Compare the Airwheel models

There are several models and we understand that it can be confusing to know which one to choose. The videos might give you an idea about it. 
Mainly you choose between one or two wheels, the size of the wheel  and finally the battery size.. The general size of the units reflects the wheel size and the battery size determined how far you can drive on a single charge. 
The Q3 is our best seller as it's easy to learn, stable to ride and comes with options for bigger batteries. The X3 has a lower starting price, and has a bit more "playful" nature compared to the stable experience of the Q3.

Q series: Dual Wheels
The Airwheel Q series has dual wheels which makes it easy to learn. Most people manage to drive it in 5 minutes. They are stable and comfortable to drive.


Airwheel Q1 

Q1 has smaller wheels and general size then the Q3. At only 23.4 pounds it is very light and convenient to bring with you on busses, subways or at the mall. 
Wheels: 2 wheels of 11 inches
Weight: 23.4 lbs
Battery: 170 or 260 WH (we stock 260WH only)
Driving range: 6-20 miles




Airwheel Q3

Q3 is Airwheel's most selling model. It's very easy to learn, stable to drive and comes with different battery options which enables a range of up to 25 miles! It's the biggest in the Airwheel family very stable and comfortable to drive.
Wheels: 2 wheels of 14 inches
Weight: 30.2 to 32.2 lbs depending on battery capacity. New version is only 27.5lbs with 340WH battery.
Battery: 130H, 170WH, 260WH or 340WH
Driving range: 5-25 miles depending on battery option




Airwheel Q5

Q5 is similar to Q3 and comes with nice blue color pads. It has red LED lights and comes with either 170WH or 260WH battery. We are stocking only the 260WH battery option. 
Wheels: 2 wheels of 14 inches
Weight: 25.5 lbs
Battery: 170WH or 260WH (we stock 260WH only)
Driving range: 6-20 miles




Airwheel Q6

Q6 has similar looks to Q1 but with bigger 14 inch wheels and has additional red LED atmosphere lights.
Wheels: 2 wheels of 14 inches
Weight: 24.5 lbs
Battery: 170WH
Driving range: 6-12 miles


X series: Single Wheels
The Airwheel X series has a single wheel which makes for a playful fun ride. You'll get a hang of it after a days practice.


Airwheel X3

X3 is the original Airwheel model and is the smallest and lightest in the family and is a lot of fun to drive. We have the newest version which been upgrade with newer technology and bigger battery. Small size and easy to carry around.
Wheel: 14 inch  
Weight: 21.6 lbs 
Battery 130 WH
Driving range: 5-9 miles





Airwheel X8

X8 has a bigger 16 inch wheel compared to X3's 14 inch. This makes it slightly more stable to ride. 
Wheel: 16 inch  
Weight: 24.5 lbs 
Battery 170 WH
Driving range: 5-12 miles


Common for all models:

Temperature: 14 to 100 °F . The Airwheel can be used in warm and cool weather, however the battery will last longer when the surrounding temperature is around  25 C 

Driver's maximum weight: 260 lbs

Climbing: Airwheel can drive up hills of 15°(15° is quite steep!) People of max 130 lbs can climb 18°.  

Max speed: 10 mph. Normal driving speed is 7-8 mpg. When the speed goes above 8 it will lean slightly backwards to make you slow down, and a warning beep is heard. 8 mph is a very comfortable and safe speed. 

Safety systems:
Airwheel have several safety systems:
There are LED lights indicating battery level.
When battery gets below 15% the airwheel will start beeping and will lean backward to slow down and stop.
When it falls over 45° it will turn of the engine and beep. Simply turn it off and back on to reset.
It will alarm and blink the LEDs if any other technical fault.

Airwheel complies with IEC  60204-1, UN38.3, EN 61000-6-2: 2005, EN 61000-6-4:2007/A1:2011

IP56 water resistant: It means it can drive in light rain, but not heavy rain or in water.