15 Personal Mobility Vehicles for Almost Any Occasion

15 Personal Mobility Vehicles for Almost Any Occasion

– [Glen] Personal mobility
vehicles have many ways of making life more
comfortable and fun for people that have disabilities. From water sports, to
touring the country in style. There are options for almost any occasion. This is Glen and today we’re bringing you 15 personal mobility options,
making life enjoyable. – [Narrator] Number 15 – [Glen] Since 2013, the
Ziesel, manufactured in Austria, has been hand crafted and made to order. The twin rubber track system
vehicle is all terrain, on and off road, and
they even offer a model for working professionals. This green way to explore
nature has lithium-ion motors, no emissions, or noise,
variable driving modes, and intelligent onboard system,
a double wishbone suspension, and intuitive joystick steering. – Number 14 – The EZ Lite Cruiser Deluxe model DX12 is a well designed and
comfortable electric wheelchair that will support riders up to 305 pounds. The DX12 is equipped with
12 inch rear wheels and seven and a half inch front wheels. And it will literally
unfold in one second with the fastest folding and
unfolding action ever. For maximum comfort, the
back support reclines into five positions and each
chair includes either one, 10 amp hour battery that
can be used for air travel, or one 15 amp hour battery that cannot. – Number 13 – The Ogo Evolution 1, is
a two wheel, self balancing mobility wheelchair that will fit through standard doorways, and can go most places. This has an optional off-road kit that can be used in soft
sand, uneven terrain, gravel, and can gauge inclines while staying level in your seat. You can use this is
either joystick mode or active seat control mode. With joystick mode, you use the joystick to move left and right, and shifting your body
weight forward and back, controls forward and backward movements. With active seat control
mode, the seat is unlocked and you control the direction by shifting your weight
to the left or right. With the forward and back movement being the same as joystick mode. – Number 12 – The Beach Bomber, by Boxwheelchairs, is built specifically for the
beach and trail lifestyle. Using a combination of massive inflatable creeper front
wheels, and five inch wide beach tires. Once used in an episode of NCIS, these come with a box beach bomber frame that is custom built to the user. – Number 11 – The Swaik, is a full flex system for sit down wakeboarding. Invented by Tessier. Developed for beginners as well as for the best freestylers, this innovative and
light sit wakeboard frame fits on most of the boards on the market, thanks to adjustable attachment plates. The seven point two pound frame is compact and made of 100 percent high resistant anodized aluminum. Wake seats come in seven
sizes, six for adults, and one for children, have a back rest or no back rest, and holes to evacuate the water. These have two versions, either white gel coat, which is a fiberglass with
carbon reinforcements, or full carbon, which
is lighter and stiffer. – Number 10 – The Next Generation
Firefly, by Rio Mobility, has been upgraded to
include thumb throttles, cruise control, and a
removable modular frame, that comes apart without tools. It attaches to your wheelchair in seconds, with a two point attachment
to the chair frame. This has separate forward
and reverse thumb throttles, a 350 wide brushless
motor, disc and V brakes, and removable lithium battery. Weighing 24 pounds,
this has a top speed of 12 miles per hour. A range of 15 miles and and a combined weight
capacity of 280 pounds. – Number 9 – Designed with everyone
in mind, the Mobi Chair, is convenient, portable, and comfortable. It provides natural movement through sand and other rough surfaces, while the rubber inflatable tires absorb the shock and discomfort caused by rough terrain. The armrests with integrated handles provide added stability, and the wheels are comprised
of flotation materials that enable balance while
floating in the water. The fabric is UV
resistant, water resistant, non-allergenic and
ventilated for quick drying. This can easily fit into any vehicle and is quickly assembled or disassembled without tools using the quick
release pins and joints. – Number 8 – The M1SE, is more than
just another vehicle, it is leading the way for
accessible transportation for everyone. This universally accessible vehicle carries passengers comfortably and even has an extra wide entry for the largest of power chairs. This has a single stage manual ramp that deploys quickly and easily. A four wheel anti lock breaking system, a traction control system, electronic stability control, and a self leveling suspension system. The MV 1 has passed
stringent safety testing by the Federal Government and comes off the assembly line ready for wheelchair access. – Number 7 – The Canyon Star 3911, Class A Motorhome, is manufactured by Newmar, and is part of their mobility lineup. This comes equipped with a
brawn ability wheelchair lift, and has extra wide isles, a rolling shower, L-shaped dinette, and a Sleep Number Deluxe
mattress with power incline. The brawn ability power wheelchair lift features dual hand rails and an integrated back up pump. This has a 30 inch wide
path from front to back, a dinette with wheelchair seating, and both height adjusted
switches and appliances. – Number 6 – The Whill Personal
EV Model M, is compact, easily maneuverable in small spaces, is the size of a manual chair and fits easily into most homes without requiring any modifications. The omni wheels can climb
over 3 inch obstacles and drive over rough
uneven surfaces with ease, and electro magnetic
brakes help you to stop on an incline or while transferring. The Model M, has 24
independent rollers allowing it to move in any direction. It gets a top speed of five
point five miles per hour, it has a range of up to 15 miles. – Number 5 – Daniel Barels objective was to make life more comfortable for
people who use wheelchairs. The energy required to propel a wheelchair over curbs and uneven surfaces took a tremendous toll on
one of Barel’s friends. The result is Softwheel,
a company based in Israel, that uses in-wheel suspension technology that help wheelchair users
absorb shock and vibration when the wheelchair run into an obstacle or goes over bumpy terrain. It’s patented system
keeps it’s suspension arm strong and rigid like spokes, but mechanically
compressed to absorb shock, then after impact, the suspension arms
absorb most of the shock. – Number 4 – A Czech Republic based family business, Elbee Mobility, owned by Ladislav Brazdil and his partner, hoped to design and sell their own products. He then produced the Elbee, an urban micro car entirely designed for drivers with disabilities. The rider can get into the car by backing up the wheelchair on a ramp, on the front of the vehicle. Fasten the wheelchair to the ramp, then the car will pull
you in and shut the door. The car weighs just 900 pounds, it’s made of aluminum, and has a composite monocoat frame with a top speed of 50 miles per hour. And, it can be parked facing the sidewalk for a safe exit from the vehicle. – Number 3 – The Titan 4 Electric Mobility Scooter, by Tzora Titan, is newly designed, portable and foldable, goes indoors, and outdoors, and it’s ergonomic. This can be used on
steep hills and inclines, weighs 180 pounds, has large tires, a one and a half foot
wide memory foam seat, it comes with two, 26 amp
hour Titan battery packs, that are located over the back wheels. The four wheel scooter
has a weight capacity of 300 pounds, battery
range up to 15.5 miles, a top speed of six point
eight miles per hour, and there are no pins, wires,
or latches to contend with. – Number 2 – Surfer and Hawaii native, Kawika Watt and his partner, James Rouse, designed Onit Ability Boards. Permit people with disabilities, to discover independence and enjoyment by participating in water sports. This unique paddleboard system integrates a custom ramp allowing the wheelchair user to roll onto the board un-aided. An all terrain surf
chair, a stand up board, and a secure locking mechanism. Out riggers on either side, lend steadiness on the water surface and once they have mastered the balance, advanced paddlers can remove them. – Number 1 – The independent two wheel
balancing of Scewo Bro, gives you a new level
of driving experience, the big wheels effortlessly
manage paving stones and dirt roads, and this can be operated using a smartphone and control
console with a joystick. The trepensteig function allows you to climb levels of different
material with the use of tracks. Whether you are straight
or on a slight curve, up or down, one push of a button prepares Scewo Bro, to climb stairs. By lifting the chair to the first step the seat is adjustable and you can raise the position to nearly one meter. It balances itself without the help of the upper body and can also drive forward and backwards with a raised seat. And, it even fits into
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  1. Thank you very much you all doing a good job I like it all but what I really like is that beautiful girl on the end I think she said her name is Kaz I think she pray and she seemed really nice well I I better go Merry Christmas and goodbye for now

  2. Great work at all the gadgets shown, thanks for making people aware that there is always hope to improve all things and also helping all kinds of people. Casey* and people alike, is always a winner. Ps. By that i mean kind and loving spirit towards people.

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  4. Loving the new style wheelchairs out there, too bad they cost as much as a car in most cases though. The one I’m using now, the Quickie Salsa M2, would cost me almost £7000 to buy. The Firefly wheelchair attachment is at least £2000. The van I’ve had for almost 10 years, a Sprinter with wheelchair lift at the rear, was about £30,000 at the time. These companies seem to think we disabled are made of money!

  5. A lot of great innovations in this video. I have an idea to improve standard wheelchairs but I don't know where or how to put my idea to use. Maybe I will figure it out someday. And for those who gave this a thumbs down…. get a life losers!

  6. Out frigging standing … Nice job … Good variety … Powered and manual … Love the Segwayish designs … Now if they made a boat with roro (roll on, roll off) access … Maybe a party pontoon with a riverboat style gangway …

  7. Is it politically incorrect to say wheelchair and wheelchair friendly vehicles now so instead it's "PERSONAL MOBILITY VEHICLES FOR ALMOST ANY OCCASION" jeez, very misleading. For wheelchair users though it's very informative.

  8. can someone confirm if there is a mobility vehicle combine with Pallet forks as a cross between
    so local deliverer driver's can ship heavy packages🤔 just curious😃

  9. man the Ziesal would handy on the farm with a trailer and a blade. MED people put a great info program mum loves to watch MED thank you for getting her interested again Glen & Reacher

  10. That moment you in the off road mobility device and it gets stuck or flips and turns over on its side and you’re paralyzed waist down…..

  11. Right at the start "Lithium ion motors". LI ion is battery technology. Perhaps he meant 'rare earth' magnet motors.

  12. Great video! Have you seen the RyanFlyer? It's a wheelchair accessible electric quadricycle that is just hitting the market! You can see it at RyanFlyer.com

  13. Want to know something funny? The Mv-1 has a starting price of 40K, and you need to PAY extra for a basic radio. Even the shittiest and cheapest of the cheapest shittiest cars has a radio as a standard. Not the MV-1.

  14. I don't have to worry. I can't afford a damned one of them so I guess I'll be depending on someone for the rest of my miserable life.

  15. I've never heard of lithium ion motors, I have heard of the batteries. Chemical motors? That's a first.

  16. while am not disabled i love these wheele chairs for those people wonderfull idea many thx to those inventors but please mention the price in your promotions

  17. Would have been nice to have prices or links to each item. Even as a list at the end of the video'

  18. Wow, some of these were really forward thinking and innovative. People with mobility issues are finally receiving alternatives to the old-fashioned wheelchair that's remained unchanged for over a century. Cheers to all the designers who thought up ways to help others! Great video!

  19. GREAT IDEAS!!! But, unfortunately one set back COST!!! These mobility equipment are usually very expensive. Averaging from about £5,000 to about £12,000 ( $7,500 to about $16,000 ) poss MORE!!! 😱. I understand that the companies that design & make these things need to be played &'replace parts amongst other varies overheads. But, shouldn't they be cheaper as not everyone with a mobility disability can afford to buy one of these.

  20. At 1:00, The DC-12 is by far the most realistic mobility chair out there for most of us. The problem with the most needed chair is that here in the USA can’t get it under Medicare or Medicaid. They refuse to approve them, and insist instead on supplying power chairs that are 200+ pounds, and twice the price!
    At 62 lbs., I can manage to get the lighter DX-12 into the back of my small SUV, but that’s not possible with the tanks approved by Medicare.
    So much for Medicare working for the people, eh?

  21. I'm surprised you dont list range on most of these. These are really cool designs, but if they have limited range….

  22. 大きすぎて日常的に使えない。

  23. I urge all viewers to unsubscribe from this channel in protest! They refuse to list the price or price range and links do not work! Break the channel folks!

  24. lot of really neat stuff but i get the feeling i'd have to win the lottery before i could afford any of em.. especially the SUV or the RV…

  25. Proving that if you have enough money, you can do anything in spite of disability. Meanwhile, the disabled poor still can't get their walks scooped, let alone in time to get to the doctor.

  26. Q triste yo no puedo comprar ni una andadera q necesito urgente x q soy discapacitada y ellos con esas bellezas q cruel😟😟😔

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