Supermarket giant Tesco recalls a batch of ‘hover boards’ from its racks over security concerns. The Airboard Glider balance hover boards from Tesco have been recalled after instruction from the manufacturer iCandy.
These hover boards have been disseminated with non-suitable parts that it says could prompt potential security issues. Both the dark and the white Airboard Gliders have been reviewed. In an announcement on the Tesco site, it says any individual who has purchased one of these things ought to quit using it promptly and return it for a full discount.
The notice comes days after a hover board purportedly blasted in a home in Kent bringing on £25,000 worth of impairment. Sales of hover boards have as of late surged with numerous online retailers reporting late ascents of more than 200 percent. The items were required to be the current year’s must-have Christmas gadget and numerous parents were relied upon to purchase them as presents for their youngsters.
It comes after web monster Amazon requested that its clients take the self-adjusting hover boards to a nearby recycling point. John Lewis and Argos likewise said they had quit selling hover boards after reports rose of the well-known Christmas present catching fire and blasting off.