26, October 2015: With the development of urbanization, the density of population gets higher. The street is crowded and the price of land becomes more and more expensive. Therefore, things that are in mini size are welcomed by people for the reason that they save space. In order to meet this requirement, Airwheel recently has released the mini electric scooter S6. It is not only smaller, but also more comfortable and intelligent.


Airwheel mini self-balancing scooter S6 is smaller than other products of Airwheel. The space it takes up is less than 0.25 square meters, which is smaller than a floorboard. And the tire it uses is only 20 cm large. Therefore, Airwheel mini self-balancing scooter S6 is very space saving. Riders can put it in the corner of their home or office. What’s more, as the frame of S6 is made of magnesium alloy, it is very light. Riders can easily take it to any places as they want.

Airwheel sitting posture self-balancing scooter S6 provides comfortable riding experience for riders. The sitting posture of it saves riders’ energy. Riders can choose to ride it in standing posture or sitting posture. The seat cushion of it is not only attractive in looking, but also comfortable in texture. The height of the seat is adjustable and riders can adjust the height of the seat according to their stature. This humanization design ensures riders to enjoy a comfortable riding experience and have an elegant riding pose.


Airwheel saddle-equipped electric scooter S 6 is also intelligent. The upgraded central processing unit makes the braking capacity stronger. It only takes 0.3 seconds for S6 to speed up. Besides, S6 is able to connect with the mobile phone APP. Riders can monitor the status, riding trackand location of their scooter.

Smaller but more comfortable and intelligent, Airwheel electric scooter S6 will give rider a wonderful riding experience.

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Company: Airwheel Technology Holding (USA) Co., Ltd
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Website: http://www.airwheel.net