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The biking/skating hybrid

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Well the Segway didn't really work out, did it? Despite, you know, it being a truly ridiculous idea.

Which means that there's space for another insane invention to take its place. Enter the Aeyo.

It's a scooter meets a bicycle meets a pair of roller blades and we don't even know where to begin. You can see exactly how the damn thing works below.

The most worrying thing about it is that we kind of want one. Although at the cost of $600 (£365), we've suddenly lost all interest.

If you're tempted then click here to be someone people stare at more than usual.

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