Claire is a college student in the MIT University. She is quite different from others for she likes playing all new electric gear except for bizarre dress. That is her personal transporter Airwheel Q6, twin-wheeled electric scooter. Since her campus is quite large, it always takes her 10 minutes to arrive at the classroom building from the dormitory. It’s convenient to have a personal transporter to get around in the big campus.
She chooses this vehicle at the first sight for its appearance. Q6 runs on a single wheel with double hubs inside powered by recyclable batteries. Premium quality underlined by fine texture crafted with special techniques is meant for users with high-end tastes. Exquisite as it appears, Q6’s case is featured with anti-scratch and abrasion. Its sleek design reveals a touch of green life since the cushion pads are printed with circle patterns in color of green, blue, or red.
The cushion pad, replaceable among green, blue and red versions is used to protect users from get scraped or bruised. It weighs 11.1kg coming with a handle, which makes it more portable when she needs to carry it. Plus it is created by a small volume. When arriving in the classroom, she only puts the scooter beside her desk. If the next class is in other classroom, it’s available to ride Q6 twin-wheeled scooter in the aisle.
After finishing having classes, Claire is riding Q6 heading to the canteen with a faster speed than other mates by foot. Then she doesn’t need wait in the long queue. In that way, it can help save a lot time. If there are no classes in the afternoon, she would always ride this mini scooter in the square of the college. She treats this riding as a sort of sports and an entertainment. Sometimes bystanders walk close to her to appreciate her ride. Every weekend she attends the scooter club to share her experience of riding the electric scooter and ride it with other members together.