Since Airwheel released its first two-wheeled intelligent scooter S3, Airwheel formally entered the phase of two-wheeled intelligent scooter. Airwheel S3 is the first member of Airwheel S-series and at the same time, it is the prelude to the two-wheeled self-balancing scooter. Subsequent to Airwheel S3, Airwheel pushed out Airwheel S5, A3, and Z5 and so on.
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These models are also two-heeled scooters. Although they look different from one another, they have much in common in fact.
When Airwheel transferred from the single-wheeled intelligent scooter to the twin-wheeled scooter, it seemed that Airwheel was trying to gain more stability. It was understandable that Airwheel adopted the foldable electric scooter S3. Therefore, all of two-wheeled intelligent scooters share the same feature—stability. In order to gain a better ability to keep balance, Airwheel uses the two-wheeled structure, which goes a long way towards ensuring the balance. The subsequent models like Z5 and A3 benefit from the two-wheeled structure, enhancing the ease to use. In turn, it attracts more and more beginners.
The ease to use is another coming feature that all of two-wheeled self-balancing scooters share. Although the single-wheeled intelligent scooter is famous for its agility and therefore is hailed as the classic model of Airwheel, it scares away a lot of beginners. They typically lose their confidence gradually after they fall off Airwheel electric unicycle over again and again. Especially on the formal and commercial occasions, no one have much time to use it before practices. Therefore the agility backfires and keeps it out of wide use. Accordingly, Airwheel developed two-wheeled self-balancing scooters which are famous for its ease to use. The beginner merely steps onto it and then he can smoothly steer it. Therefore, Airwheel two-wheeled self-balancing scooters soon gained its currency on some commercial occasions.
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Apart from the two points, the two-wheeled intelligent scooters share convenience and handy. All represents the design notion—customer-oriented.