Save $100 on this factory-remanufactured hoverboard | Engadget

Save $100 on this factory-remanufactured hoverboard | Engadget

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You can handle some commutes on foot. Others require a short bike ride. But for those travels that fall in between, you might not want to have to gear up and find a bike rack at your destination. Instead, a self-balancing scooter can make for a fun alternative, and you can even browse your social media feed while you wait at a crosswalk.

The price may be your biggest deterrent — some models, such as the Segway Loomo, cost upwards of $1,700. Retailing for $230, the Hover-1 Ranger might be worth considering if you’re on a budget, and you can purchase a factory-remanufactured model for an additional $100 off.

With an average rating of 4.3 out of five across over 200 Best Buy customer reviews, the Ranger is a hoverboard offering up to six miles of range with a single charge, thanks to its lithium-ion battery. It features dual 200W motors, which Hover-1 suggests gives the Ranger a top speed of 7 MPH. Plus, Hover-1 claims the scooter’s 6.5-inch wheels provide users weighing up to 220 pounds a smooth ride.

You can even jam out while riding by downloading the Hover-1 app from the App Store or Google Play Store. This allows you to connect to the Ranger via Bluetooth, where you can control your music, ride level and lighting. Additionally, the hoverboard features bright, color-changing LEDs on its wheels and deck to illuminate your path, even while cruising in the dark.

Lastly, this self-balancing scooter is factory-remanufactured by IRecertify, meaning it’s rerun through a production line and inspected multiple times to work as new before shipping. So while the Hover-1 Ranger originally cost $230, you can purchase one today for just $130.

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