The Electric Cruiser by Mademoto provides users with all of the joys of skateboarding and in-line skating with out all of the pesky benefits of exercise. With a monstrous 250W engine under the hood, this bad boy will tug you along at a breathtaking 18 mph (probably less if you are a bit on the chunky side or a gentle slope crosses your path) — and the flame decals will give you a hard biker-esque look. Additional photo after the break.[Product Page via 7Gadgets]
Electric Cruiser: Cooler Than Segway, Still No Exercise Involved
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