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AeroBoard hoverboard for £219.98 with free delivery from Groupon

£219.98 @ Groupon
Thinking of getting this for a friend for Xmas. Been looking at hoverboards but none of them seem very safe. Found their website, where it's at full price (£399.99) and they have all the certificates …
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
Thinking of getting this for a friend for Xmas. Been looking at hoverboards but none of them seem very safe. Found their website, where it's at full price (£399.99) and they have all the certificates on. Comes with a bag too and looks like it could be a really good hoverboard.

Found on Groupon.

he AeroBoard

Gyroscopic stabilisation system allows you to move with freedom
Built in calibration for a smoother ride
Easy to ride, no training needed
Aluminium encased, custom built battery
Colours: white, black, red, green, blue
Comes with a standard 1 year warranty and is supplied with a carry bag
Safety

The most tested and certified hoverboard in the UK
Only UK supplier to commission specific hoverboard tests to guarantee safety
6 levels of physical protection in the battery
4 levels of electrical protection in the battery (QuadShield)
LG lithium ion battery cells with fire retardant shielding
Safe Stop System to combat battery outages
Shock absorbing endoskeleton
Tech specs

Range: 11 - 16 miles (18km - 25km)
Maximum speed: 9.5mph (15kph)
Maximum load of 120kg
Engine power: 500W
Maximum tilt: 15° - 30° (depending on rider weight)
Tyre size: 170mm
Voltage: 36V
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
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1 Like #1
do these explode whilst charging?
3 Likes #2
bouncy99
do these explode whilst charging?

Maybe plus they don't hover, pointless things!
2 Likes #3
Certified by who and for what?
#4
powerbrick
Certified by who and for what?
If you go to the bottom of this page, they show all the certificates. https://www.aero-board.co.uk/safety
#5
Well, people don't like this "find" then ha X)
2 Likes #6
geebus316
Well, people don't like this "find" then ha X)
Just reckon that nobody wants them as they are banned everywhere.
3 Likes #7
Chav travel..........
#8
Only place that they are legal to use is private land with the landowners permission. There are a few minor exceptions to this but generally roads, pavements, parks, public spaces are no go areas for these devices. Every time I see one I report it on 101.
#9
xdaminis
geebus316
Well, people don't like this "find" then ha X)
Just reckon that nobody wants them as they are banned everywhere.


​agreed.
#10
I've also been searching for a hoverboard, balance board, swegway etc, from what I've read they all have to be (certified UL2272). Razor makes one called hovertrax 2.0 but their expensive.
2 Likes #12
geebus316
Get yourself, sorry your fwend, a door stop. £200+ cheaper, won't explode and won't end up on eBay for £50 in a months time.
#13
Hell on wheels
#14
555gc8
I've also been searching for a hoverboard, balance board, swegway etc, from what I've read they all have to be (certified UL2272). Razor makes one called hovertrax 2.0 but their expensive.


​You must have a huge garden!
2 Likes #15
dothedealnow
geebus316
Get yourself, sorry your fwend, a door stop. £200+ cheaper, won't explode and won't end up on eBay for £50 in a months time.
Will do. Bet your fun at a party mind with the old 101 comment haha! Is that serious?
#16
I've also been searching for a hoverboard, balance board, swegway etc, from what I've read they all have to be (certified UL2272). Razor makes one called hovertrax 2.0 but their expensive.
#17
£189 delivered over the last few days on ebay daily deals, £220 today but keep dropping the price every few days. http://www.ebay.co.uk/rpp/deals#sports-and-leisure_p15_r0

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Edited By: POWYSWALES on Nov 16, 2016 17:13
[mod] 1 Like #18
Comments tidied. Lets leave it there please. Thanks.
1 Like #19
I don't own one of these,but I love them as they annoy people,to the point they want to call the police and waste their time.
1 Like #20
Does it actually hover? No. So it's not a hoverboard. False advertising.
#21
Did you really just ask if it actually hovers and then state false advertising OMG I'm trying to decide which is worse, this or the muppet calling the police
#22
fezza.
Did you really just ask if it actually hovers and then state false advertising OMG I'm trying to decide which is worse, this or the muppet calling the police

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