End user’s testing experience of riding Airwheel two-wheeled intelligent scooter A3


19 Jan

19, January 2016: The moment Airwheel two-wheeled self-balancing scooter A3 made its public debut in the new product release conference, millions of customers and scooter-lovers swarmed into the stores for A3. And Airwheel A3 was also out of stock online stores. If he wanted to purchase one set of A3, one had to book in advance. Besides, it would be delivered in one month. This went to prove the great popularity of Airwheel A3. Why did Airwheel A3 gain such currency all over the world and at home? Today, one end user bought one set of A3 and will have a test riding. This test will tell us all about A3 in full.

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When Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooter A3 runs, the first concern is about its speed. Airwheel A3 could run at the top speed of up to 18 km/h. At the same, Airwheel installs a speed alarm system in A3 so that the rider will reminded to slow down once he speeds up excessively. The speed of 18 km/h is a moderate speed, not duly slow and fast. This moderate speed can ensure the safety. Especially for the part of a beginner, the excessively fast speed is rather dangerous to him. The beginner often falls over or bumps into obstacle just because of inability to expertly control the speed. In A3, Airwheel introduced the advanced top speed limit system for the purpose of convenience to adjust the top speed. It is a considerate design for the players of every levels.

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Apart from the top speed, the range on a full charge is also a great parameter. A3 is equipped with a more powerful battery. The previous model typically cover 40 km on a full charge, whereas A3 can covers a full 10 km longer than the previous model. The electric scooter A3 is noted for its feature alternative to the personal transport. Therefore, the long range of A3 is a considerable draw.

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Company: Airwheel Technology Holding (USA) Co., Ltd
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