Razor promises its Hovertrax hoverboard won’t catch fire or explode

The hoverboard was undeniably the breakout gadget of 2015. So it’s only fair the self-balancing two-wheeled scooters would show up in full force here at CES 2016, and Razor’s Hovertrax is among the most talked about models in the category. That’s because the brand known still for its handlebar toy scooters says its the only company legally allowed to sell hoverboards in the US thanks to an exclusive licensing agreement it inked earlier this year.

Luckily, Razor’s version seems pretty good — and relatively cheap at $ 599.99 compared with the many $ 1,200 to $ 1,500 models out there. Also, the company wants you to know its model won’t spontaneously combust under your feet.

Razor says its Hovertrax won’t burn your house down

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