41″ Metroboard Slim Electric Longboard – STEALTH EDITION

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New Top Speed of 24 mph!

New Mini RC RF Remote shipping with all Metroboard Orders!

We are proud to offer the Metroboard Slim Electric Longboard Stealth Edition, with an all black deck and black anodized battery box.  The Metroboard Slim has been completely redesigned from the ground up for a truly unique carving and transportation solution that takes the Metroboard Electric Skateboard to a whole new level of fun, styling, and portability.

New for 2016: Improved concavity for better carving, and a newly added small kicktail for easier kickturns!

Here are some of the amazing new features:

  • 41” Longboard Deck:  This beautiful Black deck looks gorgeous and carves like a dream thanks to its broad 10″ width across the entire riding platform.  Want a custom deck?  Email us about it.
  • Caliber II 10” 50° Reverse Kingpin Trucks: These well respected trucks are known for their super smooth carving and beautiful sculpted looks.  Combined with our wide platform longboard deck, you have, to put it simply, a “Carving Machine”.
  • 97 mm and 83 mm GENUINE ABEC-11 BRAND Super High Rebound CLEAR RED (75A) Wheels: With a rebound of over 80%, these shock absorbing wheels provide a super smooth ride on both smooth and rougher asphalt.
  • 6374 Brushless Outrunner Motor rated for 3000 Watts Peak Power (600 Watts Continuous): weighs just 1.8 lbs (3 lbs lighter than existing motor), and is just 1/3 the size!  Also, super quiet with a futuristic sound to it!
  • Slim Super Light Lithium Battery: Just 22 mm thick!  Available in 4 capacities: a 10 mile (36V 4AH), 15 mile (36V 6AH), 20 mile (36V 8AH) range option, and NEW 40 mile (36V 16AH) range option.
  • Slim Aluminum Battery Box: To house the Slim Battery, we designed a stylish Slim Aluminum Battery Box, POWDER COATED Black, that not only looks cool, but makes carrying the Metroboard Electric Longboard a breeze, due to its evenly distributed weight across the entire length of the deck.
  • New and Improved Brushless Motor Controller (MADE IN THE USA): Completely redesigned from the ground up for improved reliability and new features such as the ability to drive up to seven 3 Watt High Power LEDs.
  • High Power Front and Rear Lighting:  Two High Power 1 Watt WHITE LEDs in the front riser and two High Power 1 Watt RED LEDs in the rear riser give you a super high visibility front headlight and rear tail light, and also make our new custom translucent risers glow!  Not only will others see you, but you will see the road ahead of you thanks to their incredible high power output!
  • Translucent Risers:  These risers glow with our new High Power 1 Watt LEDs inside for a super cool look, especially at night!
  • Weight: Starting at just 15.4 lbs for the 10 mile battery pack with 83 mm wheels. The 15 mile pack adds 1.2 lbs, the 20 mile pack adds 2.4 lbs, the 40 mile pack adds 7.4 lbs, and the 97 mm wheels add 1.0 lbs.


Carving without pushing has never been so much fun!  Even inexperienced skaters, will learn to ride this dream board in no time!

Starting at just 15.4 lbs (7.0 kg), you will want to take this ultra light electric longboard everywhere!


Watch the Metroboard Slim Electric Longboard in Action!

Speed and Braking Control by Wireless Remote

New Mini RC RF Remote shipping with all Metroboard Orders!

Proportional Speed and Braking Control and Reverse for a super responsive ride on the Metroboard Electric Skateboard.

Wheel Options

Choose between our 83 mm and 97 mm Genuine ABEC-11 Brand CLEAR RED (75A) Wheels.  Both are premium high-end skateboard wheels.  These high performance high rebound wheels absorb road vibration much better than other low-grade wheels on the market, making for a super smooth ride! The 83 mm Wheels are best for carving and recreational use.  They also reduce the weight of the board a bit (1 lb / 0.45 kg). The 97 mm Wheels are best for ground clearance (e.g., transitions between street and sidewalk) and tackling rougher pavement, when using the board for transportation.  The drive wheel comes with a long lasting precision machined aluminum pulley which can be rotated between the wheels to ensure even wear.


We are so certain you are going to love the Metroboard Electric Skateboard much more than any other motorized skateboard out there, that we offer a 7-Day Money Back Guarantee!  If for any reason you are not satisfied, just return the Metroboard Electric Skateboard within 7 days of receiving it and we will refund 100% of your purchase price (less shipping costs)!  Please contact us for an RMA before shipping your board back!  The only condition is that you ride your Metroboard Electric Skateboard on clean smooth surfaces and return it in resalable condition.

Customer Reviews

Our 9 year excellent track record proves both the Metroboard’s initial high performance as well as its long term durability.  We offer top-notch customer support as well to keep you up and running whether you are a brand new customer or a long term one!  Check out our 5-Star Metroboard Electric Skateboard Reviews!

Spare Electric Skateboard Parts

We stock a variety of spare electric skateboard parts including wheels, timing belts, chargers, remotes, and every other part of the electric skateboard!  We honestly don’t sell a lot of spare parts due to the super high quality of our components which are designed to last a long time (typically 2-3 years)!  Nonetheless, we’ll have them ready for you to make sure your Metroboard Electric Skateboard is always up and running!


We offer a 6 month warranty, and even beyond that we offer fair prices on any repair or spare part needs.


Read the instructions to learn about all the rich features of the Metroboard Electric Skateboard.

International Shipping

We ship Worldwide! Please contact us for a price quote.

College Student Discount:

College Students can get $50 off the pricing above.  Please contact us for more info.

Order Notes:

In most cases, we ship within 1 week, but each Metroboard Electric Skateboard is built to order so please allow up to 2 weeks for your order to ship. In our busier seasons, please allow up to 3 weeks to build and ship.  If you have a more urgent need, please contact us and we will do our best to expedite your order. US Ground Shipping costs of $45-$55 will be automatically added to your order, depending on the model.

Return Policy:

Returns are only allowed within 7 days of receipt of the product. Do not send the product back without contacting us for an RMA first. For a full refund, the product must be returned in like-new resalable condition. Shipping costs (both ways) are not refundable. Kef Tech has complete discretion as to whether it will accept a return and how much of a refund will be allowed. Kef Tech may reduce the refunded amount due to wear and tear and/or damage to the product. Enjoy the freedom of your new electric skateboard! You will find this beats any motorized skateboard on the market!



ABEC-11 83 MM Flywheels (75A), CLEAR RED, ABEC-11 97 MM Flywheels (75A), CLEAR RED+$50

Deck Size

41″ LONG X 10″ WIDE

Truck Size

10in Axle Width, 184 mm Hanger Width Caliber II 50 deg Reverse Kingpin Trucks


15.4 lbs (7.0 kg) 83 mm wheels / 10 mile Battery, 15 mile adds 1.2 lbs (0.54 kg), 20 mile adds 2.4 lbs (1.1 kg), 40 mile adds 7.4 lbs (3.4 kg), 97 mm wheels add 1.0 lb (0.45 kg)


10 miles (16 km), 15 miles (24 km), 20 miles (32 km), or 40 miles (64 km) depending on battery pack choice

Battery Capacity

36V 6AH Lithium Slim Battery (15 mile range) +$50, 36V 8AH Lithium Slim Battery (20 mile range) +$150, 36V 16AH Lithium Slim Battery (40 mile range) +$350

Top Speed

24 mph (38 km/h), with variable speed from 2 mph (3km/h) to 24 mph (38 km/h)


3000 Watt Peak / 600 Watt Continuous Brushless 6374 Outrunner Motor




3 hour smart charger, worldwide voltage 100VAC-240VAC, UL listed

Remote Control

Wireless Mini RC RF Pocket Size Remote

Battery Gauge

High Accuracy Audible Battery Gauge activated by the Wireless Remote Control: 4 beeps: 75-100% capacity, 3 beeps: 50-75%, 2 beeps 25-50%, 1 beep 0-25%


Warns passersby, activated by the Wireless Remote Control

Power Levels

Adjustable Power Levels (9 Acceleration / 4 Braking, from Beginner to Advanced), so that rider can fine tune according to their personal riding comfort and skill level.

Electronics Protection

Thermal and Current Overload Protection


Two High Power 1 Watt Pulsing Rear (RED) and Front (WHITE) LEDs enhance rider visibility at night, and illuminate the road ahead of you!

Power Transmission

18 mm Wide Timing Belt

Min Rider Age

16 years old

Energy Efficiency

1500 Miles/Gallon (mpg, Equivalent Electrical Energy), compare to a Toyota Prius Hybrid Car which gets 50 mpg (1/30 of the efficiency of the Metroboard Electric Skateboard)

Energy Costs

$0.0005/mile, compare to a Toyota Prius $0.08/mile (160 times the energy costs of the Metroboard Electric Skateboard)


6 months


in the USA


2 Watt Lights, 10 Watt Lights +$100


Video Content

5.00 out of 5

3 reviews for 41″ Metroboard Slim Electric Longboard – STEALTH EDITION

  1. 5 out of 5

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    I received the Metroboard 41-inch single drive with 97 mm ABEC Flywheels, default bearings, and a 20 mile battery a couple weeks ago.

    Where to start – this board is a dream. I love it immensely. I use it to commute to and from work, and I don’t even worry about bringing the battery. I just check the forecast to make sure there’s no rain, and I’m good to go. I’ve cut my commute time from 25 minutes to 12 minutes. I leave home later and arrive at work earlier. It’s amazing.

    When I first started using the board, the idea of top speed scared the crap out of me. 24 mph is nothing to scoff at. I definitely recommend practicing in a flat parking lot where you have room to figure out how it turns, how acceleration works, etc. I have a lot of longboarding experience, so I got the hang of it in a couple days and now top speed feels slow on the straight-aways! I would suggest not doing top speed until you learn how to control “speed wobbles” because you could easily get thrown off the board. If you’re cruising at top speed the entire time, you won’t get the full battery distance. But the battery does recharge itself if you brake when going down hills (Which you should be doing), so you can get a LOT of distance out of it even at top speed. When starting from a standstill, I would do a push start before accelerating. The board, even with one motor, has a lot of torque. If you’re not prepared for that it will take off from under you into traffic.

    The remote is the next thing I want to talk about. It’s pretty easy to get the hang of. This is the newer, less complicated remote. Pull in on the trigger to go, push out on the trigger to stop. When you’re going, holding it in on place will maintain that speed. When you let the trigger return to neutral, the board will start slowing down. Like driving a car, I suggest releasing the gas for a short distance before engaging the brake. You can check battery level during your ride by turning a small wheel with your thumb which is great. I always know what I’m working with.

    There are some things you can’t get around. The board is heavy. But based on the build quality, I’m not surprised or upset. I carry it by the rear trucks next to the motor and I have no problems. If you’re really struggling, you can carry it like a suitcase and have the front wheels roll on the ground behind you (You may have to slouch a bit if you’re tall). I have run over cracks and rocks and potholes that would toss me on a normal board, and this takes them with ease and the motor doesn’t even choke. The lights on the board are excellent. At dusk (I don’t ride much at night) the lights let you see what’s coming up, but more importantly they give you visibility to others. The lights also suggest to the people around you that this isn’t a normal longboard.

    On that note, be prepared to answer a LOT of questions. People will want to talk to you about it ALL the time. How fast does it go? How far does it go? How much did it cost? On that last note, when I ask people to guess they shoot for $1500, which was definitely more than I paid.

    The last thing I want to talk about is the most important. The customer service is the best I’ve ever had from any company EVER. I doubt Ilan is the person actually responding to every email, but it’s his name on every email. I have never gone more than 24 hours without a response to an email, and I have sent A LOT of them. He’ll answer any question you have, watch videos you send him of your board making a noise that makes you nervous, all of it. You really know you’re working with professionals who just want you to enjoy the board and aren’t trying to milk more money out of you. He has videos explaining all the troubleshooting and maintenance you’d need to do so you don’t have to mail off the board until it’s necessary.

    This board is worth the money. It’s insanely durable, it’s fast, it’s a smooth ride, and the support you get shows the true dedication Metroboard has. Worth every penny.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    After alot of research and emailing back and forth with Ilan I finally decided on metroboard for its quality build and great customer service. After owning the board for about 6 months I feel like I can give this board a great review. I got the 40 mile battery back with the upgraded wheels and bearings. Totally worth the upgrade big wheels and smooth bearings. I’ve only encountered small issues which was fixed easily. The trucks were a bit squeaky at first since it was new few shavings of wax fixed it right up. Battery calibration was off ilan told me the instructions to re calibrate it and it worked fine. Over all I feel like this board is built like a tank and will last a while. I’ve never depleted the batteries whole 40 miles but it is nice to ride without worrying about how far I’ve gone. The new RF remote is very responsive never had any disconnecting issues whatsoever. Only complaint is that it is on the heavier side but that’s what comes with the huge batteries. Overall I would highly recommend this board.

  3. 5 out of 5

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    I’ve finally completed enough time & mileage (about 2 months & 100 miles) with my Metroboard Slim Stealth to give a review. I purchased one with a 40 mile battery pack and 97mm wheels at an unfortunate cost of about $1600. Pricey I know, but so far…completely worth it.

    Board Design:

    The board is insanely heavy at 25lbs. This is mostly due to the extra batteries needed in order to achieve 40 miles in a single run. You are not gonna wanna carry this board for more than a block or two without a sling unless you’re looking to get some weight training in between rides. There is a 10, 15, & 20 mile version though with the 10 miler weighing in at a more reasonable 15-16 lbs (and a more reasonable $1150 price tag) depending on your wheel size choice. The board looks & feels like a tank. If the military designed an electric skateboard this would be it. The design and color scheme are minimalist. There’s lights you can switch on & off for night riding visibility. The board will also communicate it’s status (battery level, technical issues, etc) with you via audible beeps so you don’t have to take your eyes of the road. This is board that’s built for its job and nothing else. There’s no flash or excess…this board was built to get you where you’re going or die trying. The board is loooong at 41”x10”, but it suits me perfectly at 6’4”. It’s one of the few boards I can achieve a nice wide stance on. It’s metal & wood with no unnecessary plastic. They didn’t cut corners or cheap out to keep costs down. It’s never had once hiccup whatsoever & has been nothing but rock solid reliable. Taken it on everything from Chicago’s Lakefront Trail on 20 mile runs to rush hour commuting in the heart of downtown. Bridges, rough pavement, crappy sidewalk, smooth bike lanes…this board has seen it all & taken it with ease. It’s definitely a high dollar item but it has construction that matches. The 40 mile range is as advertised.


    A slightly slimmer than usual 2A brick style charger. It takes about 3-4 hours to fully charge the 40 mile pack…so quite fast considering the size of the batteries. There’s no fan which I’m thankful for & the power cord is removable so it can be stowed in a large jacket pocket or backpack easily. If you get the 40 mile version though you’ll never need to worry about charging at your destination or running out of juice again.


    My biggest issue with the Metroboard is the remote. It’s probably the most unique aspect of the board and people are either gonna love it or hate it. Instead of a bluetooth remote, which is the industry standard, the Metroboard has an IR remote with cruise control. Metroboard opted to go with IR instead of Bluetooth to avoid dropouts which IMO is a mixed bag. The remote looks like an obese Nintendo Wiimote & instead of a slider for braking & acceleration has two buttons on the front for each. Operation works by depressing the accelerator button & then ramping up the speed by moving a joystick on the top of the remote forward. Once you reach your desired speed, you let go of the joystick, & you will maintain that speed until you let go of the accelerator. Braking works in a similar fashion. You can also check your battery level by flicking the joystick up or activate the completely too quiet & basically worthless bell flicking it down. The biggest issue with the IR remote is that you have to keep it in your lead hand and have the transmitter pointed towards the receiver at the front of the board or it won’t work. If it’s cloudy, dusk, or night you can just point it in the general direction of the receiver but in bright daylight you’ve got to be a little more precise. Additionally, there’s a whole procedure you’ll have to follow if you ride with other Metroboarders so your remotes work properly as you can’t all be on the same frequency. While I applaud the developers for trying to come up with a solution for bluetooth remote disconnections, I never actually experienced any with either of my other boards (Marbel or Yuneec), so it was never really an issue for me to begin with. I definitely hated the remote when I first tried it because I often kept the remote on my other boards in my rear hand & was used to the slider type remote. As time has gone on though I’ve really come to love the Metroboard remote. The cruise control function is perfect for long cruises & lessens finger fatigue. I also really appreciate how the remote is always on & I don’t have to power on the board and the remote and wait for them to sync before taking off. I also like that the remote has a removable power source (three AAA’s or you can order a rechargeable Lithium pack from Metroboard) so if the internal battery dies you don’t have to buy a whole new remote. I still think that the slider design is easier to access for the general population but Metroboard’s remote has a lot of things going for it. I think the ideal remote would be the exact same Metroboard design but with Bluetooth instead of IR.


    Smooth…really really buttery smooth. The board in the 40mi/97mm wheel configuration rides like a dream. It’s extremely stable but I still get enough feedback from the road that I don’t get a false sense of comfort. The 97mm wheels are a must for anyone who’s going to be riding through a large metropolitan area with rough pavement & transitioning from sidewalk to street frequently. The 10” Caliber II Kingpin trucks are robust but coupled with the perfect concavity of the board allow the it to carve surprisingly well for its giant size. The board allows significant customization of your acceleration & braking. You can choose from 9 different acceleration sensitivities & 4 different braking modes so you can really fine tune the board to your liking. Acceleration is smooth overall & the board has a surprising amount of torque for a single 18mm belt design. The board maxes out at 20mph (which is fast enough for 90% of my riding) and will do it in as little as 2 seconds depending on the acceleration mode. Hill climbing is shockingly easy as taking a 15% grade hill was a breeze. Braking is perfectly done. Hitting the red brake button will slowly bring you to a stop & pressing the brake while pushing forward on the joystick will bring you to a halt very quickly. Kickpushing the board if the batteries die is next to impossible in the 40mi configuration due to the weight but might be more realistically possible in the 10-15mi versions.

    Customer Service:

    Not something I normally think about since my other two boards are a Yuneec E-Go and a Marbel. The Yuneec is a Chinese board so CS is basically nonexistent and Marbel just has Misti, the only CS person working there as far as I can tell, and they’re slow & difficult to reach…not to mention have the worst reputation in the business. Marbel tries I guess but it consistently disappoints me. Metroboard on the other hand, has what I’ve found to be one of the best CS out of almost any business I’ve come across ever. Every time I’ve emailed them whether it’s been a question about the board or advice on accessories they’ve responded the same day sometimes within the same hour of my email. I was particularly happy when after inquiring which longboard sling they recommended for the board, they threw in one for free! Granted they’re a small company with a small consumer base, but the level of attention & dedication to their customers impresses me. From what I’ve heard from other Metroboard owners, any issues that arise with the board are handled promptly & they try to allow you with their guidance to fix the board yourself before having to send it back in so you lose as little time with the board as possible. Parts are available once you’re outside of the 6 month warranty period for a very reasonable prices & shipping is fast.


    It’s a near perfect board for the serious electric skateboard enthusiast & it’s built to last. The range is unparalleled, the construction is superb, & the ride is spectacular. If you’re looking for a rock solid board that will get you around without fail this is it. It doesn’t have insane speed like Longhaired Boy or the Evolve GT & it isn’t super lightweight like Stary or Marbel but it’s just excellent all around. Additionally, hardly any company save Boosted takes care of its customers as well as Metroboard does. The Metroboard IMO is an underrated, underappreciated gem.

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