23, December 2015: Seeing is believing. During 6th to 9th January, 2016, all of you can have a close contact with Airwheel electric scooters.

In CES 2016 Airwheel Technology will strike a pose on the stage for its magical electric scooter, including the new releasedS6 saddle-equipped electric scooter, Z3 self-balancing two wheels scooter and M3 self-balancing air board as well as the previous Airwheel X series, Q series and S series at booth No. 48001 & 48003, locating in the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada, United States.


The highlights of Airwheel in CES will definitely be the new products. Strong companies are good at sustaining innovations. Airwheel engineers always adopt new technologies and apply new design concept into the products. Started from S6 electric walkcar, it is designed to have two riding postures, standing or sitting, owing to the adjustable control rod. Therefore riders can freely change their postures as their wish.


Next is the 2 wheeled electric scooter Z3. The up-installed battery design and the multi-folded system applied on the pedals, operating rod and the connection shaft between the front wheels and pedals make Z3 unique and portable. The anterior standing posture design in accordance with the principle of ergonomics allows riders to experience a more comfortable and safe riding.

The last but not the least, M3 electric skateboard, with the “duel core” drive and protection system, gives riders enough security assurance. Meanwhile, with 2.4G wireless remote control, M3 can support infinitely variable speeds and riders can clearly see all the data shown on the APP on mobile phone.

Actually even though lots of good features are listed here, only you see it and have a try, you can know all the best performances. As the old saying goes, seeing is believing. We wait your coming for testing all the new Airwheel electric scooters.

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Contact Person: Mr Tang
Company: Airwheel Technology Holding (USA) Co., Ltd
Phone: +8618861270200
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.airwheel.net