Since its establishment, Airwheel Technology has released a string of series electric self-balancing scooters, ranging from single-wheeled electric scooter X series, twin-wheeled electric scooter Q series to two wheel self-balancing electric scooter S series, from standing posture electric scooter to sitting-posture electric scooter. It is the sitting-posture electric scooters that create a new image of Airwheel.
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The Airwheel A3 inaugurated the age of saddle-equipped scooter age. Airwheel A3 is fitted with a seat providing cutting-edge features and ensuring maximum comfort. The sleek saddle in V-shape is designed under the ergonomic principle, offering more comfortable ride than the traditional standing wheeler does. Also, it is the first time for Airwheel to adopt hydraulic shock absorption system to Airwheel A3 bringing agile response and stable operation. What’ more, the handlebars enable Airwheel A3 to be controlled more freely and stably. Combined with the 4 inch LED display, Airwheel A3 presents riders a cosy riding experience ever.
Subsequent to Airwheel A3 self balance scooter, Airwheel S6, S8 and S9 two wheel saddle-equipped scooters are also added to this family. Unlike Airwheel A3, these three members are featured by multi-riding modes, either standing on the platform or sitting on the comfy saddle to ride. For those who tend to be boring either sitting or standing for a while, the Airwheel S6, S8 and S9 will be ideal for them, as they can change the riding modes freely. The no-handlebars design contributes to the compact size of the scooters.
It is worth mentioning that the Airwheel S9 is more than an electric scooter with seat, but also a wheeled robot. Technological accumulation of the American technical team finally bear fruits, Airwheel S9 debuted at CeBIT, marking the birth of a new concept based on safety, which breaks the stereotype on Airwheel. With the future plugins and software upgrade, Airwheel S9 is believed to play more roles that are different in daily life.