Which Airwheel personal transportation self-balancing Electric bike is suitable for Andy?

Andy is a 23-year-old white-collar, who works as an accountant in a company situated in the centre of the city. Each day he has to spend nearly one and half hours on commute. That is to say, the daily commute between the workplace and the residence costs him 3 hours. That is not because the residence of Andy is long away from the workplace, just because the traffic is serious and prone to jam.

As a young men fresh from college, he is hard up for money and cannot afford to buy a private car. As a result, he has to commute by bus each day. One day, he spots a set of intelligent electric self-balancing scooter made by Airwheel. It looks rather convenient and it can run on the pavement. If he owns it, there is no need for him to take bus to work.

At rest time, Andy talks with his colleagues about this, telling them that he sets out to buy an Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter. They add that all of them also see Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooter online and find it seems quite suitable for them. They want to buy it in their mind. However, there are a good many models which vary in volumes, masses, and design. They are at a loss to know which one is suitable.

Andy think Airwheel Q-series is economically suitable for them. Firstly, it is more stable than X-series so that they need not much time to practice riding it. The small size makes the rider able weave through the traffic. The traffic jam is no longer a bugbear to them. Even if they arrive at the office by Airwheel Q-series twin-wheeled self-balancing scooter, they can store it anywhere. They even can put it under their office desk. It will not stand in the way of other colleagues.

Other colleagues see eye to eye with Andy. Their agreement confirms the determination of Andy to buy Airwheel Q-series.

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