10, May 2016: For a scooter lover, Barton has been familiar with the current self-balancing electric scooters. While, the appearance of Airwheel A3 took him aback, as it is equipped with a seat. Barton has bought one set of Airwheel A3 online months ago. After months’ experience of riding A3, he has a better and comprehensive idea about A3. Today, he is willing to share with us his experience of Airwheel A3 sitting-posture electric scooter.
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Though Airwheel A3 is a saddle-equipped scooter, it is also adopting aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy software algorithm and gyroscope system to maintain balance by leaning forward and backward. Similar to the techniques of riding a bicycle, riders achieve balance via slightly tilting sideways. Riders can control the scooter to go forward, accelerate, decelerate, and brake, etc. by leaning forward or backward. According to Barton’s description, he found the ride of Airwheel A3 2-wheeled electric scooter is comfortable.
Firstly, the two giant wheels as large as 16 inches have provided a better balance for riders and at the same time, it enables Airwheel A3 electric scooter with seat to conquer a variety of road conditions. In combination with the threaded handlebars which are very soft and the threads on it serves effectively to enhance friction in case of slipping. The metal pedals are able to resist the impact and less subject to break down.
The main feature of Airwheel A3 electric self-balancing scooter is its sit-on ride mode and Airwheel is proud of it. The sleek saddle in V-shape is designed under the ergonomic principle, offering more comfortable ride than the traditional standing wheeler does. The bouncy leather saddle not only offers a comfortable ride, but also provides a cushion to buffer the impact and vibrate. However long the trip is, the rider will never feel a slight fatigue. Barton thinks highly of Airwheel A3 after months’ experience as it has brought a lot of convenience to his life.
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