22, January 2016: As we know, there are a variety of creative products full of individuality; however, the products that are human-centred win. For instance, the Airwheel Z3 2 wheel electric scooter with upgraded and humanized designs is widely admired on CES, 2016. The Airwheel Z3 is an innovative electric means of transport that combines the minimal size of a scooter with the ability to move about independently, thanks to a small but powerful silent motor, creating a hybrid that is both fun and practical.
Airwheel Z3 has been rode by myriads of visitors, even the near booths’ exhibitors, because of the following humanized designs. The anterior standing design of Z3 2-wheeled electric scooter accords with principles of ergonomics, and changes the side standing which easily cause fatigue. People will never be worried about running out of electricity, due to the replaceable battery design.
One of the defining features that make the Airwheel Z3 very popular among users is its adjustable, extendible handlebars, allowing people of all heights to adapt it with the set-up best suited to their use and riding style.The Airwheel Z3 intelligent electric scooter is not only easy to use and practical to ride in any urban situation. Its intelligent design is fully manifested when it comes to storing: foldable handlebars and pedals on the support platform turn this electric scooter into a very small package, allowing it to be stowed in very small spaces.
As we know, speed is essential for a means of transport capable of deftly getting around city traffic, and the Airwheel Z3 is certainly not lacking in that department, but more importantly, it is also equipped with an emergency braking system if the situation demands it, by simply pressing on the handlebar clamp. The shock absorbing strut fitted onto the front wheel can absorb all the shock generated by the road's surface, making it the ideal way to find the shortest path through the cities, 2016, Airwheel Z3 2-wheeled electric scooter is widely admired that interprets the human-centred vehicles are the development trend.