What Boosted Board Should I Get? Which One’s Right For Me?

On the Boosted website, you can buy one of four Boosted Boards right now.

  1. Boosted Stealth
  2. Boosted Plus
  3. Boosted Mini X
  4. Boosted Mini S

Many people would love to have a Boosted Board, but the price keeps a lot of them from getting one.

The price of Boosted is not low.

The Stealth is the most expensive model, costing a whopping $1,599.

The Mini S, which costs $749, is the least expensive model.

So, when you buy your first Boosted board, it’s important to choose the right one, not just for you but also for your wallet.

Let’s go into more detail and find the right board for you.

What Are The Deciding Factors?

Everyone is influenced by different things before they buy an electric skateboard.

Here are some of the ones we’ll look at:

  • Price
  • Speed
  • Range
  • Hill Climb Rate
  • Deck Size

The Boosted Stealth

This is the most expensive board that Boosted makes, and it is a beast.

It can do the following things:

  • 24 mph top speed
  • 14 mile range
  • 25% hill climb rate

The 38-inch super-flex deck makes it easy to turn and gives you better control of the board. It’s also not that heavy at 17 pounds compared to other competitors.

The only problem is that it costs $1,599. You could take a nice trip to the Caribbean with that money.

It also has four different ride modes that you can choose from based on where you are.

Great board, but a bit too expensive.

Do you need to buy this board? I’m not interested…

The Boosted Plus

Everyone who e-skates fell in love with Boosted’s first board.

It’s not as good as the Stealth, but not by much, and it still works well.

  • 22 mph top speed
  • 14 mile range
  • 25% hill climb rate

Like the Stealth, it has a 17-pound net weight and a 38-inch super flex deck. This thing is easy to drive because it has a tight turning circle and smooth steering and suspension.

Again, at $1,399, this board is a little pricey.

The only real difference between this and the Stealth is that the Plus has four ride modes instead of five, and its top speed is 2 mph slower.

It’s a much better deal for $200 less.

Do you need to buy this board? Yes, it’s still expensive, but it’s a great option.

Boosted Mini X

It’s called “Mini” for a reason.

Customers of Boosted had been asking for a while for a smaller, more portable e-board that was also cheaper for them to buy.

Boosted finally came out with the Mini Series. Two boards with deck lengths of 29.5 inches, which were less bulky and easier to carry when not in use.

The Mini X also performs very well:

  • 20 mph top speed
  • 14 mile range
  • 25% hill climb rate

The best part was that it cost less: $999 on the Boosted website.

Still expensive, but on the right track.

Do you need to buy this board? Yes, especially if you like small things.

Boosted Mini S

Finally, a Boosted Board that wasn’t too expensive and was liked by a lot of riders when it came out.

It’s the same size as the Mini X, and there’s not much difference between the two boards when you look at them (besides color).

On the other hand, performance is very important:

  • 18 mph
  • 7 mile range
  • 25% hill climb rate

The 7-mile range is what turns off so many riders. Too many riders, not enough room.

It costs $749, which is less than half of what some other Boosted models cost.

Do I need to buy this board? No, the range is so short that it costs $749. Don’t bother.

So, what kind of board should I get?

In the end, it’s up to you to decide what to do.

What you need to know is given above.


You should choose between two clear winners. The Boosted Mini X and the Boosted Plus.

The Stealth is being taken off the market because it costs too much.

And the Mini S is out because it doesn’t have a good range.

So, we only have the Plus and the Mini X left.

Which one you buy depends on whether you want the best performance with a long, flexible deck or a smaller, more portable, and cheaper option.

The Plus:

  • Great performance
  • Has a long deck (38 inches)
  • Costs a lot but is worth it ($1,399)

The Mini X:

  • For a small board, it performs very well.
  • Has a small, firm, tight deck (29.5 inches)
  • Is the second least expensive option ($999)

Neither choice is really a bad one.

When you get your board in the mail, you won’t be disappointed.