Daymak Beast D – Video
This video wins on the grounds of General Badassery. And “Beast”. Don’t delay, watch it now.
Besides the G-B aspect, knowing how we love the specs, the website has all the detailed specs right out there for everyone to see:
Not satisfied? You can download the owners manual here. Who else does that? These guys also win “Support”.
Let’s take a good look at the details.
The solar battery pack panels put out about 15W, so it’s a neat addition, but probably not something you’re going to rely on for a multi-day soireé into the outback. Yes, those are pedals, no doubt added to fulfill regulatory requirements for “pedal assist vehicle” (good luck pedaling a twin-hub-motor unit like this). And Damak, a Canadian company based in Toronto, is no stranger to electric somewhat-personal vehicular transportation, offering a line of scooters, ebikes, toys, and a whole lot more – including parts, packs and chargers.
We’re loving a bunch of things about this unit, not the least of which is the concept’s resemblance to the Rokon 2-wheel drive monster of the days of yore (and still available), here:
One more thing. How long has it been since you’ve seen a website selling a bunch of EV playthings where you can get immediate attention using their “Chat” feature? These guys were online, and answered several of our questions immediately. …gives us a nice, warm, cozy feeling about what it might be like trying to get support from the company.
Oh, and because you can never be too prepared, there’s the Zombie Apocalypse model.