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UL 2272 Certified - Electric Self-Balancing Hoverboard
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- 250 watt dual motors - speed up to 8 mph with a range of 11 miles and supports up to 220lbs
- UL 2272 Certified - the HOVERZON 2-wheel self-balancing scooter excelled in all electrical safety tests
- SELF BALANCING - dynamic equilibrium is maintained by using two gyroscopic motors, which allow you to control the hoverboard by shifting your body weight
- Fully loaded - equipped with LED headlights, battery indicators, rubber bumpers, and two riding modes
- RIDE SAFE - with Patented Hoverzon Aegis Armor smart battery management system provides multi layered hover skate-board protection.Kindly refer the below PDF for measuring guide
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|Package Height||9.7 x 10.2 x 25.8 inches|
|Shipping Weight||27.95 pounds|
Let's Roll! You'll turn heads racing around on this bolder, faster hover board! Everything you know and love about a fast, self-balancing, personal transporters has been re-imagined for increased performance. This next generation hover board is designed for comfort, safety, and precision-control.
Hover on S sets the pace! The industry leader in self-balancing, gyroscopic technology totally revolutionizes the way you play. Let your body control the acceleration, steering and stopping as the Hover board XLS listens to your every command. The 250-watt dual electric motor can cruise at 8 mph with up to a 11-mile radius before recharging.
Performance and protection are just the start! - The Hover on S features a LED battery indicator, two riding modes, LED headlights, non-slip foot pedals, sturdy rubber tires and sleek aluminum wheels.
Hover on was first to meet and exceed the stringent new standards! UL 2272 Certified the Hover on passes a full range of safety protocol tests. When it comes to safety Hover on goes above and beyond, each hover board is equipped with Hover on Aegis Armor, a protective battery management system.
Hover on, Let's Roll!
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A person can seriously hurt themselves on this, as if slipping on ice. Second, when you get going faster than a casual stroll and not on your flat culdesac terrain, it is a very different experience. Real terrain has imperfections and the smallest bump or difference in elevation can force your foot to apply pressure in a direction you didn't want to go and suddenly you are crashing. Third, this thing can make a 90-degree turn at 1mph to 8mph, which means the faster you are going the more inertia is taking your body a different direction when making a sharp turn. You may fly off and injure yourself badly. Please wear a helmet at least!
Whenever considering a product purchase, I think the whole package needs to be considered. Everything from availability, price, getting Support help, and even the product over time. My particular experience may not be like others but. . .
+ Fun device!
+/- The device is very response to the slightest change of angle with your foot. Allows for a lot of rapid change of direction and speed and sharp turns. Also allows for more opportunity to crash hard, because you applied pressure in a way that sent your body going one way with inertia and the hoverboard another.
> You MUST check the laws in your state before getting one of these. Found multiple youtube videos where young people were getting ticketed because they are illegal to ride in some areas.
-- Mine stopped changing modes after 2hrs of use. Now it's only stuck in fast/normal mode and I cannot get it back into practice mode.
> I do and do not like Support. Anytime you call, you will hold for 15min before forced to a voicemail box that tells you don't leave more than one voicemail. It did take them two attempts to get back to me, but they eventually did and were fairly responsive with my open issue.
-- Notice that if you have an issue after 2week of purchase (not delivery), then you are required to pay shipping back to the manufacturer for RMA!! Apparently, it's their policy. If still under warranty and you have a second, third or more issue, they will take care of shipping, but not that first time.
+ LOVE the color!
> Lots of warnings in the manual to not overcharge. So? Build in a overcharge protection! Since there is no direct battery indicator other than the LED on the power supply turning to green. But did it turn green 1min ago or 1hr ago? Did I accidentally overcharge? Not very convenient feature but there is some attempt to let a user know to unplug.
> Battery lasted 90min. total before a recharge. Hmmm.
+ the 6.5inch tires work fine. These are solid tires. Not ones that will give you a flat.
+ You can get a backpack style or duffle bag style carrying case for around $10. Easy to find on Amazon.
I have to say, when I first saw one of these “hoverboards” after having heard about them for a while, I was pretty disappointed (yeah, I know – what did I expect?). How is standing on two wheels like ‘hovering’ or ‘flying’? Well, let me skip ahead – yeah, it can kinda feel like flying.
First off, this thing is HEAVY. I can’t imagine carrying it very far anywhere. I assume some of that weight comes from the internal “armor” keeping bad things from happening should something go wrong. The wheels are heavy too being made of heavy-duty solid rubber and aluminum. And I mean solid. The Hoverzon comes with a charger, instructions and some rubber protectors for the fenders which I recommend you install first thing to maintain the eye-catching finish.
I plugged the Hoverzon in then removed the charging plug just as soon as the charger light turned green as recommended in the instructions. It didn’t need much charging the first time. I’d highly recommend wearing some protective gear – knee and elbow pads and a helmet. I flipped the Hoverzon on and, since this thing is all about balance, it immediately tried to run away from me when I tried to stand on it (It KNOWS if you haven’t ridden one before). My first couple of tries on concrete didn’t go too well, mostly because I wasn’t standing loose enough but also because it can move jerkily unless you’re centered and not trying to go too slow. A friend recommended trying it out on carpet first to get the hang of it which was prefect advice (and, luckily, it just so happened that my wife was away at the time). This is a great way of gaining some confidence and it’s pretty easy to make it spin around 180 degrees in a carpeted hallway.
But I’ll tell you right now – once you get conformable riding on carpet, it feels completely different switching to concrete. You feel all the seams and twigs you run over. After lots of practice, I finally figured out how to keep my balance stepping onto the Hoverzon so it wouldn’t try to run off without me. Steering isn’t too difficult once you learn to relax and keep your balance centered to give you control. I actually found it harder to ride very slowly than to pick up a little speed which gives you a much smoother ride (well, until you hit a bump). And once you pick up some speed and feel the wind in your face, it IS like flying! And all this practice seemed to use up very little of the battery power.
The learning curve depends on your ability to be aware of your balance, stand straight and stay relaxed but once you start getting the hang of it, it’s a blast!