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Among this year’s hottest gifts will be the hoverboard, also known as the less enticing but better name of an “electric hands-free scooter.” If you’re brave enough to try to grab one of these elusive people-movers, then you most probably have a few pre-shopping questions. We've got answers.
Where Can I Get one?


It’s already this late in and you want to buy one now? It’s not impossible, but it won’t be easy. Quite a few major retailers can be purchased out already or don’t want to stock them whatsoever (liability issues are extremely real)-so getting one prior to the holidays is going to be an issue. Going directly to one of the manufacturer’s websites is your best option (some links below), or build an Amazon alert for one of the better-known brands. Sure, research online for “hoverboard” on Amazon raises a lot of options, but a lot of they are knock-offs that are going to break, or worse.
Simply how much Is it Going to Cost?

One way to tell if your board is a bit of good is cost. Under $300? You almost certainly want to back away quickly. A number of the best-reviewed boards are upwards of $1,000, though among those without celebrity reputations attached are available for between $500-$900. TL;DR: There really isn’t a regular price yet, however you should budget to spend at least $500.
Which Ones Would be the Safest?

A better question to inquire about might be, “Which hoverboard won’t explode and kill me, resulting in a death so embarrassing it sounds like an Onion headline?” Fantastic and wise query. There are a few reports about cheap version of the devices being sold with low quality battery packs that overheat. Then, you know, explode. Unfortunately, these reports have all declined to name names-but most information points too units coming completely from China are the culprits. But, um, that’s many of them. A good bet is usually to opt for one of the popular brands: PhunkeeDunk, Hovertrax, IO Hawk, Ninebot, and Swagway are all (relatively) big names on this market.

Really, though, if you see an ultra-cheap deal or some Groupon-type steep discount, take a hard look at those specs. And in all likelihood just don’t get it. Safer to be safe than end up the butt of the saddest joke ever. If your deal seems too best to be true… it is.
Can one Ride This Thing Outside?

The treatment depends where you live. The U.K. says you can’t ride your hands-free scooter on sidewalks or road, so feel free to wheel around indoors or directly in front of your driveway. They're also-maybe-not allowed in New York City, depending on how fast yours may go. If it can go quicker than 15 mph (and never that many can), leave it at home. In California, a whole new law that passes at the start of the year will make it perfectly Okay to ride your board in bike lanes and pathways (helmets required!). Still, some individual malls, schools, and other spaces are taking measures to ban these from their hallways and premises, so know that the rules may not always be on your side.
OK, Therefore I Can Ride This Outside, Which One’s Great for Outdoors?

If you’re taking this thing out on concrete or pavement, then almost all of the major brands will work fine. If you’re searching for something to take on rougher terrain, the Solowheel Extreme from Hovertrax is a great option. In general, the first Hovertrax board is a fantastic choice for all-around rideability-check out this video wearing down some of the other big companies and comparing their strengths (and weaknesses). Think about consider: These are electric, so riding them around in the rain isn’t the best idea ever. Somewhat water on the road won’t cause a blast at the, but that’s as much as you should risk.
Are These Little Kid-Friendly?

How dextrous is your child? If you are buying it for a kid, maybe check out a model that includes a handle. It’s basically a Segway for small people, but it’s certainly safer. If that’s just not going to cut it, then pick a device with a lower max speed; 5 MPH is probably enough. Devices with bigger tires and a little easier to maneuver. The Ninebot’s middle knee rest feature may additionally help with balance.
Wait, What exactly are These Even Called?

LOL nobody knows! Technically, what you are trying to buy is not a hoverboard-those do actually exist, only in prototype form, so you won’t be acquiring one this holiday shopping season. Names that people have been calling them: glideboard, hands-free Segway, electric scooter, or simply “rideable” (ugh). If you want to speak which of the people, just keep with hoverboard (though maybe use air quotes around “hover” because that is not actually what’s happening).