Category Archives: OTHERS

Other autos covers everything that doesn’t fall into the mainstream categories and may include rides such as powered skateboards.

Rover Electric Scooter by Works Electric

these days people like us are just plain lazy. instead of walking to the convenience store that’s just three blocks away, we chose to hop on into our gas-guzzlers. however, if there is the Rover Electric Scooter, then that would be a different story altogether. its somewhat chunky but lightweight aluminum construction hides away a three-phase brushless DC motor and lithium-ion battery pack that affords a guilt-free, eco-friendly commute for up to 36 miles per charge with a breezy top speed of up to 33 mph. hand built in Portland, Oregon, the Rover Electric Scooter also features battery regenerating brakes, a smartphone holder with USB charger, LED headlights and taillights, a set of chubby tires, and a cute little parking kickstand. Continue reading Rover Electric Scooter by Works Electric

The Self-Balancing Electric Unicycle

apart from flying cars, traveling on a single-wheel contraption is probably the next most dream about transportation, albeit being way less ambitious. while flying cars may take quite a while to fruition, electric single-wheeler is not a dream anymore – if you have that kind of money to throw. and the money we are talking about is something like $2,700. The Self-Balancing Electric Unicycle aka EcoBoomer iGO is one such unicycle you can buy today. powered by a 500-watt electric motor that’s capable of ferrying a person weighing 250 pounds (115 kilograms) or less, it affords the rider up to two hours (or a range of 19 miles) of 13 mph (21 km/h) thrill and takes up to three hours to fully recharge its built-in lithium-ion battery. 13 mph may sounds like child’s play, but with just one wheel, we wouldn’t want to go any faster. Continue reading The Self-Balancing Electric Unicycle

Grizzly Robotic Utility Vehicle

granted that the Grizzly Robotic Utility Vehicle might not be something an average ordinary folk would buy, but still its appeal to geeks are just about the same as any other gadgets on this planet. developed by Canadian robotic development firm Clearpath Robotics, the Grizzly Robotic Utility Vehicle is an autonomous four-wheel drive robotic platform that is designed aid you in lugging around your equipment – up to 600 kilograms (1,322 pounds) of it – while you and it make its way round some treacherous terrains. driving all its four wheels is a 80 horsepower (60 kW) electric motor and juiced by an array of marine-grade AGM sealed lead acid batteries that offers a combined output of 600 Ah. with this battery setup, it is capable of roving at 19 km/h (12 mph) for up to 12 hours, or 3 hours of some heavy-duty tow time. Continue reading Grizzly Robotic Utility Vehicle

Kymera Electric Jet Board

remember the uber cool electric-powered bodyboard, Kymera Electric Jet Board? well, it might be a dream no more for those who are game enough to give it a go and have at least $2,500 to throw. the folks behind this awesome who-needs-the-wave-anyway bodyboard has taken it to Kickstarter, seeking your support to make it a reality. weighing about 22 kg (48 lbs), this roto molded polyurethane hull watercraft is fitted with a 1000W RMS brushless motor, juiced by a removable 100 watt-hour lithium polymer battery, allowing you to sail through the water at a top speed of 15 mph (24 km/h, or 13 knots for you sea-faring geeks) and has a range of up to 6 miles (9.6 km) in per charge. Continue reading Kymera Electric Jet Board

Wheelman Motorized Skateboard

if you are looking at getting the most out of your skateboard – we have a bad news for you: it is only as fast your leg could kick, but if you are open to outside of the box skating ideology, then go for the Wheelman Motorized Skateboard instead. take it as natural progression for your insatiable need for speed and your desire to go anywhere with it (except for places occupied by water, of course). sure. it has two huge knobby wheels, which defy the definition of a regular skateboard but still, its 2 hp 49cc two-stroker is capable of offering you an exhilarating ride thought nearly any kind of terrains at a speedy 20 mph (32 km/h). Continue reading Wheelman Motorized Skateboard

Dropboards Carvemotor 50cc Motorized Skateboard

there are skateboards and then there are awesome skateboards. so what’s awesome you ask? the answer is, doing it without any kicking, while still able to tear through nearly any terrains (note: we said nearly) and the Dropboards Carvemotor 50cc Motorized Skateboard is just the ride that will do those. unlike some gas or electric drive skateboards, Dropboards makes no effort to hide the Carvemotor massive 50cc two-stroke outboard engine that offers you a good 2.5 ponies under your feet. while 50cc may not sounds like much but considering it is the same motor used in scooters Continue reading Dropboards Carvemotor 50cc Motorized Skateboard

Penny Skateboards

long before people start zooming downhill with huge, surfboard-like skateboards, there were those little plastic boards that let us whizzed around our neighborhood and at times, landed us in some wild and exhilarating chases by dogs (note: not the other way round). like all awesome things we love (Vespa, Mini – just to name a few), these lovable, kick-powered rides are making a come back in the form of the Penny Skateboards that have a little more of awesomeness in them. available in the original 22-inch as well as the nickel 27″ forms Continue reading Penny Skateboards

Boosted Boards

Boosted Boards
Boosted Boards | from US$1,199.00 |

if you think skateboarding is not fast enough to thrill you or kicking the ground to get the skateboard moving is a complete chore, then perhaps throwing in a motor or two into it might be a good idea. we know, we know, electric-powered skateboards are not new but up till now, they are mostly cumbersome and heavy, and certainly not something that you could lug around like a traditional skateboard. the Boosted Boards is the middle path solution – it stands between having no motor at all and those with hefty motor (or motors) strapped to them. Continue reading Boosted Boards


KURATAS | from US$1,353,500.00 |

not content with just virtual mech machines in a game of MechWarrior? i knew you wouldn’t cos’ we aren’t too. since the beginning of time, many dudes who grew up watching Japanese animations such as Robotech or played MechWarrior have dreamt of piloting robots or Mechs (it just a more high-tech way of saying pilot-able robot), as they are more commonly known as – a dream which may seems a little far fetched, until now or so it seem. though we have to qualify that we detect a whiff of fish here but the idea by Japanese firm, Suidobashi Continue reading KURATAS

Kymera Electric Jet Board

body board – we bet you didn’t think it has any use beside hitting the waves? actually, it has more meaningful use if it is motorized. any avid body boarder would even tell you that they wished their body boards are powered so that their leisurely fun will not be at the mercy of Mother Nature. you know how it goes: no wind equals no waves. this is where the Kymera Electric Jet Board can help. the goal is simple: getting body boarder in motion even without the aid of waves while not adding to the environment burdens. Continue reading Kymera Electric Jet Board