The Mini Skateboard From Karnage

The Mini Skateboard Review
We’ve been looking forward to reviewing this mini skateboard for quite some time, its size makes it an ideal companion to take with you to town, just chuck it in your backpack when you’re done with it and whip it out again when you want to get a move on. It weighs just under 2.5 lb so it’s certainly light enough to carry about in your backpack when you’re not using it.

The build quality of the mini skateboard seems to be top notch, it’s a sturdy little skateboard seemingly ready to take all the abuse you can throw at it (being careful not to injure yourself in the process of course – a feat which may prove more difficult than you might think). Before you embark on your skateboarding adventures just remember that bumps and grazes are all part of the experience.

The griptape on the mini skateboard provides ample traction for your ollies and kickflips. The board has double kick design making it even easier to pull off your tricks. The trucks on the Karnage Mini Skateboard are made of a heavy-duty aluminium which serve to keep the board as light as possible yet sturdy enough to take the abuses of the skatepark. The wheels on the Mini Skateboard are 50mm x 30mm – it looks like standard skateboard wheels would fit, the existing wheels seem pretty hard wearing so you shouldn’t need to replace them any time soon.

All in all this mini skateboard from Karnage is a great purchase guarenteed to provide hours of entertainment. Whether you want a small skateboard to get from A to B, a mini skateboard to practise your tricks on or something serve as an introduction into the world of skateboarding then the Karnage Mini Skateboard is for you.


We’re certainly looking forward to honing our skateboarding skills over the coming months, it might take a few more hours before we can bring you a synchronised skateboarding video but we are determined. In the meantime check out this video showing a Mini Skateboard being put through its paces….

Let us know what you think of the Mini Skateboard in the comments below. Would you like to see one up for grabs in our gadgets competitions section? Let us know!

Peter loves all sorts of gadgets, from tin openers to jet fueled micro lights. He particularly likes any outdoor related gadgets, eco-friendly gadgets and anything photography related.When he's not reviewing gadgets you can find him out walking the hills with his pet tamagotchis

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