The US Consumer and Product Safety Commission has announced a new product safety recall involving some Hovertrax 2.0 hoverboards featuring GLW battery packs from Razor USA. The issue, according to the recall notice, is one we’ve heard before: the batteries may overheat, which could lead to everything from smoking all the way to blowing up.
Razor, which you perhaps best know for its slim scooters that were popular in the ’90s, makes multiple hoverboard products, including the Hovertrax 2.0.
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