01, March 2016: As for a good enterprise, three years is enough to make a handful of achievements. So does Airwheel. What’s more, Airwheel gains fruitful achievements through three years’ development. Jansen, a famous critic, thinks Airwheel is the most prominent scooter-maker all over the world because it has made a great contribution to the sector, to the society and to the world. On the level of individuals, it brings a lot of fun and happiness to scooter-lovers. On the level of technology, it originates the application of new technology. On the level of design, it ushers the sit-on model and the twin-wheeled intelligent scooter Q-series. During the three-year-long development, Airwheel secures a bulk of achievements.


Each year, Airwheel exports over 100000 sets of intelligent self-balancing scooters to the overseas market. The market ranges over Asian market, European market and American market. Its products appeal to the people of all walks of life. The technology is ahead of time and application is innovative. In terms of technology, it has secured a good many patents, making a great contribution to the sector.


When it comes to the design, Jansen highly values the sit-on model A3. Airwheel A3 wraps a lot of technology and design into it. It represents the advancement in technology and the innovation in design. The previous model with no saddle always exhausts the rider very much. Once the rider steers it for a long time, he will feel tired.

Now with the saddle, Airwheel A3 offers a comfy ride. The rider will not feel fatigued any more. It starts the era of sit-on model. Following Airwheel A3, Airwheel pushed out another sit-on mode-Airwheel two-wheeled intelligent scooter S6. Seen from this point, the momentum of sit-on model remains high. There seems a vogue for sit-on model in the current market for scooter. In the future, it is understandable that the sit-on model will dominate the market for a time span.

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