Add: ZhangJiaDi Village, WangQingTuo Town, WuQing District, TianJin, China
General manager: Miss.Carry
Sometimes we will see some elderly people, disabled people driving electric wheelchairs on the street, and the road is good. When I meet the road, I will squeeze the sweat for them, let alone go up and down the stairs. The development of science and technology is to solve the problem. Recently, a self-balancing wheelchair that can climb stairs has attracted everyone's attention.
The self-balancing wheelchair, called Scewo, uses self-balancing technology to drive like an electric wheelchair and up and down stairs. Its secret weapon is two tank tracks, rubber material, good anti-skid performance, rain, snow, smooth surface can be used.
Scewo self-balancing wheelchairs offer users three different driving modes depending on the terrain. In the "safe" mode, the wheelchair remains stationary, mainly for the user to go up and down; in the "raised" mode, the small wheel will be supported,
allowing the user to keep a head-up or reach out to other standing companions; "track" The mode increases friction and drives safely on a smooth surface for snow, gravel and slopes.
The Scewo self-balancing wheelchair has a very user-friendly design. The track of the wheelchair can be rotated with the slope to ensure that the user in the wheelchair maintains a level and prevents leaning or leaning back when climbing the stairs, causing discomfort or even danger. According to the designer, the speed at which Scewo climbs the stairs is basically one second. When the wheelchair climbs the stairs, the user can control the movement of the wheelchair by manipulating the adjustment lever and changing his center of gravity.
It is said that Scewo will achieve mass production by the end of 2018. What do you think about this very powerful self-balancing wheelchair?