The foundational law of the Bluefin hoverboard entails using your weight to navigate the balance board. Basically, you would need to move your body, slightly, in the direction you intend going and ultimately, the hoverboard takes you there. With this knowledge, you can professionally and spontaneously control the directions of the hoverboard with your feet.
Having a spinning sensor that interprets feet movements in its wheels, the Bluefin hoverboard is a reliable road partner and understands when to move backward or forward or when to accelerate or decelerate speed.
If you make a movement towards the front, the hover board follows suit and so does it for backward or whatever movement one intends to make. Quite easy, right? Well, before you get to enjoy that easy part, you first need to learn how to balance on the board.As it usually is for starters, when you use the Bluefin hoverboard for the first time, you tend to lose your balance amidst the uncontrollable back and forth movements it makes. The best thing to do, therefore, is to try it put on soft surfaces where you wouldn’t hurt yourself should you lose balance.
Another precautious measure is having someone close to you while learning. This person can help shield you against falling off or completely losing balance. For fit folks, children and teens, it takes no longer than 15 to 20 minutes to learn how to ride the hoverboard. With constant practice for a few hours in a couple of days, you willbecome a professionaland spontaneous rider.
For older folks, weighty and thicker people and awkward or weird people, it will take more than just 15 to 20 minutes to learnhow to ride the hoverboard.From experience, it would take about 2 to 3 hours to learn the foundational principles and a couple more days of riding to fully understand how the Bluefin hoverboard works.