Teamgee H9 review: smooth and flexible ride for any longboarder

by Chris | Last Updated: September 21, 2021

Teamgee H9













  • Consistent durability across 10 ply Canadian maple deck
  • Smooth rolling across resilient fiberglass and polyurethane wheels
  • Creative deck styles to match passionate personalities
  • 450 mAh lithium battery charges in only 2 hours
  • Travels an average of 10 miles per charge
  • Compact rear-mounted motor


  • Hill climbing can be low at higher weight capacities
  • Some motor sound while running

Longboarding has been around for nearly as long as skateboarding in general, with the unique sub-type originating in 1959 in Hawaii. Using the same formula of a specialized board equipped with roller blade wheels, longboards were progressively designed for aerodynamics and smooth performance, whether for recreation or competition.

Longboarding, and skateboarding in general, continues to evolve with the times, allowing new adopters to bring their own tastes and preferences to the mechanics of the sport. For example, skateboard wheels evolved from hazardous metal to smooth urethane in the 1970s, allowing for an improved experience overall.

Today, that evolution continues and has taken the form of a full functional modification. While skateboards have traditionally been manually operated, recently released, cutting-edge models are beginning to incorporate motorized components in order to further simply the use of skateboards as transportation.

The teamgee H9 electric longboard is a prime example of this revolutionary trend given its ability to maintain the traditional longboard architecture while also tucking in a battery-powered motor. This motor can help its rider zip along at unheard of speeds up to 23 mph and even up hills of around 20% incline.

Motorized skateboards are truly a remarkable evolution of this well-loved sport and models like the teamgee H9 truly demonstrate that you can make the switch without giving up the exceptional quality you’ve come to associate with your traditional manual longboard. This model is for those folks who want to want to make an upgrade without feeling alienated on their own board.

Key Features

Teamgee H9 review

Design & Construction

While these so-called “eboards” are still coming into their own, the majority of their offerings suffer from exceptionally dull deck styles. Often, this is done in order to make them more broadly marketable. The teamgee H9 isn’t trying to impress wannabe boarders, so each and every one of its boards feature visually appealing art that reflect the creativity and passion of their riders.

In terms of general construction though, the teamgee H9 is built to look like and perform like a traditional longboard with a little extra pep in its step. This includes the usual tapered tips and exposed wheels, allowing you to truly take advantage of your downhill momentum.

This model doesn’t cut corners in terms of core construction components, either. The 10 ply Canadian maple deck can hold up to 285 lbs., while the fiberglass and polyurethane wheels are able to remain smooth even after many trips over rough urban roads. Altogether, the teamgee H9 is a well-built longboard that will easily rival its manual cousins’ capabilities.

Motor & Technology

One of the largest drawbacks in eboard design is the implementation of a bulky motor on the bottom side of an otherwise practical skateboard. The teamgee H9 has worked to reduce this additional burden by implementing a single, compact motor on its rear truck. Though small in size, this motor is capable of turning out speeds up to 23 mph.

Longboarders always love the feeling of the wind in their hair as they rocket downhill. But in order to get to the top, you need the kind of torque that the teamgee H9 provides. With its motor fully engaged, this model can climb 20% inclines without the need for extra manual input, allowing you to enjoy every moment on your board.

Technologically speaking, the teamgee H9 is as modern as many of its competitors. Using a hand-held controller, you’ll be able to control the teamgee H9’s acceleration, deceleration, and brake all with just a few button presses. In fact, this model even comes with a cruise control option to simplify your routine transportation needs.

Ride Quality

Simply put, the teamgee H9 provides an exceptionally smooth ride that will fully satisfy most long-term longboarders. This model’s durable fiberglass and polyurethane wheels remain smooth on their exterior, allowing you to glide over urban pavement and sidewalks without any undesirable vibrations.

In addition, the teamgee H9 is one of the only electric longboards to offer built in shock absorbers. These shock absorbers – built from a flexible, yet sturdy aluminum-magnesium alloy –  are able to keep the board steady even at top speeds, ensuring that you glide along without the risk of being thrown off by a sudden drop.

Battery & Charging

In order to keep this electric longboard rolling along at top speeds, the teamgee H9 comes equipped with a 450 mAh lithium battery inside of its main engine compartment. This battery can last from 6 to 8 hours of continuous use, which translates into 9 to 11 miles of range (depending on road conditions).

Charging the teamgee H9’s battery also isn’t a major burden as it is with some other electric skateboards. Using its standard charger, this model can go from totally empty to fully charged in just about 2 hours. As a result, you’ll spend more time on this board than you will waiting by a power outlet.


Through and through, the teamgee H9 is among the best options for longboarders looking to make an upgrade and embrace the effortless power of electric longboarding. Choosing the teamgee H9 doesn’t mean sacrificing style and performance, as this model provides both across its sturdy deck and resilient wheels.

Longboarding is all about speed, which the teamgee H9 can provide with its compact, rear-mounted engine. As you zip along at up to 23 mph, you’ll also be able to apply this model’s built-in torque to travel uphill without the need of ever placing a foot on the ground.

While this model doesn’t rely too heavily on its technology, it does provide some excellent innovations – such as user-operated cruise control – that really help it stand out in the eboarding marketplace. The teamgee H9’s built-in shock absorbers are also a game changer when it comes to providing a smooth ride.

If you’ve ever considered picking up longboarding, the teamgee H9 would be a great place to start as you’ll always have confidence to ride harder and farther atop its arsenal of sturdy and useful components.

How Does It Compare?

In general, there are only a few electric longboards on the market. As a result, the teamgee H9 must often compete with other standard electric skateboards in order to gain the attention of prospective buyers. As such, you may need to compare models across skateboard styles in order to find the best fit for you.

These are just a few of the top models you may also consider purchasing if you like the teamgee H9. Take some time to compare each of these model’s side by side in order to discover which eboard best fits your budget and needs:

teamgee H9 vs Spadger Electric Skateboard D5X Plus

The Spadger Electric Skateboard D5X Plus is a noteworthy competitor for the teamgee H9, likely due to their similar capabilities when it comes to electric longboarding. However, the Spadger Electric Skateboard D5X Plus gains a slight upper hand when it comes to climbing hills, as it is able to traverse up to 30 degree inclines compared to the H9’s 20 degree torque.

Like the teamgee H9, the Spadger Electric Skateboard D5X Plus provides a degree of shock absorption. However, the latter model implements shock absorption through its flexible deck material rather than built in shock absorbers. As such, the Spadger Electric Skateboard D5X Plus is probably best left to competitive longboarders.

teamgee H9 vs teamgee H6

Teamgee doesn’t offer just one electric longboard model and their H6 model is often compared to the H9 in terms of performance. At a core level, both are able to travel a moderate distance -up to 11 miles – on a single charge. Also, both are able to pick up speed effectively, reaching a max speed of 18 mph for H6 and 23 mph for the H9.

However, the most noteworthy difference comes in term of deck construction. While the H9 features tapered edges, the H6 is fully ovular – reminiscent of vintage long boards. As such, longboard users should select one or the other based upon their footing preferences.

teamgee H9 vs Riptide R1X

Though the Riptide R1X is a traditional electric skateboard, it has often drawn comparisons to the teamgee H9 electric longboard. These comparisons may be related to their well-matched top speeds – 23 mph for the H9 and 22 mph for the Riptide R1X.

The Riptide R1X does provide a better effective range of 14 miles when compared to the H9’s 11 mile maximum range. As a tradeoff though, the R1X takes 5.5 hours to charge fully. The H9 easily beats this with its speedy 2 hour charging cycle.

In the end, the choice between the teamgee H9 and the Riptide R1X should be made on the basis of board style more than individual specifications alone.


When it comes to electric longboards, few models offer as much to non-competitive riders as the teamgee H9. From a 10 ply Canadian maple deck to a prime set of fiberglass and polyurethane wheels, this model packs a great deal of durability into a trim form factor.

Whether on a hill or on the street, this eboard can zip about at up to 23 mph. When it’s time to recharging, the teamgee H9 works a quick 2 hour cycle to get you back out on the road. Even if those roads are bit bumpy, you’ll be able to glide along smoothly thanks to this model’s built-in shock absorbers.

While longboarding may not be for everyone, the teamgee H9 is definitely for everyone who loves longboarding and wants to take their longboarding experience to the next level.