Airwheel intelligent self-balancing two wheel scooters is useful in both city and country

Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooter is a creative and modern transport means developed and produced by Airwheel. It is a unicycle or a two-wheel scooter driven by a powerful maglev motor with a large-capacity li-ion battery. It can run at a max speed of about 18km/h and is easy to control for skilled riders. It is a convenient and fast vehicle in both city and country.

Many people living in large cities are terrified by rush hours. If they get outside in the rush hours, they will find buses and subways are packed with people, cars are congested on the street. People are stuck at every traffic light and can barely move on. It is really annoying to those people who are running late for work or important appointment. If people choose to walk through the traffic jam, he or she may be faster than driving a car. That is really embarrassing because the hi-tech machine is supposed to help people to get the destination fast. Now it ends up walking beating the driving. However walking is really exhausting for people, especially in large cities. If it’s rainy or snowy day, or it’s really hot in one summer day, it’s very difficult for people to commute. Now Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter is a great solution.

When people live in the country, they don’t have to face the problem of traffic congestion. The air is clean and refreshing, it’s a great place for people to appreciate the beauty of nature. However, it is a vast wild place in the country with fewer buildings. People usually need to take a long trip in the country to get to where they want to go. And it is quite inconvenient for them to drive a car every time. Riding a bike is a good idea, unfortunately it is tiring to keep pedaling for a long time. Here electric self-balancing scooter is also a good help.

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Company Name: Airwheel Technology Holding (USA) Co., Ltd.
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Phone: +8618861270200
City: LA
State: CA
Country: United States