Electric Jet Surfboard - Onean Carver Review
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Those boards don't work on water! Unless you got power!!! Check out our review of Carver by Onean. Get ready to shred your local lakes. #noboat #noproblem For more information please check out the blog post: https://dudesreviews.com/2017/09/04/onean-carver-electric-surfboard-full-review/ Unboxing Video: https://youtu.be/sbR8I82R7QE Remote Wrist Strap https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01BLUSXBK/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=dudesreviews-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B01BLUSXBK&linkId=fd0969458fc8b07604b30c35724dbf5b Music by: https://www.bensound.com *****The Good***** The Carver is just ridiculously fun to ride. I have gone snowboarding, wind surfing, skateboarding, and wake boarding, but the Carver really is an experience all of its own. Everything seems really well made and built to last. The design of the battery and board were very well thought out. The learning curve for actually riding was not that steep either. Pretty much everyone that gave the Carver a try, were able to enjoy it. It's also definitely a head turner as well. Everyone on the lake wanted to come check it out and see what was going on. It's not everyday you see somebody surfing without waves. *****The Not So Good***** As I stated in the video, it wasn't all sunshine and rainbows especially when we first got the Carver out on the water. We couldn't even get it running the first time we put it in the water. One thing that would have definitely helped our situation was to have a manual included with the kit. Or even a link or QR code to find one online. The problem was that the controller did not maintain a connection to the board. Re-pairing the controller to the board fixed the issue but it seems that every so often you will have to do this. It isn't a tough process but it is pretty annoying when it happens. As far as the battery goes, it would be nicer to get a more run time out of it. But as I said, I do understand. So my suggestion to anyone who is looking to get a Caver, get at least 1 extra battery. It will keep you on the water and would definitely be worth it especially if you are already in a waiting period for your board. *****Is it worth the hassle?***** In the end I am glad that we got the Onean Carver but now we are currently waiting on our extra batteries. If you are fortunate to have a body of water close to you where you can take the board their anytime you want then it definitely makes it more worth the price of admission. If this was something that I only had the privilege of riding maybe a couple times a season, I personally wouldn't do it. But if you have the funds to spare, definitely wont be disappointed as long as you know what to expect and how to operate all of the settings and features.