Giveaway: Gliderboards Self-Balancing Scooter

By: on December 14, 2015

You could join the lunchtime amoeba and take a clunky 3.5 MPH walk down the street to the taco truck, or you could gliiiiide past the slow masses at 8 MPH with a tiny two-wheeled wonder under your feet. If being first in line for carne asada is more your style, then click here and enter to win your choice of any self-balancing scooter from the Gliderboards online store! Up to a $1,855 value!

This giveaway is open to residents worldwide.

About Gliderboards Self-Balancing Scooters

Gliderboards are like your own personal moving walkway. They are built around 3-axis gyro-sensors and accelerometers that provide equal parts balance, motion, and maneuverability. Designed to react to and support your every move, these superior self-balancing scooters should deliver rides as smooth as they are efficient. Gliderboards sells 6 different models of their compact transporter, the specific designs and features of which you can view and compare here.

As a starting point, the Gliderboard ONE is the company's original model, a scooter they say is as suitable for grandma as it is the 16-year-old she might buy it for. Like all Gliderboards, the ONE is an easy and intuitive ride that takes around 15 minutes of practice to feel proficient using. Newer models, such as the just-released VOLT, offer up design and color variety, plus some slight size variations.

All Gliderboards, with the exception of the Junior, have an average top speed of 9.5 MPH and a range of 10 to 15 miles when fully charged. Charge time is just 1.5 hours. The durable scooters are reinforced with high-grade aluminum, and can safely support up to 270 pounds of rider weight (Junior is 135 pounds) as they conquer road bumps, cracks, and sharp turns along the way.

Additional models include: the X-Caliber, another premium Gliderboard that incorporates a strip of LED lights on each side to serve as turn signals; the Zoom, a more minimalist futuristic design; the XXL, an off-road release with 10" tires; and the Junior, a smaller, slower Gliderboard for the kiddies. Most Gliderboards are also equipped with Bluetooth speakers and driving lights, and all but the Junior come with a protective carrying case.

Gliderboards Self-Balancing Scooter Giveaway Entry Instructions

To register, click here and fill out the Gliderboards Self-Balancing Scooter Giveaway entry form. Or, if you're already a member of DudeIWantThat.com, when the magic entry form button appears, just click it to enter.

Giveaway prize includes winner's choice of any 1 x self-balancing scooter in any available color from the Gliderboards online store. Retail value ranges from $655 to $1,855.

The Gliderboards Self-Balancing Scooter Giveaway entry period is open through 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, December 20, 2015. Our drawn winner will be contacted by email within 48 hours of the entry period's conclusion, and will have 12 hours to respond and claim his/her prize. (Should we not hear back from a drawn winner in the specified time period, a new winner will be drawn and contacted.)

Winner should allow up to 3 weeks for prize delivery, and will most likely not receive this prize before Christmas.

Once winners are drawn and confirmed, they will be announced below.

This giveaway is open to residents worldwide.

Get a Gliderboards Self-Balancing Scooter Now

Like it? Want it? Click here and check out your 6 Gliderboards model and dozen-plus color options. At printing, Gliderboards was also conducting a 30% off sitewide sale, and offering free shipping.

Giveaway Winner

Congratulations to Guy G. of Chanted, KS, winner of the Gliderboards self-balancing scooter. Thanks to all entrants, and be sure to check the Dude homepage or Dude Giveaways section for your chance to enter our latest prize drawing.

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