Airwheel M3 electric skateboard project manager Andreas Weston’s daily life

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Andreas Weston is Airwheel M3 DIY electric skateboard’s project manager who is responsible for the design of M3. In Andreas’ opinion, there is no shortage of skateboard in the market; only the unique traits can make M3 maple electric skateboard win in the stiff competition. During the process, he has to weigh up the pros and cons. Now the Airwheel M3 electric skateboards are crowdfunding in Indiegogo, Andreas welcomes any talk with him for a better skateboard.

As we know, the surfing had developed into skateboarding since the end of 1950s and the early 1960s. And it has become an integral part of the street fashion. In the street, the Skater Boys with T-shirt, a pair of overalls can be easily seen. Andreas holds the idea that even though many people have their own vision for the skateboard, not all people are able to play it well. So he redefines the skateboard that can be no longer a sport trend, but a means of transport, faster and easier. This is the original intention of the born of Airwheel price M3 wireless remote control skateboard.

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As the project manager, most of Andreas Weston’s time is spent in his office, thinking and drawing. At his office, we can see a number of gadgets on his desk. Apart from Andreas Weston’s stringent careful attitude toward work, he is also a guitar fan. As the saying goes, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. He knows exactly how to keep his mind creative and his body energetic, which is crucial for a product.

Andreas hopes a growing number of people will come to know M3 maple electric skateboard via the campaign on Indiegogo, which is one of the largest crowdfunding web. Welcome valuable suggestions to improve the Airwheel M3 DIY project through the link http://igg.me/at/airwheel. Feel free to contact with Airwheel.

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