posted on Mar, 4 2014 @ 02:14 PM
reply to post by myartisstrong
If you read their legal terms on the web site they say all information should be taken "as is" and basically say that if you buy this product and it
doesnt work like what the video shows that its not the companies fault and that they can not be held accountable for any non working products. They
also go on to warn about viruses and the fact that they cant be held accountable for any information getting in the hands of a 3rd party.
They also have No where to place an order and no where do they list prices.
As much as I wanted this to be real I have to say its just a well thought out prank (judging by all the information presented by the website
Unless they actually start selling them and we get to see some reviews I will have to continue thinking that this is a fake, even though I too
desperately want this to be real.
P.S I too noticed what looked like harnesses and a boom/crane in a few shots. You could really tell when that rapper tried it, he whent straight up in
the air when he leved off, his body stayed perfectly still while his legs and board were wobbling around. That shows that there is support of some
kind being used, its the same thing as all those other fake hovering board videos.