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HOVER-1 Superstar Hoverboard £189 @ Currys
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HOVER-1 Superstar Hoverboard £189 @ Currys

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Posted 27th Oct
Was £249 NOW £189 SAVE £60.00 🔥🔥

Get ready to live your childhood dreams with the Hover-1 Superstar Hoverboard.

Ideal as a guilty pleasure or a unique gift for any gadget-lover, the Superstar has a built-in Bluetooth speaker so you can enjoy your favourite tunes as you ride around. It even has LED wheels, adding a splash of colour to every journey. It can all be controlled from the Hover-1 app, which also lets you toggle the difficulty level, track your speed and monitor your route through built-in GPS.

With solid 6.5" wheels, the Superstar is sturdy enough to take any rider (so Dad has no excuse not to give it a go). As it's water resistant, you won't have to stay indoors if it's been raining - get out there and enjoy whatever the weather brings.

Product Features
  • Ride around both indoors and outside
  • Customisable LED wheel lights
  • Water-resistant design makes it ideal for any weather
  • Built-in Bluetooth speaker for music on the go

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These are such a poor invention IMO, so expensive and for what? about 10 minutes of fun, since it's against the law to use them in public spaces such as Shopping Centres or on the Road etc, they are so slow to, why on earth people have gone out to purchase these is beyond me, terrible idea, but yet in the USA they are widely used, motorized scooters much more popular, the USA versions are also much faster & much better designs.

They are not even close to been a Hoverboard either, like on the film back to the future 2, absolute joke IMO designing these, a total flop and yet people buy them, god knows why. But hey ho everyone to thier own.
Edited by: "lettherebedeals" 27th Oct
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These are such a poor invention IMO, so expensive and for what? about 10 minutes of fun, since it's against the law to use them in public spaces such as Shopping Centres or on the Road etc, they are so slow to, why on earth people have gone out to purchase these is beyond me, terrible idea, but yet in the USA they are widely used, motorized scooters much more popular, the USA versions are also much faster & much better designs.

They are not even close to been a Hoverboard either, like on the film back to the future 2, absolute joke IMO designing these, a total flop and yet people buy them, god knows why. But hey ho everyone to thier own.
Edited by: "lettherebedeals" 27th Oct
Yeah, I’ve seen so many people almost crack their heads open on these on YouTube and that’s only the videos that are allowed , the common way people fall is to have the wheels shoot out in front of you, giving your head nothing but a 6 foot drop to the pavement.
I wouldn’t let my kids use this, but I think skateboarding in a skatepark is probably safer.
lettherebedeals27/10/2019 00:18

These are such a poor invention IMO, so expensive and for what? about 10 …These are such a poor invention IMO, so expensive and for what? about 10 minutes of fun, since it's against the law to use them in public spaces such as Shopping Centres or on the Road etc, they are so slow to, why on earth people have gone out to purchase these is beyond me, terrible idea, but yet in the USA they are widely used, motorized scooters much more popular, the USA versions are also much faster & much better designs.They are not even close to been a Hoverboard either, like on the film back to the future 2, absolute joke IMO designing these, a total flop and yet people buy them, god knows why. But hey ho everyone to thier own.


Good for YouTube fail videos though
WowWowWeeWaa27/10/2019 00:34

Yeah, I’ve seen so many people almost crack their heads open on these on Y …Yeah, I’ve seen so many people almost crack their heads open on these on YouTube and that’s only the videos that are allowed , the common way people fall is to have the wheels shoot out in front of you, giving your head nothing but a 6 foot drop to the pavement. I wouldn’t let my kids use this, but I think skateboarding in a skatepark is probably safer.


So true, they are far from safe, battery life is shocking and everyone I've spoken to who as purchased one of these, say it was the worst £200+ they ever spent, just a gimmick thrown in the cupboard after 1 hour or so, kids quickly get fedup, they are so boring as well, a terrible invention that is far from what it was meant to represent "An Hoverboard" not even close, I don't think I'd pay £20 for one seriously.
This will get very hot. Not the deal obviously! The actual item.
youtube.com/wat…YFw lol, what a haters xD It will not get hot, you won't die on it, mileage is bad (at least on mine as it's only 36v less than 10ah and it's used, somebody gave it for me for free).
The problem with them is only one, they are very low, you will touch every bump on a road and that will stop you immediately. You will have to jump off from it.
there is reset mode for gyroscopes which have to be set up otherwise board might behave weird.

it's fun but not for idiots. I had a lot of fun just from riding in a house (not so much fun outside xD). skateboard or scooter would be a better option.

There are no roads for it in UK, the only option for them is mod them. https//ww…YFw
Edited by: "dzondotcom" 27th Oct
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