The new Segway Drift W1 uses Segway’s proven, stable self-balancing technology (built on more than 800 patents), giving it an unparalleled advantage in terms of technology.

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Ryan HooverFounder, Product Hunt
These new Segway self balancing skates look super uncool... but I'd love to try them.
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@rrhoover Super uncool? Their site disagrees: “Perfect for the young generation who dare to stand out and create new trends.”
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Martin LeBlancCEO of Iconfinder
@rrhoover Ryan isn't the "young generation" anymore :D
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Dan KaplanI craft stories that break through.
I see Segway's track record of "so-sexy-you-have-to-fight-off-the-admirers" personal mobility vehicles continues unabated. Seriously, though: someday, someone will craft the personal mobility paradigm that wins and can evolve with changing tastes. Maybe this is it, I doubt it.
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Leonard PospichalMusician, Developer, Tech enthusiast.
@dankaplan Steve Jobs was quoted saying the Segway would be "as big as the personal computer", until he saw the final design which he thought sucked. There's huge potential there, the technology is great. But just like with PC's, it needs to be sexy and desirable to take off.
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Dan KaplanI craft stories that break through.
@leonardrockstar Precisely.
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Amrith ShanbhagCommunity at Opal 💎 Board of Gen-Z 🐝
What are thoooseee 👀
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The promo video with a giant watermark like it's stock footage is so bizarre:
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Jacqueline von TesmarCommunity at Product Hunt ⚡️
Hey Daniel @segway, What was the most difficult part about building these skates?
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