Finally, the plans for my hoverboard have arrived

Subject: General Tech | February 22, 2006 - 09:05 AM |
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So, you are tired of hearing about the fact that you never go outside, and never do anything more physical than cart a laptop to a LAN party?  Well, thanks to the watchful members of MAKE:Blog, there is something outswide worth doing!   A link has appeared with a shopping list and instructions on how to build your own hoverboard.  Sorry, the leafblower is not included.

"If you watched this week's show, you'll have seen that Jason succeeded in building a fully

working Hoverboard for just £150. You'll probably also remember that he told you, you could find

full details of how to make your own Hoverboard on this website. Well, you can, and here they

are..."


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