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Here's a list of frequently asked questions. If there's something you don't see answered in this list, please get in touch and we'd happy to help answer any questions we can!

Jed Boards

The Jed Jr weighs 6.2kg/13.67lb. The Jed Board (Dual) weighs 6.4kg/14.11lb. The Jed Board (AWD) weighs 8.2kg/18.08lb

The standard Jed Board deck is 42"/106cm long. The Jed Jr deck is 34.5"/88cm long.

All Jed Boards have a top speed of 40km/hr (24.85mph) with the standard 80mm Orangatang Kegels. If customers upgrade to the larger Boa Constrictor wheels, they can see top speed increases up to 48km/h.

The Jed Board battery pack features Sony/Murata Lithium-ion cells rated at 144Wh. It uses a custom designed BMS (Battery Management System) to ensure that the cells are always protected. It's housed in a fire proof enclosure to keep you safe at all times.

The Jed Board is comprised of many parts from around the world, however, final assembly is done in our factory based in Shenzhen, China.

You can use the 80mm Orangatang Kegel, 85mm Orangatang Caguama, 90mm Boa Hatchlings and 100mm Boa Constrictor wheels.

The nano lubricant used in the Jed Drive is designed to bond with the metal from the gears and should last on average around 1000km depending on how you ride. You can bring the board in for a quick lubrication to your local service centre. We will also sell lubrication kits for self maintenance.

Yes, you can travel with the Jed Board. The battery on the Jed Board is rated at 144Wh which can be carried onboard for most air travel. Most airlines allow you to carry 2 x 160wh battery packs with you not contained in equipment. This means you can carry a Jed Board Dual plus an extra battery or a Jed Board AWD. Due to the ever changing landscape around air travel and batteries the airline/airport will have the final say.

The Jed Board is IP65 certified. This means it is sealed for dust and dirt and can withstand water from all directions. Whilst you can ride in the wet, we really don't recommend it for safety reasons.

It takes 45 minutes to reach 80% charge from empty. A full charge can take up to 90 minutes.

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