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UK’s No1 Leading and Specialist Hoverboard Retailer, stocking certified & UK tested Hoverboard 8.5 inch All Terrain Hoverboards / Segways in United Kingdom, which also have been featured on the Channel 4 TV Show Peng Life and on the X Factor Talent Show, ridden by the judges and contestants. These are a Motion Hoverboard Segways with 8.5 inch wheels, and come with the latest 2.0 Bluetooth modules to stream music from a device to the Segway Hoverboard which the All Terrain Hummer has smart built-in speakers. The All Terrain Hummer monster Segways can be used on deep grass, sand, bumpy pavements and hiking paths.

A motion hoverboard is a powered two-wheeled self-balancing scooter. They are also known as “hoverboards”, “self-balancing scooters” or ” Segways without handlebars”.

A motion hoverboard has two wheels that are each powered by an electric motor. The motors are controlled by a computer system that uses sensors to keep the hoverboard balanced.

To ride a motion hoverboard, you simply stand on it and lean in the direction that you want to go. The computer system will then adjust the motors to keep you balanced and moving in that direction.

Most motion hoverboards have a maximum speed of around 10 mph (16 km/h).

It can take a little practice to get used to balancing on a motion hoverboard, but most people can do it within a few minutes.

Yes, our hoverboards are made with high-quality materials and components to ensure durability. However, like any electronic device, they may eventually need repairs or replacement parts.

Although the price of the motion hoverboard exceeds £700. But now you can enjoy getting your favourite motion hoverboard from us today at a price as low as £269.99.

Most motion hoverboards have a range of around 10-15 miles (16-24 km) on a single charge. However, this will vary depending on the model, how it is used, and the conditions it is used in.

Most motion hoverboards have a maximum weight capacity of around 220 lbs (100 kg). However, this will vary depending on the model.

There are no official age or weight restrictions for riding a motion hoverboard. However, we recommend that riders be at least 8 years old and have a minimum weight of 44 lbs (20 kg).

Yes, you can use a motion hoverboard indoors. However, we recommend that you avoid using them on carpeted surfaces as this can damage the wheels.

Yes, you can use a motion hoverboard outdoors. However, we recommend that you avoid using them on wet or uneven surfaces as this can damage the wheels.

Yes, most motion hoverboards are compatible with a hoverkart. This allows you to turn your hoverboard into a go-kart, which is great for racing around or going off-road.

Most motion hoverboards have built-in safety features such as LED lights, anti-slip footpads, and automatic shut-off. However, we recommend that riders always wear protective gear such as a helmet, elbow pads, and knee pads when riding.

No, it is not waterproof. If you ride it in the rain or through puddles, the board may short-circuit and stop working. Be sure to avoid wet conditions when riding your hoverboard.

The all-terrain hoverboard battery will last for up to 2 hours of continuous use. However, we recommend taking breaks every 20-30 minutes to avoid overusing and damaging the battery.

The main difference between an off-road hoverboard and an all-terrain hoverboard is the tire type. All-terrain hoverboards have tires that are designed for both paved and unpaved surfaces, while off-road hoverboards have tires that are only meant for unpaved surfaces.

The all-terrain hoverboard has a weight limit of 100 kg and a height limit of 6 feet.

Yes, the all-terrain hoverboard comes with a 1-year limited warranty. If you have any issues with your hoverboard, please contact us and we will be happy to help.

There are many places in the UK where you can ride your off-road hoverboard. Some popular locations include parks, forests, and beaches. Just be sure to check the local laws and regulations before riding in any public area.

No, it is not illegal to ride a hoverboard on the street in the UK. However, we recommend that you only ride your hoverboard in designated areas such as parks or off-road trails.

A hoverboard 8.5 is an all-terrain hoverboard with 8.5-inch tires. This size is perfect for riders who want a bit more stability and control when riding on unpaved surfaces.

Yes, an off-road hoverboard is typically cheaper than an all-terrain hoverboard. This is because off-road hoverboards are designed for use on unpaved surfaces only and do not have the same features as all-terrain hoverboards.

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