RYNO Motors' single-wheeled electric scooter is self-balancing, has a turning radius of zero when stopped, and only takes up about as much space as a folding bicycle -- so it's conceivable that commuters could bring one onto a train. Plus, it looks like it fell out of a Japanese anime.

Is RYNO's single-wheel electric scooter cooler than a Segway?

RYNO Motors' single-wheeled electric scooter is self-balancing, has a turning radius of zero when stopped, and only takes up about as much space as a folding bicycle -- so it's conceivable that commuters could bring one onto a train. Plus, it looks like it fell out of a Japanese anime.

This CT-S electric scooter is sleek and will charge in the trunk of your car | Ubergizmo -- so want one!

This CT-S electric scooter is sleek and will charge in the trunk of your car

This CT-S electric scooter is sleek and will charge in the trunk of your car | Ubergizmo -- so want one!

This CT-S electric scooter is sleek and will charge in the trunk of your car | Ubergizmo -- so want one!

This CT-S electric scooter is sleek and will charge in the trunk of your car

This CT-S electric scooter is sleek and will charge in the trunk of your car | Ubergizmo -- so want one!

It's like turning your scooter into an armadillo! I love this!  Protect 486 Scooter Armor (Images courtesy Marc Graells Ballve)

It's like turning your scooter into an armadillo! I love this! Protect 486 Scooter Armor (Images courtesy Marc Graells Ballve)

It's like turning your scooter into an armadillo! I love this!  Protect 486 Scooter Armor (Images courtesy Marc Graells Ballve)

It's like turning your scooter into an armadillo! I love this! Protect 486 Scooter Armor (Images courtesy Marc Graells Ballve)

Lady Florence Norman, a suffragette, on her motor-scooter in 1916, travelling to work at offices in London where she was a supervisor. The scooter was a birthday present from her husband, the journalist and Liberal politician Sir Henry Norman.

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Lady Florence Norman, a suffragette, on her motor-scooter in 1916, travelling to work at offices in London where she was a supervisor. The scooter was a birthday present from her husband, the journalist and Liberal politician Sir Henry Norman.

This scooter fits inside an A4 size handbag The A4 size scooter designed by 22-year-old student George Mabey from Southampton, weighs only 11lbs (5kg), works by linking parts of aluminium with a cable.

This scooter fits inside an A4 size handbag

This scooter fits inside an A4 size handbag The A4 size scooter designed by 22-year-old student George Mabey from Southampton, weighs only 11lbs (5kg), works by linking parts of aluminium with a cable.

I know, vehicle is kind of pushing it, but it's undeniably cool, and it looks like it's going 100mph just standing still!

I know, vehicle is kind of pushing it, but it's undeniably cool, and it looks like it's going 100mph just standing still!

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