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Both the Wheel Self Balancing Electric Scooter 300 LB Capacity! With the release of the brand new 2 wheel self balancing electric scooter, 2015 has been an exilerating year for gadget fans. Across the world, people are taking to YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to create photos and videos of themselves zipping around with this 2 wheel contraption which basically appears to be a board having a wheel on both sides.
A mixture of a skateboard plus a segway, this mini Segway (devoid of the handle) type thing is blowing up in popularity, fuelled to some extent from the amount of celebrities that have been seen on one. From Bieber assault to Soulja Boy, Kendall Jenner to Jamie Foxx, all have tried their hand at this nifty little gadget, and appear to have a great deal of fun this. AMAZING, 5.5AH/5500mAH (6) Hour Battery Life! Nicknamed the 'swegway' (due to it's likeness for the Segway, however a 'cooler' version) we're not sure entirely where this specific electric scooter originated from or who invented the first. Probably it descends from some factory in China. The very first glimpses we were treated to than it on television were a product known as the IO Hawk, a scooter that costs a stunning $1800. This is last January of 2015. Ever since then many cheaper versions of the same product came on the market along with the average price at this time appears to be around $500.
How does it work? Basically you stand on both the panels and shift the body weight slightly forward or slightly back also it senses this bodyweight change and moves backwards or forwards. This may also turn right or left. This scooter is turning out to be so well received it's actually being touted because the personal mobility device for the future. Who wants to walk when you can glide, right? Plus it's actually a lot faster than walking, travelling at speeds of 6mph to 10mph. Super fast charging time - only 60 minutes! Where are you able to acquire one? They are positioned on quite a few different websites but under different brandnames possibly at vastly different prices. For instance the IO Hawk stated previously is $1800 even though the Phunkeeduck is about $1500 and much cheaper will be the Monorover R2 which comes in just $400-$600 (depending on that you get it). What are the differences between each one of these? None at all. In fact they're all almost exactly the same except for several small, hardly noticeable differences. It simply depends upon your allowance and if brand name is vital for you.