25, February 2016: The skateboard can be said to be the earliest extreme sport, and a number of extreme sports are originated from skateboarding. Skateboarding is the extension of surfing on land. Surfing is restricted by geographical and climatic conditions, while skateboarding has a greater degree of freedom. Residents in sunny beach of Southern California have quickly produced the world's first skateboard. With the development of society and higher demands on the skateboard, the traditional skateboard must be upgraded to follow the development’s steps. And now Airwheel M3 electric skateboard was born for setting trend.


In the first place, Airwheel M3 motorized skateboard is motorized by electricity. That is, M3 provides much power to make the skateboarding is faster. What’s more, the magnetic levitation motor brings more powerful output power with the top speed of 20km per hour and more than 15°climbing degree. it is adopted the customized tires into M3 wireless remote control skateboard with such features as skid proof, strong grip effect, wide tire design, which is suitable for the whole road conditions. It not only shows people’s character but also ensures safety because it put an end to explosion, leakage or breaking.


Then, Airwheel M3 maple electric skateboard is controlled by a 2.4G handheld wireless remote control with different speed. For the beginners, most of them will feel fearful and panic, if the speed is set too high. They need to learn it at a slower speed and when they practice well; they will be long for a higher speed. This is a gradual process, so a constant speed is not feasible. Lowering the learning difficulty, Airwheel M3 can be played by more and more people who are willing to try extreme sports.

Airwheel M3 wireless remote control skateboard was born for setting trend. The skateboard should be more than simply sports trend, and Airwheel M3 redefine it as a means of transportation, and make it faster and easier.

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