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What is the safest and best razor hovertrax?

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what is the safest and best razor hovertrax?
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Computer
Expert:  Quiksilver07070 replied 11 months ago.

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Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a safe Hovertrax. Or they are also called Hoverboards.

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Due to the fact that they ALL use the highly combustable Lithium batteries, that NONE of these devices can claim to be SAFE.

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When a lithium battery is broken open and the interior is exposed to the air, it instantly flashing to a flame, and begins to burn. Have a look at some youtube videos of folks opening a lithium battery.

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Ultimately, and i hate to be the bearer of bad news, but there is no such device on the market TODAY that can claim to be safe. It will be many more years before they can use that claim, if that is EVER to be the case.

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At this point in time, even though i have tried many of these devices of all different price ranges.....the batteries remain similar, and THAT is the biggest safety hazard, next to falling down.

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So to sum it up, anybody who tells you that a particular brand or device is safe, and the "Best" will no doubt be lieing to you.

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WHat i suggest, is to NOT ride on these devices at all, or at least UNTIL more of them are redesigned, and they can change some or all of the design flaws. I think it will ALWAYS be a potential firebomb, but the risk will be reduced more in the future. Oh, and you get what you pay for.....so i would advise staying AWAY from the bottom of the price bucket.

Expert:  Quiksilver07070 replied 10 months ago.

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