Clean power, light weight and speed put FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter on the map.

Source:Fosjoas begin Time: 2015-08-14

FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooters might have been familiar to the public. In the market for scooter, the brand has gone abroad before long. By virtue of its advantages, the products are catching on in the sector of scooter.

FOSJOAS electric scooters are mainly powered by the electricity power. It uses the Japan-made Sony battery core. The electricity power is rather a clean energy, unlike fossil fuel. More often than not, the modern city dwellers like driving their private cars to work or travel. The private car is quite fast, but it is fuelled by petrol. When petrol burns to offer force to the motor, it will produces the air-pollutant emission in number. The emissions are the culprit of pollution in the city. If the public go for FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter as a transport, this situation will surely turn around in the long run.

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The second factor of popularity is its light weight. One set of FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter is quite light so that anyone could carry it with himself. Take the single-wheeled scooter V6 for example. It weighs 14 kg. The rider completely carries it onto the bus and metro, even into the lift. When FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter needs for charge, one merely takes it home for charge. If he rider the electricity-assisted scooter, it is the opposite. The electricity-assisted scooter is typically very weighty and cumbersome. One can hardly carry it easily by his own. This cumbersomeness brings about many difficulties. That is why many people dispense with the electricity-assisted scooter.

The speed of FOSJOAS intelligent electric self-balancing scooter is passable and tolerable. The top speed could reach as much as 16 km/h. This passable is enough to meet the daily demand of commuting. And this speed is dearly safe. If the speed is unduly fast, one may be barely to brake suddenly when running up against the emergency.