The Coocheer Hoverboard was designed to fill a rather important gap in the self-balancing scooter market. Quite simply, this thing is made for those who want something a little better than an entry-level scooter, but don’t want to splash out on the most premium electric hoverboards available. The result of which is a mid-range board that delivers above-average performance at a price that’s more than fair for what you get in return. With its market-leading range and seriously slick looks, it represents an appealing package upon the first inspection.
It’s a classic 6.5-inch scooter that’s designed with smooth and even surfaces in mind, with full UL2272 certified for total peace of mind. Suitable for kids and adults alike, the board has a good maximum rider weight capacity and is also waterproof for wet weather use. Safety, stability, and enjoyment are what the Coocheer Hoverboard is all about, which is currently on sale for its lowest price to date.
Features of Coocheer Hoverboard
Slow But Stable and Super-Safe
For me, a cruising speed of 6.5moh or so is a bit on the slow side. The Coocheer 6.5-inch self-balancing scooter can handle speeds of up to 10mph, though it doesn’t dole them out too often. That said, what it lacks in speed it more than makes up for in range and power. This thing takes inclines in its stride – even with a heavier fellow like me piloting it. Testing it on all sorts of terrain, I got way more than 15km out of it from a single charge.
Even when the ground’s wet, it doesn’t disappoint. That said, 6.5-inch tyres of this type are never going to be enough to deal with the roughest and loosest terrain.
- Brilliant ride and performance in general
- Solid construction and a feeling of quality
- Excellent range and quick charging times
- Bright LED light and great looks in general
- Feels powerful on inclines and rougher ground
- Lack of Bluetooth speaker is a bit of a shame
- Not the fastest board out there and no beginner/pro modes
- Solid tires are a little on the rough side sometimes
I could find fault with the Hoverboard if I really tried. It doesn’t have a Bluetooth speaker, and it’s are from the fastest board in its class. Nevertheless, with this kind of range, power, comfort, and ease of use, it represents outstanding value for money. It’s also suitable for use in wet weather as a pretty huge bonus!