Thursday, August 11, 2016

i-Muve Q3 Smart Electric Hoverboard

With the i-Muve Q3 Smart Hoverboard, you can travel up to 10 kph, faster than a typical jog, and up to a maximum distance of 20km. It also comes complete with an upgraded, high quality Samsung battery. This easy & fun to ride scooter boasts durable rubber tires that won't go flat, and when you're out of juice, simply plug in the included power cord and your scooter will be back to full charge in just 2 hours. Get a taste of the future and buy your Smart mini scooter today.

Gliding around with the Two-Wheel Self Balancing Smart Hoverboard Scooter is simple. It's intuitive to operate; just use your center of gravity to control the movement. Lean forward to move forward, back to reverse, shift left foot forward to go right, and right foot forward to go left. Just as you would with any vehicle, please make sure to read the operating instructions before attempting to use the scooter, and always keep safety in mind. The scooter is intended for use on flat, dry surfaces such as pavement or level ground, without loose debris, such as sand, leaves, rocks or gravel. The ideal learning environment when using the machine is a flat open area where obstacles are scarce.

Please remember that this is NOT a toy. Always wear protective attire when riding (helmet, wrist guards, elbow pads, knee pads, etc). Use caution when mounting the scooter. Avoid water, and remain aware of your surroundings at all times. 

What is a Hoverboard?
In the past few months, there’s been a real revolution in personal transportation. Some people call it “self balancing board,” others, “smart balance wheel,” others still call it “a mini segway without handles” or “segway board” and, to the vast majority of people it is known as a “2 wheel hoverboard“. The real name of this revolutionary mode of transportation is the self balancing electric scooter.
Lots of people started calling the 2 wheel self balancing scooter a “hoverboard” or “hoverboard segway“. Not because it hovers (it doesn’t!), but presumably because, while riding it, it certainly looks like you’re “hovering” a few inches off the ground. This is a hoverboard with wheels.
These self balancing boards use very clever sensors to detect when the rider leans in a certain direction, and, in turn, the electric motors spin the wheels to move in that direction. Basically, all you do is shift your weight in the desired direction and you will move towards it. Riding one is pretty eerie, as the board seems to “know” where you want to go. It’s almost like it’s reading your mind.
This is, basically, the same technology that the Segway uses, but here we have no handlebars. This makes the 2 wheel self balancing board a lot more compact and convenient to actually, say, commute to work, where you can just store your electric hoverboard under your desk, until it’s time to go back home.

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