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Consumer Product Safety Commission warns against using or charging New High-Tech X1-5 Hoverboards

Posted at 8:31 AM, Feb 13, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-13 08:31:52-05

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is warning the public not to use or charge the New High-Tech X1-5 Hoverboards.

CPSC says the lithium ion batteries can overheat, posing a fire hazard that can lead to smoke inhalation or other serious injuries, including death.

The New High-Tech Enterprise Company Inc. X1-5 hoverboard was sold to consumers online at,, and at CPSC is aware of one report of an X1-5 hoverboard overheating and smoking. Although the X1-5 bears a UL mark, the product is no longer UL-listed and a sample tested by CPSC did not conform to UL2272.

CPSC has asked New High Tech Enterprise Company Inc. to recall the product, but the company has refused to do so. Therefore, at this time, CPSC is warning consumers not to charge or use X1-5 hoverboards.

Consumers should report any incidents with this or other consumer products to CPSC at