Hoverboards are a bit controversial, but we've put the Hovertrax 2.0 from Razor through its paces. If you follow the directions, especially the weight limits, you'll be able to ride this around with confidence. The idea that you're basically sailing around and controlling the steering with your body and minimal effort is super cool.
The Hovertrax 2.0 uses gyro-sensor technology that moves you along with a shift of your feet. It'll go backwards, forwards, and can take you around corners. It's even possible to do 360 spins on the Hovertrax, but you'll need to build up to that.
There's a bit of a learning curve involved in getting used to this, which is why it's also great that the Hovertrax has a beginner mode that allows you to get your balance and feel confident. Once you've got yourself rolling, the Hovertrax will easily respond to the angle of your feet relative to the ground. Dual-hub motors provide a smooth ride for a full hour of continuous use for riders up to 220 pounds. When riding time's coming to an end, the LED indicator will tell you it's time to charge.The Hovertrax also features a blue LED light that glows over the hoverboard as you ride around town. This not only makes it look cool, but lets people know you're approaching during later hours.
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