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[Canada Computers] Hoverbie Two-Wheel Hoverboard Scooter - $119.99

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[Canada Computers] Hoverbie Two-Wheel Hoverboard Scooter - $119.99

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Saw this in their online flyer:
https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... _id=092151

Can't find any reviews but cheapest I have ever seen one.

There are other colours available too but stock is limited.
Last edited by wilmaster001 on Sep 16th, 2019 5:17 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Cool,

I just need to lose 3 pounds to be able to use it.
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hah, i remember these were 4bills
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Wait, is that 220 lbs per feet? err...... damn it.
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DealPanda wrote: Wait, is that 220 lbs per feet? err...... damn it.
220lb per load. So in total
😎Thanks RFD😎
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Combined with a go-kart like adapter, these look pretty cool. Last time I was on the bike trail saw 2 kids with the adapters flying by...
https://www.amazon.ca/Hover-1-Attachmen ... B06WWP3CL9

I guess is you're handy you could easily build one, and likely can find one much cheaper from aliexpress or something...

I was thinking to get one of these hoverboards and adapt it to a kid's car that has no power... would be pretty cool...
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So tempted to get this but not sure if the battery is any good. Hope it's not the ones that overheats or blow ups.
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blackbirdman wrote: 220lb per load. So in total
Joke was he was asking if it was 220 lbs per foot (leg).
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vodka wrote: Combined with a go-kart like adapter, these look pretty cool. Last time I was on the bike trail saw 2 kids with the adapters flying by...
https://www.amazon.ca/Hover-1-Attachmen ... B06WWP3CL9

I guess is you're handy you could easily build one, and likely can find one much cheaper from aliexpress or something...

I was thinking to get one of these hoverboards and adapt it to a kid's car that has no power... would be pretty cool...
Cool, interesting, never knew this existed before
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I dont know why, but I Back to the Future just jumped into my head when I saw hoverboard. Dissapointed :(
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There is probably no warranty coverage or return for this. Would avoid
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U4IA wrote: I dont know why, but I Back to the Future just jumped into my head when I saw hoverboard. Dissapointed :(
I just pulled that up thats fromthe 80s or 90s lol... Sure wish they had that. There is something close to that but still pathetic, it has lots of fans and is a square and its on youtube... Cant rember the name...it rises 6 inches off the ground though
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These after terrible work it comes to battery. Be mindful. You get what you pay for especially when it comes to these things.

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