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The Worlds Most Advanced Wheelchair! - (It Climbs Stairs!?!)

  • Published on Jul 12, 2022 veröffentlicht
  • Its been awhile since real innovation has happened in the wheelchair space. Scewo is here to change that with the worlds most advanced self balancing stair climbing wheelchair. www.scewo.com/en/ This high tech wheelchair has been on my radar for a few years now - its amazing to finally see it in action. Climbing stairs - going off road... see for yourself! Nice work Scewo! (This video is not sponsored)
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  • 10 ON 10 - Travel & Entertainment

    *This device will be a boon to so many people who need it!*

    • explorehunter
      explorehunter 10 days ago

      @DashN in sha Allah 👍

    • Victor Isaev
      Victor Isaev Month ago

      yeah... I dont think most people can spend the 20 or so grand this thing costs

    • Andreas Ribergaard
      Andreas Ribergaard 2 months ago

      @John Burley i apoligize if you feel offended, and solely believe that my comment was edgy.
      (even kind enough to spell apologiZe grammarly incorrect.)
      allthough, compared to the technology available in America, disconcerning the very steep, and un-justifiable price of everything health-related, i believe that jerrys video will show this to a broader audience, and even drive the company to create solutions for people with a higher weight.
      disregarding everything i said, it is no lie that American struggles with a huge overweight problem, and has done for the past 75 years, so i believe it is a good solution.

    • Andreas Ribergaard
      Andreas Ribergaard 2 months ago

      @Stan Lee i was not aware of this. my comment was based of the international average weight compared to other countries. all though i think it's great, i would argue that Jerry chose to promote this product because of its abilities, US made or not. but again, the whole point is to make equipment for disabled people more affordable. as Jerry mentions in his video, the technology for this stuff tends to be pretty old and expensive, although considering how many people would benefit with these inventions.
      like electric cars, the average price is still very high compared to other options, but i am a firm belivever, that it is something that is going to change in the very near future.

    • Paul Ohlstein
      Paul Ohlstein 2 months ago

      @InfiniteDarkMass It costs more than a car because it is custom designed and made in small quantities. Fortunately, the vast majority of the population did not have the bad luck to need it.

  • John Blake
    John Blake 4 months ago +565

    I can understand Cambry's fear in going up and down stairs in that vehicle. If something goes wrong she doesn't have her legs to help her so it really takes courage to do that!

    • Sharon Hobbs
      Sharon Hobbs 17 days ago

      @frollard normal life is a poor concept. A freer life is a slightly better one.

    • Agentwc1945
      Agentwc1945 2 months ago

      Nicely observed

    • frollard
      frollard 2 months ago +3

      I really like how the wheels and tracks are hard geared to the motor - if that thing lost complete power control, it would either enter motor braking (through a relay shorting the brushless motors) or freewheeling, which because of the gear ratio probably being quite high + likely a mechanical overspeed clutch...absolute worst case is it descends the stairs during a catastrophic electronic failure. Brilliant design and I really hope they can scale up and sell bajillions of them to (re)enable normal life for so many people.

    • Anne Harrison
      Anne Harrison 3 months ago +6

      Yeah, I feel like using it independently would be very difficult, both for that reason and getting it in and out of a vehicle.

    • shangrila50019
      shangrila50019 3 months ago +13

      That was my thought too. There was no way for her to use the lower portion of her body to brace for impact or possibly stop the fall so I completely understand how nerve-wracking that could be.

  • Immanuel
    Immanuel 2 months ago +245

    She: "I can feel the wind in my hair "
    He: "I wish I could say the same"
    That was spot on!

    • SnensMimJens
      SnensMimJens Month ago +5

      it took me like 5 seconds till i got it XD

  • jaffar hussain khant

    By seeing her moving up and down the stairs I was so scared it looks scary

  • AuroraRose Andromeda
    AuroraRose Andromeda 7 days ago +7

    As a wheelchair user my whole life 48yrs. Seeing this chair is amazing!! I have a powerchair that lifts the seat up 12 inches and more, but does not do steps. It can't do off road to dirt terrain as it gets stuck often. I've had more issues than I care to mention with it too. The chair I have is limited to no snow or water, because it sits so low to the ground. I do hope this powerchair you showed the Scewo becomes available and insurance approves. My chair was crazy quoted at 52K yes 52K, I had to fight insurance to approve for it. I hope that isn't the case for when I need a new power-chair. I loved this video, and how well it is balanced. What is the battery life for this type of chair with all those mechanisms to get it up and down stairs and more?

  • Alex G
    Alex G 4 months ago +2309

    My daughter is severely disabled, but she can drive an electric wheelchair. Seeing these type of things gives me so much hope. Also, my respect for Zack increased 10 times more for taking care of his wife.

    • Lia Upchurch
      Lia Upchurch 16 days ago +1

      Only concern is the weight!!! Elevator max capacity or car balance etc

    • Stanley Stove
      Stanley Stove 19 days ago

      @Alex G good God that is horrible. May God have mercy on your soul

    • Spooky
      Spooky 2 months ago

      @Ja3n Namdev same here

    • Lu’luah
      Lu’luah 4 months ago

      @Adds wth? I won’t start otherwise I will write an essay on the stupidity and corruption of this pathetic world we live in

    • Garnett Fair
      Garnett Fair 4 months ago


  • Eddah Kamau
    Eddah Kamau 3 days ago

    Wow! Advancement in technology.

  • Andrew
    Andrew 2 months ago +16

    Manual chair user myself for 30 years now. I know the exact feeling behind Cambry's expression on the stairs. A combination 'this is so cool' and utter terror. Interesting device though I definitely got X-Men vibes.

  • Tejas Anand Srivastava
    Tejas Anand Srivastava 2 months ago +34

    I'll literally had my heart in my mouth the whole time she was on the stairs. Cambry is one courageous woman.

  • jessiejones907
    jessiejones907 5 days ago +2

    As a C5C6 Quad for 22 years (23 this May) I find this chair fascinating. Although my chair does rise, tilt & recline stairs are a no go. I don't think I'd mind going up but after a trip down I'd have to check my shorts because that would be absolutely terrifying. There's just something about the words down and stairs that just doesn't sit right with me (pun intended). That being said I'm glad to see companies focusing on improving the lives of people with disabilities. The feeling of being included is what I'd like to think we all strive for.

  • ThreeTwentyTech
    ThreeTwentyTech 4 months ago +13471

    Having Cambry in his life opened this channel to many disabled people in this world, it’s honestly so heartwarming.

    • Girard
      Girard 6 days ago +1

      @Devin Lutheran He should get a disabled car too, then he would be living the dream.

    • steveosk8s
      steveosk8s 6 days ago

      @James Halliday not to mention it's a bit of a feel good hormone boost seeing them together, they are adorable together and seeing the lengths he goes to for her warms my cold dead heart.

    • Steve R.C.B.
      Steve R.C.B. 2 months ago

      @Elliot Gillum Your not Specially or Differently abled your Elliot abled. Your normal isn't mine nor is mine yours and people should see that and not try to because everyone. Your labeled and labeled from every angle, are you rich or poor, what's your religion, sexuality, male or female, white black or?, Your you for all the good and bad that means, same as me and all others.

    • Bear
      Bear 3 months ago

      Love you guys!

    • shangrila50019
      shangrila50019 3 months ago

      This. This so much. As a disabled person whose disability isn't immediately noticeable, and I don't generally like to discuss it because of people's reactions, it is so nice to see Cambry being open and discussing everything and helping bring more attention to the subject.
      Seeing them live their best life together, starting a family together, working on projects together, etc makes my day. I subbed for the tech durability tests and the teardowns but the videos with Zack and Cambry are by far my favorite!

  • Even R
    Even R 3 days ago

    Does the sensors get unreliable when it is completely dark?

  • Tim Lewis
    Tim Lewis 3 days ago

    Can you imagine going up Heaven's Gate (Tianmen Mountain) on this?

  • Jerry Rupe
    Jerry Rupe 2 months ago +13

    You know what it feels like to us? It brings pure joy to our hearts seeing you able to have this mobility, thank you for sharing, God bless.

  • Lazarus
    Lazarus 2 months ago +14

    I couldn't imagine being in that chair while its going down the stairs lol. Respect on that!

  • Lindsey Provost
    Lindsey Provost 4 months ago +718

    As a disabled woman and my whole life in a wheelchair with Cerebral Palsy… These vibes are so empowering.
    I’m 25 and I am so proud of you, Cam!🤩🥹🥹🥹❤️ Fellow big dreamer right here!

    • Paul Hamilton
      Paul Hamilton 2 months ago

      Have u got proof

    • Milo
      Milo 4 months ago

      @chilpeeps Go ask the Japanese, The computer is huge, it needs to control all of the servos, not to mention the battery, and the control wire interface looks like a wiring loom for the space shuttle.

    • chilpeeps
      chilpeeps 4 months ago

      Instead of wheel chair cant we focused on a exoskeleton that could provide support and enable people to walk and run once again.

    • TheBawzRittenHouse
      TheBawzRittenHouse 4 months ago

      I Hope you get this chair somehow!!

    • Lindsey Provost
      Lindsey Provost 4 months ago

      As a creator myself, Sending love from Canada! YOU are amazing Cam!!!!! You got this, my girl! :)

  • Terra Incognita
    Terra Incognita 15 days ago +3

    Thanks to you two for giving us these videos full of joy, hope and a bit of technology and geekery, which the nerd in me definitely appreciates! I wish you both a happy Holiday season!

  • Mour
    Mour 4 months ago +6

    The balancing game is well done...definitely comparable to the Segway. Going down the stairs seemed a bit uncomfortable. I do like the tentacles ideas of Spider like mechanics as a fail safe when going downstairs. I wonder how long the treads for the stair climbing wheels actually last sine they will experience more friction than most wheels.

  • Shubhanshu sharma
    Shubhanshu sharma 7 days ago +1

    I love how he loves her. ❤️

  • Jim Morrison
    Jim Morrison 3 months ago +13

    Wow Cambry! You are a seriously brave young lady going up and down those stairs! I think I was way more nervous than you were and was safely watching on my TV! I just found this channel and I'm absolutely enjoying the videos. What an awesome team you are and compliment each other wonderfully. Wishing you both the best of life and love together.😊 Gotta go now...Have a couple hundred of the channel's videos to watch!😀

  • Jamie Bond
    Jamie Bond 4 months ago +919

    I really love how Zach uses his platform to raise awareness of the difficulties disable people face and how he and Cambry explore and test products and ideas to make the world accessible to everyone regardless of physical ability. Hats off to them both!

  • Dave_B001
    Dave_B001 Month ago

    Love these videos as it shows how the world of tech is evolving in a way to help people. Keep up the great work.

  • Claire
    Claire 4 months ago +1

    this is so exciting! tech is expanding in so many different directions and it's going to be nice to see more and more options become available to people who need them :)

  • Bob Rose
    Bob Rose 4 months ago +3

    I guessed 30k - that's English pounds! A wonderful piece of kit, and if it were a car you wouldn't hesitate - so do it! Seriously, though this is some serious engineering and respect to the developers and design team. Issues to look at are tolerance to cross slopes, but other than that amazing! Great video .

    S&BDIARIES 2 months ago +3

    Wow this invention isrevolutionary and changed the way forward for so many disabled people.
    Congratulations to the creator.
    Thanks for sharing and a brave lady for trying it out.
    Greetings from England 🇬🇧 Simon and Beth 🙋👍💯❤️

  • ScubaAnt72
    ScubaAnt72 4 months ago +485

    As an engineer I think this is one of the most innovative and impressive designs I have seen in a long time. It looks amazingly well thought-out out and extremely well built. In terms of technology it's the Tesla of wheelchairs. Hats off to the design team & company making them.

    • Karl W
      Karl W Month ago

      @John West he's just loudly saying "i'm an asshole" and is saying it to the entire world

    • DoubleW
      DoubleW 4 months ago

      Nice, I have a question for You, as a person educated in different field.
      It is really nice device without any doubt, but I dissagre about it's design. It looks like futuristic version of (still) medical device - similar to artifical kidney. It is ovoid, rather bright and seems, a little bit cheap.
      Why almost all of machines used for helping people, have that, particular design. Far behind new, sleek tech.
      I'm simply thinking for something like, making wheels similar to 3 Wheeler, painting all of the device in matte colour (here it is), removing space, blue lighting and finally deciding between rough and ovoid (e.g. difference between back and front of this particular device).
      I wish, taste isn't an answer. I'll happily hear an(y) answer

    • ScubaAnt72
      ScubaAnt72 4 months ago

      @freedblowfish I hear what you're saying - I was thinking more about the 'autonomous' aspects and software control in a Tesla. IMO compared to anything else on the market at the time were a fairly huge leap forward overall (even if the panel gaps etc are wonky!) I was looking at it mostly from a Software/Electronics Engineering point-of-view because that's what I do for a job.

    • freedblowfish
      freedblowfish 4 months ago

      Idk, teslas pretty shit build quality and id hate to see extendo mode and stair mode become an annual subscription

    • Tim Hallas
      Tim Hallas 4 months ago

      This sort of machine would be nearly impossible to operate without modern digital numeric controls and processors. Like the newest military jets, fly by wire technology... without it, those jets couldn't make a single maneuver without compromising stability.

  • Fay Anne Aura Arts
    Fay Anne Aura Arts 4 months ago +2

    Something I'm hoping to see in the future is chairs with robot legs. They would walk everywhere, and stairs would be just like walking.

  • Ben Franklin a Sulcata Tortoise

    What an awesome chair! It's about time wheelchairs caught up with the times. We need more companies to start making them. I think that would get the creative juices flowing to come up with so many new features. Great video! ❤️

  • Pluto
    Pluto 3 months ago +1

    WOW this is awesome! I wish there could be financing for these chairs for paraplegic wheelchair users. As an ambulatory wheelchair user I wouldn’t really need this myself, but for those who use it daily or perhaps on rent for those visiting inaccessible tourist spots this would be perfect. I appreciate you pointing out that roombas are given more technological consideration than disabled people get. It’s infuriating; but this is refreshing to see as some folks are taking us into consideration.

  • Tim Sparks
    Tim Sparks 4 months ago +4

    It's so great to see such innovation. I wish Elon would apply his energy to challenges like this for 1-2 years.

    • Paul Ohlstein
      Paul Ohlstein 2 months ago

      This tech is clearly more useful than going to Mars.

  • Jed Davis
    Jed Davis 4 months ago +540

    As an engineer I can appreciate the technology behind this chair, but I was fascinated by the joy on her face. It was pleasant to behold. Let's hope this becomes more accessible for those in our society who are limited in their physical scope. Thanks for the video.

    • turokforever007
      turokforever007 4 months ago

      See one like years ago, but it had 4 smaller wheels could do the same things

    • Fran Sword
      Fran Sword 4 months ago +1

      I may need one of these for my bestie that has a brain tumor & 4 more cancer in 4 more places!! How much does one of these cost?? So I can't see if she qualifies for one when it's needed!! Or does most Insurance co. Pay for it? I'll find out when I can get more info. I'm so glad she (they) took time to demonstrate this for all of us, I'm 65!!!

    • jewelleryaddict
      jewelleryaddict 4 months ago

      @pattygq gold? platinum! maybe need take down couple catalytic converters to make one chair?

    • pattygq
      pattygq 4 months ago

      What the hell kind of material are the gears in this thing made of?

    • jewelleryaddict
      jewelleryaddict 4 months ago +1

      Well technology is great if accessable to everyone, this will not be. Just something to look at in a magazine and wish! Be way in future, what 20 yeats before real people will ALL have the same access to it not just the wealthy.

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  • BerserkeR
    BerserkeR 4 months ago

    Thanks for filming these adventures and trying out different things, I enjoyed every single of them 👍

  • Brennan Probasco
    Brennan Probasco 2 months ago +2

    These need to be accessible to everyone. So awesome!

  • E P
    E P 4 months ago

    I'd like to see how it handles an escalator! Maybe with a few extra safety measures just in case!

  • Theodora T.
    Theodora T. 4 months ago +807

    I've always wondered why there hasn't been enough research to make wheelchairs better. This wheelchair is AMAZING. I can't imagine how life changing it feels! I pray in the next years this will be the standard wheelchair!

    • Amzar Nacht
      Amzar Nacht 4 months ago

      @MonkeyJedi99 It's not so much about the insurance companies, and probably everything to do about the insurance companies. Their *SOLE* goal is to suck money out of client pockets and NOT pay anything if at all possible and when they do have to cover something they don't want to pay more than 1/4 what the service provider charges. So they see this $10k mobility 'accessory' (and it would be considered an 'accessory' as opposed to a necessary mobility device like an accessible vehicle) being sold for 40k and just say NOPE! We don't hold the patent to suck up that much money, so our clients do not need it. Here, they can have this 60lb foldable that was manufactured in 1967. Or this hov-r-round with the leaking lead/acid battery from 1995.
      The ability to put this thing in the hands of users comes down entirely to capitalism. Why sell it with a 12% margin when they can sell it for a 300% margin?
      Only slave labor nations like China (and other countries once China has enslaved the last of its population and can't sustain itself anymore) can force the price down because they'll unload counterfeits of this thing for $35k.

    • Bektas Konca
      Bektas Konca 4 months ago

      why would they.....creating death and destruction equipment has more profit, plus a lot more customers on both ends....

    • Δ
      Δ 4 months ago

      @J Son That's a good point. I didn't think about this in the first impression.

    • Chris -0
      Chris -0 4 months ago

      its not a wheelchair, imagine transporting this in someones car..... imagine it breaking down.... its just not sustainable

    • medicine school
      medicine school 4 months ago

      made by xmen fan 😉

  • Bingowashisname O
    Bingowashisname O 4 months ago +1

    That's awesome that there is tech like this. What a wonderful age we live in!

  • John Halter
    John Halter 4 months ago

    Going down them stairs would have been a scary experience the first time. Very brave to drive off a cliff like that. I wonder what winter snow and ice on steps would do to the system.

  • Autumn Breeze
    Autumn Breeze 3 months ago +1

    This is so amazing! I wish my grandma with MS could've had a chair like this for the past 25 years

  • gabuBot
    gabuBot 2 months ago +1

    and as a person who uses a wheelchair, this is freaking amazing! I hope to see this in the market soon

  • Itsso Aztek
    Itsso Aztek 4 months ago

    One of the best videos I have ever seen on YT. To be honest, at the speed robotics technology is advancing nowadays we'll probably soon be able to design wheelchairs that are even better at climbing stairs then the Scewo.

  • Dr Betty Schueler
    Dr Betty Schueler 4 months ago +1

    I was in a wheelchair, for a few months, and it was terribly limiting. I had to have someone around to help me all the time. I could see where this wheelchair could give a person so much more freedom of movement plus it looks comfortable, which my wheelchair wasn't.

  • Robert goss
    Robert goss 2 months ago +3

    Going down the stairs seems scary, but this could be a game changer.

  • xeno
    xeno 4 months ago +7

    The company /person who came up with this is a hero!
    Aw. Look at you guys. You can see how in love you are.

  • TheJjcczz
    TheJjcczz 4 months ago +622

    That’s crazy how much they were able to improve the wheelchair, which is harder than you’d think. Since it has to be comfortable, safe, and easy to use for the owner. There’s a lot to consider when trying to make something like this and it seems like they’ve really thought everything through

    • ManicQuinn
      ManicQuinn 4 months ago

      @Blank I disagree, comment was about how well thought out it is, but they did not consider the price in relation to the demographic. It's supposed to be "accessible equipment", but never will be with that price tag.

    • InitialArtiist
      InitialArtiist 4 months ago

      @Ravenman I can’t stop thinking it would eventually or maybe on first try crack the wood. Or even tear it up lol

    • Blank
      Blank 4 months ago +2

      @Craig Jukes still not the point of his comment. Of course its gonna cost a lot I've never even seen anything like it. Not to mention he says they dont even sell them where he lives

    • Craig Jukes
      Craig Jukes 4 months ago +1

      @xingbairong I'm actually referring to this contraption....which is supposed to help people, but at the same time..will bankrupt them? It is a totally perfect product...with a £40K price tag, which...I don't know about you, i don't know many disabled people *which I work with by the way* who have thousands to afford it. Think about it. He's "testing" and keeping. Guaranteed.

    • Voyajer
      Voyajer 4 months ago +2

      @Craig Jukes Deranged moment

  • Joseph Digiorgio
    Joseph Digiorgio 6 days ago +1

    Would be fantastic if they could make a four or six wheel model for quads. I'd be very concerned that my lack of core control would mean I'm constantly moving like I'm on a boat in the middle of the sea(Glad to see I'm not the only one). Does this have any tilt recline PCM function? Didn't see that mentioned. The price is pretty competitive with the average cost of a power wheelchair being between $20,000 and $30,000 after options. This seems to be more for people with limited mobility than paralysis but definitely has some very good technology that hopefully will translate to other DME

  • Tim Nafziger
    Tim Nafziger 3 months ago +1

    This has GOT to be a game-changer for people in chairs...WOW! Thank you for showing us this!!!

  • Jeff Rosen
    Jeff Rosen 4 months ago

    That is amazing! I don't blame her for being nervous. I hope they get those out so more people can get the freedom this offers

  • Jack
    Jack 2 months ago +1

    Great video. You guys are great. It's kind of amazing that it's 2022 and they just recently have a wheelchair that can climb stairs. Perhaps it was something that was never in high demand?

  • arcana
    arcana 4 months ago +346

    “I can feel the wind in my hair”
    “I wish I could feel the same”
    That literally made me burst out laughing

    • John Me
      John Me 4 months ago

      dude, I got it now.

    • arcana
      arcana 4 months ago +2

      @JSL close enough

    • JSL
      JSL 4 months ago +2

      Wish I could say the same*
      Source: 5:13

  • Xand
    Xand 4 months ago

    This is amazing, opening up so much more independence for people 😍
    The price is very unfortunate though, hopefully one day soon it can get to can affordable price.

  • Pencil Dream Magic Digital Art Creator

    This is so very exciting but nerve racking when Cambry was going down the stairs! My heart was pounding so much. Can’t imagine how she was feeling while doing it! She is pretty courageous! Hoping the price will go down so many people have the possibility to use it and make their life easier.

    ABCAD 3 months ago

    It’s so cool to watch going up and down the stairs. Many thanks to people who designed it. Love the skeebo. I hope it the price lower to be affordable to buy.

  • Scottys Glass 101
    Scottys Glass 101 6 days ago

    Maybe Elon will buy me one.

  • Jake Vaflor
    Jake Vaflor 4 months ago +305

    THIS... is the future of wheelchair mobility! With a reach height of one Zach tall, ability to climb/descend stairs, and a top speed of 6mph, this has to be one of the coolest innovations I've seen in a while. Super excited for Cambry and all those disabled individuals with limited mobility once this thing goes on sale!

    • Scewo
      Scewo 4 months ago +2

      Thanks 😍

    • Bigul Siwach
      Bigul Siwach 4 months ago +2

      @æugh me

    • æugh
      æugh 4 months ago +4

      Anyone else read this in Doug Demuro’s voice?

    • Magnus Smedberg
      Magnus Smedberg 4 months ago +3

      @Peppa Pig 🤣😂🤣😂

    • Peppa Pig
      Peppa Pig 4 months ago +34

      When Americans hate the metric so much that they now measure in Zacks.
      I get the idea though.

  • steambunie
    steambunie 3 months ago +2

    this is amazing, in my uni we have one floor that is wheelchair inaccessible and the chairman of my dept expressed concerned to me over it one time. And while watching this all I could think is holy shit this opens so many avenues

  • Twentyfourvalves
    Twentyfourvalves 2 months ago

    I was holding my breath along with her. I know that there are tracks, but I can't be the only one that was worried about sudden traction loss. Losing traction on stairs as steep as those could be catastrophic. How does it provide safe traction on such a steep incline?

  • Christie Y
    Christie Y Month ago

    Woww Im completely amazed it can climb up and down stairs :00 As a recent wheelchair user, one of my nightmares was falling from a flight of stairs. Hopefully it will be more available in the future and catalyse advancements for accessible equipment^^

  • Eric Graf
    Eric Graf 3 months ago

    Going down the stairs actually does look scary and she's right about testing it on some really big stairs.

  • andria
    andria 4 months ago +578

    I feal like since cambry was introduced, this channel has become a thousand times better!

    • chain 3519
      chain 3519 2 months ago +2

      That chair looks like it probably requires a lot of intricate hand assembly. That alone would double the price over just materials. Then double it again to make enough money to hire new people etc. Stuff adds up quick

    • Sharon Repici
      Sharon Repici 3 months ago

      @Sandy new technology is always expensive. My first computer with a whopping 1MB of memory cost $2400. A typical laptop with 8000 xs the memory is less than $500.
      Prices will come down, but still best to wait for 2nd or 3rd generation product.

    • Sandy
      Sandy 4 months ago +2

      @JerryRigEverything $40,000 for that chair come on now that's a big rip off and you know it and the people who but one I feel sorry for them cause they just wasted $40,000 on something that should be around $2,500 tops

    • Achraf
      Achraf 4 months ago +1

      @JerryRigEverything I don't know how but I still believe that she might be able to stand on her feet someday, you are really a wonderful person and she is too, and I believe that God will reward you for your kindness to each other, God bless you
      "Your fan from Morocco 🇲🇦 "

    • Tuhin Sarkar
      Tuhin Sarkar 4 months ago

      @JerryRigEverything how did her spinal cord injury happen? 18 year old ♀️ getting a injury like that and becoming a paraplegic.. and I wasted my athletic potential for fun parties in college dorms. I feel horrible.

  • Ian Britnell
    Ian Britnell 2 months ago

    The first time I saw Segway, I thought this technology will open so many doors for people limited mobility. It's taken a long long time to develop, but I so pleased to see what's becoming available.... Great video.... Thanks for posting!

  • strokenumber3
    strokenumber3 3 months ago +1

    Yes I'd love one, would definitely make a difference to my life (three major cerebellar strokes in 18 months).Same old problem though, people who need one of these are often unable to make enough money to afford one as they are prohibitively expensive. Some of us who are unable to use a manual wheelchair - upper body paralysis etc - would find a chair like this life changing. Our carers would find life easier too.

  • Phil Iron
    Phil Iron 3 months ago

    Can’t wait for my daughter to have one of these! Breaking the barriers to a real normal life.

  • MisS Trusts NoOne
    MisS Trusts NoOne 4 months ago +1

    This is one incredible wheelchair!! You must make this more affordable for REGULAR people who don't have much money that could really use it..

  • Sean Stone
    Sean Stone 4 months ago +496

    As an intern I worked on the iBot Wheelchair at DEKA R&D. This is Dean Kamen's company, and the technology that the Segway uses to balance, actually came from the iBot project. My main responsibilities as an intern were designing and running destructive tests for various components of the chair as well as "test driving" the chairs. The test driving was through an obstacle course that simulated a day's worth of wear and tear on it. They were looking for (and got) FDA classification as a Class 3 Medical device (same category as a mechanical heart) in order to get insurance to cover a bigger chunk of the cost. I was always so disappointed when J&J pulled out of the project, as these chairs were amazing. They were more compact and more versatile than this one too.

    • Matt
      Matt 4 months ago

      Thanks to the two engineers who have so far posted re: i-bot, interesting.
      Shameful that the market will support its continued use in logistics for profit but will not support its use in improving the quality of people's life. Our system needs to change. Check out: Economic Update Prof Richard Wolff

    • Matt
      Matt 4 months ago

      @Gerry Chen thank you for posting, really interesting.

    • Gerry Chen
      Gerry Chen 4 months ago +4

      I, too, was an intern on the iBot platform. I worked on both stair climbing (iBot had more advanced abilities than publicly acknowledged) and FedEx Roxo autonomous delivery. I think the general consensus amongst employees was that Dean Kamen was dumping a lot of money into iBot knowing that almost certainly it wasn't going to be commercially viable, because he wanted it to help people. Don't think I can get into details about fedex partnership, but I think I can safely say that Dean Kamen & co are very much passionate about pushing medical iBot forward but there's just a lot of factors which make it a really difficult product to be commercially viable.
      Finally for my personal opinion, I think these types of devices aren't going to be commercially viable for a long time (>=1decade). Many robots are only commercially viable because they save companies so much money that their $100k is a drop in the bucket, but that's just not feasible for applications in accessibility and other household robots.
      Of course, opinions are my own and my own personal perceptions of others; they don't represent the company, etc. etc. Just based on observations and coffee break chats.

    • Africa Stripes
      Africa Stripes 4 months ago

      @Neal D Always!!!

    • Paul Morrow
      Paul Morrow 4 months ago +3

      The iBot is still alive and well. DEKA is using it as the base for FedEx’s autonomous delivery bot, Roxo.

  • J P
    J P 4 months ago

    This wheelchair makes me realize how special is a body. It goes up and down a flight of stairs without thinking about it. Hopefully this wheelchair wil be available for those how need it.

  • Si L
    Si L 2 months ago +1

    She was so brave! Coming down looks terrifying. Amazing chair

  • Karl Hawkins
    Karl Hawkins Month ago +1

    So happy for you both; really enjoy your channel - inspired by the Whisper project ( I am learning to weld, design and build my own e-scooter ), have bought the humvee t-shirt and really look forward to your next project videos. Much love and respect 🤘😎

  • Lusty
    Lusty 3 months ago

    I’m someone who use to be exclusively be in a wheelchair (still use it here and there) due to muscular dystrophy, and also have paraplegics, and also working to help paraplegics, this is very cool technology.
    I’m sure this will be heavily improved over the next 10 years! Next it’ll be wheelchairs that turn into legs, which is actually a thing but in a very young state of development and exploration.

  • Azzajay Brah
    Azzajay Brah 4 months ago +460

    Cambry was incredibly brave here. It’s not easy to trust that all those moving parts and sensors will work smoothly on such a large set of stairs. I think Zack being right there gives her that extra bit of courage that she needs. Couple Goals

    • Azzajay Brah
      Azzajay Brah 4 months ago

      @BEHOLD, THE TRUTH Oh definitely! I know for a fact he tried it first, but it’s still brave to try it for yourself for the first time, even though Zack would’ve been like “it’s fine, trust me”. She put all her faith into the chair and into Zack’s opinion, and she gave it a go! She did well.

      BEHOLD, THE TRUTH 4 months ago +2

      Zack tried it first. Ain’t no way my boy put his wife in it first.

    • Ben Troyer
      Ben Troyer 4 months ago

      @gold5th yes and that is a pretty conservative estimate 1/10th of a second to show the obserdity of trying this. In a real senario it will be closer to 5/10ths which would require resistance to reduce the acceleration by a order of magnitude more or less. Meaning still not going to work and if he tries to deflect will probably end up in a wheelchair himself.

    • gold5th
      gold5th 4 months ago +1

      @Ben Troyer Ahh yes, but in theory maybe able to redirect it's energy so it's now sliding down the stairs on it's side or back.. or at the very least cushion the fall so she hits him and he hits the concrete... Also 9.8m/s^2 is without any resistance.. if it starts to slide down rather than tumble it's not going to achieve 9.8m/s^2

    • Ben Troyer
      Ben Troyer 4 months ago +1

      @relese_thebeast72 you don't know alot about physics do you. He can also lift a cannon ball very easily doesn't mean he catch it if you throw it at him at 25m/s. Well a cannon ball weights about 12lbs so 1/25th of your 300lbs lifting strength. Which means the chair has to be moving at 1m/s to require the same force to stop as that cannon ball. G is 9.8m/s^2 which means he has about 1/10th of a second before the force of that chair is more then he can move average reaction time of a human is 2.5/10ths of a second.

  • Harry Nikken
    Harry Nikken 4 months ago

    So wonderful, amazing! These developers deserve a Nobel Price!

  • Lusty
    Lusty 3 months ago

    I’m someone who use to be exclusively be in a wheelchair (still use it here and there) due to muscular dystrophy, and also have paraplegics, and also working to help paraplegics, this is very cool technology.
    I’m sure this will be heavily improved over the next 10 years! Next it’ll be wheelchairs that turn into legs, which is actually a thing but in a very young state of development and exploration.

  • Mike Schulte
    Mike Schulte 3 months ago

    This is the coolest thing ever wow. I not being in a wheelchair would actually like to try the stair climber feature and see how stable it feels that’s the coolest wheelchair ever. Take care!! 🙂

  • Hiren Patel
    Hiren Patel 4 months ago +1

    Wow, so well done! Thanks for posting, man! Very helpful.

  • Lawrence Lee
    Lawrence Lee 4 months ago +198

    For us normal person the $40K sounds a lot and don't get me wrong *IT IS A LOT* but for people like Cambry, the wheel chair just unlocks a brand new world for them. It makes what's impossible possible. A huge thanks to the team at Scewo, you guys really revolutionize how wheel chairs is going to be in the future.

    • Jan Sin Ngor
      Jan Sin Ngor 4 months ago +3

      I concur 40K is a lot of money. I am wondering how it compares to the cost of installing an indoor lift which you might not need anymore.

    • simon stucki
      simon stucki 4 months ago

      it's a swiss company, and I know, that even some "normal" electric wheelchairs in switzerland are around the same price, so for what it can do, it's not out of the ordinary at all. thing is it probably isn't approved by anyone yet and thus no insurance will pay for it and getting it approved will probably increase the price by a lot. although I hope not.

    • Matthew Wiemken
      Matthew Wiemken 4 months ago +4

      Medical prices for medical devices. My friend has an f5 VS that is $65K and does not climb stairs so this chair is a bargain when all things considered:)

    • Abby H
      Abby H 4 months ago +11

      You ignore that the question isn't how much it is, but simply that a lot of disabled people can't afford this.
      People in the comments talking about early adopters like it's pining for the features on the new iPhone.
      Capitalism, fuck.

    • john unsicker
      john unsicker 4 months ago +8

      I know where you are coming from but there so many peoples that most people don't know about. First off, a lot of the people in wheelchair can't work so they are on social security. Limit and a very tight budget as well. So, with that Medicare will only pay of like 80% of a power wheelchair that they feel you need ever 5 years, i think. Meaning the standard models most want to add seat elevation to the chair so they can do things in the kitchen, but they have to pay for that themselves. Then you are going to need a vehicle to carry it. So that another $40 k plus. A new wheelchair van is $80 k these days. It really is a mess when you are disabled. They have tracked wheelchair to go over road in the woods sand mud, but they cost start at about $18k and go up to $40 k if not more and insurance will not cover them. Then you are just making it now how can you afforded to buy a $40k or $18k wheelchair? To build a tracked wheelchair you are looking at like $5 to $7k but the cost to buy one is over $18k. It's great that they can build it but you really got to fix the system so people can actually buy it and use them.

  • Robert Durham Music
    Robert Durham Music 4 months ago

    Thats awesome. Giving a user so much more freedom. Good job Cambry.


    This technology would be so awesome for the patients that I serve. I saw something similar years ago, but it hadn’t advanced this far.
    Now if only it had auto drop arms & a hoyer lift & transfer function that would allow the patient to be elevated, secured & lowered to the left or right for transfer to a bed, shower chair, commode or a lightweight wheelchair which could negotiate a home more easily, it would increase the independence of my patients & as an added benefit; if an individual has a caregiver; it would reduce the stress on them physically & mentally.

  • fernlintner65
    fernlintner65 4 months ago

    Very very good point about the old technology. I have a quadriplegic daughter who loves her little mini horse and has even done some showing, however normal wheelchairs are extraordinarily hard to go through deep arena dirt and I would love love love someone to put a remote control on her power chair. Surely in 2022 that is possible! Love your heart and your channel, wish I was in the economic category to be able to purchase one of these or to be able to pay someone to do it. Love the dream though

  • Noah Galvan
    Noah Galvan 5 days ago

    What's the cost??
    What's the price??
    What's the width??

  • Shun Smith
    Shun Smith 11 days ago

    I would love to get this chair!! I'm on the go all the time. I would definitely be nervous in it!

  • Pamela Penick
    Pamela Penick 4 months ago

    This and a Kenguru car and your wife would be unstoppable...lol. it's amazing how many things have come out for people in wheelchairs. They have ones that go on uneven terrain like and ATV and one that goes on sand. Love all the innovation that are coming up with.

  • Sean Kelly
    Sean Kelly 2 months ago

    Fairplay Cambry that was scary to watch, Love the way you reacted to the anniversary of the injury, indifference and then getting on with the task at hand of living life to the full.

  • Jaz Basic
    Jaz Basic 4 months ago +3

    I'm annoyed. I want to be able to press LIKE button at least 1000 times!
    This really is the
    ("That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.") moment!
    AMAZING ❤❤❤

  • Noxxyy
    Noxxyy 4 months ago +321

    You're nothing short of Amazing, man.
    Elevator/Your garden etc etc
    I been taking care of my handicapped/terminal mother since I was 15 (32 now)
    it's really not easy.
    Hats off to you my dude!

    • Noxxyy
      Noxxyy 4 months ago

      @Kojin Thank you immensely! Respect and Positive Mental Attitude goes a long way!
      Hope you endure a fulfilled life!

    • Noxxyy
      Noxxyy 4 months ago

      @Student Paramedic Rich hahahah and Thank you! you keep smiling as well!!

    • Kojin
      Kojin 4 months ago +12

      Put that hat back on and stand proud my man. To start caring for your parent at 15 requires immense character and sacrifice.
      You have my utmost respect, and nothing but the best wishes for you and yours!

    • Student Paramedic Rich
      Student Paramedic Rich 4 months ago +8

      I read that as terminator mother and was like "huh, that's awesome"
      I take my hat off to you, keep smiling random internet person :)

  • Isabelle Casier
    Isabelle Casier 9 days ago

    This is amazing, wow.
    That piece of techno is ingenious, this means that indeed the most hated obstacle aka stairs, are crushed like a pro.
    Maybe that electric car guy can put some of his tech to improve the battery and distance coverage 😁

  • BlackHeart EV
    BlackHeart EV 4 months ago

    I keep wondering how it would climb icy or wet stairs? Wonderful technology, just not the price.

  • Troy Davis
    Troy Davis 4 days ago +1

    It's great, I love to see it. Here is the problem: most people who could use it can't afford it and insurance companies will not pay for it or any part of it.

  • Kenny C
    Kenny C 4 months ago

    Cambry is so brave, going down the stars with that high center of gravity. You really gotta trust the technology.

  • Péter Kornis
    Péter Kornis 4 months ago +146

    It's totally offtopic for this vid, but seeing the love and support you two have for each other is so nice. It comes so naturally from both of you (I had the same feeling during the home elevator video too). I know it should be default for every couple out there, yet I still see so many disfunctional relationships, that seeing one that is clearly based on respect, support and love is so heartwarming!

    • Gary Holt
      Gary Holt 4 months ago +1

      I noticed that too right away. what a great couple !

    • Anthony Starfield
      Anthony Starfield 4 months ago +2

      Thank you for your note, Peter. You have a gift for writing eloquently! 😀

    • O Maverick
      O Maverick 4 months ago +2

      I agree 100%

    • 12 34
      12 34 4 months ago +1

      So true Peter.

  • Nikhil C Surendran
    Nikhil C Surendran 3 months ago

    One of the coolest thing I have ever seen.
    Happy to see her having fun 😄

  • Jon Parker
    Jon Parker 4 months ago

    This inspires me to do something about the future for motorized wheelchairs. My father has multiple system atrophy and this video caught my eye. Due to him loosing his ability to walk and not function like a normal himan being, he is now disabled and has definitely been a new, sad, fun, and interesting. challenge for our family. As his son and his personal caretaker, I see the challenges that he faces. This chair is amazing with stairs wow! Love the video and feel like I could connect a bit.

  • Hugo Boss
    Hugo Boss 2 months ago

    I am so happy that she loved the chair and I’m happy for the both of y’all mainly for you so hard to love and support that she need can’t wait to see her in her new chair and join climbing the stairs in as well going down the stairs God bless both of y’all

  • avicohen2k
    avicohen2k 2 months ago

    Tbh, aside from respect for those persuing this challenge, this feels like a concept. its brute force in the sense that it has so many moving parts and gears and wheels and everything has a different purpose instead of something more focused that uses the same parts for everything. Making each part seamless with the other instead of transitioning into something else. The current solution is probably hard to put together heavy and requires a ton of maintenance not to mention hard to fix when broken. Hope its affordable and successful so the next version is much better!

  • Erika Zakar
    Erika Zakar 4 months ago +188

    Thank you for posting this! Our little girl has spastic CP and is considered a quadriplegic (wheelchair bound- non-weight bearing) she is 13- loves the outdoors/camping etc. We struggle with the stairs in our home so much now that she has gotten bigger. I have been looking at this chair for a while and following it online- the price is not as bad as I thought! We just had to buy her a new powerchair and it was 64k! Insane right? So if I could get her the BRO instead I would get it in a heartbeat! Independence is what she is seeking and I feel this chair is a step in the right direction!

    • Kinnai
      Kinnai 4 months ago

      @Lynn Schultz this is cute

    • Lynn Schultz
      Lynn Schultz 4 months ago +27

      Hello to you and your daughter. My daughter is now 37 with CP classified as a spastic quad. My daughter wanted to tell your daughter Hello 🤗❣️ and to always stay positive and help your mom out as much as possible so your mom isn't wore out by the time you are 37 and your mom is old. 🤣🧑‍🦼

  • tlctaxi
    tlctaxi 3 months ago

    WOW, this wheelchair is AMAZING, I am so excited to see people using their knowledge to help others.
    I wrote a paper for school on David Kamen the inventor of the Segway (the technology used in this wheelchair) and he has invented so many things to help others.
    I would love to be part of something as amazing as this. Thank you for sharing your talents.

  • Mohamed Naseem
    Mohamed Naseem 3 months ago

    I watch this channel regularly, love the positivity. cambry looks soooo happy 😃 💚 I mean, look at her 😀 excellent work man. Pure genuine people. 🫶🏽

  • The Mouse Files
    The Mouse Files Month ago

    That chair is really awesome. It would really help so many people with mobility issues.

  • Ddthebreadslayer
    Ddthebreadslayer 3 months ago

    Honestly if something like this becomes mass produced across several stores, I bet people would be lining up for it, even the non crippled!

  • Hernan Guerrero
    Hernan Guerrero 4 months ago +357

    My mom hasn´t been able to walk since she was 26. Now she´s almost 85. I am watching this video, and have tears in my eyes. From Argentina. Makes me happy that someone takes care of technology for the ones that really need it. Thank you, you made my day.

    • Tiger Tooth
      Tiger Tooth 4 months ago

      If I could not walk tomorrow I am getting a gun and saying adios

    • Delorian 033
      Delorian 033 4 months ago +3

      Same here! My mom would have loved this!

  • Barbara Rytel
    Barbara Rytel 4 days ago

    Super elektryczne wózki .informacje zrozumiałe ,wyroby super przedstawione zareklamowane ,ALE CENY NIE MA !!?NIGDZIE przy żadnym .
    .podobno cena tego typu wózka ,ROWNA SIE SENIE SAMOCHODU .
    tańsze i super drogie .
    Może od producenta byłoby taniej niż przez pośredników .
    Chyba mnie nie stać .jeżdżę dalej najprostszym .
    Bądźcie szczęśliwi CI co takie karety mogą mieć .💋🥰🇵🇱pozdro z POLSKI