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Always On: Personal Rover Unboxing at Always On

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Always On: Personal Rover Unboxing at Always On

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Molly Wood really unboxes a new kind of electric transportation vehicle to rival the Segway. Plus she takes it for a spin on the streets!

-- Okay it is finally time to deal with this box it's been outside my office now for weeks inside. Is the personal -- electric skater PR 800 feet. Which -- like Intel is kind of like half just electric scooter motorized scooter and -- -- competitor. So obviously I want to know what's inside. And I brought my next to this job. But in bring an active again thanking him -- -- -- but -- Before using the personal -- -- please -- the manual and video -- Personal Revver dot com slash manuals and am a fan of not having a paper manual but it. Volume -- stop and go back to the Internet. Think at this juncture in my. Collection instructional media. The dominion hope. -- -- submersible rover electronics vendor for about a third of them -- random carelessly. Gently push forward to activate break DRE eight K. And whatever you write the personal transportation vehicle you risk death August 30 century. As expected that the personal rover weighs 980 pounds it's 43 inches long and twenty inches wide and -- high -- 45 inches in the wheel diameter. Is ten inches the motor is 800 watts. The -- distant thinking -- charges twelve miles its Max Stevens is a highly dangerous sounding fifteen miles per hour. The estimated charge time if you can figure out how to charge it. Is four to eight hours -- shipping weight 95. Pounds a sheet of steel and aluminum and it can hold up to 18120. Pound human. Suggested age thirteen and -- it has an auto power shut off warning feature which I can imagine you might need. It also comes an optional cargo box -- can pick -- your local grocery store and there's an optional storage cover you know -- I think I got. -- -- -- -- It weighs that much or if it's gonna roll out only -- -- Canada for -- and the thing. -- In the code and -- -- I'm. Sorry. If you're turning radius and roughly that of the Titanic like how African reverse. -- -- later. Yeah it's all gotten. About. Again no I thought I. I don't totally see whatever but now I -- eleven. Them. For the reverse problem cannot reverse it might consider buying it. Students it's.
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