27, January 2016: Within several years’ hard work, Airwheel has been known and acknowledge by more and more persons. It means there are a great number of green hands. For beginners, they should learn the basic usage of Airwheel self-balancing electric scooter in case of unnecessary accidents. They need to place Airwheel vertically on the ground and turn it on before getting started. The power level Led indicators will be on and the buzzer will beep, and the unit is ready to be used. If Airwheel tilts either forward or backward after powered on, they should wait until it adjusts to upright position before riding.


There is a four-bar LED indicator on Airwheel intelligent electric scooter is applied to indicate the power level. All fours will be lit when power level is over 85% and will go off one by one as the level drops. It is necessary to check power level every time before usage. Riders may recharge it every time after usage. If not for emergencies, wait until charging completes before unplugging to protect the battery. .

When Airwheel electric scooter’s power level is less than 15%, all four lights will blink and the buzzer will beep. The front end of the pedal will rise to force riders to decelerate and eventually stop. On this occasion, riders should not attempt to ride again or riders may suffer a sudden loss of power and fall over. And the duration range will be limited during winter, since the battery performance drops sharply in cold weather. For instance, at -15℃, the discharge capacity is only about half compared to that at room temperature.


Airwheel is featured with IP56 water-proof rating, which, sails safely in 10mm (or below) of water. Riders may ride it in drizzles shortly, yet avoid sinking it in deep water or riding it on rainy days for a long time. Apart from the Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter itself some notes, for green hands, it is better to practice with a skilled Airwheel player.

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