YESSS Electrical has Airwheel-y good time with TV’s Spencer Matthews

The announcement was marked by a visit to the YESSS Electrical national distribution centre in West Yorkshire by celebrity Airwheel fan, Spencer Matthews, star of Channel Four’s Made in Chelsea, who showed off his Airwheel skills, accompanied by professional riders Holly and Alan Judd.

Among the products being stocked by YESSS is the latest model – the Airwheel Q5 – which can carry a total of 120kg and, as it weighs in at just 11.5kg, is ideal to use in combination with a bus or train commute. Each charge of the Airwheel Q5 provides a range of 18-23km, with a maximum speed of 18km per hour. It also features LED atmosphere lights.

Andy Singleton, director at YESSS Electrical said, ‘The Airwheel is an exciting product and we are delighted to be stocking it – this is another example of our determination to change the face of electrical wholesaling by bringing new and innovative products to the market place.’

Spencer Matthews said, ‘The Airwheel is a great gadget that gets me from A to B in no time. I’m really pleased that YESSS Electrical is stocking the Q5 – it’s great for beginners as it’s more stable but still as quick and nimble as other models. I hope to see more and more people out and about riding their Airwheels very soon.’

YESSS, which is also stocking the X3 and Q3 models, is supporting the products with a range of online and social media activity, including the giveaway of two free tickets for a Chelsea club night with Spencer with every purchase, plus competitions to win an Airwheel.

Video footage from Spencer’s visit to YESSS can be viewed at

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