Introducing the battery cell that we use in G3, Zealot series, Ranger and now The Hammer

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Introducing the battery cell that we use in G3, Zealot series, Ranger and now The Hammer

The battery brand is Changhong SunPower, certainly not an unknown brand or miscellaneous brand

This battery is not as famous as Panasonic, Sanyo or Samsung, but it has a huge factory with an annual turnover of US $500 million USD, and we have used it since 2019 without any problems

We have mentioned our cell model, battery structure and capacity in great detail on the detail pages of all products, which you can find at our website
We will never hide anything from consumers (point out the parameter on the Keith’s GIANT iPad). You can see here, and you can clearly see the size of the cell.

Let’s look at the HAMMER. We clearly marked the conditions for our test endurance (show the website on iPad). 80kg rider, 30-35km / h, flat road.
The endurance data without specifics of the test conditions is unreliable
Backfire is always transparent about our data, we never hide information and never deceive consumers
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Where is board ship from?
Boards in the EU ship from depo in Hamburg, Germany and Boards in the USA ship from our LA office and they also deal with service and support. Our main manufacturing and development office is in the Shenzhen region of China.

How do I pair the remote with the board?
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Can Backfire be used like a normal skateboard when it’s out of power?
Yes, our boards are totally push friendly and will ride like a traditional skateboard when not on the throttle or when there is no battery.

Is my Backfire board waterproof?
The waterproof level of Backfire boards is IP55.
Riding over small puddles will not damage the board, nor will riding in light rain, however never submerge the board in the water and stop riding if the conditions lead to standing water on roads or track.
When you have finished riding in wet conditions it’s important to dry the board off with a rag and then spin the wheels using the motor and remote for two minutes to remove any access water. If the board did go through deeper standing water it may be a good idea to remove the outer case and gentle towel dry any visible water and then leave the board in a warm dry place.
Never leave a wet board upside down in the damp or this can cause the water to bypass the seal and ingress into the electronics. Your remote should also be kept dry and warm after use in the rain.

More questions please check here

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