Portable and Foldable Light-Weight Lithium-Ion Powered GyroCycle

Portable and Foldable Light-Weight Lithium-Ion Powered Gyrocycle

Light Weight Portable and Foldable Electric Tricycle with Revolutionary Lithium-ion Battery Power. It can be easily folded to store in your trunk or any compact space at your home. When folded, you can drag it like a standard size luggage. When you are ready to go, unfold and ride for up to 10+ mile on a single charge!

May 24, 2017

Are hoverboards safe yet? (2)

We know, we know. Technically, these boards don’t actually hover, but “hands-free scooter” just doesn’t sound as cool. It’s been a tough few years for the hoverboard industry. For a time, the hoverboards just wouldn’t stop catching fire. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, hoverboard-related fires between December 2015 and February 2016 were responsible for more than $2 million in property damages nationwide. Some college campuses and airlines have banned self-balancing scooters altogether, and the United Kingdom has completely outlawed their use in any public space.

With all this negative publicity, you might wonder, “why buy a hoverboard?” Uh, because they’re awesome. These motorized, self-balancing devices are easy to pick up and tons of fun to ride, and, honestly, the hardest thing about a hoverboard is trying to look cool while riding it. These puppies can actually be an effective mode of transportation, capable of reaching speeds close to 10 mph and “hovering” for nearly 20 miles on a single charge. Best of all, there are finally self-balancing scooters on the market that are guaranteed not to explode violently at your feet! Amazon even rescinded its February 2016 decision to cease hoverboard distribution.

By Nick Hastings / 5/11/2017

One Comment on “Are hoverboards safe yet? (2)

December 14, 2017 at 9:44 pm

I’m pretty sure hoverboards has always been safe, and the whole “they explode at any moment!” thing was just a bunch of clickbait nonsense. I mean yeah, there were problems with hoverboards catching fire but it wasn’t this big epidemic like all the news outlets made it out to be.


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