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Hoverboard

HoverSeat Hoverboard Frame

HoverSeat Hoverboard Frame
$120  Buy Link Comment

The HoverSeat is a frame that you can attach to hoverboards with a 6″ or 10″ wheelbase, turning the toy into a four-wheeled vehicle. It can haul up to 250lb, works with any beach chair, and is easy to disassemble. You can even attach a second HoverSeat to tow a passenger.

ArcaBoard

ArcaBoard
~$20k  Buy Link Comment

2015 is almost over, and we didn’t get real hoverboards. All we got were some viral videos, and 2-wheeled contraptions that spontaneously combust. At $19,900, the ArcaBoard is the latest effort – a somewhat clumsy device that actually hovers using 36 powerful electric fans.

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Lexus Hoverboard

Lexus Hoverboard

After teasing us, Lexus has revealed their working hoverboard. It uses the superconductor tech we featured a few years back, and a custom-built magnetic hoverboard park, so it won’t be in stores anytime soon. Still, it’s pretty awesome.

Lexus Slide Hoverboard (Teaser)

Lexus Slide Hoverboard (Teaser)

Lexus claims it has developed an honest-to-goodness hoverboard. The Slide is equipped with a liquid nitrogen reserve and magnets to attain frictionless movement. Don’t play with our hearts Lexus. Let this be legit.

BTTF 2 Griff’s Hoverboard

BTTF 2 Griff’s Hoverboard
$13K  Buy Comment

Hollywood Parts is auctioning off a prototype of Griff Tannen’s hoverboard, which appeared in the cheesy chase scene in Back to the Future 2. It looks as badass as the one in the movie – but doesn’t fly.

BTTF II: Hoverboard Realized

BTTF II: Hoverboard Realized

Marty McFly had the coolest mode of transportation in Back to the Future II, but the hoverboard was never actually made. Artist Nils Guadagnin decided to make his own version for a recent exhibition.

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