Swagtron Hoverboard is UL Listed
Swagtron is UL 2272 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 bases 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 Laboratories1
Who is the UL?
UL is a worldwide safety consumer laboratory, which has been testing, inspecting, and creating safety standards for consumer products for over 120 years. The UL certification represents a product’s extensive testing and satisfaction with UL standards.
What is UL 2272?
The lithium-ion battery inside a hoverboard is a serious piece of tech. The UL scientists have been studying lithium-ion technology for years. Working with our company, these scientists have come up with a number of safety requirements that you should look for in your next overboard. A new standard– UL2272 — is the result. These comprehensive guidelines include battery and electrical system tests, motor overload tests, vibration and drop tests, tests to see how it holds up under water exposure and extreme temperatures, and more.
Is Swagtron UL Listed?
Yes, we are proud that our next-generation SwagTron T1 and T3 models are UL Listed to comply with the new standard, and are the first hover boards on the market to meet these standards. Buy your Swagtron today, and Swag Safely, my friends!
More About UL
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.2