A self-balancing scooter (also “hoverboard”, self-balancing board) is a self-balancing personal transporter consisting of two motorised wheels connected to a pair of articulated pads on which the rider places their feet. The rider controls the speed by leaning forwards or backwards, and direction of travel by twisting the pads.
Invented in its current form in early 2013, the device is the subject of complex patent disputes. Volume manufacture started in China in 2014 and early units were prone to catch fire due to an overheating battery which resulted in product recalls in 2016, including one of 500,000 units sold in the United States from 8 manufacturers.
There is a bit difficult to find the best self balancing scooters. Here we listed 6 safest & best self balancing scooters, based on price and quality.
6 Safest & Best Self Balancing Scooters: Table Comparison
|Hoverboard Name||Max Speed||Max Distance||Bluetooth|
|Epikgo||10 mph||10 miles||No||check price|
|Halo Rover||10 mph||10 miles||Yes||check price|
|Swagtron T6||12 mph||12 miles||Yes||check price|
|Tomoloo||10 mph||12 miles||Yes||check price|
|Razor Hovertrax 2.0||8 mph||8 miles||No||check price|
|SagaPlay F1||10 mph||9 miles||No||check price|