We Love the Scrooser, an electric scooter that gives people the chance to ride without the need for a license or helmet. The Scrooser features a 1000 W motor that lets commuters cruise comfortably at speeds of up to 15 mph, sitting down or standing up, for 22 miles on a single charge. The Scrooser is propelled by ‘impulse drive’, comprising a direct-drive electric motor built into the rear wheel hub that boosts the rider’s kicking-power. A removable 48 V lithium-ion battery pack provides the vehicles power, located discreetly beneath the foot board. Battery range varies according to the strength / energy of the rider, however the German manufacturer claims that up to 34 miles (55 km) is possible on one charge, while it can be recharged fully in just three hours with a standard charger. Refinements include LED daytime running lights, an ignition lock, plus a steel cable lock built into the frame for protection against thieves.
Japanese artist and designer Yukako Hihara has designed a pair of shoes that use the repulsive force of magnets to create the physical sense of ‘walking on the moon’.
We love Tryal a mini motorcycle designed by Erik Askin, the associate design director at New Deal Design in San Francisco, who designed this electric motorcycle with a triangular body.
We love Sony’s rebooted Aibo robot dog which is available for preorder in Japan and the U.S.A now
We love ‘Urbanized’ the bike designed with a focus on city-friendly functionality, developed in the UK,