10, May 2016: So far, there are more and more new members joining to S series, such as the latest Airwheel S8 and S9. While, it is necessary for us to have a contrast analysis of Airwheel S3 and S5 double-wheels electric scooters, as they are holding a large consumer base. Since Airwheel pushed out the S3, the door to the phase of two-wheeled scooters is opened by Airwheel.

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From then on, Airwheel wheeled scooters has been keeping a high momentum and enjoying the great popularity all over the world. As the first two wheel self-balancing electric scooter, Airwheel S3 has arrested the public’s attention with solid magnesium alloy frame, dynamic system of intelligent system of science and technology, Strong power system and excellent battery etc.


Subsequent to S3, Airwheel released another model—S5 2-wheeled electric scooter. Although S3 and S5 belong to the same series and have much in common, they literally have some important differences. Speaking of its similarities, Airwheel S3 and S5 are equipped with handlebars that make your balance more natural during movements. What’s more, the large four inch LED display shows the Airwheel S3 and S5's status and travel information at all times: mileage, current speed, battery level and ambient temperature. Remote controls and speakers are also the same.


While, it is the differences that make them distinguished. Firstly, they are positioned differently. Airwheel S3 intelligent power scooter is intended for ride on the road, whereas Airwheel S5 is especially for tough terrains, because of the tyres size and design. What’s more, S5 is equipped with folders preventing S5 from dirty water in the rain. S5 is naturally to own a more powerful thrust so that it can jump over tough terrains and steps. S5 has a potent battery capacity, which suitable for a long trip.

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