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With the launch of the new self-balancing electric scooter, 2015 has been a thrilling year for technology fans. Across the world, folks are taking to Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Facebook, to post pictures and videos of themselves zipping around on the self-balancing scooter which basically is similar to a board with a wheel on both sides.
A cross between a Segway and Skateboard, this self-balancing scooter is getting bigger in popularity, fuelled to some extent by the number of celebrities that had been seen on it.
Named ‘Segway’ (due to its likeness to Segway, however a cooler version) we are uncertain where this valuable electric scooter comes from or who developed it. Probably it came from some manufacturing facility in China.
So how exactly does it work?
Simply you place yourself on the two wheels and shift your whole body weight fairly forward or fairly back and it feels this body weight change and moves forwards or backwards. It may also turn left or right. This scooter is appearing to be so popular, it is actually being recommended as the personal movability device. Also it is considerably faster than walking, travelling at rates of speed of 6mph to 10mph.
Among the benefits of this Segway scooter is the fact that it’s built to be very light-weight and small. Another superb thing about the scooter is that it’s built to be durable. It’s estimated that the scooter should take you at least ten years, meaning that you certainly will get the most for your cash when you buy a Scooter.
They are available on our websites but under distinct brand names and at greatly different prices. This scooter uses gyroscope sensors to enable self-balancing. The inner workings of the scooter use gyro sensors, a 350 Watt motor and a set of rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries. Users can control the vehicle to go forward, accelerate, decelerate, break or others, by leaning forward or leaning backwards.
This scooter is a green product helpful tool in commuting. It can be easily carried around on bus or subway. Also it is a funny entertainment tool as well as skateboard. This smart balance wheel uses gyroscope sensors to enable self-balancing. The inner workings of the scooter use gyro sensors, a 350 Watt motor and a set of rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries.
Users can control the vehicle to go forward, accelerate, decelerate, break or others, by leaning forward or leaning backwards. With a full charge it has a range of roughly 35 km and a highest speed at 10 km/hr.
Biking has always been an effective way of keeping the body fit and scooters are simply the very first step to that. Though it may not be as effective as riding a bicycle; riding scooters is certainly better than sitting down on a chair and playing games. Also, it will help in learning to focus and concentrate on different things at a time like watching the road and at the same time on balancing while moving through corners and preventing collision against other people on the highway.