03, May 2016: As an intimate friend of Stanford, Tab knows Stanford’s birthday is approaching. Choosing an ideal gift is a problem haunting Tab all the time. He is still at a loss to know what to buy. As he walks in the street, he suddenly sees a store, which sells electric self-balancing scooter. This store is an outlet of Airwheel electric scooters, in which many models of electric scooters are on display. Tab hits on an idea at whim. He knows that Stanford is fond of outdoor activities. Maybe the Airwheel self-balancing electric scooter will appeal to him.
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Having entered the store, the rich selection of intelligent self-balancing scooters leaves Tab in the dark about what he shall pick from them. There are six different kinds of self-balancing electric scooters, from the single-wheeled electric scooter X series, twin-wheeled electric scooter Q series, two wheel self-balancing electric scooter S series, sitting posture self-balancing scooter A series, to the Airwheel M3 wireless remote control skateboard and Airwheel Z series 2 wheel electric scooter. He literally does not know which one is suitable for Stanford.
In Tab’s memory, Stanford owns a skateboard and he is able to play it well. After the store owner’s brief introduction, Tab thinks the Airwheel X series or Q series is more suitable for Stanford. The electric unicycle looks compact and conveniently portable.
Based on its motion on a monowheel system, Airwheel single-wheeled electric scooter gives the vehicle an extremely manoeuvrable feel and timely and accurate response to controls, making it ideal for even the liveliest riding styles and users who are into freestyle or acrobatics. If the Airwheel X series is hard to control, the Airwheel Q series will be better for Stanford. With overall consideration, Tab has chosen the Airwheel X8.