HaloBoard vs. Inboard: The Best Skateboard To Choose

Both Halo board and Inboard are extremely high-quality skateboards which are popular. However, Halo board seems to have a slight edge in the skateboard community. Here we compare the two boards’ side-by-side to help you make an informed decision on which board is the best for you.

Average Ratings9.78.4
Top Speed22 mph / 35 kph22 mph / 35 kph
Battery Range12 miles7 miles
Board Weight14.lbs14.5 lbs. / 6.57 kg
Max Rider Capacity286 lbs250 lbs. / 113.3 kg
Braking SystemElectronic Regenerative BrakingElectronic Regenerative Braking
Charge Time180 minutes90 minutes
Hill Grade25%18%
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How does it feel to ride the Halo Board Skateboard and Inboard Skateboard

SpeedHalo Board has a decent speed and is among the top scoring boards in terms of speed when compared to its counterparts like Inboard M1.The board rides very well even at high speeds. But The M1 does slightly lack the speed of its counterparts
RangeIt delivers a solid performance up to almost 15 miles and offers a much better range compared to other skateboards in the market. A person of heavier build might get a slightly lesser range.A range of 7-10 miles was the average life we got from the battery, slightly lower than the HaloBoard.
RideWhen tested on bumpy and rough terrains, it doesn’t offer a smooth ride as expected with a slightly lackluster performance. However, on flat ground, this is one of the best boards and the performance was reasonably smooth and pleasing.It feels smooth, high tech and cruising along is hassle-free on a smooth road. The stiffness of the board helps taking curves at a good speed and would be enjoyed by enthusiasts.


Other Notable Features we lovedThe carbon fiber is lightweight with a nice, sleek look. The board is more balanced and easy to carry around since the batteries are fitted directly into the deck.

Most other skateboards we tried has a noisy electric whine during acceleration, but Halo Board has an almost silent motor.

 The illuminating lights are good in dark streets and the range offered is good on a single charge.

The swappable battery is mind-blowing and makes changing batteries a breeze.

Pros and Cons of the Boards



  • Light-weight and easy to carry around
  • Durable
  • Good, in-wheel motor with one of the best electric board features
  • Has an easy-to-use remote
  • Long Lasting Battery
  • Smooth Acceleration and balanced ride
  • Quick response to joysticks


  • Pricey
  • Not a smooth ride on steep hills
  • Brakes aren’t the best
  • Flimsy controller
  • Extremely stiff deck



  • Can be used by amateurs and professionals
  • Sturdy board
  • Easy to swap batteries
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Great Led lights
  • Can be controlled from iPhone
  • Quieter than competitors
  • Maintenance free motors
  • No, wait for accessories


  • Heavy board
  • Remote is average
  • Lower torque because of inbuilt motors

Both the boards are amazing and real value for money! They are suited for amateur as well as professional riders. While we love both, if given a choice to choose one, we would slightly lean towards the HaloBoard due to certain enhanced features. However, the Inboard is a great choice for professionals too and you wouldn’t regret the buy.

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