Epikgo Hoverboard Review

New to the hoverboard universe (released only a year ago), the EPIKGO self-balancing scooter (there are 4 classes: classic, sport, sport+ and premier) looks almost nothing like it’s competition: by this, it’s easy to see how seriously badass this hoverboard looks. It’s not hyperbole in the least to say that …

TOMOLOO Hoverboard Review

Established in 2013, Shenzhen Tomoloo Technology Industrial Co. Ltd is a Chinese-owned manufacturing company housed in Shenzhen, China. TOMOLOO claims to have partnerships with some of the world’s most influential companies.  (You’ll be hard-pressed to find out which ones those are.) However, TOMOLOO is immediately forth-coming about the safety of their boards. TOMOLOO …

Swagtron T6 Review

When all-terrain hoverboards like the EPIKGO and Halo Rover dominated the buying market in 2016, Swagtron (who previously released the T1, T3 and T5) stepped up their game and introduced the sexy powerhouse: the Swagtron T6. What’s different this time around? The T6 is an all-terrain self-balancing scooter. The previous …

Surfus Waterproof Hoverboard Review

As hoverboards’ learning curves take a while to get used to, the Surfus is no different. However, it only takes a few hours (or riding sessions) to familiarise yourself with the mechanics of actually stepping on/off most self-balancing boards. As with anything we try that’s new, such as riding a …

Street Saw Hoverboard Review

Street Saw is based in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. One of the reasons StreetSaw is so highly regarded is because they’re not merely an overseas brand, but actually make and distribute their own products. Believe it or not, Street Saw, which is highly-regarded as a premium brand across the nation, …

Spadger Review

No high-quality self-balancing scooter in America is released to the public without receiving a UL2272 safety certificate. (In fact, most manufacturers and marketing teams use this certificate as a big selling point for hoverboards.) This is because the UL2272 process involves over a hundred industry-standard safety and electrical tests. When …

Skque x1 Review

By now, you probably know how much time self-balancing scooters save. They’re even “life savers” for college students who live on large campuses, going down to the store right down the street (or the grocery store a km/mile away), engaging your core (which is a wonderful exercise all in itself), …

Sagaplay F1 Review

Hoverboards are all the hype these days – thanks to a large selection of celebrities uploading videos on all major social media (Twitter, Vine, YouTube, Instagram, etc.) of themselves riding these wickedly-awesome devices. When these hoverboards first came out, they were originally too expensive for general consumers to buy. (But …

Hoverzon S Review

For just $399.00, whether you’re a total newbie or an experienced rider, the Hoverzon hoverboard is designed for everybody – regardless of age or experience level. Additionally, it’s UL2272-certified, meaning it underwent (and passed) over a hundred industry-standard safety and electrical tests. While it’s true that a number of hoverboards …

Hovertrax 2.0 Review

Hoverboards have quickly taken the world by storm during the last year and half. No doubt Justin Bieber and Chris Brown touting themselves in social media – sharing videos of themselves riding these things in malls, stores, and parking lots has improved the popularity of boards. Until fairly recently, self-balancing …