The Scewo BRO wheelchair is unlike any other we’ve seen, full of brilliant design and functionality that can help disabled people in a myriad of ways.
This two-wheeled, self-balancing wheelchair has the ability to lift, lean, tilt and climb, all without breaking a sweat.
Even more impressive, the integrated treads can deploy underneath to tackle stairs, either climbing or descending. It’s a futuristic design that shows the power of innovative engineering.
Controlled through a joystick or the companion app, the wheelchair’s configurability means that disabled people will be able to join their able-bodied friends and family in activities that until recently were out of reach.
The winner of the prestigious Red Dot design award, the Swiss-designed Scewo BRO is understandably expensive, at over $40,000. However, for mobility that simply wasn’t possible or easy before, it seems priceless.
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