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2020 New White Spiderman 350W 15KM/H 6.5" Hoverboard

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This is a New UL2272 Certified Spider Pattern hoverboard for people looking for fun and style at the same time. Most futuristic Self balancing Hoverboard has spider pattern on the body and wheel hub. You can reach Max Speed of 7mph  and range of 10miles . With Max weight of 200lbs it is loved by everyone in the family.

Max Speed: 7 mph
Distance: 10 miles
Motor: 250W
Wheel Size: 6.5''
Weight Limit: 200 lbs
Charging Time: 3 Hours
Bluetooth - Connect to your on-board speaker via Bluetooth and enjoy your favorite music through your stereo speaker with premium sound quality while riding. It can connect from your laptop, iPhone, or any other Android device.
Colorful LED Lights: Headlights and top light that change color when you go forward, reverse or turn!
UL certified: hoverboard meets UL2272 standards for quality charging and electrical performance. 
Easy to learn and maintain. The Self balancing technology of the hoverboard makes it easier and safer for beginners and amateurs. 
US Base services, buy with Confidence,  provides professional , your satisfaction is our goal.
Package include
1 x hoverboard
1 x charger
1 x user manual
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