MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Delta Air Lines is not too crazy about this season’s hottest holiday gift.

The Georgia-based carrier announced Thursday they are banning hoverboards in all carry-on and checked bags due to safety concerns.

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Delta says the lithium-ion batteries used to power the self-balancing personal transporters can overheat out of nowhere and cause fires.

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The Federal Aviation Administration does not allow aircrafts to carry devices with batteries that have more than 160 watt hours.

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WCCO reported earlier this month about the fire risk posed by hoverboards.