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The board, through the application, alerts the user if it detects that the user is riding the board too fast. If this is the case, the force brake feature will decelerate the board and eventually stop once it reaches the speed limit of 10mph. The board also has highly sensitive sensors that detect unsafe riding techniques, such as too much twists and turns, unstable riding positions, and insignificant movements from the rider. Its wheels are installed with refined tread which tightens the grip and lessens chances of skidding. See More
The miniPRO is one of the most road adaptive boards in the market. It can handle steep slopes (up to 15 degrees) and different road conditions such as rocky, bumpy, or slippery roads. It rides smooth, especially on bumpy and rocky roads, because of its shock-absorbent wheels. The air-filled tires are larger than those of the other boards, thus, making it more able to handle shock and various sorts of terrain. See More
Through the application, the user can see the status of the board real time. It shows the remaining battery life and the speed that it's currently running. The user can also view the directions that the board is taking, and the current temperature of the board to avoid overheating. See More
Compared to most other boards, the Segway miniPRO is bulky and heavy. Because of this, stability becomes a bit of an issue at higher speeds. Not too much to worry about, though. The app will notify the user once it detects unsafe riding and the board has a force brake feature when you reach the speed limit of 10mph. See More
The board requires the user to be adept in using the board, thus the app having a riding tutorial feature. Everyone with a miniPRO is required to walk through the tutorial before they can fully enjoy the board. If you do not finish the tutorial, the board will beep non-stop until you have completed the walk-through process. See More
The miniPRO is the only board in the market with an adjustable and cushioned knee steering bar. Through the bar, the board is more stable and easier to maneuver. You can easily lock your knees on the bar and lean slightly towards the direction that you intend to go, and the board will respond. It does not require the foot-pivot steering which is common among all the other boards in the market. Also, the steering bar is adjustable, making it more suitable for people of various heights. See More
Razor is UL 2722 listed for safety, which makes Hovertrax DLX 2.0 secure with fire and electrical standards. Razor boasts to be the first to pass this standard for hoverboards. Aside from its riding experience, the board also guarantees the users of no electrical, fire, and wiring hazards. See More
The Hovertrax DLX 2.0 automatically levels the board for easier mounting and smoother rides. With the EverBalance Technology, the board offers a self-balancing feature which makes it easier for the user to mount the board, and control it more easily upon mounting. The technology also allows the user to navigate the board easily which makes the overall riding experience smoother. See More
You can purchase an extra battery for the board and charge it for extra riding time. Aside from its regular capacity of 60 minutes for one battery cycle, the extra battery will allow users to enjoy the board more than its maximum capability for overall increased riding time. See More
The multi-LED color display and color choices make it prettier than other boards available. It has a metallic multi-colored display, which makes it seem more elegant. Another set of colors is the dark galaxy-like design. Both designs are not at all tacky and makes the board more attractive and sophisticated. See More
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