Hoverboard getting too dangerous? Time to convert it into a HoverSeat

HoverCart hoverboard attachment for safe personal commuting

Hoverboards have become a bit of scare crow in the last few months owing to numerous reports of these personal commuters setting on fire. So, the best way to stay safe is to stay away from a Hoverboard for good. That is how most of the people perceive the situation. But guys over at BoatsToGo have a different idea to safely ride a hovercraft while adding to its utility. This is HoverSeat personal commuter which is more like a go-kart minus the steering wheel. The Florida-based firm has come up with the idea of attaching a set of rear wheels to the Hoverboard with chassis support for it to carry the weight of a full grown human in a sitting position.

This is a novel idea that is safe to commute and has many practical uses like towing a heavy load or simply having fun while sitting on a chair as you drive it to the beach. The light aluminum frame is easy to transport in the boot of your car along with the Hoverboard, and when the need arises simply attach two of them to have some fun. They have made it a point to design the aluminum frame in such a way that it can accommodate a bicycle seat, cushion, beer cooler or a box. Other than that this unique two wheeler can tow a wheeled cart with load onboard, but I advise you not to do so as it would put load on the Hoverboard’s motor.

HoverSeat attachment for Hoverboard is priced at $138 with the price slashed to $69 in sale. But as you would expect this item is currently out of stock. However, if you want it desperately you can check out their website after 3-4 weeks, maybe you’ll be in luck.

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