Segway X2 SE Review

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Perfect for those looking for the most durable and rugged off-road Segway on the market, the Segway X2 SE is a monster of a scooter. This scooter features the same wireless InfoKey controller and safety lights—as well as the adjustable speed limiter lock—as the i2 scooter above. It also includes a set of 21-inch tires that are made to handle anything and everything the wilderness might offer. The scratch-resistant mud flaps protect your Segway from muddy puddles, and the cargo rails make hauling items a breeze. read more

2017 Top 6 Hoverboard Reviews

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There are multiple hoverboards available online. Here are some of the best ones. A slight description of the features is provided. At the end of the description, the biggest pros and the biggest cons of the model are provided. Here are top 6 the most popular models of 2017:

Top 1. Powerboard by Hoverboard

The Powerboard by Hoverboard is probably one of the most expensive self-balancing scooters out there and the question everyone’s asking is: “Is it worth the price?”. The answer to this question is yes, it is. Here’s why: read more

Top 7 The Best Segway Style Twin-Wheeled Electric Scooters of 2017 Review

Best Segway Style Two Wheel Scooters 2017

The popularity of the two-wheeled personal vehicle has grown immensely as the latest technology continues to improve upon the Segway style electric scooter’s design. However, many people are still unaware of what exactly a Segway is.


A quick look at the best Segway style electric scooters

Product Name

Miles per Charge

Max Speed


Our Rating


Airwheel S3

40 miles 11 mph 265 lbs


Segway miniPRO 14 miles 10 mph 220 lbs


Airwheel S5

40 miles 11.2 mph 265 lbs


Airwheel A3

40 miles 12 mph 265 lbs


Segway i2 SE

24 miles 12.5 mph

270 lbs


Segway x2 SE

12 miles 12.5 mph

270 lbs


Inmotion Mogo

10 miles 9 mph 220 lbs


What is a Segway Style scooter ?

The Segway-style electric scooter is built using 5 gyroscopes that work together to provide a self-balancing vehicle. Additionally, it uses incredibly accurate tilt sensors to monitor the rider’s center of gravity, turn with the slightest effort, and give riders the sensation of hovering or gliding on air. read more