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Swagtron Swagboard Outlaw T6 Off-Road Hoverboard

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Color: Black

Style: Hoverboard


  • Product Note: Max speed and range per charge vary based on several factors, including: rider weight, riding surface, incline, ambient temperature, battery level, riding style (stop/start vs cruising), etc.
  • FOR ALL RIDERS The T6 can handle up to 420 lbs., making it the best choice for riders of all shapes and sizes!
  • ALL TERRAIN - Roll over bumps and inclines up to 30 as you travel through mud, grass, rain, and even gravel.
  • 12 MILE RANGE - The T6 off road hover board has a 12-mile range, and the capability to reach powered speeds of up to 12 MPH.
  • 10" RUGGED TIRES - Dual rugged, 10" tubeless tires designed for all terrain exploration.
  • ROCK WHILE YOU RIDE The self-balancing hover scooter uses Bluetooth to play music directly from your phone. Dimensions- 25.7 x 10 x 10.5 inches

Brand: Swagtron

Model Name: T6

Color: Black

Age Range (Description): Adult

Special Feature: LED Light, Heavy Duty, Built-In Bluetooth speaker, Big Wheel

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H: ‎28 x 13 x 12 inches

Package Weight: ‎14.88 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎10.5 x 25.7 x 10 inches

Item Weight: ‎32 Pounds

Brand Name: ‎Swagtron

Warranty Description: ‎MFG Limited

Model Name: ‎T6

Color: ‎Black

Material: ‎Plastic

Suggested Users: ‎Unisex Youth, Adult

Number of Items: ‎1

Manufacturer: ‎SWAGTRON

Part Number: ‎T6

Model Year: ‎2017

Style: ‎Hoverboard

Included Components: ‎Swagtron, Manual, Charger

Size: ‎1

Date First Available: January 5, 2017

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  • One of the most fun things to ride ever!
Color: Black Style: Hoverboard
So I purchased this for something new to do. I'm 65 and not particularly skillful in balance but I found it easy to learn how to ride. I had no real prior experience on similar things like snowboarding or skateboarding or surfing or wake boarding. It took a while, perhaps upwards of an hour of practice over several sessions to feel like I could reliably go forwards and backwards and turn. Braking was most difficult to learn. Then after about two or three hours total on the board doing figure 8s, circling and going forwards and backward I felt confident on the board. All of that practice was on the smooth concrete of my garage floor. Then I was ready for the dirt road that leads to the house. I felt like I was starting over, going on an uneven surface was much harder and the going was slow, but then after about an hour of practice over 2 or 3 sessions I got confidence there too, and did 4 or 5 miles on the dirt and gravel and got more confident. Then went to a skate park early in the morning so I could practice by myself and that also improved my confidence and I learned how to go up and down gentle slopes. Then it was time to tackle the yard, it's very uneven and has a gentle slope to it. Surprisingly, once I just let myself go a bit faster it was easy to do. At the time I am writing this I have perhaps a total of 10-15 hours total on the board. Just wanted you to know where I am coming from for the following review. This board is great. I have no experience with a smaller one that has solid or smaller tires but the ones on this one are very good over dirt and imperfections on concrete. Once I got to the point of being able to stand naturally on the board and trust it I found I could simple zip over expansion joints in concrete, over hoses in the yard and actually ride on gravel. Just like with a bike, going a bit faster is better than going a bit slower when the riding gets difficult. I've been riding with it just as it came right out of the box. The air pressures seems high in the tires but have not yet tried to ride with a reduced pressure, the traction I get both on concrete and dirt seems fine right now. As for the board itself I've noticed the following. With the app I have tried changing the modes but can't say I have noticed much difference between the learning mode and the advanced mode. The Bluetooth seems fine but I would have like the max volume to be higher, but then I do have a bit of hearing loss so that might be the reason. I did a bit of testing on the battery. It does seem to fully recharge from near depletion in about an hour, certainly in less than an hour and a half. I haven't tried to see if I can go 12 miles on a charge yet but I do know that I can go about 40 minutes all through my yard before it starts beeping at me that the battery is near depletion. I do want to complain that the beeping is really not very loud and I only noticed that because I happened to look at the battery charge lights first to note that I was nearly out of charge and then noticed the beeping. 40 minutes is not very long but I was going constantly and the yard is very rough so I expected less than an hour. I also haven't tested the claim it can go up a 30 degree slope but I have been up and down fairly steep asphalt roads and it made it no problem. I did note that the max speed is reduced going up and that was expected. I haven't gone the full 12 mph claimed, but have made it to 9 mph. That's because that's the fastest I currently feel safe going. The other thing I didn't try was the so called “startup balancing mode” so can't say anything about that. I have ridden a little bit in the dark and I would say that the built in LEDs don't really provide enough light for safe riding. They certainly let other people know where you are and whether you are braking or not, but they aren't like headlights, so if night riding is your thing, bring a flashlight My overall impression I that it is well built, that the balance algorithms work well and that it is relatively easy to learn to ride and that it will work over a wide range of surfaces. And that it is really, really fun. So, I can recommend buying one. One last word. I have yet to fall on this, but I have had to step off several times when riding really uneven ground. That doesn't keep me from wearing protective clothing which for me is a helmet and wrist guards, and when I get to where I ready to go on even more difficult terrain or go faster on the pavement I will start wearing the body armor I use in mountain biking, maybe even upgrade to that full face helmet. Be safe. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2018 by Taos Skier

  • Heavy duty
Color: Black Style: Hoverboard
I’m in my 50s and I’m a big girl. I do love to play, so I thought I would try this. I’m way too heavy for almost every other model but this one goes way up to over 400 pounds which is plenty for me. I’ve used it about three times and every time I get better at it. I haven’t fallen yet, but I also am barely at crawling speed at this point. LOL I know if I practiced more I’d get a lot better at it. It’s pretty fun and it does respond pretty well. It’ll be great when I get better at it and I can actually go places! I’m looking forward to walking/running my dog with it. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2023 by Missy V.

  • Beast of a hoverboard.
Color: Black Style: Hoverboard
This is the big daddy of hoverboards. Goes over terrain that I never dreamed a hoverboard could! Tires are sturdy & not hard plastic cheap stuff. Really the envy of all other hoverboard users. Be prepared to fall though, it’s inevitable. Getting used to this beast has a learning curve. If you’re going from a regular hoverboard to this one, it’s a different world. It’s like going from a golf cart to a muscle car. Give yourself time to get used to it. Wear safety gear bc the speed is incredible! The ONLY downfall (which isn’t due to the board) is finding a cart that will fit. You really have to search for the right one bc most will not fit it. Also, the handle in the middle, where the two sides separate is awkward. It also makes the regular carts not fit. And be prepared for it to be HEAVY to carry. Get familiar with the battery life & prepare accordingly bc you don’t want to be lugging this beast for too far. It’s really a great hoverboard! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2023 by Sammi911

  • Expensive and still very High Maintenance
I would like to start off by saying that I did all of my due diligence before purchasing this item. Meaning I read all reviews that were posted which were helpful but not very specific as well as attempt to search for video reviews (didn't find and review videos). My review will be extremely specific especially due to the cost of this hoverboard. I have also included photos of all the parts as well as the items of my own that I had to use to make this hoverboard functional. When I received the hoverboard, I immediately took pictures of everything while also inspecting the product visually first. At this point I checked the tires and found that the left tire had way to much air in it and the right tire was completely flat. I already knew that I would have to manage the tire situation. After this I sat down and read ALL material sent with this hoverboard and noticed that the card states that it is ready to ride immediately (it was not). That didn't bother me as much, but it was mentally noted. So this meant that I had to put air in my hoverboard before I could even ride it yet. I go and look on the inside of the tire for the tubes (I read the manual as well) and I go to screw off the caps and it was extremely difficult within seconds of attempting this, so I call swagtron customer service to see if there is a way that maybe I didn't realize to more easily remove the caps to put air in the tire (It took a minute for the lady to even understand what I was asking). I asked her "do I have to remove the tires or something?" I am put on hold for a moment and she comes back and states, "no, if you do, your warranty will not be valid". So I say to her, "okay.... I will try to remove them again". It took me 3 hours total to remove both caps, the left tire was flat so it was not as difficult as the right (due to the right tire being over pumped). I had to use a slim neck plyer tool (pictures included of tool) to attempt to hold the tube up as much as I could to screw on the air pump tube that was provided with the hoverboard around the air tube. After I was able to finally get the air going into the tires, the air would go quickly out of the left tire before I could remove the air pump tube so this took 2 attempts to keep air in it. I decided not to even put the air caps back on the tires due to this long list of difficulties. I have ridden it 2 times since receiving the hoverboard and learned quickly of what one reviewer meant when he said that as the charge decreased, (green light) so did being able to fully control the hoverboard. Now, the green light has 5 squares that represent increments of 20% (1-20%, 2-40%, 3-60%, 4-80%, 5-100%). I also use the iphone app while I was riding. I look down at the green light and saw that I had 4 squares (which I thought was still pretty good) and I looked at the app which gave an exact percentage of 78%. I began to ride my hoverboard fast (it is not my first time on one) and it loses control and I get thrown forward. (Thank god for athleticism). Now as I stated, I have ridden my hoverboard 2 times and it has been in my home when im not riding it and I go to get ready to ride it and the left tire is flat (the tire that had too much air in it upon unpacking) and the right tire still had an adequate amount of air so I knew this was not because of the caps not being put back on. I learned when calling the swagtron company that they are really adamant about anything seeming to be altered on the hoverboard no longer being under warranty so I have no faith in there responsibility to the device after that one call and I had just received my hoverboard that day when I called, just to probably have to send it to them for however long to be looked at or whatever. I also read about the restocking fees so if I was to send it back due to how high maintenance it is I know I will not get all of my money back and that will be a big problem for me. This is a detailed review on my experience with this hoverboard while only riding it 2 times, but having it since June 5. I have included photos of everything that was described and you can see the difference in the right round tire and the left flat tire as well as the design and cramped location of the air tubes. Honestly, I would not have purchased this particular hoverboard if I knew how difficult a tubeless tire with the tube on the inside would be. It would have been better being located on the outside, especially since it is tubeless anyway. Hopefully this answers the questions that anyone would have involving this particular hoverboard. This is not a bad review, because the board is pretty fun when actually riding it, although I would suggest it for a more seasoned rider because it has a strong kick. I just thought that an air filled tire would be easier and better to maintain. This is an annoyed review. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on June 25, 2017 by Pink Pink

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