Using the launch of the brand new 2 wheel self balancing electric scooter, 2015 has been a thrilling year for gadget fans. Around the globe, individuals are taking to YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to write pics and vids of themselves zipping around for this 2 wheel contraption which basically appears like a board with a wheel on either side.
A mixture of a skateboard as well as a segway, this mini Segway (without the handle) type thing is blowing up in popularity, fuelled to some extent with the amount of celebrities which have been seen on a single. From Justin Bieber to Soulja Boy, Kendall Jenner to Jamie Foxx, all have tried their hand only at that nifty little gadget, and seem to get a lots of fun this.
Nicknamed the 'swegway' (because of it's likeness on the Segway, but a 'cooler' version) we're not sure entirely where this particular electric scooter originated from or who invented the initial. More than likely it comes from some factory in China. The very first glimpses we saw of it in the media were an item referred to as IO Hawk, a scooter that will cost you an astonishing $1800. This was back January of 2015. Since that time many cheaper versions the exact same product have come on the market and the average price at this time seems to be around $500.
So how exactly does it work? Basically you get up on both the panels and shift your body weight slightly forward or slightly back and yes it senses this bodyweight change and moves backwards or forwards. Additionally, it may turn right of left. This scooter is becoming so well received that it is being touted because personal mobility device into the future. Who wants to walk when it's possible to glide, right? Plus it is a lot faster than walking, travelling at speeds of 6mph to 10mph.
Where can you get one? These are generally available on a number of different websites but under different brandnames and also at vastly different prices. As an example the IO Hawk stated previously is $1800 as the Phunkeeduck is about $1500 and a lot cheaper could be the Monorover R2 which comes in at only $400-$600 (depending on in which you buy it). What are the differences between each one of these? None in any respect. In reality they are all almost the exact same aside from a few small, barely noticeable differences. It just is dependent upon your financial allowance and regardless of whether name is vital for you.
Shenzhen Wind Rover Technology Co.,Ltd. have been specialized in the developement and production of balancing electronic scooters for many years. Wind-Rover is a trade mark registed by our Link-tec Technology Co., Ltd, which was founded in 2008. The first balancing car was created in the USA by two young man who just graduated from university, and they used a wooden box and PCB soldered by hand and finally completed their first balancing scooter. Latter, they found they can sell this kind of cars and let more and more people get the convenience and happiness from them.
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