THE THINNEST ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD ON THE MARKETTeamgee H5 will blow your mind with its 15mm ultra-thin deck and 14.6 lbs (6.6kg) weight that make you wonder whether you are looking at an electric skateboard at all. Teamgee is one of the first to use a drop-through deck on an electric skateboard and its deck is 15-20mm lower to the ground than most of the electric skateboards, which enables a more stable and confident riding experience. The concave deck makes turning effortless and comfortable; the soft bushing makes the board super nimble when it comes to making sharp turns.
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Hello, Is this board water resistant ?
Do you ship to Hungary? If so, is the shipping free?
Hi Boris, thank you for your question. We do ship to Hungary and the shipping is free.
Can I push the board when it's out of battery?
Hi Denesh, thank you for your question. You can. And because the board is ultra thin and light it is easier to push it as a rugular long board.
Can you replace the battery after a year or so?
yes, you may purchase replacement battery and change it by yourself.
Are the h5 and h9 hub motors different? If so how much of a power difference? Also do the h5 and h9 use the same battery or are they different?
Thank you for your question. H9 has larger motors and a different ESC therefore the riding experience is not the same.
The top speed for H9 is 37kph and the top speed for H5 is 35.4kph.
They have the same 36V, 3.5Ah lithium battery.
Is the battery user-replaceable?
Thank you for your question. The battery can be replaced by removing the grip tape and reconnecting the cables.
Can i buy another H5 with the blue clear wheels and extra set of 4 blue wheels for my other H5.
Thank you for your question. Please go ahead and place an order for H5 then send an email to email@example.com and we will make a customed H5 with all 4 blue wheel for you. All 90mm wheels and PUs are compatible with H5 and you can select the color when you order them on our website.
Can I bring the H5 in the plane?
Thank you for your questions. The battery for H5 is 36V, 3.5Ah so it's normally not allowed on an airplane. Though you can always double check with your airline company to make sure.