Inventors and design companies seem to be paying extra attention to devices and gadgets that aid in your mobility. Weâ€™ve featured a number of these devices before in Gadzooki. Now prepare for another entrant in this market â€“ the Whiplash Scooter.
Scooters are part of our childhood memories. Itâ€™s one of the first things we learned to ride before we moved on to bicycles. But unlike the scooters of our childhood, the Whiplash Scooter incorporates new technology to bring you a scooter that is more than just a scooter.
The most essential feature that makes the Whiplash Scooter different from traditional scooters is the incorporation of Waveboard engineering. What this means is that the Whiplash Scooter has self propulsion features. But unlike a Waveboard that can be quite tricky to use, the Whiplash Scooter offers the stability of a scooter, which makes it easier to learn and use.
The backwheel of the Whiplash Scooter can actually rotate 360 degrees. This level of movement means that you can make this scooter move in every possible direction. You can make it move sideways or swing out the back if you want to impress people who are probably already ogling your Whiplash Scooter. And of course, the rotating backwheel allows you to propel the scooter without pushing your foot off the ground. Nifty, isnâ€™t it?
The Whiplash Scooter is not just for kids. Everyone can ride this amazing scooter. In fact, the Whiplash Scooter is a great starter ride if you want to learn the intricacies of self propulsion devices. So by the time you move on to a Waveboard, you already know what to do.
The Whiplash Scooter is not a spacehog either. The handles can be folded for easy storage. Itâ€™s also built from lightweight materials to make carrying easier.