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Transformer-Style Scooter Lets You Ride Your Briefcase to Work

cartechboy (2660665) writes | about 6 months ago

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cartechboy (2660665) writes "If you're going to sell a brief case for $6,000 bucks, there better be a pony inside — or at least an electric scooter. Who wouldn't want to transform their boring old briefcase into an electric scooter and zip off to (or away from) work? That's what Green Energy Motors Corp. is selling for $5,990. The Commute-Case, as it's known, is essentially, well, a briefcase you can ride to work. While in briefcase mode, if you extend sections of the front and back — wheels, handlebars and a step for your feet pop out. In 3 to 5 seconds, your briefcase is now an electric scooter that can go up to 25 miles on a single charge and weighs 27 pounds. There are eight different colors available. Don't count on actually carrying stuff to work with this briefcase (there's a scooter inside)."

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Still needs work (1)

Trax3001BBS (2368736) | about 6 months ago | (#46486013)

They seriously need to do something about that handle.

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