Sunday, October 18, 2020

5 Ways To Master A Hover Board

**We were sent a Hovertrax Prizma in exchange for a review. No other compensation was exchanged.*


Many of you know Razor. They have some fantastic scooters out there (and we own two), but did you know they also make hover boards? 

Yup, they have the Hovertrax Prizma, which looks pretty awesome.



It has a run time of 40 minutes and can go 9 MPH. Plus there's flashing lights. 



But the thing is, Natalie has never been on a Hover Board before. So to be on the safe side, she decided to practice inside. Here's what she did to learn.


1. Get a helmet. It's important to be safe because you probably WILL fall a few times. This helmet is actually for small kids, but she says Hello Kitty was her aesthetic or something, I don't know, so she went with this one. 



2. If you're nervous, practice inside. It doesn't hurt as much if you fall.


3. Because like I said, you WILL fall. But laugh it off and try again. Natalie fell many times. 




4. Learn how to use your hover board properly. Natalie figured out how to make it go forward and backward before getting on. (She used her hands.) I liked how there are anti-slip foot pads. 




5. Pick up a quality Hover Board. The Hovertrax Prizma from Razor is just that. Natalie liked the multi-color LED Light Bars. She felt safe on it and it handles well. 




It can take a few tries to figure out a hover board, but if you keep at it, you'll be riding around in no time. 

To learn more about Razor, you can click here to learn some tips and tricks, plus some cool crafts. 

You can also buy the Hovertrax Prizma here. (It comes in 3 different colors!)

Natalie and her frog Gerald give it two thumbs up. (Do frogs have thumbs? No? Well. He gives two RIBBITS up.)




To learn more about Razor, check them out at the following places:

their website

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Have you ever ridden on a hover board before? 






32 comments:

  1. I would have absolutely loved one of these when I was younger, now I would just fall straight off as I have no co-ordination lol.

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  2. I see all these kids using it with immense ease, but it seems really very difficult to me!

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  3. I've never used a hover board before but it looks like Natalie is having a lot of fun!

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  4. The twins are wanting these for Christmas. I see a few trips to the ER in our future. Great information for Santa lol!

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  5. I see kids on them and I say i will never go on one. It is so smart to practice inside until you are ready to fall outside.

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  6. I’ve never tried hover boarding before, but will use your tips should I ever get the chance!

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  7. I have tried this several times and I can't get the hang of it for some reason! I will try your tips and see what happens!

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  8. My boys would have a blast with this. They love riding on skate boards so this would be a hit

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  9. I have and it’s hard. I never quit for the hang of it. It was fun to try!

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  10. Thanks for the tips. These are surprisingly difficult to manuver!

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  11. My son had one of those and loved it. It looks like a lot of fun.

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  12. Cute color and very cool to play with! Just take appropriate safety precautions when using this.

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  13. Wow! This Hovertrax Prizma is really awesome! Kids will surely love this. Hope I am still young enough to try that.

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  14. I don't know if I'd have the coordination to use it. ahahah I have two left legs ahah

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  15. It's not for me. I don't have the courage to try it! And my daughters fell so many times! But finally they did it!

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  16. I would definitely fall off and end up in the ER lol. I have no coordination, and unfortunately I passed that down to my own kids.

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  17. My kids would have loved these when they were younger. Great advice on the helmet always a good idea!

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  18. I love that you described your daughter's experience with the hover board. I have been a little reluctant and this makes me feel better. Thank you!

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  19. Good to know she mastered it. I have never ridden on a hover board before. I might try it one of these days. :) -LYNNDEE

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  20. Even though I don't have plans on using one. It's great to read these tips.

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  21. I have never tried to ride on a hover board but it looks like a lot of fun and I guess, it will test my balance.

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  22. I've never tried but it looks so fun!

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  23. Definitely looks exciting. It's amazing how these modern gadgets come with the least amount of things to hold on too in order to prevent a fall.

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  24. My kids have been wanting one of these! Might have to think about getting them one for christmas.

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  25. Oh wow, she's got the hang of it. I think the fear of falling will stay on my mind with these.

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  26. Sounds so fun to master a hoverboard. Thanks for the tips.

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  27. It looks like Natalie had fun learning to use the hoverboard! I think it was really smart to practice inside first!

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  28. It looks fun I want to try this and I'm sure my niece would love this too.

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  29. Those are great tips for mastering hover board. It could be a perfect gift idea for my nephew this holiday season!

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  30. I really want to get one but I am afraid we won't learn how to handle it, very great tips

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  31. My daughter want to get one but I am not getting one for her until she is 13 years old. Now she is 11 years. May be after some time I will get it. Looks like Natalie is getting a hang of it.

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