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ZBoard launches crowdfunding campaign for its San Francisco Special, pre-orders start at $1,199

Sean Buckley, @seaniccus
September 24, 2013
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Remember that snazzy special edition electric skateboard we saw roll out at Expand? It's almost ready for launch: ZBoard has launched a Dragon Innovation crowdfunding campaign for its San Francisco Special. Although the limited edition ZBoard's specs haven't changed since earlier this year (20-mile range at 19 MPH) its facade has been given a few tweaks. In addition to wearing a brighter shade of orange, the San Francisco Special now features LED headlights, working tail lights and digitally printed grip tape with a redesigned skyline of its namesake city. Of course, getting your hands on one of the special boards isn't cheap, pre-orders for the electric-powered maple decks start at $1,199. Current ZBoard owners will be able to upgrade, jumping from a ZBoard Pro to the San Francisco Special for $399, or tuning up a Classic for $699. Looking for a new ride? Check out the team's crowdfunding video after the break, or skip on down to the source link to pitch in.

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