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Airwheel Q3, Monoruota Elettrico Autobilanciante Uomo, Nero, 51.8 x 40.8 x 20 cm
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|Risparmi:||EUR 38,93 (5%)|
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Senza tanti giri di parole, il Q3 è l'Airwheel definitivo. È il top di gamma della sua serie e racchiude in sé tutte le principali caratteristiche che la tecnologia Airwheel è in grado di offrire: autonomia di 50 km in soli 90 minuti di ricarica, peso inferiore ai 14 kg e una velocità massima di 18 km/h. Un design pulito e funzionale, unitariamente alle stesse modalità di utilizzo di tutti gli altri modelli, ne fanno la scelta obbligata per chi stia cercando il miglior Airwheel disponibile sul mercato.
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There were a number of unknowns for me before I purchased it. The things I wondered about were: distance I could travel, what battery size to get, whether to get a one wheeled version or two wheeled version and how hard it would be to ride, and whether I could use it to commute to work (going up and down very steep hills).
I bought the 260 wattt two wheeled Q3. I've now had it about two months, and here is what I found:
*The battery life seems to last as long or longer than advertised for my kids (who weigh about 110 pounds). I'd read it should be able to go at least 18km with the 260 watt battery. However, for me I get to it saying 50% battery is gone if I go as fast as I can for about 2 miles. But I weigh 220lbs. If I go slowly the battery lasts a lot longer, but its hard to go slow on a flat surface for a long period of time. But, that is just the nature of electric motors. We have an electric car too and the battery drains fast if you go up hills at a high speed with lots of weight in the car.
*The literature on these says the 2 wheeled version takes 5 minutes to learn and the one wheeled takes a lot longer. I don't know about the 1 wheel version, but I can attest to being able to ride it after 5 minutes. I would say its still not super easy, and I have to really focus on keeping my balance - but I can ride it over uneven sidewalks, make tight turns, and generally make it go where I need it to. But I'm still on the verge of always falling off of it. Having said that, my 11 year old hopped on and within 20 minutes was doing basic tricks (going over curves, making some tight turns, etc.). So I'm glad I got the two wheeled version because I assume its much more stable than the 1 wheeled version, and for me (who clearly doesn't have as good as balance as my 11 year old) it was a good choice.
*I do not use it to commute, particularly because I have to go through an area without sidewalks and over steep hills - and my commute is about 5 miles. It will climb and go down hills as advertised. However, for someone of my size going up steep hills really drains the battery quickly and I'm not confident I would make it to my office. Plus, when going down hills there is a danger there - if you hop/fall off of it while its going downhill and it doesn't fall over, it will keep going without you. It has internally stabilizers that make it stand up by itself, and if its pointed downhill gravity takes over (think of a bike that stands up by itself). So if you fall off it there is a chance it becomes a 25lb rolling rocket. Lastly because I'm still not fully comfortable on it, going on a road without sidewalks or shoulders seems a little iffy - for me.
*Most of the literature I read in advance said it is water resistant, which I took to mean I could ride in the rain. I live in Seattle, so that is important. But the manufacturer's documentation that came with it said not to ride it when there is water on the road. After having to pump up the tire (which requires you to open it up - not easy but doable and a bit tedious), I can see why you wouldn't want to ride it in the rain. Water would then get carried up by the tires into the housing and onto the battery/electronics. So I don't do that, and wait for a dry day to ride. If water gets splashed on it, its fine. It just seems like its not a good idea to do something that will get water carried up from underneath, up into the housing.
Once I realized the limitations above, I've changed my outlook on this to something that I ride for fun. With that in mind, it is very fun to ride. It functions great for what it does, and I've had zero problems with the unit itself and had a great experience with the seller (Scooter Store - US).
In summary, if you are looking at this as a serious commuting device - it may or may not work, depending on your situation. For me it didn't, but in the right circumstances it might for you. But its definitely fun to ride, and for my experience, I'm glad I got the two wheeled version with the 260 watt battery (although the bigger battery would have been nice, this works).