Whill Type-A Motorized Wheelchair To Make Disabled People Live More Independently

WHILL Type-A Motorized Wheelchair will be launched in the US, early next year, it is created by keeping real hundreds of mobility device users in mind. Apparently, Japan’s big manufacturer has taken a big step to answer their needs. This wheelchair helps disabled people to become more independent, unlike other mobility devices that keeps a user to sit in an inactive posture, this wheelchair allows you to lean in to the product, just like riding a bike. The controller is simple and intuitive, user you can maneuver the wheelchair using a single hand, just like a joystick.

The innovative all-around wheel technology works really well with different type of surfaces while at the same time allows for a small turning radius, thus, making this wheel excellent for both mobility and maneuverability.

Update: Whill has received FDA clearance for a new model! This means they can now reach out to millions of wheelchair users who have been waiting for a tech and design breakthrough in the industry.

From : Whill

Whill Type-A Motorized Wheelchair

Whill Type-A Motorized Wheelchair

WHILL Type-A Motorized Wheelchair can rotate on the spot, the wheels are big enough that user won’t have to deal with stuck in a crack. It utilizes left and right motors at different times to get optimum maneuverability and mobility, it can achieve high power and torque and can handle grass, dirt or gravel roads, and snow.

This wheelchair features 3 modes: high-profile mode that allows you to have active “lean-in” position, low-profile mode is table-friendly, giving you a seating position close to a table, and the last one is off-mode, giving you the comfort and convenience when you want to relax.

Whill Type-A Motorized Wheelchair

Whill Type-A Motorized Wheelchair

Whill Type-A Motorized Wheelchair

Whill Type-A Motorized Wheelchair

Whill Type-A Motorized Wheelchair


2 thoughts on “Whill Type-A Motorized Wheelchair To Make Disabled People Live More Independently

  1. Is this w/c available for purchase yet? I would love to try it out. The MS is getting exponentially worse, day by day, and I will need a chair soon.

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