Last year, Airwheel electric scooter S-series was unveiled. As soon as they came out, they were welcomed by thousands of customers. For one thing, it is a great improvement to adopt the two-wheeled structure design. For another point of view, it seems the design of S-series is attractive. With the glazed and fair shaped design, S-series is not only powerful but also fashionable. It is praised as the flagship in the design of unicycle. As the S-series is the best design of scooter, people are curious about whether Airwheel will produce new members of S-series and if the answer is yes, what kind of design will it has?
In this context, Airwheel released the new member of S-series on its new release product conference on June 18. The new member is electric unicycle S5. S5 is called personal exclusive SUV intelligent scooter. There are some similarities between S3 and S5, but S5 also has its own improvements and refinements. S5 is upgraded from S3.
S5 still applies the two-wheel structure and the standing-posture riding mode. Like S3, S5 is fashionable and attractive with sleek and contoured design. Of course, just inherits from classic model is not enough. S5 has made some improvements.
S5 adopts 16-inch jumbo tyres. This kind of jumbo tyres enable S5 to conquer any terrain. For S5, negotiating the rugged terrain or go downing the steps is just a piece of cake. What’s more, A5 has larger power capacity and longer range than S3 as it uses 520 W Panasonic-made battery. You don’t have to worry that the electricity blackout will happen halfway. In addition, the long-distance trip becomes an easy job with S5. Furthermore, as the shaft of S5 is foldable, it saves the storage space. When going out, users can put S5 into the trunk easily.
As the new member of S-series, S5 is worthy of people’s great expectations. It is certain that S5, along with S3 and S3T, will reach the peak of unicycle design together.
Company Name: Airwheel Technology Holding (USA) Co., Ltd.
Contact Person: Mr. Tang
City: Los Angeles
Country: United States