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Owner of largest hoverboard company defends his product

The Chinese American millionaire behind Swagway says the company is being ‘unfairly singled out’. Johnny Zhu tells Daily Mail Online consumers should not worry about hoverboards.

The boss of one of the most controversial hoverboard manufacturers in America has claimed that his company has been turned into a ‘victim’.

Johnny Zhu, a Chinese American millionaire, said that Swagway had been unfairly singled out because hoverboards are so popular.

In his first interview since Swagway and other hoverboards were banned by Amazon, Zhu reveals to Daily Mail Online exclusively that consumers should be no more worried about his product bursting into flames than they should an iPhone.

Zhu claimed that he got the batteries for his hoverboards from a certified assembler who bought the cells directly from LG and Samsung.

LG flatly denied it and nobody for Samsung was available for comment when contacted by Daily Mail Online.

Source: Owner of largest hoverboard company defends his product

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