Thursday, April 21, 2016

Florida company invents hoverboard 'sitting attachment' for people who have completely given up

Posted By on Thu, Apr 21, 2016 at 2:17 PM

Sure, the self-balancing electric scooter (aka hoverboard) is great for able-bodied people who have given up caring what anyone thinks, but now a Florida company has invented a new attachment for people who really don't give a shit. 

Simply called “Sitting Attachment for Hoverboards” by the North Miami-based company, the "invention" is basically just a cart that allows hoverboard owners to ride around on literally anything you can sit on, coolers, lawn chairs, whatever. 
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Sounds great, right? Well, the site claims that they're currently sold out, so if you want a “Sitting Attachment for Hoverboards” for $69.00 plus $15.00 shipping, you're going to have to wait.  
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