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Interested or at least curious about new and clean ways to commute or just move yourself around for the rest of 2019, 2020, and beyond?

Then I think you might find this post entertaining and informative because there are lots of new and interesting “vehicles” out there that are electric-powered that can be fun to get around in. So let’s explore a few together…

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What do you think of these fun and different ways to moving around? They may not be practical for most of us, but maybe if you live in a city or you just happen to be lucky enough to live really close to your work, or wherever else you may be going everyday, well, maybe these electric vehicles/scooters may be of interest to you. Or at least, entertaining to you because it’s always fun to see what’s new, and these personal electric vehicles are pretty cool, aren’t they?

1. Segway Ninebot ES1 Gen2 Folding Electric Kick Scooter (2019 Version)

Segway Ninebot ES1 Gen2 Folding Electric Kick Scooter 001

Images via Segway/Amazon

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This is The Portal by The Tiny House Company in Australia.

The modular-style home is brimming with green — potted plants everywhere bringing the outdoors in! This house was nominated for the 2016 Tiny House of the Year and I’m not surprised. My favorite feature is the drop-down bed that hides near the ceiling during the day and comes down for bed time — genius!

Related: Pre-Fab Multi-Use Smart-Modules by Casa-Cubo Brazil

The Portal Tiny House on Wheels by The Tiny House Company in Australia

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This is the Wikkelhouse: The Cardboard Tiny Home by Fiction Factory.

It’s created by wrapping layers and layers of cardboard around a frame, and can be as long or short as you want.

Please enjoy, learn more and re-share below! Thanks!

The Wikkelhouse: The Cardboard Home by Fiction Factory


Images via Yvonne Witte/Wikkelhouse

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These are proposed designs for Salt and Water’s Portable Tiny House that’s not on wheels.

It’s an eco-friendly space that both opens to the outdoors and closes up for transport.

Please enjoy, read more, and re-share below!

Salt and Water’s Portable Tiny House (not on wheels!)


Images © Salt and Water

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Here’s a 250 square feet micro cabin I thought you might like.

It’s a studio set up but it’s self contained so you’ve got all the amenities you need in here.

There’s a bathroom, water heater, kitchenette, oven, microwave, mini-frig, coffee maker, etc.

And I love the deck out front and how you can open up the doors and windows and get a nice breeze through the house.


I encourage you to take the rest of the tour below:

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Here’s a tiny house I hadn’t seen before that I get to show you thanks to SpacesTV and my friend Ali.

And it’s got a one of a kind way of generating free heat which I’ll show you below.

It was designed and built by Yestermorrow Design Build School students.

Yestermorrow Tiny House

It was built in Vermont where Yestermorrow is located and the home is now in Massachusetts.


Don’t miss the video tour below, too (along with the rest of the pictures):

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