In the conference, most of them were geek girls who were obsessed with funky gear or devices. During the conference, they showcased the products made by Airwheel. The presenter Linda first proposed a topic—fun work balance. It meaned that work and fun should achive a balance point. In other words, work and fun must be combined. Then she mentioned Airwheel electric scooters could bring fun to the work and the life. The products strongly recommened by her are Airwheel S3, X3, X8, and Q3.
Airwheel S3 a self-balancing two-wheeled scooter is a eay-to-control one. Linda without hesitation steped on the foot board, and stared to move forward with holding the microohone. From the picture, S3 is equipped with a high operating bar with Led lights build-in the bar. S3’s stability is the best one among the four. Due to the large tires, it allows riders to roll on tough pavement. A cushion strip used for shock absorption is designed in the head in order to give the rider security assurance. That support rod is removable, when we would like to take apart it to put in the car trunk. However, X3, X8 electric unicycles are challenging the rider’s balance ability.
They are both designed with one wheel. Based on fuzzy algorithm, ergonomics principles and gyroscopes, it requires the rider’s flexible phsical movements. For Q3, it’s a mini twin-wheeled electric scooter. The one is much easier to learn compared with X series. Due to its tiny appearance, the rider can roll it to any narrow places.
After the presentation of Linda, the rest attendees were expressed the strong desire to try the two-wheeled electric scooters. According to the demand, Airwheel Test Day was held on January 13th, 2016. The available time was from 12:00pm to 18:00pm. On that day, lots of onlookers came to the site for trying vehicles to experience the fun brought by wheels.