Boosted Board Used


Boosted Board Used – some information you need to know

Nobody wants to buy anything that has already been used. But nowadays, trash is prohibitively pricey.

Everyone would prefer have a brand new boosted board with no scratches and a bad battery than a used boosted board used with scratches and a bad battery.

Unfortunately, brand new products are much more expensive, thus many people are forced to acquire old items.

However, not all used objects are filthy! Take a look at automobiles. In 2021, 40 million used automobiles were sold in the United States, accounting for 70% of all car sales.

Electric skateboards aren’t any different.

As a result, we must ask, should you buy a used Boosted Board?

  • Let’s take a closer look.

Where Can You Purchase A Pre-Owned Boosted Board?

There are numerous options available. You can now buy almost anything on the internet (and I really mean that).

  • Website of Boosted

What better place to acquire a used Boosted Board than directly from the manufacturer?

Boosted offers a special page for the sale of their “refurbished boards.”

Why should you buy a secondhand board from us? Because you can put your trust in it.

On their website, Boosted claims that

“Our staff in California has cleaned, repaired, and sent all refurbished boards through our rigorous, multi-point quality control procedure to assure optimal safety standards.”

And don’t worry, the renovated boards aren’t old and ancient dinosaurs. They’ve just been used for 30 days or fewer, but “they’re ready for more!” according to Boosted.

So, how much do refurbished boards cost on Boosted’s website?

It’s quite affordable! The following are the prices:

  • Mini S Boosted – $599 ($150 savings)
  • Mini X Boosted – $799 ($200 discount)
  • Boosted Plus – $1,119 (savings of $280)
  • Enhanced Stealth – $1,279 ($320 off)

These prices are, of course, only available for a short time and are subject to change, so check back often!

Facebook Marketplace is a platform that allows you to sell

You should definitely check out Facebook Marketplace if you haven’t already.

Facebook will do all of the legwork for you and locate all of the local listings in your chosen location.

On Facebook Marketplace, you can find almost anything for almost anything, and at some fairly excellent prices.

A quick search on the marketplace for “Boosted Board” yielded a plethora of results in the area.

There are a few things you should be aware of in the marketplace:

Both parties must arrange for the sale and payment: Unlike eBay or Amazon, Facebook does not organize the transaction. You must make contact with the individual(s) and handle the situation on your own.

Don’t rely on shipping: Don’t accept the seller’s offer to ship the board to you. To avoid being scammed on both ends, all transactions should be done in person.

Buyer protection exists, but don’t take the chance: On Facebook Marketplace, 99 percent of the people are actual good people. However, a small percentage of people will try to defraud you. Despite the fact that there is buyer protection, don’t allow it get to that. Protect yourself by using common sense.

Meet in a public place: If you’ve chosen to get together to buy/look at a Boosted Board, do it in a public location. Most police stations have meets in their parking lots, which are monitored by cameras and are extremely secure. If possible, try to meet there.

Test it out: Before you pay the vendor for a Boosted Board on Facebook Marketplace, see if you can check it and take it for a spin. You don’t want to pay the person, leave, and then discover the board isn’t even turned on. Don’t leave without doing a test!

  • Amazon

Amazon isn’t the best location to buy pre-owned items. Almost everything on Amazon is brand new and never used.

I did come across a few of used Boosted Boards being sold by other sellers, but they were practically the same price as buying them new from Boosted’s website.

What is the moral of the story?

Don’t buy old and only buy new on Amazon.

  • Ebay

While the large auction-style marketplace is famed for its antiques and vintage items, the truth is that you can find almost anything.

Boosted Boards are included in this.

After a brief check of the completed and sold products, I discovered a couple used Boosted Boards that were reasonably priced.

  • A Boosted Stealth – $1,000 plus $24 for shipment
  • A Boosted Stealth – $820 plus $40 for shipment
  • $600 for a Boosted Mini S with free shipping
  • A Boosted Plus – $890 plus $26 for shipping
  • A Boosted Mini X – $710 plus $67 for shipment

The list of discounts and offers goes on and on! What matters is that you are aware that there are good bargains to be found on eBay.

A word of caution: Even though eBay offers buyer protection, you may still receive a product that is damaged or does not match the description. While you will receive a refund, no one likes to deal with the trouble of returning a goods (especially a heavy-duty Boosted Board) to its original owner. Disputes on eBay might be confusing at times, but they usually favor the buyer. Just be cautious, use common sense, and exercise caution!


Craigslist is a lot like Facebook Marketplace, although it’s a little riskier.

There are local listings and meetups for almost anything you can think of.

Except that there is no buyer protection on Craigslist.

So really do your research before dropping $1,300 on a Boosted Stealth you happen to find on the site.

If you want to be safe on Craigslist, use the same steps as on Facebook Marketplace.

  • •Meetup in a safe area
  • •Avoid having the board shipped to you by the seller.
  • •Try out the board before purchasing it.
  • •Use Paypal or another payment service that has a fraud prevention scheme.

Since Paypal has a protection program, you can use it to your advantage. If the board you get breaks down or was not as described you can open a case within 180 days of purchase.

That’ll give you more than enough time to dispute the issue with Paypal. Just be sure to give all the evidence you can about the seller and the board if it comes down to something like this.


Probably the safest and most effective way you can buy any boosted board used 

Friends are trustworthy and reliable, unless it’s a really shitty friend (then they shouldn’t be your friend.) If your friend has a Boosted Board and has owned it for over a year, you might be in luck. Ask your friend if they’d be willing to sell the board. They may say no, but hey, just give it a shot.

I’d be more than willing to sell some of my boards I no longer regularly use to a friend. And I’d give them a discount. Your friend may do the same.


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