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Who owns Tech Deck?

Who owns Tech Deck?

Guided by 12-year-old Steven, Asher and his partner, former toy merchant Tom Davidson, designed tiny, authentic-looking skateboards of wood and die-cast metal. Two years later, their popular Tech Deck toys are inspiring a slew of knockoffs–as well as an ever-expanding line of Tech Deck shirts, stickers and stationery.

Why are Tech Decks called Tech Decks?

Steven and local skate shop owners helped them identify popular brands. The hardware and wheels are removable, as with actual skateboards. Children use their fingers to simulate ollies, grinds and other skateboarding tricks. Pro skater Thomas, 27, came up with the Tech Deck name.

Are Tech Decks fingerboards?

Tech Deck brings you the real deal with authentic 96mm fingerboards from real skate companies! Receive one board from a large variety of all-new alternative board shapes and styles. Tech Deck 96mm skateboards are for skate-lovers ages 6 . No batteries required.

Does Tech Deck make Handboards?

Handboard. If you’ve mastered the art of fingerboarding, Tech Deck has now come out with a handboard. It has all the features of a fingerboard, except it’s bigger and you use your hands to do tricks, rather than your fingers.

Are old skateboards worth anything?

I know, specially skateboard decks, stuff from the 80’s and early 90’s are very collectable…Tony Hawk, Mike McGill, Lance Mountain, Rodney Mullen, Mark Gonzalez, Gator, Jinx, … All those decks are highly collectible. A Tony Hawk deck in excellent shape can bring close to a $1,000 on ebay… $600 to $800 is the average.

What is the most rarest skateboard?

8 Rarest Skateboards in History

  • “No Net Ever” Black Flag Board.
  • Santa Monica Airlines Skateboard.
  • Santa Cruz Rob Roskopp Skateboard.
  • The Golden Skateboard.
  • The Supreme Mundi.
  • Blackbird Board.
  • Lasek and Yauch Set.
  • Blowin’ in the Wind Skateboard.

What scale is a Tech Deck?

about 1:8 scaled
A fingerboard is a working replica (about 1:8 scaled) of a skateboard that a person “rides” by replicating skateboarding maneuvers with their fingers.