An Exciting Example of Simple Engineering!

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We have witnessed many crazy ideas for transportation over time, but this one may have just trumped them all in its quirkiness. Meet Stator, it’s a street legal self-balancing electric monster of a machine that you don’t even know you want it yet, but you will. For kids, they typically play with razor scooters you pick up at Walmart and I think this may be the adult upgrade you get when you grow up!

By Stators rear wheel they have a Direct Drive 3 Phase Brush DC that gives a max power of 1000W and can get this machine goin up to 25 mph! It’s bare aesthetic is based off of Nathan Allens (the designer) passion for engineering and simple designs. In this design there are some hidden things: batteries, the motor, and the inner workings. To form the handlebars he used a single piece of tubing and that is where the control module is placed. This design is very aesthetically pleasing as a mode of transport, yet it also adds some curiosity for on-lookers as this motorized scooter glides past them on the street. Definitely not designed for the elderly, adults are the target market for this machine, as it doesn’t come with a seat to rest on for the elderly and it’s a bit unsafe for a child to operate alone.

Designer: Nathan Allen of Stator

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motorized scooter for adults for kids for elderly electric razor walmart best with seat street legal

motorized scooter for adults for kids for elderly electric razor walmart best with seat street legal

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