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SBU V3 Self-Balancing Unicycle

And you thought riding a Segway made you look dorky. The SBU V3 Self-Balancing Unicycle ($TBA) combines Segway-like tech — including multiple 3-way sensors and gyroscopes — with all the circus-like fun of a unicycle, allowing you to move by doing nothing more than leaning forward, backward, and to the side. In addition, it weighs just 27 pounds, so it's easily to lug inside when your reach the office, and is powered by electricity, performing the equivalent work of a gallon of gas for just ten cents — making it incredibly economic, if potentially ridicule worthy.

  • ZBoard

    What do you get when you mix an electric skateboard with a Segway? Something akin to the ZBoard ($500-$750). Available in Classic and Pro models, the ZBoard relies on foot pads instead of gyroscopes, but otherwise allows you to lean forward to move forward, lean back to slow down, and lean to either side for turns. It also features a 400W electric motor, a 40-inch deck, a top speed of 17 mph, a range of up to 10 miles, and a recharge time of just 5 hours.

  • Hot Tub Boat

    Every once in a while, we run across a product that's more or less self-explanatory. Such is the case with the Hot Tub Boat ($TBA). Capable of holding six people on the water or eight at the dock, this buoyant soaking tub is powered by an electric motor that pushes you along at a leisurely pace of five-or-so knots, so as to not splash around the water inside — that's your job, after all. [Scouted by Brian]