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e4fun Balance Board

e4fun Balance Board

299,00  149,00 

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299,00  149,00 

  • Description
  • Advantages and technical data
  • WHERE CAN A BALANCE BOARD BE USED LEGALLY?
  • CUSTOMER REVIEW
  • INSTRUCTIONS

Hoverboards, a "must have" for the last 3 years

The e4fun Hoverboard is characterized by exceptional handling and a powerful battery.

The board has been popular among children and teenagers for years and can often be seen at playgrounds. The Hoverboard improves one’s balance and is therefore also an ideal sports and leisure device for anyone who wants to assert themselves physically. Shifting one’s weight causes the board to move forwards or backwards, and if the feet are also tilted forwards or backwards, the effect increases. Tilting one’s feet in opposite directions, on the other hand, will make the Hoverboard turn around. Watch the video to see how casual it looks after little practice.

The e4fun Hoverboard features two powerful 250 W motors, is lightweight at just 8 kg and has an extremely trendy multicolour appearance. The board is delivered with a charger and can be fully charged in less than 3 hours. The board has a maximum speed of 12 km/h (7 mph) and is fitted with LEDs that produce a special light effect.

The best thing about the e4fun Hoverboard is the sensational price of €149. Compare for yourself, and you'll love our board even more if you’ve bought it as a bargain.

Advantages

  • weihts just 8 kg
  • Speeds of up to 12 km/h (7 mph)
  • Max. range of 10 km 15-20 km
  • Max. rider weight of 120 kg
  • Can be taken onto any kind of public transport
  • More freedom and dynamism
  • Protect the environment

Technical Data

United Kingdom

E-scooters, hoverboards and hovershoes may be used on private land provided that the land owner grants permission. Since such powered transporters may only be used on private land, there are no laws governing maximum speed, minimum age, brakes, insurance plates, driver’s licences, helmets or indicators.

In the United Kingdom, it is currently illegal to use “powered transporters”, which includes e-scooters, segways, hoverboards, hovershoes, on any public road or space dedicated for use by pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders.

For any vehicle to use public roads lawfully, it must comply with technical standards, be insured, taxed, licensed and registered and the driver must be tested before being allowed on the road. Since e-scooters, hoverboards and hovershoes do not conform with any of these stipulations, it is illegal to drive them on the road.

Powered transporters are also prohibited from using pavements and pedestrian-only areas by section 72 of the Highway Act 1835, which states that it is illegal to ride any form of “carriage” (which applies to all motorised vehicles except mobility scooters and wheelchairs) on the pavement. The Road Traffic Act 1988 moreover prohibits the use of powered transporters on footpaths.

Cycle lanes are also out of bounds for powered transporters according to section 21 of the Road Traffic Act 1988, which states that only pedal cycles (with an exemption for mobility scooters) may use such spaces.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/powered-transporters/information-sheet-guidance-on-powered-transporters

https://www.techadvisor.co.uk/buying-advice/gadget/electric-scooter-law-uk-3668712/

The legal framework is constantly changing in all European countries. We therefore do not assume any liability for the accuracy and timeliness of the information!

Germany

In Germany, hoverboards and hovershoes are only permitted in restricted non-public areas, i.e. on private land, in closed-off courtyards, or on terraces and playgrounds, for example. There is no additional requirement to obtain insurance.

The legal framework is constantly changing in all European countries. We therefore do not assume any liability for the accuracy and timeliness of the information!

Switzerland

In Switzerland, hoverboards and hovershoes are only permitted in restricted non-public areas, i.e. on private land, in closed-off courtyards, on terraces and playgrounds, for example. There is no additional requirement to obtain insurance.

The legal framework is constantly changing in all European countries. We therefore do not assume any liability for the accuracy and timeliness of the information!

Belgium

The speed of travel determines where you can use these machines: if you do not move faster than at a walking pace (6 km/h), you are considered a pedestrian and must therefore follow the rules applicable to pedestrians. You are therefore welcome on the sidewalk, when there is one.On the other hand, if you drive faster than walking, you will have to follow the rules applicable to cyclists and therefore use the cycle path at a maximum speed of 18 km / h.

Control and responsibility requested

On the insurance side, most companies have adapted, including micro-mobility vehicles in the mandatory family civil liability. As for cyclists, wearing a helmet and a brightly coloured chasuble is not mandatory, but strongly recommended. No permit is required either and since Hoverboards and Balance Shoes users are considered pedestrians, the electric equipment must not have any special equipment.

https://www.touring.be/fr/articles/hoverboard-segway-co-quelles-regles-du-code-de-la-route-faut-il-respecter

https://www.levif.be/actualite/belgique/hoverboards-trottinettes-electriques-et-gyroroues-que-dit-la-legislation-belge-en-matiere-de-micromobilite/article-normal-986657.html

https://www.belgium.be/fr/mobilite/autres_vehicules/engins_de_deplacement

The legal framework is constantly changing in all European countries. We therefore do not assume any liability for the accuracy and timeliness of the information!

Austria

In Austria, hoverboards and hovershoes with an output of less than 600 watts and a maximum speed of 25 km/h are classified as small vehicles, which may principally be used away from main roads - i.e. on pavements, play streets and residential streets, and of course also on private land and playgrounds. It is vital, however, that nobody else is put in danger by using the devices. The speed must be adjusted accordingly. The following age restrictions apply: only children above the age of 12 may use hoverboards and hovershoes without adult supervision. Children aged ten and above may use them if they possess a valid bicycle licence.

The legal framework is constantly changing in all European countries. We therefore do not assume any liability for the accuracy and timeliness of the information!

Tanja .

02. Okt 2018

Ich habe bereits einen Elektro Scooter seit 4 Monaten und benütze diesen täglich. Ich bin sehr zufrieden damit. Aber der hat auch 599 € gekostet. Jetzt habe ich auf dieser Webseite für meine Tochter bestellt. Super schnelle Lieferung, ausgepackt, ausprobiert, fährt einfach tadellos. Mein teurer Elektro Scooter hat zwar technisch (laut Handbuch) bessere Werte, aber ich merke keinen Unterschied. Danke

Carina L.

14. September 2018

Schnelle Lieferung, gute Beschreibung dabei. Einfach geil!

Michael M.

8. September 2018

Meine Frau und ich sind Camper und haben uns 2 von diesen E-Scootern geleistet. Ist zwar der günstigste am Markt, aber doch eine Stange Geld für uns. Mit dem Camper angekommen in Kroatien, Scooter waren natürlich dabei, brauchen ja fast keinen Platz. Insel tagelang mit Scooter erkundet. Die haben sich so richtig ausgezahlt.

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