Elon Musk and YouTuber Casey Neistat bonded over a Tesla engineer's massive 'selfie stick' extender pole

Posted On: Nov 16, 2019   |   Posted By: Business Insider

Elon Musk and YouTuber Casey Neistat bonded over a Tesla engineer's massive 'selfie stick' extender pole

Casey Neistat caught Elon Musk's attention with a photo of a Tesla Energy staffer assessing his house.
Rather than use a ladder, the employee used a long telescopic pole to see on the roof, which Neistat loved.
His appreciative tweet caught Musk's eye.
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Elon Musk and YouTube personality Casey Neistat shared a moment online as both appreciated a very long telescopic pole employed by a Tesla engineer to assess Neistat's house for solar panels.
Neistat shared a photo of the Tesla staffer at his house, with what he described as "the most boss selfie stick I've ever seen." having Tesla Energy survey my house. asked the guy if he need a ladder to see the roof, he whipped out the most boss selfie stick I've ever seen. pic.twitter.com/ZSnvsdwaVG - Casey Neistat November 15, 2019
He appeared to be using the stick to work out the practicalities of getting Tesla solar panels onto Neistat's home. Tesla Energy makes both panels and batteries to store the...

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