There Are Some Warnings To The Rider When He Rides FOSJOAS electric Unicycle
Source:Fosjoas begin Time: 2015-09-12
FOSJOAS electric self-balancing scooter is fairly popular with the young. The young scooter-lovers constitutes the majority of customer base of FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooters. FOSJOAS electric scooter brings along enjoyment, happiness and the opportunity to work out. However, there are some warnings to the rider when he rides FOSJOAS electric self-balancing scooter. Safety comes first, which is the precondition of enjoying the ride of FOSJOAS electric self-balancing scooter.
There are six-fold protections in FOSJOAS electric self-balancing scooter, e.g. speed limit protection and over-discharge protection. The six-fold protections ensure the safety in process of riding FOSJOAS electric self-balancing scooter. As for FOSJOAS V3, its top speed can reach 16 km/h. The latest model K3 can travel at the top speed of 18 km/h. Such speed is sufficient to the daily ride. Because the young scooter-lovers constitutes the majority of customer base of FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter, FOSJOAS makes strenuous efforts in speed.
The young like the high speed, but high speed tend to cause danger, even life-threatening danger. In view of that, Moben Global Inc. installs the speed limit protection in FOSJOAS electric self-balancing scooter. When the speed of FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter exceeds the given limit speed, FOSJOAS scooter will make beep as a reminder to the rider of speeding. The handy gadget protects many riders from danger in an effective way.
When the rider of FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter goes downhill, he must be most careful. The slope will enhance the speed of FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing electric unicycle. When the rider coasts down the bridge, the speed of FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter will get out of control. This is quite dangerous. Therefore, he has to keep the speed under control under such circumstance.
To seek for the enjoyment of riding is secondary compared with keeping safety.