3 ‘Undeniable’ Reasons Why I Think The Inovus i88 Digital Piano Is An Excellent Choice

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As you all know I often provide for, where I teach kids to in just 5 Days.

Unfortunately one of the biggest stumbling blocks for parents to avail themselves of this wonderful opportunity is the lack of a keyboard. 

So, one of the biggest questions I get from parents when they first start their kids off on my is “What type of instrument should we invest in?”


While there are many different brands that I have suggested in the past, today I want to introduce to you the Inovus i88 digital piano. 


I was made aware of this piano when the creators reached out to me and asked me to write a paid for post about their product. At first I was skeptical and since I hadn’t tried out the piano myself, I wasn’t sure whether I should accept the offer or not. 


However, after reading up on the keyboard myself, and watching the different reviews, I thought that I should in fact write about the features of the piano because it does check a lot of boxes that I think are important, when investing in an entry level piano. 


As I stated previously I am being paid for writing this post and I myself have not tried this piano but am basing the facts stated here on reviews that are available online. So I’m not going to outright recommend this piano, but rather suggest, that you look at it seriously along with other brands like the Yamaha P-45, the Roland FP-30 and the Casio PX-S3000, when deciding to invest in an entry level piano for your kids. 


Ok, so now since that is done let’s get started on why I think this piano is one to be considered. 


Weighted Keys

If you’ve been following me for any period of time, you know that I always recommend investing in a digital piano that has weighted keys. For me weighted keys are very important because they help build kids’ wrist and finger muscles and definitely goes a long way to mould them toward technical precision. 

The Inovus i88, has weighted keys, and according to their website and the Amazon description, the piano is constructed with an 88-key, fully weighted, hammer-action keyboard. Accurately weighted like a grand piano, the Inovus i88 digital piano provides the most authentic feel possible. Velocity/Touch Sensitive keys changes sound seamlessly in response to touch, just like on a fine acoustic piano. 88 keys hammer keyboard truly restores the weight, depth and feel of grand piano keys. Sustain Pedal & Power Supply Included.


Yes, you know this is a big one for me. 

I often tell my students to invest in a metronome. With this piano you get an inbuilt metronome that has all the common time signatures in-built, so no more hassle finding a metronome that is easy to use and has the variety needed. 

Volume Control

In my experience I have found that many keyboards in the market have varying volume for rhythms and voices and this can be very distracting depending on the specific rhythm selected for a piece and the accompanying voice. However, that problem is eliminated with the inovus i88 piano, because one of its key features is that it has a ‘layer mode’ to adjust volume for each voice and it also has separate volume controls for rhythm, which will definitely help your child to give professional level performances even in your home studio. 

While these are the key features that really attracted me (because these are functions that I don’t ever want to compromise on), according to the reviews I have read and all the information available regarding the piano, it seems that it has tons of other wonderful features. 

Furthermore, these features are also essential for kids in my course,

Since you are here, please take a moment to view this product video, so you can get a first hand look at the piano. 

Before I stop, I would also like to point out that the creators of the Inovus i88 digital piano have partnered with Piano Academy. and when you purchase the Inovus i88 digital piano, you also get two FREE months of the premium Piano Academy subscription. 

Here’s the link to purchase the Inovus i88 digital piano in Canada. Furthermore, it will be available for purchase in Europe and Australia, sometime in 2021.

Already have a piano/keyboard, but don’t know how to teach your kids to play the piano? No worries. Just register for my , and have your kids Reading Music Notes and Playing the Piano in just 5 days.

Karen Cadera

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This program reminded me (and allowed me to teach my son) how to read music. To me, that was the most important thing that we learned together. Of course, it was very rewarding for me to watch my son play the piano with both hands at the same time, while reading sheet music. His favorite parts of the course were actually playing the songs and doing the worksheets provided.

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