Abstract: For a family of three, Jack is in study or work in other places. On Christmas or Spring Festival, it is time to go back home to accompany parents. But watching the old Mom and dad in the journey tired, Jack will feel sorry, so he can choose the Airwheel electric drift hoverboard as a means of transport, laboring saving and safe.
In the past, the taste of the Christmas is the mother taste, the taste of home, because the Christmas is a family reunion. Mothers are always ready to make a table of sumptuous dishes as a family reunion dinner on Christmas Eve. And now, along with the changes in people’s attitudes, Christmas is no longer only the mother’s taste, as more and more families will choose to have a holiday travel, accompanied by Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter.
Airwheel saddle-equipped electric scooter A3 is suitable for Jack’s father with the magnesium frame, solid and anti-scratch. Always new nano material shell, matte white and vibrant orange color collocation, high-end materials and fashion design, make travel more domineering. More importantly, the sleek saddle in V-shape is designed under the ergonomic principle, offering more comfortable ride than the traditional standing electric scooter does. A3 breaks through the conventional scooters of standing posture, to let the occupants enjoy seat comfort.
While the mother often needs to small tool that is more appropriate, for example Airwheel S6. Compared to the other two wheeled balancing scooters, Airwheel S6 mini self-balancing scooter has a more compact size and vehicle weight is also only 14kg, very suitable for moms riding; more importantly, Airwheel S6 is easier to control, and also can achieve double riding posture. During the trip, Airwheel S6 is not only mother’ means of transport, but also a resting tool at any time.
The other person is Jack, young and energetic and Airwheel X series are more appropriate. Airwheel single-wheeled self-balancing air board using space attitude control principle, fuzzy algorithm and gyroscope system to go back, forth and change directions, users lean the body slightly forward and backward to achieve progress, acceleration, deceleration, braking and other driving operations, similar to a bicycle that depends on the body center gravity to achieve.