Airwheel launches several new products every year. Recently, it has released four types of new products. Among them, Airwheel S6 sitting-posture self-balancing scooter and Airwheel Z3 electric motor have some similarities and differences. Many consumers are troubled when it comes to which one to select. Then, this passage would like to share the comparisons between them.
Both Airwheel S6 and Z3 electric scooters rely on aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy software algorithm and gyroscope system to realize self-balance. That is to say, riding them is very relaxing. All operations can be finished by slightly adjusting body poses. For example, they will speed up if riders lean forward, and vice versa. In order to provide comfortable and stable riding experience, Airwheel R&D team pays special attention to shock absorbing. Meanwhile, both of them are equipped with exclusively-designed APP so as to further facilitate users.
When it comes to differences, two wheels of Airwheel 2-wheeled electric scooter S6 are parallel and the pedals are placed on the center of two wheels, while the wheels of Airwheel Z3 are same with that of motor and its pedals are on two flanks. In other words, riding Airwheel Z3 needs better flexibility and balancing when compared with S6. Then, S6 enjoys two riding modes: standing-posture and sitting-posture, while Z3 only offers standing-posture. Although Airwheel S6 and Z3 adopt advanced lithium-ion battery, the mounted positions of them are totally different. The battery of S6 is installed under the bottom of scooter, while that of Z3 is placed on the aluminum alloy shaft. Therefore, riding S6 in rainy day must keep away from water. However, Z3 can be ridden anytime, even on rainy day and snowy day.
In fact, Airwheel S6 and Z3 have their own merits. There is no answer when it comes to which one is better. Consumers can select one according to their own preferences and needs.
Company Name: Airwheel Technology Holding (USA) Co., Ltd.
Contact Person: Mr. Tang
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Country: United States