Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Fiendishly clever, those Japanese!

13 comments:

Sniper said...

18 stone lardy with 12 pints aboard - then we'll see.

John R said...

Amazing how two young, fit and healthy, attractive women are the only folk in Honda that need mobility assistance. (Behind the smiles see how they looked faintly nervous the whole time!)

@sniper...A few months of sitting on that thing and they'll be getting lardy anyway.

TheBigYin said...

WTF???

microdave said...

I hope it's better made than Honda's CVT automatic transmissions - the one in my fathers Jazz was replaced at a mere 20,000 miles. Granted they did it under warranty, but I should bloody well think so!

I wonder how long this thing lasts on a charge? And does it give you some warning when the battery runs low? I would piss myself laughing if these "young, fit and healthy, attractive women" suddenly got dumped on the floor....

Damo Mackerel said...

How if only they incorporate a toilet bowl into it, then they're on to something.

Rightwinggit said...

Four of those multi direction wheels, beefed up and bolted to the corners of something with a bit of go in it...want.

Richard said...

The blonde. Definitely.

And the other one, come to that.

Obscene Dilemma said...

3:06 - try to look as calm as you can without breaking a sweat.

SorenK said...

uber cool.

assegai mike said...

A bit too Clive Sinclair-ish for my taste.

John R said...

...and end to parallel parking!

MTG said...

It is a pity when brilliant new concepts induce sneers. Impressive applications will surely follow.

Mr Ecks said...

As a substitute for a wheelchair it might have potential--able to go where ordinary chairs can't etc. For able-bodied people not so good--it will encorage even more idleness.