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Just slip the miniature versions of Marty McFly's power self-lacing Nike Air Mag shoes onto the ends of your fingers, attach the world's smallest Hoverboard to the bottom of the shoes via the embedded magnets, and proceed to hover ... Continue
This gigantic eight foot tall yard inflatable makes it seem as if a little UFO is hovering over your lawn and beaming up whatever you wish to place in the illuminated tractor beam, including people. WAIT! It could be ... Continue
Raise up your spirits, literally, with this cool new Levitating Cup.
Standing nearly six feet tall, this terrifying life-sized yet body-less specter appears to hover above the ground with only its hands and creepy face visible beneath a shroud of tattered gauze.
Need to quickly get across a water hazard? Sand trap in your way? Want to speed up the game significantly? Then take a seat in this stunning golf cart that hovers 9 inches above land or sea, travels up ... Continue
At your next Christmas party, forget hanging the mistletoe in one spot, because now you can fly it around the room and hover it over the heads of anyone you want to engage in some festive holiday kissing.
This miniature working version of Marty McFly's iconic levitating hoverboard is made from pyrolytic graphite that hovers naturally over a slightly curved base made from 5 powerful rare Earth magnets.
The world's first levitating wireless Bluetooth speaker sphere.
Uses cutting edge magnetic technology to float and rotate its lampshade 3 centimeters above its base.
Great Scott Buttheads! There must have been some sort of disruption in the space-time continuum or a flying Delorean time machine with a flux capacitor has fallen into the right hands, because just like clockwork, the cool new/retro/futuristic Hoverboard ... Continue
a remote controlled 360-degree flying sphere with a safety frame around it to absorb impacts, crashes, and malevolent cat attacks

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