BEIJING, Nov. 20, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Abstract: Airwheel Technology joins in the 73rd EICMA from November 19th to 22nd, 2015. Most, if not all two-wheeled electric scooters get a great welcome. And Airwheel’s booth is located at Stand E53, Pavilion 24.
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EICMA show is a platform capable of illustrating all different kinds of two-wheelers worldwide. And the 73rd EICMA 2015 has kicked off at Milan, Italy. With a new concept of mobility with mixed elements, Airwheel Technology, active and energetic, has attracted much attention from a host of visitors. Among its awesome electronic products is the electric hoverboard that gets popular among visitors.
Although both X series electric unicycles and Q series twin-wheel scooters are mini yet exquisite in the exterior, their operation skills are a little difficult compared with the two-wheel scooters. Hence, self-balancing two-wheel electric scooters become a star at this show.
These self-balancing two-wheel electric scooters are A3, S5, Z3 and S3T. Who says only the young love trying new stuff? Please see the above picture that an uncle is sitting to ride A3. From his smiling face, this pose of riding is quite comfortable. Those two sturdy tires roll on the floor stably, which makes the uncle keep balance easily. Despite that it’s a little bigger than X8, the black unicycle, it’s still small in contrast with the uncle’s big figure. It’s space-saving to design the feet pedals on either side of the wheels. Under the seat, a damping spring is installed to reduce the vibration sense when A3 self-balancing air board rolls on the bumpy roads.
S5's two tires are located on both sides of the feet platform and is easy-to-use in terms of the operation. Leaning forward or backward, riders can speed up or slow down. Its operating arm adopts hollow design, and there are Led lights built-in for safety at night. For Z3 electric skateboard, with a similar appearance to ordinary scooters played with by children, riding Z3 is a no-brainer. Rotating the right handlebar is to accelerate; to stop riding is to clutch the hand-operated brake at the left handlebar. They are wonders of the two-wheeler world.
It’s just the beginning part of this show, and there are some other amazing electric scooters showcased to visitors in Airwheel’s booth E53, Pavilion 24.
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