29, February 2016: Brooke owns a set of Airwheel electric scooter Z3. At first sight, Airwheel electric scooter Z3 bears a strong resemblance to the traditional electricity-assisted scooter. Actually, Airwheel electric scooter Z3 is more than it seems. Brooke usually steers it for shopping. The first advantage of Airwheel Z3 is its portable convenience compared with the traditional electricity-assisted scooter. The sleek and streamlined structure design make Airwheel Z3 easily be carried by one hand. When the rider arrives the non-roadworthy track, he still can lift it and pass the section. There is no need for him to park it aside. This portable convenience gives a great benefit to Brooke.


Another advantage of Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooter Z3 is that it can pack away. Airwheel is wittingly in pursuit of the streamline style, trying its best to decrease the size of Airwheel Z3. In Airwheel Z3, its pedals can be folded; its saddle can be adjusted at will and the lever of Z3 is also foldable. These streamlined design makes Airwheel Z3 as smaller as it can. Therefore Airwheel Z3 can be taken into the lift, the bus and the metro. Even Brooke puts it into her boot of her car. This kind of function of packing away of Airwheel Z3 enhances the portability. At the same time, it takes up less room for parking.


Although Airwheel Z3 is small in size and can pack away, it has a large power capacity. On a full charge, Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter Z3 can cover 45 km. This range can match the large traditional electricity-assisted scooter. The high-efficiency battery is made by Sony, which is famous for its electronics. The range is sufficient for Brooke to go for a shopping. Brooke usually uses it. Now Brooke regards it as her personal transport. After all, it comes in handy more often than not. Just because of this, she strongly recommends it to her colleague.

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