Jason Bradbury created his own working hoverboard that costs just $261 to make. It uses a petrol leaf blower for the “hover” and is constructed from wood/pool lining.

“Right now, all the device does is perform like a heavy block of ice (with a few stones in it that keep snagging on the ground every four feet or so). I can stand on it and float and I can affect a sort of motion, in the way you can use your wait to alter a skateboard’s trajectory.”

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Jason Bradbury created his own working hoverboard that costs just $261 to make. It uses a petrol leaf blower for the “hover” and is constructed from wood/pool lining.

“Right now, all the device does is perform like a heavy block of ice (with a few stones in it that keep snagging on the ground every four feet or so). I can stand on it and float and I can affect a sort of motion, in the way you can use your wait to alter a skateboard’s trajectory.”

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