Navigate the great indoors with Honda's UNI-CUB motorized unicycle
Meet the Honda Uni-Cub.
It's a personal mobility device, but really it's like a unicycle with a motor.
Coming in at 55 pounds, this guy maxes out at about Four miles an hour.
So you drop the stand.
Sit down, put your feet on the foot rest and lean.
Honda built the UNI-CUB as a way for people to get around indoor spaces like Mall's, airport's, museum's or, in our case, an office.
So, in the future you might never have to get up and walk again.
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