Skque is generally an original brand in the hoverboard world, they produce a couple of one of a kind items to the table so we needed to look at them. Their hoverboards are famous for having sharp, precise shapes rather than the smooth, bended body shapes that we were altogether used to. A large number of their hoverboards highlight side LED lights, Bluetooth speakers, and remote controls.
Features & Specifications
Dimensions of Board: 23.5" x 8" x 7.8" (59.7 x 20.3 x 19.8 cm)
Weight: 12 kg (26.5 lbs)
Max Speed: 10 km/h (6.2 mph)
Max Climb Angle: 15°
Wheel Size: 6.5" (16.5 cm)
Cornering: 0° rotation
Charging Time: 1-2 hours
Rider Weight Limit: 264 lbs (120 kg)
Top-side LED light strips
Range Per Charge: 15-18 km (9-11 miles)
Dual 250W motors (Electric)
Available in Black, Red, White, Blue, Green, Pink, Silver, Purple, Rose Gold or Gold.
Wireless remote control
We are completely trustful about the Skque Smart hoverboard when we initially obtained it and we were correct in that assumption. Skque is one of those tech organizations that bounced in on the hoverboards while it was popular, and with an altogether new line of products. There were a lot of reviews about them online so we generally realized what’s in store for us. In the initial unboxing of it out of the case, it had a cool look front to back. It seemed stylish as a result of all the brilliant colors, at the same time looked decent in any case. You can be advised Skque is attempting to make themselves emerge by “rethinking” the cutting edge look with the majority of its tight edges.
A full charge of the self balancing scooters took roughly two hours, which isn’t a lot of time when you contrast it with different self balancing scooters which required hours to charge. The Skque hoverboards have somewhat more wider area for your foot stance, so it felt decent to ride on. The wide stage assists with your stance so learning on one of these will most likely be a smidgen less demanding than the different hoverboards we have tried.
The top speed on the Skque is 6.2 mph so it was altogether faster than a portion of alternate self balancing scooters we’ve tried, which ride at paces of 4-5 mph. The distinction of 4 mph and 6 mph would not seem like a considerable measure, but rather that improves things significantly on a hoverboard. It resembles the contrast between 30 mph and 40 mph in an automobile. The Skque does a decent job showing with regards to moving up slopes; it just marginally backed off as the road got more extreme. Be that as it may, after its all said and done, it felt fast in light of it turning out to be a fast 6.2 mph speeds.
We were inspired by the genuine nature of the Skque bluetooth hoverboard. It has a large amount of cool elements like the top-side LED lights, sharp-looking wheels, and Bluetooth speakers (which function admirably, coincidentally!). We felt like the Skque hoverboards were excessively centered around looks and gave careful consideration to real ridableness. The revolution was exactly as smooth as we’d like, and the plastic body was rock solid. That makes it solid, yet this hoverboard likely would be excessively fun in the hands of anyone, making it possible to convey on the off chance that you ever get into a position where you can ride it.