In terms of consumer electronics, the hoverboard is still a young product, but it has matured considerably since it first hit the market in 2014. The days of spontaneous combustion are over and, now, dozens of brands have come out with multiple models ranging in size, speed, durability, and various other factors. There are so many hoverboards available today that the choice can be overwhelming.
That’s what we’re here for. Unlike other Swagway hoverboard reviews, we’re going to break down the top models by Swagway, one of the foremost companies producing self-balancing scooters today, and look exclusively at what the brand has to offer. Since they debuted in 2015, they have come out with several self-propelled vehicles including scooters, bikes, and skateboards. They recently changed their name to Swagtron to reflect their newest model of hoverboard.
One of the greatest feature of the latest Swagway hoverboard for sale today is, since the T3, each has been equipped with Bluetooth enabled speakers. That means you can sync your phone or device with your board and listen to tunes or podcasts while cruising, and even provide some background music while hanging out. Read on, and find out what’s going on with their latest models.
The T6 is Swagtron’s latest and greatest model. It does not boast any new bells or whistles, but instead significantly improves on the performance of previous models. For one, it has one of the most impressive weight capacities of any hoverboard available. In fact, it can support 420 lbs. at its upper limit, making it useable for just about anyone. Its heavy duty 10” wheels are also bigger than most other models (the average wheel size stands at roughly 6”-7” in diameter). This means the ride will be smoother, and you’ll be able to over come large bumps or cracks easier than other boards.
The device also has a twelve-mile range and a top speed of 12 mph. Many models today clock out at 10 mph, or even lower at 6 or 7 mph although they may have a longer battery life. With the T6, it will take you 2-3 hours to charge and you’ll have about two hours before you need to charge it again, depending on the terrain.
As its name suggests, the T3 is an older model, and as such, it has many similar features to the T6, but not the same performance. Some other Swagway hoverboard reviews leave this model out, but not us. It’s still an excellent choice and a top performer. For example, it contains Bluetooth speakers that you can connect to your phone or device, allowing you to safely listen to music and podcasts while cruising.
When it comes to performance, however, the T3 has a top speed of 8 MPH and a range of 11 miles. It rides on aluminum wheels with durable rubber tires, but these do not have the same heavy duty tread seen on the T6. It also can hold up to 220 lbs. Overall, this is not the most up-to-date product, but it still holds its own against many other models available today.
Make no mistake—the Swagtrons are some of the best hoverboards out there. If this article or any Swagway hoverboard reviews have anything negative to say about any model, that’s because these hoverboards stand a step above most competitors and, because of that, have been judged by a higher bar.
Few other hoverboard brands equip their products with speakers. What’s more, no other brand holds a candle to the weight capacity of the T6. For larger riders or people who tend to carry heavy backpacks, it’s probably your best option.
Now that you’ve equipped yourself with a Swagway review and tasted some Swagway knowledge, the ball is in your court. Happy hovering.
John loves scooters. He started with kick scooters back in high school. He now takes a self balancing scooter to work everyday. He works as an bank teller by day, but his passion is writing and passing the time on his scooter.