Types of hoverboards

What are the Different Types of Hoverboards?

Types of hoverboards

Hoverboard technology has made significant advances in the last few years. There have been all types of different transportation devices labeled as hoverboards. We're not going to argue what should be called a hoverboard and what shouldn't.

Instead we'll take a look at all the types transportation devices being called hoverboards and see how they are differentiated.

Here are the major devices that are being labeled hoverboards:

  • Self balancing scooters
  • One wheel hoverboards
  • Real hoverboards
  • Other hoverboard like devices 

Self Balancing Scooters

The term hoverboard is most widely used to describe self balancing scooters. This is a little surprising, given that real hoverboards do exist that actually hover. These hoverbaords have two wheels and use a self balancing technology two allow riders to stay balanced without handles. 

They're been extremely popular in the last year or so. They've also had some safety issues. The first generation of self balancing scooters had all sorts of battery issues. These devices were banned from major retailers until batteries met strict new safety standards.

The videos on the right show the EPIKGO, an all terrain self balancing scooter that's UL 2272 certified for safety.

Real Hoverboards

There are real hoverboards being tested, and a few on the market. This is some technology to get very excited about. Some of these hoverboards use electromagnetic repulsion to generate lift and hover above the ground.

Others, like the Zapata Racing Flyboard Air, are propelled by jet fuel.

The Flyboard can reach speeds of 93 mph and altitudes of 10,000 ft. It's far from a self balancing scooter.

One Wheel Hoverboards

One wheel hoverboards are designed to feel like snowboarding on any surface. The boards can accelerate and decelerate depending on how much the rider leans in a given direction. The sensation of riding on a one wheel hoverboard is truly unique. These devices can reach top speeds of 15 mph or greater.

They can also ride over various surfaces including sand, dirt, grass and gravel.

We've featured some awesome videos that show what these one wheel hoverboards are capable of doing, check them out!

Other Hoverboard-Like Devices

This is a broad category. Essentially it covers just about anything that claims it is a hoverboard. For many of these devices, we're not really sure what to call them.

Take the ICarbot for example, it's been labeled a hoverboard. It looks more like a Roomba that doesn't vacume or a step scale that doesn't measure weight. Nonetheless, it's found its way into the hoverboard category.

The main takeaway here is that there are a lot of devices being called hoveboards - the ICarbot is just one of the weirdest.

 

A number of featured videos in this post are from Shonduras. He puts out some awesome videos on his YouTube channel, we recommend checking it out. A lot of these are hoverboard related, and a lot are just plane awesome!
Hendo Hoverboard for sale

Hendo Hoverboard Review

The Hendo hoverboard is a real hoverboard that incorporates some incredible innovative technology. Unlike a lot of the self balancing scooters (often called hoverbaords) on the market, the Hendo hoverboard actually hovers.

That's right, you can hop on the Hendo hoverboard and transport yourself without ever touching the ground. There's some really unique technology powering this hoverboard, we'll dive into that in a minute. We're going to take a look at:

  • Product specs
  • Hendo background info
  • Potential release date

We say potential release date because the Hendo is still in prototype form. It's been tested and ridden, but is not yet available for sale. We'll speculate when this technology might hit the market.

Hendo Specs and How it Works

The Hendo hoverboard utilizes four hover engines to generate lift and levitate off the ground. The science driving this levitation is electromagnetic repulsion.There's a magnetic field created by each of these hover engines that is opposite to the surface below - this results in a hovering effect.

This means that there are certain requirements for the surface below the Hendo.

Currently, sheets of common metal are used to create the desired effect. If you watch the videos of prototype testing, you can see that there's not a ton of steering control on the current prototypes. The Hendo does a great job of hovering, but that's about it at the moment.

 

Hendo hoverboard review

Image: Hendo Hoverboards

 

Fortunately, there are solutions for the steering problem. Insight into a potential solution can be found in the WhiteBox prototype. The WhiteBox is a developer kit that Hendo sends out to various specialists for testing. The WhiteBox has a micro controller built in that can be used to pivot the engines. This changes their magnetic field orientation to the surface that they hover above. The result - the WhiteBox can be steered with a remote control.

We'll likely see some sort of implementation of this steering technology in the next Hendo prototype.

Hendo Background

The Hendo hoverboard was developed by it's parent company Arx Pax. They're led by visionary and founder, Greg Henderson. Henderson brought the Hendo technology to life, and labeled it Magnetic Field Architecture (MFA). 

The vision has grown and has a list of potential applications beyond hoverboards. The Arx Pax team has also grown into a group of passionate individuals working to develop this technology.

The technology of the Hendo hoverboard has evolved over many different prototypes. The original prototype was created in 2013. There have been a total of 7 different phases to date. The current prototype in the works is nothing more than an illustration. We expect it to incorporate the MFA technology to take advantage of electromagnetic repulsion, we also expect to see a more advanced steering feature.

Latest hendo hoverboard prototype

Image: Hendo Hoverboards

Release Date and Price Speculation

The Hendo hoverboard doesn't currently have a release date. There's definitely some fine tuning that needs to be handled before it's made available for sale.  The latest prototype (shown above) is just an illustration. That said, there is a group of donors set to be first in line for the board when it's ready.

Each of those donors donated $10,000 to the Hendo hoverboard project. The project appeared on Kickstarter. It also promised $100 donors a 5 minute ride and $1,000 donors an hour long private session on the Hendo.

 

How much do hoverboards cost?

Hoverboard Prices, How Much Do They Cost?

How much do hoverboards cost?

Hoverboards vary widely in price. They can be as cheap as a couple hundred dollars, or as much as a down payment on a house. Before we get into prices, one major distinction needs to be made. Are you looking for the price of a real hoverboard or a self balancing scooter?

The latter ranges in the hundreds, while real hoverboards cost thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars. Let's take a look at the two different types of hoverboards available and their respective prices.

Self Balancing Scooter Prices

Self balancing scooters are relatively inexpensive, at least when compared to real hoverboards. The cheapest self balancing scooter will currently run you about $250. These hoverboards have all of your basic features, decent specs, and solid ability to perform. They're ideal for someone looking for a base model hoverboard. There are cheaper hoverboards available, but they aren't UL 2272 certified (a safety must). 

The average cost of a hoverboard is right around $400. At this price you get a lot of cool additional features, faster top speeds and better all around performance. A great example of a median priced hoverboard is the Swagtron T1. It's one of the most popular hoverboards available, at a very reasonable price. Additional features include an integrated app to track speed and distance traveled, along with multiple rider modes.

Swagtron T1 Hoverboard Review

High end self balancing scooters cost around $800. The best hoverboards in this price range are all terrain hoverboards. These hoverboards are bigger, faster and stronger than any other self balance scooter on the market. In the past, self balacning scooters were limited to indoors, streets and sidewalks. Off road hoverboards can maneuver through just about any terrain and brave any element. The higher price is justified, these are next level scooters.

Halo Rover hoverboard review

 

Real Hoverboard Prices

If you're looking to make a major purchase, real hoverboards are a great way to burn through a ton of cash quickly. And they're totally worth it. At their most affordable price level, real hoverboards cost about the same amount as a car. Not a bad trade off, but don't expect to be able to use the carpool lane.

The cheapest real hoverboard currently available is the ArcaBoard. For just $14,900 you can have your own today. The ArcaBoard will actually hover. It's powered by 36 electric ducted fans - giving it a total of 237 horsepower. It has a maximum thrust of 430lbs and can recharge in just 6 hours. Not sure you want to buy one yet? Understandable... But you might still want to check out some video footage of what the ArcaBoard can do.

 

If you're hoverboard budget exceeds $15,000, don't worry, there are more expensive hoverboards to choose from. The Aero X is a hoverbike that seats two people and cruises at speeds of up to 45 mph for 75 minutes on a single charge. It's not currently available for sale, but interested consumers can make a $5,000 down payment to secure a spot in line. The expected price tag is a cool $85,000. It will be available for sale in 2017.

Review of Zapata Racing Flyboard Air

Zapata Racing Flyboard Air Review

The Zapata Racing Flyboard is in a whole different category than the self balancing scooters we have dubbed as "hoverboards". This is a real hoverboard. You could say that it's a hoverboard that actually hoverboards. But that description wouldn't do any justice to the loaded list of features on the Flyboard.

We'll take a look at the following:

  • Product specs
  • Background info on Zapata Racing
  • Potential release date for this technology

That's right, potential release date. There's currently no price tag on the Flyboard hoverboard because the technology has yet to be released. That didn't stop us for writing up a preemptive review - the technology is just too impressive to not write about.

Flyboard Specs and How it Works

The Flyboard Air is an independent propulsion unit with capabilities that far outperform any other hoverboard prototype. Here's a brief look at what it can do:

  • Top speed of 93.2 mph
  • Maximum altitude of 10,000 feet
  • 10 minutes of autonomous flying

The Zapata Flyboard reached a new Guiness World Record for farthest hoverboard flight. Franky Zapata manned the hoverboard to travel a total distance of 2,252 meters, blowing the previous record out of the water.

The Flyboard air works using a turbine engine to propel a rider. It's fueled by jet fuel which is stored in the backpack of a rider.

Zapata Racing Background

Zapata Racing is the brainchild of Franky Zapata. The company began as a PWC jet ski competition team. They've been racking up medals since 1996, compiling two European titles and 6 world championships.

In 2011, the first Flyboard prototype was invented. It's a water propelled jet pack that was attached to a hose, and runs off of power produced by the jet of a jet ski. This prototype garnered a ton of media attention and soon after began worldwide distribution under the name Flyboard Legend. Generally, a certified instructor is in charge of the power controls for the Flyboard Legend.

In 2014 the next stage of evolution occurred with the Flyboard Hoverboard. Similar to the Flyboard Legend, the Hoverboard is attached to a hose and propelled by a jet ski. The main difference between the two models being that the shape of the Hoverboard is similar to that of a snowboard.

Several other models have been released since the initial prototype, most offering minor tweaks to the Legend model.

The former prototypes, though all water propelled, led to the creation of the Flyboard Air. The Flyboard Air borrows many aspects in design and functionality from previous models. The major difference - no restraints. The air does not attach itself to a hose. This allows the propulsion units to reach a tremendous speed of 93.2 mph and a max altitude of 10,000 feet.

Release Date Speculation

According to IBTimes, Zapata Racing was sold to Implant Sciences, a US explosives detection firm. This means that we could very well see the Flyboard Air put to work in military and industrial fields. While the industrial applications at this point are uncertain, there are definitely some niche markets where the Flyboard Air could be of use.

At the moment, the technology is pending government approval. There's no exact timeline for when said approval might occur.

As far as consumer availability, at this point it's uncertain as to whether Implant Sciences even has the consumer in mind. The consumer market is much larger, but it would take significant effort to get a product like this to market. It's likely they'll further the exploration of the technology for some time before we hear anything about consumer applications.

 

off road hoverboards

All Terrain Hoverboards | Best Off Road Self Balancing Scooters 2017

off road hoverboards

 

Hoverboards have come a long way since the technology emerged in 2015. There's now a new class of hoverboards, capable of braving the elements and conquering just about any terrain. These hoverboards have a unique list of features. They are waterproof, more powerful, more durable and faster than previous models. These hoverboards are so cool that we decided to write an entire post about them.

Halo Rover Hoverboard

The Halo Rover Hoverboard is an off road hoverboard with a very impressive list of features. This self balancing scooter can handle snow, mud, grass or sand. Essentially, it handles just about any surface. Large 8.5 inch wheels support it's off road ability and increase speed. It's UL 2272 certified and integrates with an app to track speed, distance traveled and battery life. We've done a full review of the Halo Rover, here are just a few of its awesome features:

  • Top speed: 9mph
  • Range: 10 miles
  • Weight capacity: 260 lbs

Halo Rover hoverboard review

EPIKGO hoverboard

EPIKGO Hoverboard

The EPIKGO is another high end all terrain hoverboard. It's more powerful, sturdier and can handle harsher elements than first generation hoverboards. The EPIKGO is UL 2272 certified for battery safety and IP56 rated for waterproofing. We've fully reviewed the EPIKGO self balancing scooter, here's a brief look at its features:

  • Top speed: 10 mph
  • Range: 10 to 12 miles
  • Weight Capacity: 260 lbs

Jestson V8 Rover

The Jetson V6 Rover is an all terrain self balancing scooter that packs features almost identical to the EPIKGO.  It's powered by dual 400 watt motors and UL 2272 certified for safety. The V8 also comes with three different rider modes of varying difficulty. Here's a few more of the Jetson V8's features:

  • Top speed: 10 mph
  • Range: 10-12 miles
  • Weight capacity: 260 lbs

Jetson V8 hoverboard

Cheap hoverboard for sale

Cheapest Hoverboards 2017 | Top Hoverboard Review

Cheap hoverboard for sale

Are you searching for a cheap hoverboard, we've compiled a list of the cheapest hoverboards in 2017! Hoverboards used to be priced at well over $1,000. Prices have come down dramatically over the last year, you can now find a safe hoverboard for less than $250. While price is the main factor that determines what makes it on to our list, we also take a look at some other important factors:

  • Safety
  • Performance
  • Brand

 

Swagtron T5 Hoverboard

The Swagtron T5 tops our list for a couple of reasons. It's priced cheaper than almost every other hoverboard on the market. The board is UL 2272 certified (highest safety standard), performs well for its price point and is made by a trusted brand. If you purchase the T5 directly through Swagtron you'll get the best price. For an extra $10 off the price plus free shipping, use our exclusive Swagtron T5 coupon code. We've put together a detailed review of the Swagtron T5, here's a quick look at this hoverboard's features:

  • Top speed: 7 mph
  • Range: 7 miles
  • Weight capacity: 187 lbs
  • Swagtron Sentry Shield battery protection

 

Swagtron T5 Hoverboard Review

CHIC self balancing scooter

CHIC Eyourlife Hoverboard

The CHIC Hoverboard is offered at a very low price point, though not quite as cheap as the Swagtron T5. It's UL 2272 certified for safety. Safety is the number one concern for cheap hoverboards, as many low budget brands cut costs on safety features. The CHIC packs some hefty features given the price range, including dual 300 watt motors. Here's a quick look at some of the other features:

  • Top speed: 6.2 mph
  • Range: 9-10 miles
  • Weight capacity: 220lbs
The list of inexpensive hoverboards will continue to grow as we review more self balancing scooters that meet our quality standards. We have strict requirements for the hoverboards that we review, and the truth is it's difficult to find boards that meet these quality and safety measures at a low price.

 

 

Powerboard hoverboard two wheel self balancing scooter review

Powerboard by HoverBoard – Two Wheel Self Balancing Scooter Review

Powerboard hoverboard two wheel self balancing scooter review

Pros

The Powerboard two wheel self balancing scooter is made HoverBoard, a trusted American company based in the USA.  You can order the Powerboard from Amazon, it's also carried by a few other retailors. They deliver a high quality product with fast shipping and a battery that meets stringent safety standards. It's now UL 2272 certified, meaning the battery has met stringent safety requirements. The Powerboard hoverboard has a top speed of 8mph, about the same speed as the Razor Hovertrax at 6mph. It can be fully charged in under 60 minutes and has a battery life of up to 6 hours, making it ideal for long commutes. The charge rate and battery life really separate the Powerboard from its competitors, which have much longer charge times of around 3 hours and significantly shorter battery lives. An LED indicator displays the remaining battery charge to the rider. The Powerboard hover board also comes with a 1 year warranty and USA based customer support.

Cons

The price of the Powerboard is more expensive than some other brands on the market, such as the Hover X. You may pay more for the Powerboard, but you are paying for a high quality board with better battery life and a solid warranty. Faces similar issues as other 7-inch wheel hoverboards, it will be difficult to ride on rough terrains. If you are looking for a hoverboard that can handle rough terrains, check out the StreetSaw. They make a model with 10 inch wheels that can handle just about any surface. It also isn't very water resistant, so use a carrying case in rough weather conditions.

My Experience

Ordered my Powerboard from Amazon and it arrived 3 days later, one of the many benefits of buying from a USA based seller. The board was everything I expected right out of the box! I immediately noticed the high quality of the materials used, show more

something I can't say for some of the cheaper brands out there.  I ordered the black color, it has a very sleek look to it. The first thing I did was read the instruction manual, and per the instructions I then plugged it in to charge before turning it on. You should do this with any hoverboard to ensure that you don't damage the battery. The battery life and charge time are phenomenal, exactly as advertised. This is a reason in and of itself to buy a Powerboard, I spend much less time charging and more time cruising around on my board. Overall this is is a great hoverboard, easily one of the best I've tested! I've been using it for a little over a month now and haven't had any problems with the board.

 

Stats

  • Speed: 8mph
  • Charge time: 60 minutes
  • Battery life: 6 hours
  • Weight: 22 lbs
  • Weight capacity: 260 lbs
  • Tilt: 15 degrees
  • LED lights: Yes, battery level indicator
  • Charger included: Yes
  • Bluetooth integrated: No
  • UL 2272 certified: Yes
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Real Life Hoverboards | For Sale?

We're obsessed with everything hoverboard related. In our opinion, the sooner these things get off the ground and find their way into our living rooms the better. We've focused on self balancing scooters for most of the last year or so.

We haven't been able to cover many real hoverboards, mainly because the technology has not been advanced nor readily available.

In the last couple of months or so, a lot of that changed. We featured a post about 6 hoverboards that actually hover, and it's received a ton of attention since then. It's obvious that we're not the only people excited about real hoverboards. But let's be honest, all we really want to know is when we'll be able to buy one of these things. It turns out there are real life hoverboards currently for sale, and a few set to come on the market in 2017.

ArcaBoard Hoverboard

The Arcaboard is currently available for sale. For a cool $14,900 you can get yours today. Ok, so it's not a cheap price tag, but it's some seriously cool technology. Deliveries began in April of 2016, so it's been on the market for some time now.

The ArcaBoard uses 36 high power electric ducted fans to propel the board. It also has a stabilizing system, giving you tons of control while hovering off of the ground. It can hover over virtually any surface, including water. It's 272 hp engine can power the board for up to 20 minutes of ongoing light at speeds of up to 12.5 mph. A full charge of the hoverboard takes 6 hours, the ArcaDock (sold separately) will charge the board in 60 minutes.

Overall, the ArcaBoard is a cool piece of technology. It's specs may not stack up well against a hoverboard like the Zapta Flyboard Air, but it's actually available for sale now. There aren't a lot of hoverboards that fall into that category. A few others have speculative release dates in 2017.

Hendo Hoverboard

The Hendo hoverboard is not actually for sale, but it is set to cost $10,000 when it is released. There are said to be a group of investors that have put down $10,000 each to reserve the first Hendo's when it is released. Given that there are people currently lined up to purchase the board, we thought it was worth mentioning in the hoverboards for sale category. 

The price tag is hefty, but cheaper than the ArcaBoard. The technology also works differently.

The Hendo hoverboard uses electrically charged magnets to propel the board off of metal surfaces. Essentially the rider is surfing electromagnetic waves. It's really cool, but at the same time limited. While other boards work on any surface, you are limited to metallic surfaces with the Hendo board.

AeroX HoverBike

It's not actually a hoverboard, but the technology is similar so it's worth mentioning. The AeroX HoverBike has some really impressive specs, it's also set to launch for sale in 2017. The expected price tag is $85,000, and you can put down a $5,000 deposit to secure your spot in line.

Some of the features that make the AeroX Hoverbike really stand out include:

  • 45 mph top speed
  • 75 minutes of use in single charge
  • Cruises 10 feet off the ground
  • Seats two riders

Zapata Racing Flyoard Air

This hoverboard is an honorable mention on the list. The Zapata Flyboard Air isn't for sale, and Zapta Racing hasn't given any real details on its release other than it won't be available in 2016. The fact is the technology is still pending government approval.

So why did we include it? The Flyboard air is so unreal that we couldn't leave it out! The hoverboard recently shattered the Guinness World Record for longest flight by a hoverboard. The specs are crazy:

  • Top speed of 93 mph
  • Flight up to 10,000 feet
  • Runs for up to 10 minutes uninterrupted

There are some other models available from Zapata Racing that can be purchased. They include the Flyboard Proboard Series and the Flyboard Legend. Both of these models employ technology similar to the Flyboard Air, but run on water propulsion.

Photo Credit: Tydence Flickr via Compfight cc

Halo Rover hoverboard review

Halo Rover Hoverboard Review

Pros

The Halo Rover Hoverboard is an all terrain hoverboard with a list of features that rivals any other hoverboard currently on the market. If you're interested in purchasing the Halo Rover, the best place to go is either Amazon or directly to the Halo Board website.

There are a lot of hoverboards out there that are great for street cruising. It's fun, but for those looking to push the boundaries of hoverboarding, the Halo Rover is a must have. It's capable of maneuvering through snow, mud, grass or sand. The off road tires are 8.5 inches in diameter, larger than the standard 7 inch tires on most hoverboards. It's also rated IPX4 water resistant.

The Halo Rover is UL2272 certified, so you don't have to worry about battery safety. The self balancing scooter has a few different rider modes - beginner, normal and advanced. The Halo Rover also has its own app that allows you to switch between rider modes, track speed, distance traveled and battery life. Did I mention the bluetooth speakers? You can stream music from your phone while riding the Rover.

Top speed for this board is 9 mph. You can travel a distance of up to 10 miles on a single, 2.5 hour charge. The rover is also capable of climbing slopes of 20 degrees, slightly steeper than the 15 degree capability of standard hoverboards.

Cons

The main drawback to the Halo Rover is the price tag. It's certainly more expensive than standard hoverboards like the Swagtron T1. That said, the off road capabilities and extra features make the hefty price tag worthwhile.

Another thing to consider with the Halo Rover is the hoverboard's weight. At 32 lbs, it's about 6-10 pounds heavier than standard hoverboards. The extra weight is necessary to beef up the Halo Rover for off road capabilities. Just make sure that you're comfortable carrying that amount of weight. It's important to note that the Halo Rover hoverboard comes equipped with a carrying case(helps to redistribute weight), and the case is sturdier than most standalone carrying cases sold online.

Comparison

The Halo Rover is very comparable to the EPIKGO hoverboard and the Jetson V8 Rover. These off road hoverboards have similar capabilities and only minor differences in features. Most pf these all terrain hoverboards sell at a similar price point.

  • Top speed: 9mph
  • Charge time: 2.5 hrs
  • Battery life: 10 miles
  • Weight: 32 lbs
  • Weight capacity: 260 lbs
  • LED lights: Yes + LED turn signals
  • Charger included: Yes
  • Bluetooth speakers: Yes
  • Ul 2272 certified: Yes

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Swagtron T5 Hoverboard Review

Swagtron T5 Review

Pros

Swagtron is one of the most popular hoverboard brands on the market, and their new T5 model is sure to draw some attention. The Swagtron T5 hoverboard is slightly less expensive than the T1 and T3 models. If you're looking for a cheap hoverboard the Swagtron T5 is a great place to start. We also keep a running list of cheap hoverboards that have passed our safety standards, feel free to check it out.

While this hoverboard is definitely cheap, there's a compromise to be made, the T5 is lighter on the features. That said, it still comes equipped with everything you need to have a blast on your hoverboard without emptying your pockets. If you decide the Swagtron T5 is the right choice, you can find it on Amazon. You can also buy it from the Swagtron website, using our coupon code for $10 off.

The T5 hoverboard is lighter than other Swagtron hoverboard models, weighing in at 18 pounds. This makes it an ideal self balancing scooter for kids. At the lighter weight, it still boasts a solid maximum carrying capacity of 220 pounds.

The Swagtron T5 is powered by a 200 watt motor. It reaches a top speed of 7 mph and can travel up to 7 miles on a single charge. Other cool features include Swagtron SentryShield smart battery management, battery indicators and learning mode. It's also important to note that this self balance scooter is UL 2272 certified, meaning that the battery has passed the most stringent safety tests.

Cons

At a cheaper price point than the T1 and T3 models, the Swagtron T5 does compromise on some features. Top speed, power, and battery life are all a bit lighter than in the premium models.

The T5 also does not come equipped with bluetooth and cannot sync up with the Swagtron app. While these are nice features to have, they're certainly not essential for having a great time. Although the lower speeds and lighter weight may seem like a draw back to some, it makes this hoverboard better suited for kids and safer in many ways.

 

  • Top speed: 7 mph
  • Charge time: 2-3 hours
  • Battery life: 7 miles
  • Weight: 18 lbs
  • Weight Capacity: 187 lbs
  • LED lights: Yes - battery indicators only
  • Charger included: Yes
  • Bluetooth enabled: No
  • UL 2272 certified: Yes

 

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