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Self-Balancing Hover Shoes

Self-Balancing Hover Shoes

by Voyager

Hoverboard fun in separate shoes LED lights for extra safety Range up to 5 miles

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  • Instructions: Turn on the power of each unit while on a flat surface. See user manual for more details
  • Self-balancing technology makes learning to ride easy
  • Convenient to carry and strap on each skate
  • Bright LED glow lights on the bottom of each skate
  • Battery indicator on the top of each skate
  • Range: Five miles per charge, roughly forty minutes of riding
  • IPX4 rating
  • Caution: Use only as directed. Do not ride with more than one passenger at a time. Minors must ride with parental supervision. Always wear shoes, helmet, and safety gear. All riders must comply with local laws and give way to pedestrians
  • Made in China
Materials
ABS plastic, aluminum, silicone; lithium ion battery, PCB
Care
Spot clean as needed. Store indoors when not in use
Includes
Pair of hover shoes, charging cable, user manual, and warranty information
Max speed
6.2 mph
Charge time
Three hours
Ages
14+
Weight range
55-200 lbs
Dimensions (each)
9.8" x 7" x 4.4"
Weight
7.7 lbs

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Hoverboard fun in separate shoes LED lights for extra safety Range up to 5 miles
These self-balancing hover shoes make for quick learning and improved safety. Strap on a LED-lit pair and lean your body in the direction you want to go in; lean back to brake. There’s a learning curve but once you get it, you won’t want to stop. You can hover around up to five miles and at speeds up to 6.2 miles per hour on a single charge.

Voyager

Voyager advances the convenience and fun of hoverboard technology while adding more control and safety. Advanced self-balancing electronics built into these hover shoes gets users up and riding quickly with an easy learning curve.

The gliding shoes are a fun way to get across campus, around town, or just up and down the driveway. Learning how to maneuver on a pair is just a matter of adjusting your body weight; shift in the direction you want to go in and lean back to brake. You can travel up to five miles and at speeds reaching 6.2 miles per hour on a single charge.
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