Meet the All New Hoverboard – SWAGTRON T8
- MAX. LOAD – The SWAGTRON T8 can bear riders that weigh 44lbs to 200lbs.
- DISTANCE PER CHARGE – It allows you to ride any distance up to 5.8 miles on a single charge
- 6″ HARD RUBBER TIRES – Its hard rubber tires and aluminum wheels are made for great riding over stable terrain.
- METAL CASING – Ultra strong casing made with steel.
- WATERPROOF – The SWAGTRON T8 has been granted an IPX4 rating which means it is capable of withstanding splashes and minimal direct contact with water.
- STARTUP BALANCING – When turned on, the unit holds itself level.
- LITHIUM ION FREE – The lead acid battery is an alternative power source that is less hazardous than lithium ion batteries.
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10 Reason You Should Have A SWAGTRON T8 Hoverboard
1.) Dual Motorized Wheels
Each wheel on SWAGTRON T8 houses a powerful 200w motor.
2.) Max. Speed
The SWAGTRON T8 is capable of reaching powered speeds of 7 mph.
At a weight of just 26 lbs, the SWAGTRON T8 is portable so you can take it to your favorite riding spot.
4.) 5.5 Hour Charge Time
The SWAGTRON T8 features a robust lead-acid battery and charges in 5.5 hours
5.) Cool and Unique Design
The SWAGTRON T8’s unique rectangular hoverboard design makes you stand out from the crowd.
6.) UL-2272 certified
Fully certified under UL2272 safety standards.
7.) Climbing Capability
Easily ride over inclines up to 30°
Eco-friendly, fully electric power means zero emissions.
9.) Foot Pedals
The SWAGTRON T8 allows you to depress each pedal for precise, responsive control.
10.) 1 Year Warranty
Last but not least, the SWAGTRON T8 is backed by a 1 Year Limited Warranty.
UL / Safety
What does it mean to be UL Listed?
“ UL Listed means that UL has tested represented samples of the product and determined that it meets UL’s Requirement’s These requirements are based primarily on UL’s published and nationally recognized Standard for Safety. References to UL and the UL listing may include the UL Listing Mark.” –Underwriter Laboratories
Tests SwagTron T8 Went Through
- Overcharge Test
- Short Circuit Test
- Over discharge Test
- Temperature Test (Determines the failure temperature of a product.)
- Imbalanced Charging Test
- Dielectric Voltage Test
- Isolation Resistance Test (Testing Isolation Transformer.)
- Vibration Test
- Shock Test
- Crash Test
- Drop Test
- Mold Stress Test
- Water Exposer Test
- Thermal Cycling Test (Testing the effects of extreme differential temperature change.)
- Label Performance Test (Comparing products against other leading brands.)
- Strain Relief Tests
- Motor Overload Test
- Motor Locked Rotor
- 20mm End Product Flame (Test that determines flame resistance.)
(To show proof of UL listing, the UL holographic sticker will be on the bottom of every product)
UL is an international science safety company whose goal is to insure safety to consumer’s products. UL was founded in 1894 and in 1903 developed the first standard for safety. In 1913 changed building construction by improving construction standards of walls. In 1921 UL Certified First Refrigerator. Tests range from shock hazard to the ability of small kids being able to open it from the inside. In 1923 UL certified the first Burglary-resistant Safe. 1930 UL certified the first Automatic Dish Washer. 1937 UL certifies the first washing machine. 1939 UL certified the first black and white TV. 1940 UL certifies the first vending machine. 1966 UL certified the first seat belt. In 1975 UL developed the Federal Television Standard in response to 10,000 reports of TV Tube fires. 1978 UL certified the first personal computer. In 1988 UL certified the first bullet resistant vest for police.
(*** This data was found on the UL website, http://www.ul.com/aboutul/history/***)