Back to the Future Hoverboard Prop
- Corrugated plastic board measures 28"L x 8"W
- Hoverboard from Back to the Future
- Officially licensed
This Back to the Future Hoverboard Prop is an officially licensed product based on the Robert Zemeckis movies. Made of corrugated plastic, it has all the details seen in the movie printed on each side, so even though it might not actually hover, it still looks like the real thing when you carry it around town, or when you place it in your collection. Any fan of the movies is going to need one for their collection!
Back to the Future is a trademark and copyright of Universal Studios and U-Drive Joint Venture. Licensed by Universal Studios Licensing. All Rights Reserved.
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Shipping: I paid extra for Priority. It got here faster than expected.
Packaging was terrible! It arrived open! It had stamps from the post office saying "received unsealed". My mailman said " We got it like that. If anything is missing, its not our fault."
The item itself had a couple of nicks, which may or may not be from packaging.
Shipping was terrible, and the cardboard that I did get was bent on the corners and dented in the center. Again, I thoroughly discourage this product.
Finally, it doesn't appear as it does in the picture. The peice of cardboard I was sent was red, not the traditional hot pink.