Beck uses Airwheel personal transporter two-wheeled self-balancing scooter S3 in his works.


29 Feb

29, February 2016: Beck works in a rather large works. There are two workshops. One workshop is about ten hundreds metres away from the other. It costs ten minutes to walk from one to another. Each day, he has to walk several times. The time that goes on walking between the two workshops amounts to over two hours. The long time for walking between the two workshops is a huge time-waste. It not only exhausts Beck but also lowers the work efficiency. Recently, the purchaser of his works has bought five sets of Airwheel two-wheeled self-balancing scooter S3 for the workers’ commute between the two workshops. Days later, Beck finds Airwheel S3 fairly handy.

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Beck finds Airwheel S3 easy to steer. When Beck was exposed to Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooter S3 for the first time, he had thought of it as rather difficult to steer. As a result, he was not positive about it and rejected this kind of scooters. When his colleagues started to ride them for commute and made endless compliments on them, Beck woke up to the great use of Airwheel S3. He got his first try on S3 last month. From then on, he said he could not go without Airwheel S3 during commute.

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Airwheel S3 is famous for its ability to maintain balance during the ride. Therefore Airwheel S3 is easy to rider. When it comes to Airwheel S3, there is almost no beginners because anyone who even if has no experience of riding electric self-balancing scooter can steer it as long as he jumps onto Airwheel S3. At the same time, it is eco-friendly. It is powered by electricity, emitting no exhaust into the air. The works where Bart works is strict with the environment. Therefore merely Airwheel S3 can be applied to this works. At the same time, it makes no noise, ruling out the possibility of distracting other colleagues who are working.

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