Abstract: As we know, ants can support things that weigh more than 100 times than themselves on their back but nobody can do this similarly. Although human being can not increase their loading capacity, they can use their brain to develop mini products that can load things which are heavy, for example, Airwheel S6 saddle-equipped scooter.
Ants can be called the champion of weightlifting in nature world. There is no problem for a little ant to lift a caterpillar; only weighing 14kg, Airwheel S6 sitting-posture electric scooter can load a maximum of 110kg.
Generally speaking, intelligent self-balancing scooters, similar in size to Airwheel S6 electric walkcar only can load a maximum of 85kg. This will undoubtedly produce big limitations for riders' stature and weight. It is not rare to see people who are heavier than 85kg so some of people will lose the chance to ride self-balancing scooters. Actually, this will not happen.
Airwheel S6 electric walkcar, with the small size of 790mmx503mmx322mm and the weight of only 14kg, can bear almost 110kg's rider. Fat as you are, you can also equally share the joy and fun from riding self-balancing scooter.
However why can Airwheel S6 electric scooter with seat load more than others? It largely depends on the whole material S6 adopts-the combination of magnesium alloy and aluminium alloy. Small in density and light in weight for magnesium alloy is a necessary for reducing the body weight while although the density of aluminium alloy is bigger than magnesium alloy, the hardness and strength plays a key role in increasing the loading capacity of Airwheel S6 saddle-equipped electric bike.
Except the small body and strong loading capacity, the two available riding postures-sitting and standing riding postures are distinguished from any other scooters. In order to lower the learn difficulties for uses, Airwheel designers of the second generation sitting-posture self-balancing scooter S6 successfully alters the two gyroscopes into three and four gyroscopes.
Great wisdom is hidden in the mini self-balancing scooter, Airwheel S6.