As hoverboard chargers go, there’s a few things you always want to be on the lookout for. Wyness hits the mark on almost everything, but where it falls short, it falls hard. The charger heats up pretty quickly, and that’s something you have to be aware of right out of the gate. As with any charger, you should be careful about where you place it when it’s going to be left unattended. The charger works quickly, but after about ten or so uses, that speed diminishes slightly.
It’s no Razor hoverboard charger — it’s built to be cost-effective, and with that, you will see some corners cut during production. You get four separate safety features that work to cut off the power if it overheats, but even with that, you shouldn’t use it as your only failsafe against heat damage or fire. Compatible with OEM parts for custom boards or replacements, it’s a versatile charger that helps you get the job done without spending a ton of money upfront.