Hoverboards are one of the hottest new outdoor devices these days. They are both super cool toys and personal transportation devices, and boys and girls alike love riding them. They are suitable for kids age 6+, teens, and even adults.
Still, since you've found your way to this article, I can only assume that you're in the market for the best hoverboard for a girl. Therefore, I've selected the below girls' hoverboards based purely on the fact that they come in some stereotypically "girly" colors. Be prepared to see lots of pink!
But also be aware that all of them come in a variety of colors and patterns, which you'll be able to choose from once you click through to Amazon. These are all hoverboards that I have careffuly researched and considered while shopping for a hoverboard for my own daughter!
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The Best Girls Hoverboards Today
Before getting to all the specific details about each of the above, here's a simple breakdown of why each of these qualifies as the best hoverboard for girls.
I put them in order of cheapest to most expensive at the time time of writing; if you're looking for super cheap hoverboards for girls, see my guide to hoverboards under $100 (spoiler: there are few girly choices available at that price range).
- SISIGAD: Super cheap girls hoverboard but no Bluetooth
- LIEAGLE: Top-selling hoverboard with good specs
- Hover-1 H1 100: Cool spacey patterns and infinity lights
- TOMOLOO: Super fun LED lights that sync to music being played
- Gyroor Warrior: Faster and more powerful board for older girls
Note that all of these are suitable hoverboards for young girls, except the Gyroor Warrior, which is better for older girls. 44 pounds is the minimum weight needed to ride any of them (usually around the age of 6). See more information in my guide to hoverboards for kids.
See the specific weight limits for each hoverboard in the product highlights below. So now, let's take a closer look at each one!
Say hello to our first super pink hoverboard for girls! SISIGAD is known for making a large range of colorful and patterned hoverboards for young kids. The cheapest model (pictured above) doesn't have Bluetooth, while the classic model does.
Let's take a closer look at this hoverboard, which comes in numerous girly colors and designs. You can also see my detailed SISIGAD review here.
- Popular brand
- Weight: 20 lbs (9.1 kg)
- Handles 44-200 pounds (20-91 kg)
- Maximum speed 6 MPH (9.7 km/hr)
- 3-5 hours charging time
- Lasts 30 to 60 minutes on full charge
- LED lights but no app or Bluetooth speakers
The most obvious selling point of our first hoverboard for girls is the super low price tag, at just over $100 (at the time of writing) for the basic model. If you're girl is quite young and you're not even sure how much use she'll get out of this toy, you may want to go with this one simply because of the very low price.
Younger kids are less likely to care about Bluetooth speakers, as well, and mom and dad may appreciate a non-noise-making device. If you do care about the Bluetooth, then go for the classic model, which also includes more LED lights. Otherwise, the other specs of the two boards are basically the same.
Being able to handle up to 200 pounds, the SISIGAD is also suitable for teenage girls. This hoverboard is light, but not quite the lightest out there.
Overall, this is definitely a suitable hoverboard for beginners, but once they get past that phase, they may want something more.
As one of the cheapest hoverboards available, the SISIGAD surely has several faults. Chief among them is the lack of Bluetooth speakers in the basic model. But it doesn't stop there.
The SISIGAD takes painfully long to charge (but you still don't want to charge it overnight, as that wouldn't be safe). Then, after all that charging time, you only get up to about an hour before it runs out again.
LIEAGLE is another extremely popular children's hoverboard maker; in fact, it's the top-selling one on Amazon as I write this. If you look at the Amazon page, you'll it also has some lower cost single-color options that are very similar to the SISIGAD I reviewed above.
But choose the pink option or other colors, and you'll get speakers too for a little more money, just like the more expensive version of the SISIGAD I linked to above.
Let's see how else the LIEAGLE is better than the last entry, or you can head over to my more detailed review of the LIEAGLE.
- Dual 300W motor (more powerful)
- Super light weight (17 lbs. or 7.7 kg)
- Can handle 44-264 lbs. (20-120 kg)
- LED lights, Bluetooth speakers, and app
- Maximum speed 7.5 MPH (12 km/hr)
- 2-3 hours charging time
- Can last 1-2 hrs on a full charge
Compared to the low-cost SISIGAD reviewed above, the LIEAGLE is 1.4 times more expensive (at the time of writing), but you get better features all around.
First of all, the motor is stronger, so this board can handle more weight. This means even adults could ride it, even though it is technically designed for kids. It also means this board can reach a faster speed of 7.5 MPH.
Second, the LIEAGLE charges faster, and lasts longer on each charge.
Last but not least, the LIEAGLE has Bluetooth, which many girls consider an essential feature. In many ways, this is a great value hoverboard.
There isn't much bad to say about the LIEAGLE, considering how much your get for what is still a very low price. There aren't a huge number of color choices, and while the speed and charging time are decent, they aren't amazing. The battery life, although a slight improvement, is still pretty crap.
HOVER-1 H1 100
Moving up to a higher price range (nearly double the price of the SISIGAD, at just under 200 dollars), HOVER-1 is a trusted brand with several good hoverboards to choose from. The Hover-1 H1 100 stands out for its spacey patterns and super cool infinity lights on the wheels.
- Tons of colors to choose from
- Max. 7 MPH (11.3 km/hr)
- Lasts 1.5-2 hours on one charge
- Can carry 44-220 pounds (20-100 kg)
- Infinity LED lights and Bluetooth speakers
- 4-6 hours charging time
- Weight: 22 pounds (10 kg)
- Three skill levels to choose from
Hover-1 manufacturers several tempting hoverboards around this price range, but I chose the Hover-1 H1 100 for its super cool pattern and infinity lights around the wheels. Not every girl just wants a pink hoverboard, right?
The Hover-1 is built to handle kids, teenagers, or adults up to 220 pounds. To make this even more customized to each rider, it comes with three different skill settings.
The Hover-1 H1 100 also has a decent battery life and reaches an OK speed of 7 MPH.
Probably the one setback that stands out the most about the Hover-1 H1 100 is the super long charging time of up to six hours. What's more, if you're shopping for a very young girl, this hoverboard is heavier than the ones reviewed above, though not by much.
With an identical price tag to the Hover-1 H1 100 at the time of writing, the TOMOLOO is another hoverboard with a unique LED lights feature: the LED lights actually sync to the music your girl is playing.
- LED lights that sync to the music being played
- Max. 7 MPH (11.3 km/hr)
- 2-3 hours on one charge
- Can carry 44-220 pounds (20-100 kg)
- Bluetooth speaker and app
- 2-3 hours charging time
- Weight: 17.6 lbs (8 kg)
Besides the super cool LED lights that match the music being played on the TOMOLOO's Bluetooth speakers, this hoverboard has decent features overall.
For young kids, this is one of the lightest hoverboards out there, making it easy to carry. Also, it comes with a reasonable charging time of 2-3 hours, and lasts a similar 2-3 hours on the road, slightly better than the above hoverboards we looked at.
This hoverboard also reaches as OK speed of 7 MPH.
Unlike some hoverboards we looked at above, the TOMOLOO only comes in a few different colors. Also, even though its weight limit goes up to 220 pounds, it really isn't designed for adults, and doesn't perform well for them.
If you're shopping for a hoverboard for teenager girl who has a thirst for adventure, then the Gyroor Warrior is for you. Compared to the other hoverboards on this list, the Warrior is more powerful, robust, and faster. This makes it one of the best offroad hoverboards available today. You can also see my more detailed Gyroor hoverboard review here.
Let's find out more:
- Child and adult modes
- Dual 350W motors
- 8.5” tires made for offroading
- High-quality bluetooth speakers
- Added self-balancing technology
- Weight capacity 44-265 lbs (20-120 kg)
- Max speed: 9.5 MPH (15 km/hr)
- Charging time: 1-2 hrs.
- Can run for 2-3 hours
- Weight: 33 lbs (15 kg)
The Gyroor Warrior is exactly what the name suggests: a warrior. This hoverboard is the only one on our list that comes with 8.5" tires (rather than the usual 6.5" tires on children's hoverboards).
Combined with a more powerful motor (700W total power in two 350W motors), this hoverboard is suitable for offroading on a variety of surfaces, and can reach a super high speed of 9.5 MPH.
While all the hoverboards reviewed above are mainly aimed at kids, this one is really meant to be ridden by the whole family, and performs well for everyone thanks to its child and adult modes.
Overall, this board is built to last.
To get these additional features, you're going to have to spend more. The Gyroor Warrior is the most expensive hoverboard on this list. What's more, to get the increased power and speed, it's also quite a bit larger and heavier. At 33 pounds, it is 10+ pounds heavier than all the other hoverboards on this list. This means it could be harder or impossible for young girls to carry it if they have to.
Things to Look For When Buying a Hoverboard for a Girl
While you should have learned a lot while reading the above reviews of the best hoverboards for girls, you may be still unsure about what all these specs mean.
First of all, rest assured that all of these hoverboards are safe, as they are all UL 22727 safety certified. Second, read these 12 tips for buying a hoverboard to figure out which features will be most important for your girl. Finally, you are going to have to strike a balance between price and quality to determine what hoverboard is best for your girl.
Just keep in mind that like an electronic devices, these things won't last forever, but your girl will surely have fun with it for the time being!
If you're only goal is to find a super cheap girls hoverboard, go for the basic SISIGAD, but it doesn't come with Bluetooth. The next step up is to opt for the premium SISIGAD which does have Bluetooth, or the similar LIEAGLE hoverboard.
If you want something with really cool, wow-factor features, the Hover-1 H1 100 or TOMOLOO are great choices, while nothing beats the Gyroor Warrior for older girls who want a more powerful and faster board.
Not matter which one you decide on in the end, your girl is sure to love her brand new hoverboard!