25, April 2016: Since it came out, self-balancing scooter gradually evolved from the heavy and big two-wheel scooter into the single wheel self-balancing scooter that can show the cool riding skill. It seems to be smaller but at the same time, it gets harder to learn and control. Airwheel, as the global intelligent vehicles provider, released several series of electric scooter to solve the problems. Multiple posture self-balancing scooter is one of them. Airwheel S8 electric scooter with seat, the latest product becomes the attractive scooter with the outstanding performance and the beautiful outlook.
The exterior design of S8 electric walkcar, comparing with S6 electric scooter, is more fashionable. People are fed up with the straight control lever. The C-shape design applied on S8 control lever can give freshness and novelty to riders. More importantly, this alternation also improves the riding experience since it is much easier to allow the legs to support and bear the strength, especially for changing directions.
Except the outlook, Airwheel has another improvement. The 8-inch tyres of Airwheel S6 can not deal with all the road conditions. So Airwheel S8 two wheel electric walkcar adopts the 10 inches wheels in case of meeting rough, uneven and bumpy roads. Although the size of wheels gets larger, it won’t influence the portability of S8. Riders can also easily place it into the car trunk, buses or subways and even elevators. S8 will not take too much space in your home or office.
Additionally, the control lever of Airwheel S8 electric scooter for adults with seat can be lowered or raised with the range of 50mm space. Riders can adjust the height of the control lever according to their demands for seeking the most comfortable riding experience. Airwheel S8sitting posture self-balancing scooter takes the performances and details seriously and regards users’ comfortable riding experience as the indefatigable pursuit at all times.
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