Abstract: In addition to the R6, R8 and C8, Airwheel has released H3 and A6S smart wheelchairs in 2017. Each of them has their own features and their release caused a big sensation in the whole market. Come to know them.
Following C5 and C6, Airwheel successfully developed a wearable equipment for racers— C8 adventure helmet. Like the previous two, it fulfils the recreational purpose as well the demand of safety protection. The built-in camera allows of record and the Bluetooth enables the rider to answer a call without whipping out his mobile phone. But, it pays more attention to racing activities. It can be used as a full face helmet with external peak visor attached, or the peak visor can be removed and you have an aerodynamic touring helmet.
Also, R series has welcomed another two models, R8 and R6. R8 electric mountain bike is famous for the excellent traffic ability, which is an ideal tool for riders to release pressure. The branded super large wheels with special tread are nonslip and have excellent grip performance, allowing R8 Triangle frame electric bike to conquer various road conditions. R6 is touted as the excellent PT for those who have to commute between the residence and the workplace each day. With Airwheel R6, they will not care about the traffic jam any more. What is more, riders can press one button to extend or contract R6 automatically.
With the release of H3 and A6S electric wheelchairs, Airwheel officially entered to the wheelchair sector. Both are equipped with a soft and wide saddle on it, featuring dual mode of ride—by man-larboard and by lithium battery. It is made of aluminium alloy material, with better load ability and durability. Riders can switch freely between the two modes. Both have their own features.
With the automatic folding system, H3 electric folding wheelchair is easy to store. The uniquely designed dynamic drive suspension offers greater climbing ability and comfort when traveling forward and in reverse. A6S self-balancing wheelchair installs the gyro system to control it to go forward and backward and relies on the handlebar controller to turn directions. Moreover, the controller can be mounted on either side of the chair to accommodate right and left-handed individuals.