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Device That Will Replace Wheelchairs for Paraplegics (42 pics)

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Amazing device that was invented in Turkey. It can replace wheelchairs for a lot of people in the near future.

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№1 Author: Slugsie (28 Mar 2012 02:06) Total user comments: 1520


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I kinda like the idea in principle, but I think the execution needs some work. It would seem to me to make more sense to have the mechanism behind the person rather than in front - less of a barrier between the operator and someone they're talking to. Also, I wonder how stable that thing is. Looks like it might be top heavy which is inherently unstable.
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№2 Author: nitrosity (28 Mar 2012 03:09) Total user comments: 42


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youre a doosh slugsie
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№3 Author: Jimmy Johnson (28 Mar 2012 03:36) Total user comments: 5518


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As long as it doesn't tip over.
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№4 Author: kryptor (28 Mar 2012 03:48) Total user comments: 4510


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I agree, at least partially, w/ Slugsie, . I think it should be like a normal,
sit down, mobility scooter w/the ability to allow a person to stand when needed.
However, this particular design would allow a user to back into a stall and sit on
a toilet fairly easily.
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№5 Author: Vonkara (28 Mar 2012 03:51) Total user comments: 163


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I can't wait to see the wheelchair population (people over 340 pounds) using that neat device!!
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№6 Author: Grunt Callahan (28 Mar 2012 04:03) Total user comments: 2284


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Looks like a pretty good idea, I'm assuming he has to sit down to take a piss though.
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№7 Author: adzhoe (28 Mar 2012 04:27) Total user comments: 14959


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Saw this with a video,quite promising. The video explains a lot.
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№8 Author: raymond.wendt (28 Mar 2012 06:18) Total user comments: 9115


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Slugsie,
i thought the same thing. it also doesn't look like it's able to traverse terrain which is even the slightest bit difficult, due to the low ground clearance and the small wheels.

aside from that, it's a great concept.
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№9 Author: boink (28 Mar 2012 07:11) Total user comments: 1184


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Slugsie,

you're right. And don't forget the fact, that it runs with battery only. There's no pushing the wheels once the energy's gone.
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№10 Author: deepacidcow (28 Mar 2012 10:26) Total user comments: 1283


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13 The world is not fckin smoothly flat as you think 10
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№11 Author: micliapu (28 Mar 2012 10:30) Total user comments: 2977


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№12 Author: streetlife (28 Mar 2012 11:21) Total user comments: 77


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sex? what of stairs?
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№13 Author: Gyselinck (28 Mar 2012 11:51) Total user comments: 3133


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Good idea but how it is in the street... when you have a sidewalk to climb. With a wheelchair it's possible because the wheel are big... but here i'm not sure !!
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№14 Author: GrinningRat (28 Mar 2012 12:13) Total user comments: 244


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Well, I actualy use a wheelchair, and no Vonkara, I am NOT overweight and I'd love this device. You guys really believe it's easy to use a wheelchair on the streets, on your own? This would give me so much more freedom! But again and as allways... Only for the rich. 17
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№15 Author: fairmania (28 Mar 2012 14:17) Total user comments: 1436


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Whatever our feelings about the execution of the idea, it is how the users themselves adapt to it that is the key.

GrinningRat has this need, and sees the benefits straight away. I feel it looks top heavy, and limited for uneven terain, but we can't see those other advantages as clearly.

We have a member here who can immediately see a plus in this design. It is for him and the future users of this amazing machine to direct the design.
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№16 Author: mee (28 Mar 2012 14:39) Total user comments: 374


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This one seems to do more..

http://www.socialsecurityinsid
er.com/2008/06/video-dean-kame
ns-ibot-wheelchair-power-chair
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№17 Author: salsapopo (28 Mar 2012 15:41) Total user comments: 12723


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woow 04
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№18 Author: Lu (28 Mar 2012 18:53) Total user comments: 15082


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Good idea for a 'shopping only' cart. Useless outdoors on uneven ground. Top heavy.
You need a truck to transport it . . . and plenty money to boot.
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№19 Author: kryptor (28 Mar 2012 21:45) Total user comments: 4510


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mee, excellent link, thank you and Ur right, it does appear to be a better design
the costs however .......
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№20 Author: kaotix (28 Mar 2012 23:13) Total user comments: 5


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Is it just me or does the logo say 'FUCK' ?
Interesting idea, wouldn't suite all types of handicapped people though but it seems to help this guy out so it's not a bad thing.
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№21 Author: nomorespam (28 Mar 2012 23:27) Total user comments: 192


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hmm.. how heavy it is? when person with it wants to sit to the car to drive with it and have to take this device with him to the car.
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№22 Author: Nsibai (28 Mar 2012 23:38) Total user comments: 5694


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№23 Author: Louie (29 Mar 2012 00:23) Total user comments: 8189


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nice
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№24 Author: pash.maloo (1 Apr 2012 03:45) Total user comments: 1713


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fab concept ---
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