These days there is a vogue for the wearable devices. Since Apple developed its wearable electronic watch, i.e. iWatch, a vogue for the wearable device was stirred up in the market. A lot of worldwide famous electronics firms followed and joined the team. Being a noted scooter-maker, Airwheel felt necessary for himself to set foot in this field. This decision was not against the scope of Airwheel business. Airwheel claims to be an electronics, specialising in various kinds of electronic product, notably the electric self-balancing scooter. To fill the gap of line of Airwheel, it went ahead with the R & D of the wearable device.
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In early 2016, Airwheel was proud to pronounce that it formally unveiled its first wearable devices to the public. They were the smart helmet C3 and C5. In the 2016 CeBIT held in Germany, the two types of smart helmet made debut. A lot of audience and visitors to Airwheel booth for the two models. The original intention of developing helmets as the first wearable equipment is to provide a safer ride for the rider. During the ride, many riders get hurt, which scales down the fun and happiness of ride. For that, Airwheel thought of the helmet as the ideal candidate of the first wearable equipment.
The intelligent helmets C3 and C5 intelligent helmet own many special functions except the basic function of protecting the rider. Wearing the intelligent helmets, the riders can take photos as they steers Airwheel electric self-balancing scooters. The in-built Bluetooth enables the rider to answer the phone hands-off.
There is no need for one who wears Airwheel C3 or C5 to whip out his mobile phone during the ride. This device further ensures the safety during the ride. In addition, the Bluetooth serves as a bridge between the helmet and the mobile phone. Though the mobile phone, the owner can review the photos he took before.