5 Futuristic Inventions For Sidewalk Mobility


by Kivi



Sit back, relax and enjoy this presentation of 5 awesome new innovations in the sidewalk mobility arena. In a rush? Get to your destination a little faster with these futuristic modes of transportation.
0:03 – Hoverboard – http://hoverboard.com/ – Travel the sidewalk like never before with this gyro-stabilized electric board that’s visually hover-esque in appearance.

2:37 – Smart Ped – http://flykly.com/smart-ped – The Smart Ped is an electric bike/scooter with a unique kick-assist system. Its light weight and foldability makes it even more intriguing.

4:40 – RevoBot – http://revobot.com/ – RevoBot is a souped-up self-balancing “hoverboard:” that tops out at 7 MPH, boasts two Bluetooth speakers and maintains a 2-hour charge on its Samsung battery.

6:39 – Onewheel – http://rideonewheel.com/ – This self-balancing board features a single large rugged wheel that’s perfect for both sidewalks and off the beaten path exploration.

9:10 – AirWheel A3 – http://www.theairwheel.com/ – This double-wheeled auto-balancing invention can travel up to 40 miles on a single charge. Choose to sit or stand while riding.
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