Abstract: Due to the small size of the Airwheel Z8 colourful electric foldable scooter, riders are no longer worried about finding a parking lot and can take the small-sized Z8 wherever he goes. And they are able to enjoy a labour-saving riding because the Z8 is electric powered. The following shows how to replace Z8's battery.
For those who are enthusiastically fond of travelling and recently he found another travel equipment—Airwheel Z8 lightweight electric scooter with top speed of 10km / h, 6.5kg item weight. And Airwheel wants to solve the daily traffic problems and let more people experience a better way to travel, and Z8 is what Airwheel works for. In order to select a best program of riding experience, Airwheel has compared many brands of tires and different combinations of front and rear tires, then eventually decided to adopt the high price/performance ratio quality tire and battery. Airwheel Z8 standing up electric scooter is equipped with a pair of 3.2-inch wheels. Combined with the unique tread pattern design enable it to adapt to different road conditions. Also, the quality battery contributes to a smoother ride. The following shows how to replace Z8's battery.
Firstly, you need to remove the front fixture in the frame.
Secondly, remove the rear fixture in the frame.
Thirdly, disconnect the battery from the mainboard and remove the battery. Then, replace the battery.
Fourthly, install the frame. Be careful not to press the line when installing screws.
Lastly, install the front fixture in the frame.
Driving is a very common and ordinary daily alternative transport for many families, however, people are already fed up with the traffic congestion or the hustle and bustle of the chaos. Comparatively, scooter riding is a more relaxing and flexible way of daily commuting to many people living in the city. Airwheel Z8 mini lightweight electric scooter becomes a great assistant and the above describes how to get the battery changed. If the description cannot meet your demands, you can also watch videos in YouTube. Here is the link—https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFmh42npSp4.