31, August 2015: Generally, electric unicycle riding is believed to be dangerous, which is actually not true according to some expert of this transport. Speaking of safeness, it is the own features of the vehicle but not the risk of riding the vehicle matters. If the rider can master how to steer the electric scooter, it can be even safer than riding a bicycle.


Airwheel single-wheeled scooter is mounted with only one wheel which is only 11 cm away from the ground. Once any danger occurs, riders can easily jump off the vehicle. In this way, riders will never be hurt. What’s more, Airwheel has prepared several protective settings such as speed limit control, low battery alarm and tilting protection for the riders in case any accidents may happen. On the contrary, as for bicycle riders, when an accident happens, it is quite hard for them to stop the vehicle. Thus, it is fair to say that Airwheel electric scooter is even safer than a bicycle.


As a matter of fact, the quality of the transport is also very important whether it is an electric scooter or a bicycle. And Airwheel, the leading brand of the electric scooter industry, is always focused on offering consumers the best products. And the premium quality of Airwheel self-balancing scooter lies in its careful selection of materials and the delicate design. In order to provide riders with strong driving force, Airwheel electric scooter is equipped with batteries imported from Sony. Moreover, it also adopts durable Cheng Shin tires that are made of natural rubber. Tires of this kind are large and strong enough to enable riders to negotiate all sorts of terrains. In terms of design, aligned with the principle of ergonomics, Airwheel electric scooter caters to the riding habits of the riders, which will ensure the safety of riders to some degree.

In conclusion, compared with a bicycle, Airwheel electric scooter is undoubtedly much safer for riders.

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