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The Gyoor F1 Racing Hoverboard is a safe and durable hoverboard that can get you where you need to go, whether you’re an experienced rider or just starting out quickly. And with a 2-3 hour charge time, it can do it just after your morning cup of coffee or cereal is finished. Check out our best off-road hoverboard list for even more great options! See our other best hoverboard list with boards that have LED lights and Bluetooth speakers. However, if you need a hoverboard specifically designed for girls, make sure to check out our list of the top hoverboards for girls.
The F1 Gyroor Hoverboard is an excellent hoverboard for both beginning and advanced riders that offers seven miles of range per charge and is UL 2272 certified for safety (great news if you’re a parent). The scooter is also adorned with colorful LED lights that are both fun and act as headlights in the dark.
The F1 Gyroor Electric Self-Balancing Hoverboard can reach a maximum speed of about seven miles per hour, which is the same as the GoTrax SRX Hoverboard. Although this might seem like a low top speed, remember that it’s all you on the self-balancing scooter. There’s no handle or steering wheel to control, so you’re literally riding the wind. But if you do want faster terrain hoverboards, try the Hoverboard Ninebot S.
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The Gyroor F1 Hoverboard has passed the test, and, like its cousin, the Gyroor Warrior Hoverboard, it’s UL2272 certified. But to be fair, all the best hoverboards are. With this certification, you won’t need to worry about the hoverboard short-circuiting or the self-balance mechanism being thrown off. They’ll be safe for new riders learning how to ride and experienced riders looking for a thrill.
The Gyroor G F1 Hoverboard contains a range of about 8-9 miles on a single charge, just above its max speed rating (which seems to be the norm for road hoverboards). Battery charging time is minimal at only 2-3 hours to get a full charge. It takes about the same amount of time to charge your phone, so you’ll be up and going in no time flat. If you’re looking for a board with a high-quality board with a little more range, though, consider the Epikgo Sport.
F1 Gyroor Hoverboards have a weight capacity of 265 pounds, like the Halo Rover Hoverboard. Impressive considering most electric scooters top off at 225 pounds. The hoverboard also has a portable handle and removable battery for convenience, but if you do need to walk with it, be aware that, at 24 pounds, it’s one of the lighter boards out there. The frame material is aluminum, which is fine, but we would have appreciated something more durable.
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The Hoverboard Gyroor F1 can make racing sounds for fun via Bluetooth speakers because it was designed based on formula one cars. We’ll let you decide if that’s cheesy or cool. Aside from the Bluetooth speaker, LED lights are smart app-controlled and can act as headlights if you need to travel in the dark. Finally, the app, combined with Bluetooth, can act as a music speaker on your rides as well!
The Gyroor Hoverboard has a lot of positives going for it that really outshine the negatives. There is one, though, and that’s the aluminum frame. Maybe I have a bias, but I prefer a steel construction for durability. And the racing sounds it makes? Honestly, I find it a bit cheesy, but I know there will be people out there who think otherwise, and all opinions are welcome!