The New All-terrain Halo Rover Hoverboard

LOS ANGELES,CA — September 12, 2016. LA based company HaloBoard, announced today the release of their newest worry-free hoverboard model, the “Halo Rover”. A

ccording to press release:”The Halo Rover Hoverboard has been certified by UL, and each board comes with a hologram certificate stating that it has passed UL 2272 Certification.

“But even before the device raised safety concerns — “Halo Rover’s Worry-Free Guarantee ensures that customers do not need to worry about hoverboards overheating or catching fire.(…) All Halo Rovers include Certified Firesafe LG Batteries,” the company says.

Part what makes Halo Rover hoverboard unique, is the fact that it has 8.5-inch tires, which allows to roll over all kinds of different terrains. The Halo Rover hoverboard motor accelerates up to 10 MPH including uphill.


Caption: Halo Rover App (Photo©,HaloBoard)

The Halo Rover self-balancing scooter can be controlled via mobile app, which allows you to monitor vehicle’s power, adjust speed and steering sensitivity as well as measure travelling distance.


  • Safety: UL 2272 certified
  • Mobile app: Personal Halo Rover mobile app
  • Water resistance: ipx4 water resistant
  • Speed: up to 10 mph
  • Range: up to 10 miles
  • Tire size: 8.5 inches
  • Hill grade: up to 20 degrees
  • LED head lights: yes
  • Bluetooth: yes
  • Battery: UL Certified LG lithium-ion battery
  • Warranty: 6 months guaranteed
  • Price: $ 697.00


3 Comments on "The New All-terrain Halo Rover Hoverboard"

  1. This has got to be the best hoverboard. Hit it many placed and works like new. We have a few of the Halo products. So far they have been impressive.

  2. It looks great, but its still made out of plastic. Why would I buy a hover board built for off-roading that is made out of plastic? I found a 10 inch air tire all aluminum hover board from Canada at a cheaper cost that is made specifically for off-roading from a manufacturer called Smart EV. Why is no one talking about that hover board?

  3. Sammy Bernard | December 3, 2016 at 1:21 am |

    I ride mine in almost all weather conditions. Holds up real good

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