You can imagine how well the idea went down when someone suggested adding a motor to a pair of roller-skates. The techies and designers at spnKiX made every skater’s dreams come true when they launched their range of motorised skates.
The hardware and electronics are built into a fibre reinforced frame of each skate and controlled with a wireless remote control. Both skates cruise at the same speed and you can even amp it up to 10mph. You might want to make use of the training wheels while you learn how to control the throttle and how to stop. spnKiX can be slowed down in two different ways: You can take your finger off of the hand held controller which will slow you down pretty quickly. You can also use the stopper located on the heel, which replaces the training wheel, to slow you down. This works similar to the brake on a pair of roller skates.
The skates are powered by a battery pack that takes on average two to three hours to charge. Battery packs are also sold separately so you won’t lose out on valuable skating fun.