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Short, flexible and dynamic deck but with low stability.
59 mm wheels for good acceleration and manoeuvrability.
Short plastic deck with excellent flex.
Short radius, perfect for city riding.
Cruiser skateboard equipped with 59 mm PU 78A wheels mounted on ABEC 7 bearings.
Had purchased for my daughter but we found it was suitable for adult use too. Feels and handles better than some of the wooden boards.
I'm very new to the boarding scene, aiming to use it for last mile travel. This board is quite small, but it has good amount of flex and soft enough wheel to keep the ride smooth on any urban roads, and even on Bangkok walkways (which can be quite uneven). It controls well even for beginner like me, despite the small size. The board is light and small enough to carry around easily.
Product is good BT d colour of d wheels is light... Would b more happy if d colour of wheel was dark
This skateboard is pretty fast and relatively silent on the track compared to others. Built quality is sturdy and good. At this price, it's great value for money too.
Click sounds come from back wheels but still can skate well
My kids love it. Small enough to carry around but durable enough to run on road
Very good product
I just bought this small cruiser board on a whim so I could use it when getting around and exploring the city. It seemed cheap and portable, so I figured why not? I never skateboarded before so I was a bit worried it would be too hard, but I actually, after a a couple hours of practice I got pretty used to it. It's comfortable, speedy, maneuverable (enough for me, anyway!). I feel comfortable enough to start commuting with this.
This was my second board , PROS- you can grab eyes on airports It easily fits in my trolley bag Made to last long CONS- it is not made for Indian roads. You can't push hard and fast (beyond 15-20 kmph) coz the front foot does not inspires that much confidence
My child has confidence with this skateboard as this is his first experience with skateboarding. That’s very important for first timer that he does not has the fear of falling or cannot balance.
Absolutely worth the price! Very usable and fun to play with1
I bought it 5 months ago and I was using it to get to work, it was comfortable, but today balls from bearings fell off in one of the wheel. I'm sure this shouldn't happen in product this new.
Default settings are great. manuevers really well. Really worth the price.
The Yamba is an old-school mini skateboard that's smaller than a normal skateboard and the longboard. It is designed for "cruising" over short distances and is quick, dynamic and light. It is ideal for getting around town and weaving through the crowds.
Polypropylene (PP) deck.Dimensions: 22.63" (57.5 cm) x 5.51" (14.5 cm).
Very good thanks to the small (59 mm diameter), 100% polyurethane wheels.These dimensions make it more dynamic and springy.Hardness: 78A. Soft wheels for more comfort as you glide along.ABEC 7 bearings.
3" wide aluminium truck.78A rubber.
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