07, December 2015: Airwheel Z3 two-wheeled self-balancing scooter is the first Airwheel scooter type that is designed with single front and rear wheel, and the whole bodywork of Airwheel Z3 electric scooter is much slimmer and lighter than other Airwheel two-wheeled electric scooters. And Airwheel Z3 is the dreamlike scooter for female riders.
The classic and elegant design style makes Airwheel Z3 self-balancing scooter extremely attractive. Unlike other Airwheel two-wheeled electric scooters that are designed with two wheels in parallel, the two tiny front-and-rear wheels minimize the overall size of the scooter and also reduces the weight, which makes Airwheel Z3 electric scooter extremely flexible and light-weighted. Besides, the Z3 is also easy-to-carry due to its powerful multi-layer foldable functionality that enables riders to fold the scooter into even smaller sizes, and this is really helpful to those female riders who do not have advantages in physical strength. It can be said that the wonderful design style of Airwheel Z3 self-balancing scooter perfectly satisfies the needs of female riders.
Female riders can ride like a Queen with Airwheel Z3 two-wheeled self-balancing scooter. The humanized design in accordance with ergonomic of Airwheel Z3 self-balancing electric scooter provides unparalleled riding experience for female riders. For instance, the two pedals are designed on left and right side to improve the balance. And female riders can ride with high-heeled shoes on Z3 because the pedals are coated with frosted surface that increases anti-skid capability and female riders will not get slippery even with high-heeled shoes on feet. Imagine how fashionable and cool it is to rider Z3 electric scooter with high-heeled shoes like a Queen.
Most importantly, Airwheel Z3 self-balancing scooter helps female riders enjoy a healthier way of life. With the tiny and flexible Airwheel Z3 two-wheeled electric scooter, female riders are able to enjoy a more convenient and healthy way of daily commuting. Instead of sitting in private cars or public buses, female riders now have their dreamlike alternative transport for daily commuting.