12, March 2016: When it comes to the success of Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooter, it usually boils down to its high quality and its design. The quality indeed makes or breaks one product. But the design also assumes a great importance. A satisfactory design can save a product that is on the verge of failure. Today Leith will talk about the design notion of Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooter so that more and more customers can get a better understanding of Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooters and its philosophy.
Airwheeldesigners hold on to the ergonomics. Take the handlebars on Airwheel two-wheeled intelligent scooter S3 for example. The threaded handlebars feel very soft and comfortable when the rider holds on to them. The thread goes a long way towards prevent the hands of the rider from slipping. At the same time, the handlebars are design according the shape of the fist. That way, the rider will easily hold on to them and feel a comfortable ride.
Another obvious example is Airwheel A3, which is equipped with a saddle. The saddle is made of leather. This is the first model of Airwheel that can be ridden with the rider sitting on it. The two examples are sufficient to prove the design philosophy of ergonomics.
In terms of design, Airwheel pays a lot of attention to the feedback from customers. The majority of customers are the end users who have personal experience of these intelligent self-balancing scooter. They are right and proper to state their experience of riding their intelligent self-balancing scooters. If the electric scooters are awkward, they will at once give their feedback to Airwheel so that Airwheel team looks to the way of improvement the comfort of riding. Leith takes it that the product is made for the user. The maker has to see him as the centre when the maker produces scooters. Airwheel is proud to say that it has been making it.