*BLEM* Float Plates Pint X Compatible

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Float Plates – Pint X Compatible


Single Float Plate:

  • Includes: a single Float Plate which is compatible for the front and/or back bumper and instructions for installation

Set of Float Plates:

  • Includes: two Float Plates and instructions for installation


What are Float Plates?

  • Protect your investment. The stock plastic battery and controller compartments are weak and prone to breakage. Float Plates are engineered for over 3,000 PSI of impact!
  • Expand your bag of tricks. No need to wax that curb, as the Float Plates are self-lubricating. Slides, stalls, and drops all damn day!
  • These float plates have sizes to fit the Pint X model.
  • Reduces friction on nosedives. Also great for nose and tail slides. Let's see what you can do!

Are Onewheel float plates necessary?

Yes, you need Onewheel Float Plates if you want to preserve your Onewheel Pint X. Without a Onewheel Float Plate, you're likely to damage or break that soft underbelly. The Onewheel Float Plate is designed to protect that underside and preserve your investment.

Want to Learn More About Onewheel Accessories?

Check out the Float Life's Onewheel Accessories guide!

Customer Reviews

Based on 38 reviews
Matthew Nash

I have no idea what the actual blem was, well... I have an idea and if that's what it was, then it's a non-issue. Anyway, Jeff and the entire float life team are legit af.

Shawn Ward
Life savers

Great product

Digging them Float Plates

Love the float plates. Keeps the underside protected and install was a breeze. Thanks TFL!

Great for protecting the battery box

Was worried about our Pintx having issues with a mangled battery box in time. This works well to protect it in the long run! No problems with the adhesive thus far. Not 100% sure what determined this as a BLEM product. Works for me though!

Kiran Thomas
Good plates, bad adhesive

I got these blem plates to protect my Pint X. They’re thick and slippery, and I don’t lose too much clearance with them. I couldn't find any significant blemishes out of the package. However, the adhesive leaves much to be desired. I thoroughly cleaned my board before attaching the plates, used weights to ensure a good stick, and waited more than forty-eight hours before going for a ride. Within the next two days, both plates had fallen off. I hadn’t even tried a curb nudge. I hope someday soon the Float Life develops bang bumpers for the Pint X or something else with screws.