New Products Brief and Hot Self Balancing Scooter News in November


Sorry for keeping our friends waiting for so long, and now a new great moment comes….

Keep on innovation and keep on manufacturing new products continuously when insuring the quality. This is the motto of F-wheel which makes F-wheel vigorous and welcomed by millions of people always.

And now, let’s have a look at our new stars coming in November!

Number One Little Bear (Self Balancing Scooter, aka PhunkeeDucks, IO Hawks, Oxboards, AirBoards, Monorovers)


Number Two Butterfly (Self Balancing Scooter, aka PhunkeeDucks, IO Hawks, Oxboards, AirBoards, Monorovers)


Number Three Batman (Self Balancing Scooter, aka PhunkeeDucks, IO Hawks, Oxboards, AirBoards, Monorovers)


Recent hot news in self balancing scooter field:

Why you might see LSU students riding ‘hoverboards’ around campus


Seattle Seahawks wide receiver B.J. Daniels rides an electric self-balancing scooter commonly called a “hoverboard,” as he arrives for an NFL football game against the Carolina Panthers, Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Stephen Brashear)

Popular with celebrities and athletes, self-balancing electric scooters have now become the choice of transportation for some LSU students, according to a report.

The scooters, also known as “hoverboards,” aren’t cheap – ranging from $300 to $1,800 depending on the brand – but some students say the price is worth it.

“I ride it almost every day. It’s really fun,” freshman Deon Denson told the LSU Daily Reveille. He purchased one for $300.

One of the tricks is learning to navigate the bumps, cracks and dips around campus, junior Shonacee Oliva said.

“The first day I took it on campus, I was really scared,” Oliva said. “You can tell how uneven the sidewalks are with all the cracks, but if you’re hesitant, it’s worse and you’ll have to jump off because it spazzes out.”

Read the full story from the Reveille here.

A Wedding Photographer on a Self-Balancing Scooter


Self-balancing scooters have become all the rage over the past couple of years, and you can now buy a small handle-less Segway-esque device for yourself for around $300 to $400. In addition to gliding around and attracting curious looks on the street, you can also use the “hoverboards” to shoot stable photos and videos.

Mendel Mish, who shoots for CJ Studios, was recorded in this short video riding a self-balancing scooter to film a bride at a wedding in Monsey, New York:


Segways are already widely used by cameramen for everything from sports broadcasts to television music competitions, so it makes sense that photographers and videographers are interested in adopting similar devices that are both smaller and cheaper.

(via Benams Photo via DIYP)

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