Segway i2 SE Review

Let’s be honest: Who, this day and age, hasn’t heard about Segway? They are the original manufacturers of electric self-balancing scooters. Late 20-somethings (entering our thirties) can remember Segways in our early adolescence. This means their Segway i2 SE personal transporter (PT) is a great product in the self-balancing scooter …

Halo Rover Review

The Halo Rover has 3 rider settings (beginner, intermediate, advanced) which controls the speed. These settings can be accessed and changed thanks to the Halo Rover app (included), so you can design your riding experience based how you want to ride. This board is UL2272 certified, meaning it has passed …

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 …