The market for scooter has gone through roughly three phases throughout the whole history of its development. The first phase was the time of the single-wheeled electric scooter, also called electric unicycle. The second was the time of the twin-wheeled electric scooter. And now it enters the time of the twin-wheeled electric scooter, say FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter V9, U3 and K3.
In the time of the single-wheeled electric scooter, the scooter like FOSJOAS V6 is ubiquitous in the streets and park squares. The original creativity flowed from the acrobats who show off their amazing wheelie on the unicycle. The initial intention of designing such single-wheeled electric scooter was to offer an outlet to show the users’ awesome wheelie like acrobats. Therefore, many pro players intensely like the single-wheeled electric scooter, for it is quite agile and smart. But this also brought one big snag that the single-wheeled structure scared away many eager riders.
When the market for scooter entered the second phase, i.e. the time of the twin-wheeled electric scooter, the structure of the scooter experienced a tiny change. The single structure posed a big hardship to eager users, scaring away host of scooter-lovers. In order to increase the customer base in force, scooter-maker like FOSJOAS released the scooters of twin-wheeled structure, like V3, V5 and V8. This twin-wheeled scooter owns more noticeable balance when the rider mount them.
For the time being, the market stands in the time of the two-wheeled scooter. At present, the typical scooter is FOSJOAS V9. This scooter of the two-wheeled structure is more popular with the masses and applied to more fields. It is easy to see FOSJOAS V9 scooting about in works and golf paddock. This refinement shows that FOSJOAS starts to expand further its business and strive to win over more customer base.
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