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  • TESTING MY NEW MONSTER-HOVERBOARDS

    11 May 2020
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    LAVERA STEWART

    LAVERA STEWART

    Editor-in-Chief of the Approved By Coach
    To be honest with you โ€“ Iโ€™m a huge fan of hoverboards. IMHO, electric vehicles like that are the future of transportation. So Iโ€™ve decided to choose some model but couldnโ€™t choose between the two. They were just so good. So I decided to buy both these models, and see which one is actually better.
    What is the Monster Hoverboards
    The first I got was from EPIKGO Sport Series โ€“ a racer hoverboard for speed. It also has race car wheels with blacked-out rims and looks roaring! The second model is a Halo Rover โ€“ this one is for off-roading. I actually looked through all these different contraptions and decided I wanted to play with the two: Halo Rover and EPIKGO Racer. One is for speed, and the other oneโ€™s for off-road.

    What I Found in the Box

    In the box of the Halo Rover I found a carrying case and a strap. Thatโ€™s nice: so I can just throw the hoverboard over the shoulder and carry it around, wherever I need. Also, there were some monster truck tires in the box. On the bottom, there were some speakers. However the volume of those can get pretty loud, so whether thatโ€™s a good thing or bad depends on your preference.
    Monster Hoverboard in a rougher conditions
    So Iโ€™ve decided to call a friend of mine on a weekend, and offered a race, to see which hoverboard would be supreme. I chose EPIKGO while my buddy went with Halo. And wouldnโ€™t you know it, my EPIKGO was the winner. Next, we decided to test it on more uneven road, more specifically โ€“ gravel. There Halo Rover ended up victorious. So I think this little experiment was really useful โ€“ I found out that EPIKGO is a top-notch choice when you need speed, while monster truck Halo Rover turned out to be a better choice for tougher conditions, such as climbing ramps, climbing off the sidewalk, going on gravel and even snow, I believe.
    TOMOLOO
    FLYING-ANT
    Gyroor
    Hover-1
    TOMOLOO Hoverboard with Speaker and Colorful LED Lights Self-Balancing Scooter UL2272 Certified 6.5
    FLYING-ANT Hoverboard, 6.5 Inch Self Balancing Hoverboards with LED Lights, Hover Board for Kids Teenagers-No Bluetooth
    Gyroor T581 Hoverboard 6.5
    Hover-1 Ultra Electric Self-Balancing Hoverboard Scooter, Pink, 24 x 9 x 9.5 inches
    Price not available
    $134.99
    $229.00
    $176.00
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    TOMOLOO
    TOMOLOO Hoverboard with Speaker and Colorful LED Lights Self-Balancing Scooter UL2272 Certified 6.5
    Price not available
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    FLYING-ANT
    FLYING-ANT Hoverboard, 6.5 Inch Self Balancing Hoverboards with LED Lights, Hover Board for Kids Teenagers-No Bluetooth
    $134.99
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    Gyroor
    Gyroor T581 Hoverboard 6.5
    $229.00
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    Hover-1
    Hover-1 Ultra Electric Self-Balancing Hoverboard Scooter, Pink, 24 x 9 x 9.5 inches
    $176.00
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    Conclusion

    So yeah, in the end, it really depends on what you need. To be fair, they both work a lot better than I expected. These monster trucks are sturdy build, and I had no problems whatsoever. Plus they have a really good battery, so thatโ€™s a win in my book. However, thatโ€™s my personal take on it, you may have your own preferences, so go with the one that YOU find appealing. Later! ย 
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