.
  6. Airplane Compatibility: The 90-Wh battery is legal as a carry-on item, allowing for easy travel with the skateboard.
  7. Long Battery Life: The replaceable Samsung battery offers a range of 10 to 12 km per charge, suitable for most commutes and recreational rides.
  8. Smooth Ride: Features like soft 70A PU wheels and a 5 mm shock absorber ensure a comfortable ride over various terrains.


  1. Limited Availability: Initially available only in Europe and the US, limiting access for potential customers in other regions.
  2. Kickstarter Dependency: As a Kickstarter project, there's a risk associated with crowdfunding, including potential delays in production and delivery.
  3. Speed Limit: The top speed of 22 km/h (14 mph) may be limiting for some riders seeking faster performance.
  4. Manual Braking Required: Braking requires taking your foot off the sensor and placing it on the ground, which may take some getting used to for those accustomed to remote-controlled brakes.
  5. Battery Life Indicator: The LED indicator shifts to blinking red as the charge level drops, which might be less informative compared to more detailed battery life displays.
  6. Initial Cost: At €339 (about US$369) for early backers and €499 ($543) retail, it may be considered expensive compared to traditional skateboards.

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