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Where To Buy A Real Hoverboard !FREE!



Originally hoverboards were not bluetooth compatible but since their unveiling in 2016 they have come a long way! Now some boards feature bluetooth speakers that you can easily connect your phone to, and play any audio you want out of your hoverboard. This is the best way to listen to music safely while riding. Small speakers may throw off your balance, while headphones block out the important sounds of your surroundings which could be dangerous. Gotrax introduced a bluetooth hoverboard in 2019, and now has a full series of SRX Hoverboards that include bluetooth speakers.




where to buy a real hoverboard



The Ion is a self balancing hoverboard an updated futuristic model, from GOTRAX. It's sleeker and more stylish design if built for the next generation of riders! This nifty board has a 400 watts of power and goes up to 7mph on 4 miles of charge. The other feature this hoverboard has is its Self Balancing Mode. The hoverboard can automatically level itself making it easy for any level of rider to get on and off the board.


The SRX Mini is a highly rated and universally loved hoverboard built just for kids! The frame of the SRX Mini is designed with integrated handles and lighter components, so kids can take the board on any adventure. The Mini has a manageable top speed of 6mph and lasts up to 3 miles on a single charge. It has a dual 150 watt motor with a 25.5v motor. As with any kids product, safety is key, that is why GOTRAX included a self balancing mode, to make getting on and off a breeze.


This is the #1 selling hoverboard for GOTRAX! A great baseline model with everything a beginner would need to get to rolling. This hoverboard classic comes with the standard UL certification, 400 watts of power, 4 mile max distance on a charge, and can go up 7.4mph. This bad boy also comes in a variety of fun colors, so it matches any riders style.


The E3 hoverboard is the highest performance hoverboard by GOTRAX, with the best parts and highest specs. It is uniquely designed with a tech inspired look and built-in carrying handles. The E3 has the power to get you around on any terrain, with a 36v battery touting 500 watts of power. It reaches speeds of up to 8mph and can last 5 hours on a single charge. This hoverboard boasts the widely popular Self Balancing Mode, making it easy to on the board while the gyroscopics keep the hoverboards deck keeps it level to the ground. You can also take your music with you anywhere, as the E3 comes with an internal bluetooth speaker system.


Travel Bag: Your hoverboard is prime for adventure, make sure it travels anywhere you go! Hoverboard bags are a sleek and easy way to get your board from home to wherever your next adventure may be!


Gyroscope: The most important part of a hoverboard, this component adjusts the tilt of the platform in order to keep the rider balanced. It's such an important piece of how a hoverboard functions that the devices are sometimes called "gyro scooters".


The Hendo relies on the simple concept of using magnets to levitate the hoverboard over a metal surface, but the requirement of a special surface means you won't be floating over water or concrete any time soon.


The Hendo does currently exist as a prototype, and the Hendo team even dreams of building of a skate park specifically designed to work with the hoverboard. You can even get a brick engraved with your name in their "hoverpark" for donating $59.


The Hendo team is aiming to launch the hoverboard next October, but if you're anxious to get your hands on the technology behind the Hendo, you can donate $449 for a non-working Hendo replica, or $299 for a Hendo Whitebox developer kit.


Sadly, 2015 came and went without the arrival of flying cars, Jaws 19, or hoverboards under Christmas trees, but not for lack of trying. Several companies have undertaken the task of bringing the dream of flying skateboards into reality.


In the absence of true antigravity technology hoverboards need some source of energy to push them away from the ground. The force of gravity can be measured as acceleration. In essence, how quickly does an object fall toward the ground? There are, of course, other factors to consider. Wind resistance eventually matches that acceleration until you reach a terminal velocity, but experiments have proven that objects in a vacuum fall at a consistent rate regardless of their shape, size, or mass.


Hendo, a company specializing in hover technology, used this same philosophy to craft their hoverboard. The Hendo hoverboard has four electromagnets beneath the board itself, which the company calls hover engines. The four engines help to balance the field and keep the board stable. The only trouble is it requires a particular surface not readily available in the outside world, at least in quantities sufficient to cruise around on.


In order for the Hendo hoverboard to work, it has to be placed above a copper surface, or some other surface with similar properties, like aluminum. Counterintuitively, it works precisely because copper is not magnetic. Instead, copper is an inductor which interacts with powerful magnets by generating an electric field.


In the case of hoverboards, the magnetic field created by the powerful electromagnets above a copper surface is sufficient to prevent it from falling. More than that, by altering the field of one or more of the electromagnets, Hendo was able to create force in a direction perpendicular to the surface, allowing control of movement forward, backward, and side to side.


Omni Hoverboards founder and CEO, Alexandru Duru, who holds the Guinness World Record for the longest flight on a hoverboard, revealed new information about his company's deceptively simple creation during an interview with DroneDJ.


"It's the simplest thing you can imagine," Duru said of his hoverboard in the interview with DroneDJ. "Really. It's your body that does the balance. Our brains can learn so many things, and it learns this as another skill. It's not even that difficult."


Though Duru didn't reveal much detail on his plans for commercialization, he did say that his company's hoverboard "will turn into a product that's usable for real. Not just, you're looking at these guys with jetpacks, and thinking this is great, but this is crazy. I really think that here we have something that's not too crazy."


Why walk when you can hover! Get hoverboarding and ride around hands-free in your home or park with these cool hoverboards. This self-balancing two-wheeled scooter uses an internal gyroscope to help you balance as well as other unique features that will revolutionize the way you travel. Equipped with safety-shielded lithium-ion batteries, these stylish hoverboards also come with built-in Bluetooth speakers, great battery life, LED lights with multi-color designs, a maximum speed of 8 mph, all-terrain wheels built for off-road adventure and more, making it a real cruise for you. From road hoverboards to scooter hoverboards, this two-wheel motorized device is sure to keep you on your toes for hours. So, what are you waiting for? Get on one of these electric hoverboards and get riding for endless fun for you, your friends and family. It also makes for a great choice of gift for kids.


But a newly released video, which shows the pro-skateboarder riding an actual real-life hoverboard, goes a long way towards making amends. Sadly, the hoverboard in question is slightly less impressive than the one in Hawk's spoof video. While it indeed hovers, it only does so one inch above the ground, and only if the ground in question is a conductive surface. Other drawbacks: the battery lasts a mere seven minutes and there are currently only 10 prototypes, each priced at $10,000 on Kickstarter.


Back in December, just in time for Christmas, Amazon was filled with opportunities to buy a hoverboard, the auto-balancing skateboard that runs off infrared sensors, gyroscopes and motors. Of course it isn't a real hoverboard like in the movies. It is more properly called a self-balancing, handle-free, two-wheel scooter.


Then patent law intervened. The patent holder Razor USA sued (spending up to $1 million per week!) to shut down the myriad "pirate" hoverboard beings sold online (and on the streets), mostly from China. They cost a fraction of what a "real" hoverboard cost.


But the story hardly stops there. If you search today for hoverboard on Amazon, what you find are hoverboard skins, hoverboard chargers, hoverboard decals, hoverboard simulators, hoverboard refrigerator magnets. What you will not find is an actual hoverboard. Right now, you can only get those on eBay.


The legal complications here are so complex as to have no real resolution. There is no original inventor we can go to and say: "You own the idea of the hoverboard." The pertinent patents here are up to and probably exceed 400, and they have been sold and sold again.


What may ultimately happen is, as with the smartphone patent wars, Razor and Segway may cross-license their patents to each other, to permit each to manufacture hoverboards. But the prices will remain high and the incentive to innovate diluted because other competitors will still face patent threats from Razor and Segway.


The reality is that patents are nothing but a state-granted privilege to exclude competitors, and these privileges are traded in an open market and enforced by violent means. The results in the real world have nothing to do with justice and incentive for creators. They have everything to do with large-scale industrial monopolies.


But the safety issue is a red herring. The patent itself is the significant and defining factor for the banning of the product. It happened through a circuitous route, and in the name of defending property rights. As the Tech Times notes: "It isn't the safety factor in question here. The big issue in question is that Segway claims the fundamental design of the hoverboard trespasses upon their original product, whether or not the scooter has handlebars." 041b061a72


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