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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by ERASER, Aug 8, 2015.
It looks handy to carry, but standing at the position of attention for 7 miles by be harder than riding a real skateboard.
Interesting, and inscrutable. I wonder how those little wheels will work with rocks and other obstacles, though. And, of course, there's the battery issue.
It is a cool idea but has simply walking gotten so difficult that we need this? Just seems lazy to me.
Can't get the page to load on my iPad. Have to check this out later.
Looks pretty cool to me... even grandma can do it!
Right......I'd rather walk.
I can see a lot of fat people buying two of those!
Really......I'm serious about that........
Thassss not a skateboard ........
THIS is a skateboard .....
I find it impressive that at that size it works and has any range at all.
Short, fat people. Max weight is 265.
Looks pretty cool! I saw some guys at a festival here last week finding on something that looked like a Segway with no handles. I think that the Segway thingamajig so would handle terrain a little better!
One for each foot........!
Going in different directions .....
look up a penny board. that is the perfect skateboard. this thing is a disgrace to the word skateboard.
electric skateboards worth having start around a grand.
People would look pretty dumb standing around on those things.
Meh, I'll just walk, thanks.
Just about the only thing that would look more pathetic to me than a person who uses store wheelchairs just because they've stuffed themselves until they're too fat to walk, is a person who rides on this contraption just because he's too lazy to walk.
It looks to me like a product meant to fill a certain niche market - people who are almost fat enough to use the store wheelchairs, but not quite fat enough yet.
No name yet for this invention? I got one for it: KAMIKAZE!
Actually there was an article in today's WSJ about electric skateboards.
These look pretty cool: