BOLT is the World’s Smallest Electric Skateboard which can also Charge your Mobile

Electric skateboard BOLT picture

Skateboard Bolt was designed in Italy and created by Lorenzo Cella. He is a robotic engineering student and a commuter. It’s not just an electric skateboard. Bolt is something new. It is the world’s smallest electric vehicle.
Bolt is the first really portable vehicle that can be carried anywhere. At home, in the classroom or in the office.
It is a fantastic means of transport: small, lightweight, easy to use, low power consumption and intelligent.
Bolt gives its best on short trips from home. Go to class, the gym, the university, the cafeteria, and the library.

Electric Skateboard size comparison
Electric skateboard size comparision

Bolt has a top speed of 21 Kmph, just as fast as a bicycle!
It has a range of about 10 kilometers, more than you need for the short daily commute in the city.

Bolt has dimensions of 60x25x10.5cm (23.5x10x4 inches), is the most miniature electric skateboard in the world and is compact enough to be carried anywhere.

It has 4 kg of weight and is light enough to be carried with no effort on your backpack or by hand when not in use.

USB Port
Bolt has a built-in standard USB port that can be used to recharge your devices on the go. Bolt’s battery is so powerful that it can recharge your mobile up to 20 times.
Bolt can also charge your phone
Technical Specifications
Size: 60x25x10cm (23x10x4 inches)
Weight: 4kg (9 pounds)
Power: 2000W, Sensored Motor
Battery: 5000mAh LiPo
Materials: Wood
Connectivity: Bluetooth Low Energy
Integration: Smartphone App
Charging: From empty to charge fully in about 60-90 minutes
Electric Skateboard BOLT features

Bolt Skateboard Parts
Skateboard BOLT parts

About Bolt Motion
Bolt Motion has experience in building technological projects. It is born to create better transportation and make people move more freely.
They want to develop products and solutions to fill the gaps in the world of moving things. Innovation, technology for a Better World.

Source: Indiegogo

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Vinodh Reddy is a Mechanical Engineer and Editor-in-chief of ME Mechanical. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree in Mechanical Engineering. He also blogs at EduGeneral. He is interested in the farming field.

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