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SWAGTRON T6 Off-Road Hoverboard - First in the World to Handle Over 380 LBS, Up to 12 MPH, UL2272 Certified, 10" Wheel (Black)
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- FOR ALL RIDERS – The T6 can handle up to 420 lbs, making it the best choice for riders of all shapes and sizes!
- ALL TERRAIN - Roll over bumps and inclines up to 30° as you travel through mud, grass, rain, and even gravel.
- 12 MILE RANGE - The T6 off road hover board has a 12-mile range, and the capability to reach powered speeds of up to 12 MPH.
- 10" RUGGED TIRES - Dual rugged, 10" tubeless tires designed for all terrain exploration.
- ROCK WHILE YOU RIDE –The self-balancing hover scooter uses Bluetooth® to play music directly from your phone.
- Maximum Weight Limit - 420 lbs (191kg). Minimum Weight Limit - 44lbs (20kg)
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Take your swag off-road with the all-new T6 from SWAGTRON! Whether you’re traveling along gravelly mountain roads, skimming across grassy plains, or trekking through muddy terrain, SWAGTRON balance scooter has got you covered.Ride through your IPX4 rated SWAGTRON T6 off road hover board through puddles of water, and marvel as the aluminum and ABS plastic interior help protect the T6’s internal components. The T6’s 10" tubeless tires help provide you with an adventurous ride! Each nylon-infused tire has a number of features including a rugged tread pattern and staggered shoulder blocks for superior traction and grip. You’ll have all the power you need to go over inclines up to 30° and thunder across just about any type of terrain. With a superior SentryShield lithium-ion battery, the T6 electric scooter charges in just 2-3 hours; so you’re never far from your next ride into adventure. Use the SWAGTRON app to connect to your T6 via Bluetooth so that you can play music directly from your phone and rock out while you ride. A UL2772 certification means that you can ride with confidence, knowing that your electronics are completely protected. The T6 motorized scooter comes with a 12-mile range and can reach speeds up to 12 mph (for safety, speed is governed at 7.5 mph). Unlike other electric vehicles, you never have to guess at the battery life. This electric hoverboard comes with a battery indicator as well as turning signals and LED lights directly embedded into the body, so all it takes is one look to check on your T6’s status, making the T6 a great adult electric scooter as well as a kids scooter. The T6 hover scooter is a heavy hitter that can also handle heavy loads. The T6 is the first board in the world to handle riders over 250 lbs! Step onto a hoverboard with metal guards that protect your feet and enough power to handle riders of every shape and size. Step up your swag with the SWAGTRON T6.
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I first purchased a black one and it arrived in great condition well packed just as expected. I pulled it out and it had over half charge so I tried it right away. Read some directions and off I go. Right Out of the box it is set on advanced user setting. So you should immediately dowload app and do adjustments to your level of riding experience. As I rode for a short bit I heard a rattle noise on right side. Lifted it and shook and sounded like a screew falling around inside of the plastic housing. This was concerning but I continued to ride. Once on the second charge the right wheel occasionally stopped working and would throw me off as it would abruptly turn sharply. This company was quick to respond and sent a return label plus refunded my card as soon as they received it back. It was pretty scratched up by the time they received it because there is no protection on wheel guards and just paint and metal to concrete when this thing falls over.
Ok so I ordered a second but in camo this time so scratches don't show so much. It's not a matter if it hits the concrete but when and how fast you are going when it does... I received it and same great packing. Rode right away and worked good. Just found at higher speeds it felt like motors were not well in sync as board was not stable. I was able to lessing this by going on the app and reducing the steering sensitivity to level 2 but leave everything else at max. Unfortunatly this will not save so you must do this every time you power up ths unit. Second was the tires felt very stiff. The instruction card specifies factory setting is at 32psi but normal riding should be at 41 or so. It is a major pain to check and air up or down these tires but upon checking i ended up letting too much air out of the first tire so I pumped up to 34psi. Now I had it down packed how to check and having to use my tiny air guage to acces the stem I went to the other tire. It snapped out the guage reader and spiked it to the 50+psi mark. Guage maxes out at 50... so even though the card says factory set at the lower psi and to never exceed 42psi or tire damage will occure they still extremely over fillex these tires. But after setting both tires to 34psi for this 165lbs rider it made it a slight bit more stable and less jarring over rough asphault and bumps. NOW FOR THE VERY BAD with this unit which makes me unclear if I'm going to keep it. On the first charge this happened when the battery indicator was at 2 bars I was riding at about 10 mph and the boards power just shut down and left me falling forward toward the pavement. I was able to run just fast enough to cacth myself from tumbling and road rash on my face. The board tumbled end over end and scared up the edges fairly bad. This has only happened once but if it happens again this is unacceptable and too dangerous therfore I'll send back. Lastly, is I've found once the battery charge gets into this second bar range the stability begins to suffer and the board becomes less predictable and harder to ride. It feels like in super sensitive steering mode as motors are not well in sync and board sways back and forth. Overall its a fun experience and offers a great way to check out parks or other not too off the path areas. I gave it mid stars because of the lack of protection (scuff guards) to paint and metal for known damage that WILL occure and the problems I found from having 2 of them which both have notable problems. Tires over inflated, difficulty to adjust pressure, shut down, won,t keep settings after shut off, unstable at lower battery level etc.
Then I was ready for the dirt road that leads to the house. I felt like I was starting over, going on an uneven surface was much harder and the going was slow, but then after about an hour of practice over 2 or 3 sessions I got confidence there too, and did 4 or 5 miles on the dirt and gravel and got more confident. Then went to a skate park early in the morning so I could practice by myself and that also improved my confidence and I learned how to go up and down gentle slopes.
Then it was time to tackle the yard, it's very uneven and has a gentle slope to it. Surprisingly, once I just let myself go a bit faster it was easy to do.
At the time I am writing this I have perhaps a total of 10-15 hours total on the board. Just wanted you to know where I am coming from for the following review.
This board is great. I have no experience with a smaller one that has solid or smaller tires but the ones on this one are very good over dirt and imperfections on concrete. Once I got to the point of being able to stand naturally on the board and trust it I found I could simple zip over expansion joints in concrete, over hoses in the yard and actually ride on gravel. Just like with a bike, going a bit faster is better than going a bit slower when the riding gets difficult.
I've been riding with it just as it came right out of the box. The air pressures seems high in the tires but have not yet tried to ride with a reduced pressure, the traction I get both on concrete and dirt seems fine right now.
As for the board itself I've noticed the following.
With the app I have tried changing the modes but can't say I have noticed much difference between the learning mode and the advanced mode. The Bluetooth seems fine but I would have like the max volume to be higher, but then I do have a bit of hearing loss so that might be the reason.
I did a bit of testing on the battery. It does seem to fully recharge from near depletion in about an hour, certainly in less than an hour and a half. I haven't tried to see if I can go 12 miles on a charge yet but I do know that I can go about 40 minutes all through my yard before it starts beeping at me that the battery is near depletion. I do want to complain that the beeping is really not very loud and I only noticed that because I happened to look at the battery charge lights first to note that I was nearly out of charge and then noticed the beeping. 40 minutes is not very long but I was going constantly and the yard is very rough so I expected less than an hour.
I also haven't tested the claim it can go up a 30 degree slope but I have been up and down fairly steep asphalt roads and it made it no problem. I did note that the max speed is reduced going up and that was expected.
I haven't gone the full 12 mph claimed, but have made it to 9 mph. That's because that's the fastest I currently feel safe going.
The other thing I didn't try was the so called “startup balancing mode” so can't say anything about that.
I have ridden a little bit in the dark and I would say that the built in LEDs don't really provide enough light for safe riding. They certainly let other people know where you are and whether you are braking or not, but they aren't like headlights, so if night riding is your thing, bring a flashlight
My overall impression I that it is well built, that the balance algorithms work well and that it is relatively easy to learn to ride and that it will work over a wide range of surfaces.
And that it is really, really fun. So, I can recommend buying one.
One last word. I have yet to fall on this, but I have had to step off several times when riding really uneven ground. That doesn't keep me from wearing protective clothing which for me is a helmet and wrist guards, and when I get to where I ready to go on even more difficult terrain or go faster on the pavement I will start wearing the body armor I use in mountain biking, maybe even upgrade to that full face helmet. Be safe.
It does awesome on the thickest yard grass. Just let the air out of the tires, and you don't even feel the bumps at a fast clip.
Sandy and dirt trails are the perfect course. The board has great traction on ground that has give in case of falls.
Pavement with cracks no problem.
The board does well over 14 mph on sand, but it is less stable. My boy hit a hockey-puck sized rock and at that speed it was enough to throw him over. Pads and helmet a must!
I did not experience the problem in accessing the air valves on the tires that other users wrote about. Caps came off easily. The included extension hose attached to a bicycle pump to add air as needed.
The virtues of the machine: sturdy chasis, stable self-balancing, lots of power, good battery life, and the main distinction vs the competition: air filled tires. I can't imagine riding hard rubber on many of the terrain that the T6 handles like a charm. No jarring to the knees, just hovering. Completely deflated tires works as well on pavement, with no noticeable loss of speed.
The only con I see so far: the lights are a poor design, for both the rider and the observer. Focused head and taillights would be more functional than the accent lighting on there now.
Also, setting the user-level through the app doesn't seem to limit top speed. Full control is in your lean.
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