- Hoverboard FAQs
What is a UL Certification?
A UL Certification means that a product has gone through extensive tests and has met the UL’s Standard for Safety. These tests include temperature tests, shock tests, battery tests, etc.
What is the weight limit?
It supports up to 286 lbs.
What kind of battery does this hoverboard have?
It has a Samsung/LG Lithium-ion battery.
How big are the tires?
They are 6.5 inches.
How long does it take to charge?
It takes about 2-3 hours to fully charge.
How fast can it go?
It can reach a maximum speed of 7.46 mph.
How far can you go on a single charge?
The maximum distance per charge is 6.2 miles.
What makes a hoverboard self-balancing?
It contains tilt sensors in the wheels which tell the gyroscopes how far you are leaning. The farther you are leaning forward, the quicker the motor spins to catch up with your center of gravity.
How should I safely ride my hoverboard?
You should wear a helmet as well as knee pads, elbow pads, and wrist pads. Wearing padding on the lower back is also recommended because there have been cases of broken tailbones as a result of falling backward.
What is the best way to ride a hoverboard for beginners?
The best way is to mount each foot one at a time, grab onto something stable, and make sure your weight is evenly distributed and that both legs are comfortable. Move your ankles forward to move forward and move them back to move backward. To turn, simply lean your body in the direction you would like to go. Although these hoverboards are made to handle bumps and small curbs, it is best to proceed with caution and practice getting used to riding in different—but not rugged—terrain.