In the past, Airwheel mainly focused on its R&D. At home and overseas, Airwheel is a very famed firm. It has three principles contributing to its dominance and currently, and it has developed four series of scooter. The first one is X-series single-wheeled scooter, also called unicycle. The second is the Q-series with the twin-wheeled structure. The innovative one is S-series, which has S3, S3T and S5. The latest new series is A-series, a breakthrough model in the scooter sector.
The moment Airwheel rolled out X3, it made a great splash. As a couple of years passed, some pro riders are still into X-series. Although the structure of single wheel might scare away some tyros, its agility takes some beating in all lines of Airwheel. They tend to display their fancy tricks in the streets or squares before pedestrian, like turning circles, sitting on it while rolling, standing upside down and even pushing a car while standing on it. To sum up, the X-series is suitable for veterans and Q-series is better for green hand.
The next one is Q-series. The twin-wheeled structure won a large market. Notwithstanding, Q-series owns its characteristic twin-wheeled structure. The single-wheeled structure turned into the twin-wheeled one. This twin-wheeled structure facilitates balance as well as user-friendliness. Hence, it’s no wonder that Q-series turns to be the darling of tyros.
S3 is the termination of self-balance scooter. In the trade fairs, its fancy exterior makes it a focus. Plus, its eco-friendly future serves various purposes of police patrol, commuting, sightseeing and the like. On 18 June, Airwheel released another new member of S-series: S5.
The latest series-A3. It introduces APP and hydraulic suspension. The more powerful battery makes possible the long-distance trip in the city.
There will be more interesting intelligent scooters in store for you, please keep track of the Airwheel’s official website.
Company Name: Airwheel Technology Holding (USA) Co., Ltd.
Contact Person: Mr. Tang
City: Los Angeles
Country: United States