The hoverboard fever pitch may be is over, but we thought the F1 Gyroor Hoverboard may just bring that fever back up. Why? Because it is not just another copycat hoverboard; it is style very distinctively, after the adrenaline pumping, world class race car series Formula 1 race cars. Believe me that when I say it is style after Formula 1 Race Cars, I do mean F1 race cars. Don’t believe? Just look at the board. It does look like the front end of a Formula 1 Race Car, doesn’t it? It is UL 2272 certified, uses LG/Samsung battery cells and passed CE, RoHS and FCC certification, and therefore, you can be sure it is like a Formula 1 race car which won’t go up in flames.

F1 Gyroor Hoverboard The Fastest Hoverboard

The lithium-ion battery, which is removed and rated at 4.4 Ah/36V, is responsible for powering a pair of 350 W electric motors which affords this two-wheel F1 race car to make a top speed of 9.95 miles an hour (16 km/h), thus making it the fastest and most powerful hoverboard (that doesn’t actually hover) to date. The battery affords up to a range of 9.5 miles (15.3 kilometers) per 1.5-2 hours charge. The best part other than the look is, it is totally off-road capable. Yes. A hoverboard, off-road. How cool is that? Even Formula 1 cars can’t do that.

F1 Gyroor Hoverboard The Fastest Hoverboard

Other features include an aluminum frame in an IP54 construction, massive 8.5-inch capable rubber tires, integrated carrying handle, maximum load of 265 lbs (120 kilograms) and it has a maximum climbing angle of 30 degrees. It is app-connected where a dedicated app allows you to adjust the speeds and LED lights (yes, it has those too). And oh, it has a Bluetooth speaker built into it too, so you can rock it with along with your favorite tunes.

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Available in two color options: Silver and Yellow, the F1 Gyroor Hoverboard is currently on huge discount at Gyroor website, priced at $559 (usual: $999).

F1 Gyroor Hoverboard The Fastest Hoverboard

Images: Gyroor Board.

H/T: Matthias.

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