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4 Off-Road Hoverboards to consider

Off-road hoverboard can take you over all kinds of terrain, from grass to gravel to rough trails. The main difference is the wheels that are all-terrain. They also need to be powerful to go over inclines, and most of them can tackle inclines up to 30 degrees. These 4 off-road hoverboards represent the best you can buy today, and also cover a range of budgets, though off-road hoverboards are more expensive than regular ones.

  • Heaviest load bearing at 420 lbs
  • 10 inch wheels
  • Bluetooth Music
  • Sturdy and durable
  • Not easy to carry around
  • Probably the best off-road hoverboard in the market
  • 400 watt motors, totaling 800 watts of power
  • All terrain 8.5 inch tires
  • IPX4 water resistant
  • Sturdy and durable
  • BLuetooth music
  • 3 riding modes
  • Max speed and range is standard
  • An overall impressive hoverboard with a solid build and reputation
  • 8.5 inch off-road wheels
  • 400 watts X 2 motors
  • 240 lbs max load
  • 10 miles per hour, 10 miles range
  • 2 hour fast charge technology
  • IP54 water resistant
  • Sturdy and durable
  • Costs more than others
  • Great off-road riding and great looks
  • 350 watts X 2 motors
  • 8.5 inch off-road wheels
  • Bluetooth Music
  • Can tackle 30 degrees incline
  • 9.95 miles per hour speed, 9.5 miles range
  • IP54 water resistant
  • Some buyers have had app connection problems
  • The cheapest off-road that has made the mark

One Wheel Hoverboards - Best 2 to buy

The one wheel concept hasn't yet caught on as widely as the regular two wheel hoverboard, but there is something  quite spectacular in the amount of fun and maneuverability you get with a one wheel hoverboard. There are only two brands that we are suggesting as the others haven't yet made much of a positive impact yet.

  • 11.5 inch tires
  • Up to 18 miles range
  • 19 miles per hour top speed
  • Hypercore Brushless Motor
  • Very responsive
  • Go over any obstacle with ease
  • Excellent climbing angle
  • 60 minutes recharge time
  • Rugged and durable
  • It is quite expensive
  • The best in this category by far
  • 12.5 miles per hour max. speed
  • 15 miles range
  • 15 degrees climbing angle
  • Max load 220 lbs
  • Connects with mobile app
  • It has a bit of a learning curve
  • Low cost, so very popular

Mini Segway like Hoverboards - 3 best choices

This is a different construct of the hoverboard, where the directional control is through the knee stick, that you move with your knees. The basic concept remains the same with gyroscopes and foot pressure controlling the electric rideable, but the knee stick is the addition that makes it easier to control. This is actually a smaller form of the original Segway. And why will it not be, since it is Segway itself who is making them. As you may know Ninebot has taken over Segway and now the company is called Ninebot Segway. All the three models below are from the same company, they just have differences in specs. You can choose any one as they are priced between $350 and $380. The Ninebot S is the newest model.

  • 1600 watts max. power
  • Connects with mobile app
  • 10.5 inch tires
  • 10 miles per hour max. speed
  • 12.5 miles range
  • 15 degrees climbing angle
  • Max load 220 lbs
  • Has an adjustable steering bar
  • Attachable to Ninebot gokart, has anti theft tech and LED headlights
  • Sometimes Bluetooth is unreliable
  • This model has had the most sales
  • 1400 watts max. power
  • Connects with mobile app
  • 10.5 inch tires
  • 10 miles per hour max. speed
  • 11 miles range
  • 10 degrees climbing angle
  • Max load 176 lbs
  • A lighter version of miniPro
  • Has less range than the others, and like the others sometimes Bluetooth is unreliable
  • A lighter version, slightly easier to maneuver