Jonny Deth: Welcome to a whole new level of lazy fast food fat asses who need a motor
crammed up their ass so they can move through today's crowded world.
bassomanvfr: Gizmag, I'll go you one better, mates: feet
nguyen linh: no safe time, too lazy
Guy Parris: I am confused by the two different names used "Honda" and "Honder"
Ragna Rok: This walking assistent at 7:27 will constantly stimulate clitoris and
provide great pleasure also for other holes ;).
Carlos Joel Garcia: Great history and reference point of reporting. I love this unit for
certain uses, I wonder what would happen to the global overweight epidemic~
Ramon: I'm sorry. Ryno motors out does this by far.
Hsound: Looking so ridiculous on those things...
pmay222: im asleep already. . . cobber
ThePpls Shovel: Looks comfortable, if your a small asian woman.
AppleJacksApple1: IN THE FUTURE: Everyone will be rolling around in those but it looks like
they are just floating while holding their cheeks.
azzo1300: Nobody walks anymore!!!
lozarok: Mad crap Cheers
Richard Tan Tan: 4 Questions for Honda :
1. Why , after so many years, has this product not been sold or distributed
around the world ?
2. Can it go up hill ? 15 degree gradient? 45 degrees ?
3. How much does it cost?
4. Is it for mass market given what it costs ?
endrizo: a 5 liter V8 version is in its way for the american fat market hahahahaha
Thomas Blakeslee: I want one of these too!
1111MANA: Does it come with vibrating seat for the ladies.
M Ibanobu: It`s efficient, the last thing we need... (It will take time for this to
catch-on with our current demand based economy.)
MrSHTFguy: Something to make skinny people fat and lazy, save your money and just
quasi pseudo: But where do i keep my surfboard and how fast can it do 100 k return trip
thats how far the beach is 4 me
大叔外賣: Honda's self-balancing U3-X electric unicycle
beliefmail: it will also make God's invention - leg - obsolete by 2050
ll c: @Dhagonfly, you mean; will it hold a 300lb Caucasian ? most likely not ...
dave smitt: Wow your voice is a cure for insomniacs.. Ive only listened to 3 minutes
worth and I almost fell asleep.
mig ran: after watching countless motorcycle reviews (even though it's not one of
them) those guys seemed to be the most serious and professional, at least
in the field of youtube reviews.
James Lee: I don't think it'll work for heavy people
C Klein: Ummm walking down the street to get coffee is really that hard you can't do
long distance travel with a hands free Segway
Orestis Pad: Future vehicles
Joel Rene Cano: I know I'm 3 years late in seeing this, BUT is it just me or is this truly
one of the coolest developments in personal transport you've ever seen!
Honda's self-balancing U3-X electric unicycle
Gordon Kraft: America! WAKE UP!
Philip Rowney: Great vid showcasing one device, but, showing some cool insets
#ecotransport #segway #handsfree
Alex Fung: AUTO • CONCEPT • *self-balancing experimental vehicle* • ◙ goo.gl/RpKGn
froobtoob: to all the haters out there, fat land lazy people can be 2 different
things. ever done a 4-6 hour walking tour of a city with a group? it's
exhausting and hard on the knees. i think this may be a respectable
alternative. what if you have a bum leg or a blown knee? walking for
extended periods of time can be extremely painful. lazy people will stick
to their medichairs, standing is to much effort this has a practical
function for those with actual disabilities.
multilis2: seems like another segway type ide with same sort of issues. If you travel
as fast as people walk, why not walk instead. If you travel much faster
then people walk, then the walkers see you as safety issue. And much more
useful than a foldable electric bike.
InventorSolidworks: First cooperate rather than compete. All these "prototypes" don't make the
world a better place.
bkolb83: There's been a zero emissions self propelled motor less vehicle on the
market for many years that doesn't turn people into fat freaks, it's call a
Ch13f7hr4ll: 3:50 looks like something out of Dragonball z xD
Gustrapos Ramirez: What's wrong with walking?
ztarrfect: Really... hmmm.. it isn't at least a bit freaky?:P
Angelo Basile: Take my money!
roidroid: what you say about cars and heavy engines is right on. I've never even
thought about the base requirement for only one wheel, sounds right. I'm
thinking of these as possibly all-in-one vehicles that can go faster, thus
driver protection in a high speed crash. This may be a valid reason to
extend the size of a vehicle (depending on it's top speed) - to fit in
crumple areas. They don't need to "crumple" of course, they could just be
some shock absorber system, perhaps fold-out pistons.
robmanueb2: Good to see some advancements in transport. I do see a problem with the U3X
wheel picking up stones and debris and jamming. Not sure if they can get
around that apart from sticking to clean surfaces.
ztarrfect: am I the only one who thinks this voice is spooky ?