Just Released September 20th!
AirBoard 1.0 is the cutting edge self-balancing board that is absolute fun and excitement to use.
With pressure pad recognition, the AirBoard is incredibly intuitive and easy to use!
Lean in the direction you wish to go, just by pushing your toes down. The Board can spin on the spot and is therefore incredibly easy to turn and navigate.
LED display and fantastic workmanship complete this incredible design and futuristic piece of kit!
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Even though the AirWheel AirBoard 1.0 was just released, that didn’t stop hoverboard enthusiasts from drooling over its magnificent specs before it even made it off the manufacturing floor. Representing cutting edge balance, this two-wheeled scooter is extremely intrusive and quite easy to use. The pressure pad footrests are sensitive to the slightest pressure and will propel the unit forward when you place your foot down. It is also very easy to turn and navigate and you can also twirl in place as well if you get enough practice. The LED display and futuristic design take this kit to a whole other level.
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The following are some of the specs this beauty will have going for it:
- Can run for 40 minutes at a stretch or 7 – 9 miles when it is fully charged,
- Suitable for riders 10 years of age and older.
- Charges fully in one hour.
- It can go at max speeds of 10 mph.
- Comprises of a 132-watt Li-ion battery which is rechargeable
- Can handle weights up to 140 kg or 22 stones.
- Weighs 10 kg
- 190 mm in length
- 180 mm high
- 590 mm wide
- Will come in black for now
- Does not require a remote control
- 132 W battery power
- Takes an hour to charge fully.
As mentioned before, AirBoard 1.0 is completely intuitive which basically means that you can control it with slight movements of your body. It is also incredibly agile and can turn 360 degrees in place without throwing off its rider. The self-balancing feature makes sure of that and also allows riders to race around at speeds topping 10 miles/hr.
Since it has an in-built Li-ion battery, the AirBoard 1.0 can be changed quickly once it is plugged into a main power switch with the provided charger. It will take an hour to charge completely and once it does, it will be ready to go once again. Additionally, it is also rated IP54 which basically means that it is waterproof to an extent. You can take it out for a spin amidst light drizzle, but I wouldn’t go out in a storm with it if I were you.
Currently, we also know that the AirWheel should be used on roads and is best used on pavements or in parks and cycle paths.
I hate to admit it, but I’m just waiting for the delivery of my AirWheel Airboard 1.0 so I can dig deeper into it. If anyone has used it, please add your thoughts in the comments so we can see what it’s like!