The unique Mozzie Hoverboard has been getting a lot of attention in the press, both print and online, find out more.
Based in Newport Beach, California, Cutting Edge Products was founded in September 2015 to develop and commercialize unique e-rideable technology. The company is committed to quality and performance, building its products from premium materials designed to last. The mobility solutions offered by Cutting Edge Products are designed to meet the demands of today’s young, highly mobile consumers providing them with a sense of freedom.
The Mozzie was borne out of a very simple idea: to build a Hoverboard that was both easier and more fun to ride than the hoverboards available today. The Mozzie single platform technology appeals to beginners making it is easier to get on and off. Equally, for the enthusiast, the range of mobility, and therefore the degree of fun, is far greater as the two sides of the board are not moving independently of one another.
Nigel Stobart, Cutting Edge’s CEO, experienced first hand the effects of the two independent platforms on the existing hoverboards when his daughter broke her wrist riding one on Christmas Day 2015. As she took one foot off the board the other side of the board kept moving and she fell backwards. We knew then that, if we could develop a board that maintained the flexibility and fun of the two-platform model, we would have a superior product.
Dr Dan Edney has led the development effort over the past two years. He is an engineer and visionary who has a PhD in Control Systems and 20 years experience developing novel technology products. Dan holds multiple patents including ones related to human balance in both the medical and transportation fields.
Dan leads a team that includes software, aerospace, manufacturing and industrial engineers. Their sole goal has been engineer a board from the ground up that is focused on the rider having the finest ride experience available. We have a design patent issued in the US and have utility and design patents pending in the US and around the world.
Today we are proud to bring our product, the Mozzie, to market and allow everyone to experience what we believe will be the next generation of hoverboard and e-rideable technology.
Conventional Hoverboards can be dangerous to ride, especially to step on and off of. Nigel’s daughter broke her wrist the first time she got on one on Christmas Day 2015. As she took one foot off the board the other side of the board kept moving and she fell backwards.