Airwheel sitting posture self-balancing scooter S6 VS A3
Abstract: Along with the release of the Airwheel S6, a saddle-equipped electric scooter, fans begin to make a comparison between the other sitting posture self-balancing scooters A3. Let us look at the results.
The appearance of Airwheel A3 is a revolutionary product in self-balancing electric scooter industry. While the latest vehicle Airwheel S6 is also a saddle-equipped electric scooter, fans begin to make a comparison between the other sitting posture self-balancing scooters A3.
It adopts PC materials to mini electric scooter S6, with such features as wear-resisting, scratch-resistant, insulation, extensibility, stability and resistance to chemical corrosion. Low under pan and mini appearance reduce wind resistance. With low centre of gravity, the vehicle can runs more safely. Light weight and mini structure, it can be easily conquered even by a small girl.
The most appealing characteristic is the various ways of riding that brings unexpected comfort. That is rider can stand or sit to ride which is suitable for a wider range of application scenarios, however, the two wheel self-balancing electric scooter A3 is only can be controlled by sitting. Other than that, S6 is also a mini electric scooter; the 8inch wheel and the unique design of exposed tyres make it have adaptability that is more extraordinary in outdoor environment. But, self-balancing two wheels scooter A3 is equipped with 16 inch high-quality tyres. Additionally, A3 is equipped with 4 inch LED display screen that indicates the speed, temperature, power, mileage and monitor.
Apart from their differences, the 2-wheeled electric scooters have a lot in common, such as the Sony import lithium battery, Cheng Shin Tire and mobile App that can be downloaded from its official web. The built-in intelligent chip collects all the data of the vehicle that are transmitted wirelessly to the smart phone where calculations and analysis are made by Airwheel APP and the visual data feedback is shown to the user in real-time.