14, October 2015: From the external appearance of Airwheel mini self-balancing scooter S6, it is not hard for people to find that, the new concept of the smaller size and the more delicate looking has run throughout the whole design. The three main parts are obvious to see: cushion, pedal, and wheel. The seat cushion of Airwheel S6 is adjustable. There are several heights for people to choose to realize the most comfortable condition. If people think S6 is just a sitting posture self-balancing scooter, that may be wrong partially. Surprisingly, riders can also ride this scooter by standing posture. For short, Airwheel electric scooter S6 offers various ways of riding for riders in a wide range of application scenarios.


For Airwheel electric motor S6, the pedals play a vital role in this vehicle, so developers use PC material with multiple features of wear-resisting, scratch-resistant, insulation, extensibility, stability and resistance to chemical corrosion for it. How couldn’t the pedals be perfect? With humanized design, the pedals own the performance of anti-knock and pressure reducing either standing or sitting, to meet the demands of comfort and safety by riders get guaranteed.

At first sight, people cannot imagine how powerful the Airwheel two wheel self-balancing electric scooter S6 it is from this elegant appearance. But the fact is that, with upgraded CPU, the power stems from the 10 inch wheel is endless, which can reach maximum speed of 17km/h. Acceleration time of 0.3s are the best evidence. Due to adoption of high quality tyres, riders can experience different riding and enjoy different sceneries in different environments.


Concision doesn’t mean simple; small doesn’t mean rough. With the idea of less is more, the design of Airwheel mini self-balancing scooter S6 is more scientific and humanized, with the small vehicle body storing large power which just waits for people to boost.

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