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Watch: Inboard M1 Walkthrough with CEO Ryan Evans (plus shipping progress update)


August 25, 2016 — Santa Cruz, CA

The folks at Inboard say:

“We’ve received a number of requests asking about different aspects of the final production M1, and we feel the best way to answer most of those questions was to show everyone the M1 ‘in person’ at the same time. Inboard CEO and Co-Founder Ryan Evans walks through all of the features, details, and specifications of the M1 in the video below.”

Can’t wait? Here’s the shipping schedule update:

We know everyone is very anxious to get their M1, and we wish we could get them all to you immediately. However, as with any new product, we’re working through the idiosyncrasies of scaling up the manufacturing process. Currently we are building all M1 Electric Skateboards in house until we have every detail mastered. Due to our rigorous quality control process, we’re not ready to turn over the manufacturing to our factory. This means the volume of boards we can produce will remain limited until we finalize our assembly process. The volume is less than initially expected, however we are maintaining a high overall consistency and quality in product assembly each day. We plan to accelerate production as we go.

We are still shipping the M1 in the order that we received the purchase. The revised shipping schedule is …

Read Inboard’s shipping progress report.



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