08, February 2016: At weekdays, John is a common office worker. But in weekend, he has another identity, an electric scooter lover. He loves to test different kinds of electric scooters and feels their differences. These years, as electric scooter becomes more and more popular, many friends come to John to ask him some suggestions about electric scooter. And John is willing to share his experiences to them and introduce some really good electric scooters to his friends. Recently, John happily found an excellent electric scooter that is worthy to be introduced to his friends. That is Airwheel’s latest product, Airwheel sitting posture self-balancing scooter S6. John found that S6 is both stable and portable, which is useful and practical in daily life.


Airwheel saddle-equipped electric scooter S6 looks like a common twin-wheel scooter from the appearance. However, when John observed it carefully, he found S6 has the exquisite and delicacy appearance as unicycles. The size of S6 is 790mmx503mmx322mm. It only needs the wide of 503mm to get through an alley not counting the saddle. As for the weight, a traditional twin-wheel scooter is at least 20kg, but Airwheel saddle-equipped electric scooter S6 is only 14kg. These data makes John feel satisfied with its performance of portable.


Of course, the advantage of portable is not enough to prove Airwheel mini self-balancing scooter S6 is a good scooter. John also tested its riding experience and found that it is quite comfortable and stable to ride it. That is because S6 adopts the three points physical control technology. What’s more, it is able to be ridden in both sitting posture and standing posture and the height of the saddle is adjustable. John appreciated these advances as he thought these show Airwheel’s care for its riders.

Now, if friends ask John what kind of electric scooter he recommends, his answer is Airwheel electric scooter S6.

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