“Big”, “13 Going on 30”, “17 Again.” Hollywood loves a good body-swap story. And what’s not to love? Big stars. Big lessons. Big laughs. It’s something all these movies have in common. What’s missing? SWAGTRON®, of course. That is, until now! Thanks to Universal Pictures’ “Little,” you can see our SWAGBOARD T380 Elite in several scenes. You could say our popular self-balancing board makes quite the impact:
Elite isn’t the only famous SWAGTRON® product, hoverboard or otherwise.
Pro has been busy conquering the sports and music world. Chicago
Cubs, Ian Happ rides
one in his Chicago digs. And one of the original boy
bands supreme, the New Kids on the Block, rode
on a fleet of Swagcycle Pros, both on and off stage — and in their music video.
Not to mention the all-killer, no-filler blistering hard rock of
Evil. Then it headed for Hollywood, showing
up on Danny McBride’s new HBO series, The Righteous Gemstones.
On the scooter side, our Swagger 5 Elite scored a supporting role in “Between Two Ferns, The Movie,” delivering a powerhouse performance as “Will Ferrell’s Scooter.” The Swagger 3 Pro got its debut in the Netflix teen apocalypse series, “Daybreak.” Another Netflix film, the rom com “Someone Great,” also featured an epic performance from the Swagboard T580 Vibe.
About the Swagboard T380 Elite
The premier hoverboard from an industry leader. The Swagboard Elite is an advanced hoverboard with dual 250-watt motors, iOS/Android app connectivity, smart battery management and integrated Bluetooth speakers. Unlock advanced features with the SWAGTRON companion app for Android and iOS smartphones. Adjust riding modes, check battery life, monitor speed and system stats and more. And with updated firmware, the Swagboard Elite delivers a smoother ride with more responsive navigation controls.
Hop on, get moving and keep steady. Upgraded internal self-balancing technology works to keep you level and balanced. And multiple modes tailor the riding experience to the perfect fit, whether you’re a beginner to expert. Jet as fast as 8 miles per hour for up to 11 miles on a single charge. Or take it slow and easy in Learning Mode, until you get used to the controls.
Jordan, played by the great Regina Hall, is a take-no-prisoners tech mogul. She consistently and unrelentless torments her long-suffering assistant, April (played by Issa Rae), and the rest of her employees daily. But fate has something in store for Jordan. She’s soon magically transformed into her 13-year-old self, played by “Black-ish” star Marsai Martin. This, of course, poses a threat to Jordan’s personal life and career — right before a make-or-break presentation. After all, Jordan has the disposition of a 13-year-old child with an attitude problem. And who wants to help that?