As Christmas is approaching, I thought it might be a good idea to talk about which hoverboards are proving popular in 2015. The new breed of swegway has definitely revitalised consumer interest and they’re proving very popular with people of all ages in 2015. Next year is expected to be an even bigger year for swegways and there’s sure to be more gimmicks and gizmos crammed into the next generation of hoverboard.
Mobileproparts Electroplating Self Balancing Scooter
The self-balancing scooter has a great visual design and has a premium build quality all for an affordable price. Its weight has been reduced from the earlier model so provides better performance. The battery pack comes with fast charging.
Teamlok Balance Wheel
This is one of the newest self-balancing scooters. Powerful and efficient with large 6.5 inch wheels and a 4400 mAh battery. It takes around 2 hours to charge and has a maximum range of approximately 15 miles. Speed has been limited to 7 miles per hour as with most other boards. Again, sound notifications warn the user when the battery reaches a critical level.
Sense® New 8-inch electric scooter Bluetooth
This new sense comes with plenty of additional features to the original model. It has built-in Bluetooth speakers that can be paired-up with capable devices allowing playback of your favourite tunes. It has a convenient remote to turn the hoverboard, to lock it or to sound an alarm. It has a powerful 4400 mAh battery with decent runtime and has a sound notification to warn you when the battery reaches 10% charge.
Razor Hovertrax Electric Self-Balancing Scooter
This is a reliable and well-built board. It comes with a large battery pack and the six inch wheels make it easy to control. This board does not let the user exceed 6 miles per hour for safety reasons. A full charge will last around 10 miles.