While the title may sound a little bizarre, there actually is an electric scooter that balances itself as you stand on it. The internet has been taking footage of riders and making them viral, and the presence of these up-beat ways to travel has not gone unnoticed. From celebrities to normal folks of all ages, the two wheel self balancing electric scooter is a new way to have a fun time while getting fresh air.
Learning how to ride this scooter isn't as grueling a task as it may look at first glance. "Practice makes perfect" is a phrase we all know very well and this scooter is no exception to the rule. Learning to adjust to a scooter under your feet that can balance on its own is a very unique feeling that you may need some time to become comfortable with. The majority of these scooters will be charged right out of the box, which would give a new rider about half an hour to practice riding before it needs to be charged fully.
I'm sure you're wondering how these scooters move. Well, that's fairly simple. You can control your speed by the way you move your feet while on the scooter. Pushing down with your toes or the balls of your feet will cause you to accelerate. These are also able to rotate and make turns with ease and coming to a stop is a breeze. Weighing only 27 pounds, this modern take on the electric scooter is incredibly lightweight and not a hassle to travel with. People of all ages are learning about this cool new trend and are impressing passersby with these sleek boards that are capable of going up to 10 miles per hour.
These scooters could very well be the perfect gift for any occasion in addition to being a great toy for your own home. Could you imagine being woken up on Christmas morning and opening a box with an epic scooter inside? My inner child is squealing with excitement! I honestly believe this is a good way to get some fresh air on a daily basis. It is a convenient way to get around a little bit quicker and just to enjoy. They can also be used indoors, but I myself am prone to accidents and wouldn't be brave enough to try that.
Different models will have a slightly higher or lower weight limit. Luckily for clumsy people like me there is a one-year warranty that you can turn to in the event that the scooter malfunctions, which is very reassuring. I doubt repairs on this scooter can be done at just any facility, and could be costly if there wasn't a warranty guarantee. Overall I would think that this is an awesome addition to any home. If you're still unsure, be sure to check out any reviews or videos about these scooters to answer any questions I may have missed. These are fairly low priced to be such a new technology, which means that you wouldn't have to save up for two years just to own one. It's not a fancy car, it's like a skateboard and scooter hybrid that will bring joy to anyone who rides it.