LOPEZ ISLAND, Wash., Nov. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Kruzer, the newest two-wheel electric self-balancing scooter, launches on Indiegogo.com today with a goal of raising $10,000 in 30 days. A cross between a scooter and skateboard, it is the perfect gift for the 15 to 50-year-old and especially someone who has every high tech toy and can't wait for the next one. Expertly-engineered to respond to the body's leanings, the rider just steps on, leans and goes – forward, backward, and zooming in circles – at up to 7 MPH.
The Kruzer offers unique features such as:
- Jammin' - bluetooth speakers so riders can listen to their tunes while they kruze
- Long battery life – up to 10 miles on one charge
- Short charging time – only 2 hours to charge
- Portable - carrying tote for easy transport
- Eco-friendly – offers convenient travel without harming the environment
More than just a snazzy toy, it is a useful tool for the business commuter who takes a van pool or bus and needs to travel the last mile to the office, the college student who goes from dorm to class, or the employee of a large campus who moves between buildings for meetings. The Kruzer makes all of these commutes easier and quicker and there is no bike rack or parking space required. It is the go-to tech accessory that really goes!
The best part of the Kruzer is the fun it adds to every day. Most people master the device in 10-20 minutes. Whether using it on a lunch break to get some fresh air, or at the end of the longest 8 hours a cubicle ever offered, the Kruzer adds a burst of fun that anyone can enjoy.
Seattle natives turned Lopez Island residents Brian and Karly Leyde are the founders of the Kruzer. Brian Leyde said, "When we saw how quickly all of our friends mastered it and how much fun people were having, we knew we wanted to bring the Kruzer to market to share it with the world."
About The Kruzer
The Kruzer (www.thekruzer.com) is the newest venture for serial entrepreneurs Brian and Karly Leyde.
SOURCE The Kruzer