Sam Sheffer, a tech YouTuber and former staffer at The Verge, posted a video on Friday revealing some unreleased merchandise from the now-defunct electrical skateboard startup Boosted, whose belongings have been acquired by scooter firm Lime and many of the firm’s remaining stock was obtained by a retailer in San Francisco. Sheffer reveals photographs and photographs of two bikes, a super-powered electrical skateboard, a board with Tony Hawk’s Birdhouse model, a board with an LED mild ring across the edge, and extra.
The 2 totally different bike fashions had been referred to as the “Bullet” and “P2,” in accordance with Sheffer, and they seem like electrical bikes. Nevertheless, it’s not clear what kind of throttle the bikes used. It’s additionally unclear what the variations had been between the 2 fashions, although the Bullet appears to be like to have an even bigger battery than the P2. You possibly can check out the bikes within the image beneath:
Sheffer additionally obtained what seems to be a mockup of a board referred to as the “Boosted Final,” which appears to be like like a super-powered Boosted longboard. It appears to have 4 motors, one by every wheel, which might doubtless have given it quick acceleration and a excessive high velocity.
And right here’s a have a look at that Birdhouse-branded board, because of an image obtained by Sheffer. It appears to be like sort of like a Boosted Mini, and I actually just like the blue trim and normal design of the board.
Boosted was additionally engaged on a scooter referred to as the “Boosted Scoot.” Sheffer put the Scoot subsequent to final 12 months’s Rev scooter within the beneath photograph. Though there are some clear beauty variations, it’s exhausting to know precisely how the Scoot might have differed from the Rev, and Sheffer stated he’s unsure if Boosted really made any prototypes of the Scoot.
Sheffer additionally had photographs of the “Boosted Little,” which appears to be like as if it might have been a smaller model of the Boosted V2 electrical skateboard, and a Boosted board with a white LED mild that runs across the fringe of the board. Sheffer shared an image of that LED board, which we have now included beneath. If you’d like one other look, a photograph of a Boosted board with a similar-looking purple LED trim appeared on Reddit earlier this month.