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  • is a portable electric wheel on a stick that is capable of pushing a skateboard up to 48km/h (30 mph). The robotic oar is designed by , fitted with a 2.75-horsepower motor, a replaceable batteries, and a wheel at the bottom that can propel the skateboarder.

    It is an electrically powered wheel on a stick. That’s what it is. It’s called the “speedBat.” But it is so much more. You ever been inline-skating and just got totally tired of pumping but really basically just wanted to continue to go fast forward? See what’s going on here yet? Yeah? Yeah. Auto-skate time is now.

  • It is an electrically powered wheel on a stick. That’s what it is. It’s called the “speedBat.” But it is so much more. You ever been inline-skating and just got totally tired of pumping but really basically just wanted to continue to go fast forward? See what’s going on here yet? Yeah? Yeah. Auto-skate time is now.

    It is an electrically powered wheel on a stick. That’s what it is. It’s called the “speedBat.” But it is so much more. You ever been inline-skating and just got totally tired of pumping but really basically just wanted to continue to go fast forward? See what’s going on here yet? Yeah? Yeah. Auto-skate time is now.

  • is a portable electric wheel on a stick that is capable of pushing a skateboard up to 48km/h (30 mph). The robotic oar is designed by , fitted with a 2.75-horsepower motor, a replaceable batteries, and a wheel at the bottom that can propel the skateboarder.

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