Test ride of Airwheel twin-wheeled self-balancing scooter Q5 review

19 Jan

19, January 2016: Airwheel Q-series is the models of twin-wheel. The twin-wheeled structure is inspired by the idea of improving the ability of X-series to maintain balance during ride. Physically, the twin-wheel ensures the balance in a clever way and therefore Q-series electric scooter is quite suitable for the beginners. Q5 is the pick of the bundle of Q-series models. Airwheel Q5 is sort of revolutionary and innovative. Its ease to use win over a host of tyros of electric scooters. The customers base is furthers consolidated.


Compared with Airwheel twin-wheeled intelligent scooter Q1 and Q3, Q5 is higher in height. The height of Q5 can further make sure the rider in balance during ride. And the contact area between the human and Q5 becomes larger, convenient to steer it. What's pads are stuck to both sides of Q5. The pad serves to buffer the impact.

When the rider steers Q1 or Q3, he usually gets bruises and abrasions because he has to clamp the electric self-balancing scooter tight by the two sides with his two legs. If he does not clamp it tightly, it will be hard for him to control and steer. However, that way causes many bruises and abrasions on the legs of the rider. Out of this purpose, Airwheel introduces the pad onto the two sides. When the rider clamps tight with his legs, he will not get hurt any more. The comfortable ride will attract and retain more and more customers.


Seen from the pads and height, Airwheel twin-wheeled scooter shows the consideration of genomics. It is the in-house original philosophy of Airwheel. Airwheel sees it as its life to pay every attention to the details. To improve in the details is to improve itself. The manic attentiveness to the details goes to such extent it shocks others and customers. Airwheel Q5 is thoughtful and considerate to the riders. That is why Q-series is catching on to the public all over the world.

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