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

Halo Rover Review
  • Speed - 87%

    87%

  • Charge time - 85%

    85%

  • Battery Life - 80%

    80%

  • Weight Capacity - 90%

    90%

  • Durabiltiy - 98%

    98%

  • User Experience - 95%

    95%

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  1. My board is tripping! it won’t self balance , I’ve spent a whole day which should have been fun but was just stressed out, watching my son not be able to use his Christmas gift which I just paid 700 and something dollars for, sad ! I followed all the instructions and still no luck, what to do next?

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