Mini Penny Board WORKER Pico 17" with Light Up Wheels - Blue Board, Yellow Wheels
Short plastic skateboard for junior skateboarders, anti-slip deck surface, kicktail cruiser well suited for tarmac surfaces.
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Mini Penny Board WORKER Pico 17" with Light Up Wheels
Mini Penny Board WORKER Pico 17" with Light Up Wheels is a plastic skateboard. It is smaller than classic skateboards and therefore easy to handle by the youngest of riders (recommended age is 3+ years). It provides an ideal and stylish introduction to freestyle and the street community.
The penny board’s wheels light up when it starts moving. You need no batteries; the diodes are powered by the magnetic force generated by the spinning wheels. The underside of the board lights up as well, with multiple colours. With Penny Board WORKER Pico, you’ll be entirely visible at night or in the dark.
The crosshatch on the deck surface prevents the user from slipping while the sturdy aluminium trucks and high-quality lightweight ABEC 7 bearings make for a swift and enjoyable ride. Thanks to its low weight and compact size, you can easily carry Penny Board WORKER Pico with you under your arm or in a backpack. As a kicktail cruiser, it is best suited for transport through urban areas or school grounds. However, it can also be used for recreational rides and simple tricks. Your child will have a lot of fun with this adorable little board.
- Kicktail cruiser suitable for tarmac surfaces
- Extremely durable PP plastic deck
- Anti-slip crosshatch on the surface
- Deck parameters: 43 x 13 cm
- Trucks: 3", aluminium alloy
- Bushing: 85A, black
- Wheels: 54 x 35 mm, round edges
- Wheel material: PU rubber, LED diodes (red, yellow, blue), transparent
- Wheel hardness: 82A
- Bearings: ABEC 7 Carbon
- Weight limit: 40 kg
- Weight: 1.22 kg
- Recommended age: 3+ (protection gear required)
Mini Penny Board WORKER Pico 17" with Light Up Wheels - Product parameters
The length of the board is basically the length of the entire item. The longer the board, the more space there is. On the other hand, shorter boards are easier to carry around. The length is usually given in inches. 1 inch = 2.54 cm.
Boards are usually made of wood. The highest quality you can get is Canadian maple. Other types of wood present more affordable options.
The cheapest option are boards made of PVC or other plastic material. Aside from price, their advantage lies also in high durability. However, we recommend them mainly for beginners, only occasional riders and children. They are also not really suitable for stunts. The exception are penny boards, where the majority of products is made of plastic.
By observing the weight limit of the product, you significantly increase its service life and prevent it from wearing down prematurely. It is not recommended to exceed this limit.
The ABEC-1 through ABEC-9 scale denotes the presision of the manufacture process. The higher the number, the more precisely the bearings are made (smaller margin). Other scales are used mainly on children's skates.
Wheel hardness between 76A and 90A is ideal for casual skating.
Wheel hardness over 90A is better suitable for speed and race skating.
These days, most skateboard, penny board and longboard wheels are usually made of the same material - polyurethane (PU) with various admixtures. It's because these wheels have good riding qualities and are resistant to damage. Wheels made of PVC are recommended mainly for children. Their advantage is a low price.
The thickness of the board goes hand in hand with the number of layers and material used. The thicker the board, the more durable it is. However, it's also heavier.
To beginners, we recommend using boards of average thickness, starting with a good compromise between weight and durability.
The total weight of the product.