Popular Tech Deck Ramps That Children Can Use

Tech Decks have been around for a while. Chances are, you may have used them as a kid. However, if you haven’t, let’s explain what they are.

They are fingerboards. These are skateboards you control with your fingers. These tiny skateboards have designs and can be decorated, just like actual skateboards. You can do quite a few tricks using these fingerboards. A child can learn finger coordination and be quite skilled. They are also good for kids who may be interested in skateboarding but aren’t old enough or aren’t prepared for the real thing.

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Naturally, Tech Decks have ramps and other accessories to make the experience more authentic and give your kid variety. Today, we will be looking at some cool ramps and other accessories your kid is going to love.

What To Look For In A Tech Deck Ramp

Here are some features to look out for.

Authentic Skating Action

A good ramp set should include rails, ramps, and other places your kid can skate on. It needs to be as authentic as possible.

Decorations

A part of skateboarding is expressing yourself through art, usually vandalism. However, your kid doesn’t need to vandalize when they have stickers and a canvas for them to draw on. They can decorate both the park and their boards.

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Easy to Assemble

Many of these skate parks, as well as the skateboards, need to be assembled. A good set will include simple instructions and assembly so they can get to skating faster.

Good Material

A skate park set should be made from durable materials that don’t hinder the skating action. If the plastic is too slick, it can ruin the experience.

Add-Ons

You should be able to add on the ramps to the park and make an even bigger park.

Now let’s Look  Some Sets

Transforming SK8 Container

This is the ultimate mobile skating set. It can transform from a container to its own skate park. It’s over two feet when it is unfolded and it has quite a few configurations. This skate park can help your kid do their own tricks and have the thrill of the park on the go. It’s easy to carry, put back together, and has so many combinations, your kid won’t get board.

Sk8shop Bonus Pack

When your kid needs some fingerboards, and likes variety, this is the nice pack for them. It comes with six boards, all with their own style. These boards can be bought separately, but this is the better value. It comes with stickers to decorate, a poster, and different board parts too. This is a great way to get your kid started on Tech Deck. Also, some packs have a gold truck as a prize.

TIME4DEALS Skate Park Kit

This is a nice park for your kid’s Tech Deck, especially if they are new to the scene. This park has five parts and your kid can customize them into many different designs. It includes ramps, railings, and other parts to add some more authenticity to the scene. Not to mention, your kid can perform many tricks on them. It’s quite durable as well. The plastic material may make the park a bit slippery at times, but many kids can find out how to get past that.

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Hometall 8PCS Skate Park Kit

This is a nice little skatepark kit that has boards as well. You assemble the parts and you can combine them in many different ways. It’s quite a versatile toy, if we do say so ourselves. It has many combinations available, is a great way to teach finger coordination, and is great for all skill levels. With that said, assembly is a bit of a hassle. They do include instructions that make it easier, but some young children may still be confused.

Kidsdream® 8pcs Mini Finger

This is a board set that has eight parts that you can put together. It does quite a bit, and you don’t need to use all of the parts if your kid is lacking space. These parts are made of durable plastics and assembly is easy. It includes instructions to make the process painless. With that said, you need to purchase the tool needed to assemble separately, which is a pain, but it’s all good if you’re aware of that fact. It’s a great little set for all users, and it does include three different fingerboards for more variety.

Also, we should mention that this set takes up plenty of space as well. That’s something you should be mindful of when you’re using this set. If you live in a smaller space, you may want to look elsewhere. As we mentioned, however, you can still get lots of benefits from using this set and you don’t need to use all of the parts if you don’t want to.

SLS Pro Series Skate Park

This is a skating kit that has many ramps, rails, and decals to create the skate park of your kid’s dreams. You can add to it as well for even more variety. It’s easy to put together and encourages creativity. It even comes with one board to add to the variety.

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Spinmaster Build-A-Ramp Kicker

This ramp set has the ability for your kid to make their own artwork for it. Part of skating culture is expressing yourself through art. Your kid can show off their artistic skills for more creative talent and they can use the ramp with other tool sets as well. With one ramp that is customizable, it’s one set that your child is going to love no matter what.

Star Wars Set

Finally, we have this set. These are skateboards themed around Star Wars, depicting characters from the movies. You can do an ollie with Yoda, or flip with Vader. This set has ten boards and can even glow in the dark for added effect. If your kid is into Star Wars, or at the very least, likes the designs, then your kid is going to love this set.

 

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