10, March 2016: Airwheel self-balancing electric scooter has been adopted to a host of fields, such as airport, factories and daily exercise and entertainment and so on. It is famous for its high quality, diversity and power utility. What if Airwheel electric scooter is applied into medical industry, it may save more lives or rescue the wounded. Taking S5 two wheel self-balancing electric scooter as an example, if Airwheel S5 transformed to be the medical services, surely, it will make more people benefit from it specially in crowd area such as music concert, exhibition, outdoor arena, etc.
The Airwheel self-balancing two wheels scooter S5 is ready to take on any challenge, which is hailed as ATV, with a silent and powerful electric motor. The very lightweight yet extremely resistant aluminium fender is designed to protect both the vehicle and passenger from side impacts. Even in rainy days, it will not delay the medical work. Coupled with its large 16 inch tires, S5 can be ridden on any route, ensuring maximum stability and adhesion in all ground conditions, even on sand, thanks to their size and specially designed tread.
Airwheel S5 2-wheeled electric scooter makes the medical team move faster to deliver medical and treat patient in time. With Airwheel, medical staff can work faster in terms of speed and it is more efficient in terms of reaching more people in the venue, which has limited access. Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter rises superior to traffic jam and crowd.
In general, it will take 10 minutes for a team reach the patient in the middle of the crowd by walking and it only takes about 2 minutes by riding Airwheel. It is definitely faster, simpler and more efficient. In front of injury and accident, less time means more lives. Equip medical staffs with Airwheel and save more lives.
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