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The classic hand-pushed wheelchair/bath chair has evolved into electric wheelchairs. They work similarly to manual wheelchairs, giving users movement over a variety of surfaces and slope levels, but they are self-propelled, with a motor doing the heavy lifting.
They differ from manual wheelchairs in that they have a systems platform under the seat in addition to the fact that the chair is motorized.
This platform, which is normally protected by a plastic casing, holds up the motor and its power supply (typically a battery array). The wheelchair’s motor, seat, and crucial control panel are all connected to the power pack via a wiring system.
The majority of the chair’s features may be controlled by the user via these controls, which are often found on one of the armrests. These include the seat’s elevation and tilt, the motor power used to change the vehicle’s speed, the ability to drive in any direction by using a joystick, and system diagnostics.
The UK Electric Wheelchair Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
With the release of its new Model C, a personal electric vehicle, WHILL is poised to transform the UK market for electronic intelligent personal mobility.
This vehicle will not only transform and push the limits of the stale wheelchair and scooter experience, but it will also alter the culture and mindset of personal mobility.
The WHILL Model C is a far cry from the practical wheelchairs that users are accustomed to and has a sleek, stylish, basic, modern appearance.
The Model C features revolutionary front omni-wheels to create a substantially shorter turning radius, letting users to enter the narrowest of locations.
The functionality and maneuverability are unmatched. Two powerful motors and a joystick for precise inside maneuverability are among the advanced driving capabilities.
Outside, a grassy surface and rocky terrain may also be easily navigated. Available in white, grey, black, navy blue, gold, and red, among other six colorways. The WHILL Model C can be modified to fit the personality and preferences of the user.
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