Walk your dog with an Airwheel Twin wheel self balancing electric scooter

Dogs are perhaps human’s best friends. For a long time they could serve as a watcher for people’s house. Nowadays guide dogs could help the blinded to walk, even get though a traffic light; sniffer dogs could detect drugs with their noses; and many pet dogs could bring people endless joy and happiness. So a lot of people keep dogs in their home and often walk their dogs. Today I would love to recommend you a great pal-Airwheel electric scooter to walk your dogs.


People usually can’t keep close to their dogs because these lovely friends just love to run. They often get really ahead of their owners and wait there, when the owner is quite behind and they couldn’t keep waiting anymore and get back to the owner. They just run forward and backward again and again. But sometimes they just lose the owner and free itself in the wild. That is quite troublesome for the owner. So why don’t you get an Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooter. It moves at a speed about three times human walking, very useful for keeping around your dog.


Airwheel manufactures several series of electric self-balancing scooters. The scooters use aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy software algorithm and gyroscope system to maintain balance. Riders can control the scooter to go forward, accelerate, decelerate, and brake, etc. by leaning forward or backward. It is very like the techniques of riding a bicycle, riders achieve balance via slightly tilting sideways. Take Q series for instance. It could move at a top speed of 18km/h, though the recommended speed is 12km/h for your safety. And after a full charge it usually covers a distance between 10 and 20 km. It’s absolutely enough for a regular dog walking. 

So let’s get an Airwheel scooter to bring more joy to the dog walking.

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City: LA
State: CA
Country: United States
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