Saturday, January 16, 2021

Enertion CEO explains what happened to the Raptor 2

The CEO of Enertion has shared a video explaining what happened behind the scenes. Highlighting the growth and what ultimately led to the downfall of Enertion and the Raptor 2.1. It is a great look into what goes on behind the scenes when you are producing an electric skateboard.

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Nelson is a writer for LooksDangerous and currently rides a Boosted Mini X, Exway X1 Pro and Segway ES2. Co-founder of dutch lobbygroup LegaalRijden, which focusses on legalizing ESK8 in the Netherlands.


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Brent Hawkins
5 months ago

I hope jason can pull through this and reform a new company with great success in this niche market. He has done great things and will continue to inovate. It sucks that money puts a cap on inovative products for the masses. I keep asking to myself why he trusted the china based manafacturers that never could get it right “on the cheap”. Why not deal with honest people from the start that already have a proven track record… like existing wheel companies that have good thane formulas. We all hope to see you on the other side Jason.

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Mad Skate
2 months ago
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and with all the debts left lying around how do we do it? until i get my raptor or money refund i will never agree with you Jason !! The fault is not with the wheels, but only with jason. He got the project completely wrong. wrong battery, wrong control unit, wrong motors and bms. nothing that works properly!

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Bob McKay
4 months ago

I was along for the ride with Enertions Raptor 2.1 product line. I was building my own DIY Electric Skateboard with a Carbon Fiber Deck. I spent a small fortune trying to keep my early DIY Electric Skateboards running. But I was and am still very happy with my Enertion Gear. I’m rolling on a Halo Carbon Fiber deck fitted with 4 Raptor 2.1 Hub Motors, 97mm Outwheels from Batch 3, 2 Focbox Unity’s, 2 Recievers, and 2 x 12s banks of Turnigy Lipos. The way I do it is to keep the front and rear wheel Controllers and battery… Read more »

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