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Switzerland will release the wheelchair with new features

В Швейцарии выпустят инвалидную коляску с новыми возможностямиFor several years designers have been developing various options of the wheelchair, able to move up the stairs and down.

Recently, a team of young engineers from Zurich have presented a new modular system, the original prototype of which was released in 2015 and was called Scalevo.

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Now released a new version of the wheelchair, which is called Scewo. In this chair there are two large wheels for normal driving and rubber tracks for climbing and descending the stairs.

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In addition to the standard motor, the carriage also has the possibility of raising the seat, which is very handy when moving around the town. When moving on ice, snow or fine gravel can be used and track, and wheels. Second generation wheelchairs shows that the developers are trying to make it a commercially available product.

Unfortunately, the stroller will be on the market earliest in the year. Currently, the creators Scewo are raising funds to Refine the next prototype and I want to introduce a commercial version of the stroller until the end of 2018.

В Швейцарии выпустят инвалидную коляску с новыми возможностями
В Швейцарии выпустят инвалидную коляску с новыми возможностями
В Швейцарии выпустят инвалидную коляску с новыми возможностями
В Швейцарии выпустят инвалидную коляску с новыми возможностями

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