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Taking 'Not a Wheelchair' to the NEXT LEVEL? - New Shop Tour!


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  • IDEK
    IDEK 2 months ago +3468

    It's so great seeing someone with more money than most people actually using the money to help others!! Really appreciate your work!

    • Ricardo Kutz
      Ricardo Kutz Month ago

      @Varun Agrawal No ads = lessened monetary flow = less cashflow for their philanthropic interests. Would that be better, just so you can be less annoyed while you watch his videos? ;)

    • MrFreddy
      MrFreddy Month ago

      @Phuntsog Wangchuk speak of the devil....

    • Zamerus
      Zamerus 2 months ago +2

      @Liam Gross I think Wang was replying to that Wade person who's comment was deleted. Your context clues are right there because the OP wrote 2 sentences

    • stick004
      stick004 2 months ago

      @Andrew Scott , that’s a fixable problem. Move to a place where living isn’t cut throat. We choose to live where we live.

    • Andrew Scott
      Andrew Scott 2 months ago

      I'm looking at this thinking they either live somewhere with a reasonable cost of living or have $25 million spare dollars laying around. It's remarkable how people do so much more for each other in places where just existing isn't cut-throat.

    LRN2DIY 2 months ago

    I love this! Keep up the awesome work.

  • Joyce's Journey
    Joyce's Journey 2 months ago +394

    Waiting for my wife's Rig to arrive. Thank you guys. How's it like being new parents!?? Congratulations!

    • Yoru
      Yoru Month ago +2

      @JerryRigEverything any news about the little one ?

    • JerryRigEverything
      JerryRigEverything  2 months ago +181

      Love it! He's been sick for a few nights so we aren't sleeping much. But he's the best.

  • Wheels.
    Wheels. 2 months ago +185

    Ive been in a wheelchair my whole life and the actual disability never bothered me but the fact that I was limited on the terrain I could go on and therefore limited in where I could go at all. you're machines are super exciting to see and I hope that I can get my hands on one sometime in the future. Thanks for all you do!

  • RBPL1
    RBPL1 2 months ago +21

    I would highly recommend to ware a filter mask when demolishing, removing walls and floor covering and during cleaning - it might be not so obvious, but you may inhale some pretty nasty things during the process, which is definitely better to avoid.

  • 刀冰
    刀冰 2 months ago +2353

    Your creation is terrific, you’ve helped so many people in need. My friend got into an accident three years ago and his legs were paralyzed, he got one and we went “Biking” together. It was truly an amazing experience. Thank you Zack!

    • Ijaz Cholai
      Ijaz Cholai 4 days ago

      I'm just going to call any imperfections "texture" 🤣

      MILK_IS_A_LIE Month ago

      @JerryRigEverything Nice but it would take up too much room... I have a powerchair and an older quickie manual wheelchair, which I am thinking of adding a motor too. Some of the things that people make to add on to wheelchairs seem to not be something that would so easily fit on to something that looks like it has a frame that is more similar to a hospital wheelchair, or I would give it some power, but I already have a powerchair, so I have no done anything to it. If you are going to be building stuff... I would like to see a way to use maybe electric bike parts to work with an older manual wheelchair, and maybe even a hospital kind of wheelchair as well, even though I don't think the wheels are so good when you don't have knobby tires like a mountain bike.

    • Natalee is just chilling
      Natalee is just chilling Month ago

      @Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan plus I didn’t even ask the question I replied to it, it’s not like I was being disrespectful or anything I was simply stating a fact

    • Natalee is just chilling
      Natalee is just chilling Month ago

      @Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan Jerry’s wife has explained why she is in a wheelchair before, I’m autistic too but what does that have anything to do with asking someone how they ended up in a wheelchair? it’s not like you can ask an autistic person how they became autistic because that’s just impossible to answer

    • Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan
      Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan Month ago

      @JerryRigEverything I don't know if you'll see this, but it is actually ableist for random strangers on the internet to ask why your wife is in a wheelchair or what *ANY* disabled person's disability is, as it's none of their business, unless your wife wants to tell this herself. As an autistic person I am not sure about some of these videos outside of your usual tech content, because it seems to be mostly coming for you, a abled person, rather than your wife, the person who is disabled, as it feels like your speaking for her... If you were to share a link of this video on Twitter, I can tell you to at least be prepared to listen, as the disabled community have a *VERY* strong presence on Twitter!

  • Short King Sage
    Short King Sage 2 months ago +52

    My grandmother had ALS. A lot of people don’t realize the kind of effects that has on someone. She was mostly paralyzed from the neck down with limited mobility in her left arm. If she was still around, she would of loved this kind of innovation. You’re doing such amazing work. You earned a subscription, my utmost respect, and every bit of positivity that comes your way. Thank you for making a change in this world you guys.

  • Judy Herman
    Judy Herman 2 months ago +15

    My one and only brother's name is Jerry. When we were teens he built his own radio, it was so fun to watch him. Now he is a Civil Engineer and is in charge of 8 Dams in California. I think you two would get along really well. Really appreciate what you are doing to help others who wouldn't be able to get around so easily without your ingenious ideas. You and your wife are very sweet people.

  • LynnAnn Nysted-Ueland-Thomas

    Your videos have me in happy tears!❤
    I’m 72 and have noodle legs thanks to Parkinson’s disease. I can barely manage about 1/4 mile at most. Until 4 years ago we were wilderness hikers/campers.
    I’ve felt such frustration about all of the activities I’ve missed because of weak legs.
    I’m finally putting ego aside and researching all terrain wheelchairs.
    We live in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. I’m a silent sport folk. Yes hubs has a snowmobile, but I’m not a fan of the noise. I may start saving for your Rig. He can make tracks for me around the lake, I then won’t sit feeling sorry for myself.😂
    Please tell me what brand your wife’s regular wheelchair is. There are so many I’m just boggled and hers looks like what I’d like to start with for here around our garden center. Love and peace. Lynnann
    Our daughter is in Moab and the past few visits I couldn’t go with them on the hike.😢

  • shadex582
    shadex582 2 months ago +42

    This really brought be back to my general contracting days. Rough and dirty work between all the demo and sanding... you never know what you find in old ceilings. But after everything's done it's a rewarding thing. God bless and keep up the awesome work!

  • Fred Roeder
    Fred Roeder 2 months ago +674

    Zack is amazing. He went from "disabling" cellphones to "enabling" humans. What an awesome progression! Be blessed Zack!

    • HeyHeyTheCat
      HeyHeyTheCat 2 months ago +1

      "enabling" humans. great term.

    • Frankiman
      Frankiman 2 months ago +2

      @Ladiezman 239 🤦🏻‍♂️

    • SoG Watchman
      SoG Watchman 2 months ago +4

      Zack turn this into a shirt and sell it to raise money for the builds. I would buy one!

    • Ben van Broekhuijsen
      Ben van Broekhuijsen 2 months ago +3

      @Ladiezman 239 No, his name is Zack. I believe it was his grandpa that was called Jerry.

    • Ladiezman 239
      Ladiezman 239 2 months ago

      @Jason Andrews His name is Jerry

  • Jonathan Raymond
    Jonathan Raymond 2 months ago +9

    Jerry... Not even 5 minutes in and I remember why I follow you. You both deserve everything you desire.

  • I D
    I D 26 days ago +2

    I started watching Zack 4 years ago and I won't lie, I stopped watching him awhile back, but it's so good to see how his life has changed and how he's changed the lives of many. If anyone deserves success it's this guy. Keep it up!

  • Casey Dover
    Casey Dover 2 months ago +32

    It's so awesome that company traded the floors for their labor. I think I saw one of your rigs out here in KY last weekend. A guy with two prosthetic legs was cruising around on one. You all are awesome.

  • PJNinja
    PJNinja 2 months ago +3

    I'm so proud of you guys! The shop is looking great and I love the White + Blue colour scheme. Looking forward to more shop build videos!

    THANOS 2 months ago +565

    When you walked through everything that needed to be done, I was envisioning a construction company doing it. I forgot which channel I was on 😂

    • JF Tech\Drones
      JF Tech\Drones 2 months ago +1

      He used to be a builder IIRC

    • rausimous
      rausimous 2 months ago +3

      Sort of disappointed that he didn't put a wall removal tool on the rig

    • Verlax
      Verlax 2 months ago +1

      @Nathan S yea

    • Nathan S
      Nathan S 2 months ago +19

      Jerryrig EVERYTHING

    • pvic
      pvic 2 months ago +128

      the wall gets scratches at level 7 and bigger holes at level sledgehammer

  • Robert nottellingya
    Robert nottellingya 2 months ago +14

    I had tears in my eye watching this video, and my hat goes off to you setting up a non-profit. Everything here in the UK costs twice as much as it should, I wish you all the best of luck and I love all of you are videos. thank you for helping make part off the world a bit more accessible, on another note you make beach wheels (rear only) that are travel friendly.

  • Jeremy Mahon
    Jeremy Mahon 2 months ago +3

    I know I am but a drop in the bucket, but I have been watching for years. This shop really brings it home, guys. So happy for your success and for your next steps!

  • McDark
    McDark 2 months ago +3

    Holy crap man. This is so awesome. Wishing you best of luck with the buisness. I hope you are able to reach out to many in need. And wish you enough growth to expand maybe even beyond the US. Sincerely, a german fan

  • Scott Williams
    Scott Williams 2 months ago +3

    Here's hoping your company continues to grow and blossom. We need entrepreneurs like you making the mobility/accessibility options out there better and more affordable.

  • Matt Henek
    Matt Henek 2 months ago +424

    One of Zack’s first major videos I saw was the elevator he built in his house. It’s very clear that he’s been trying as hard as he can to leverage his Clip-Share career into making life better first for his wife, and then for everyone. Most of his early videos I’ve never even gone through are car builds, and he’s gone through a lot of ideas before settling on the phone durability/tear down format of the last 3-4 years. Of course he has the best teardown videos on Clip-Share, and he obviously loves tech in general, but I think his true passion relies in accessibility, not phones, and for obvious reasons. Cambry is just one example of how great someone in a wheelchair can be, and how much more they can do when everyone works to help each other out. Accessible tech is also the pinnacle of technology and human design coming together, and that seems right up zack’s alley. I hope you continue to do great things.

    • personal address
      personal address Month ago

      @thakidrashad_ they have a kid too they are sweet family.

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      Muhammad Zeshan 2 months ago


    • Tjidde Nieuwenhuizen
      Tjidde Nieuwenhuizen 2 months ago +9

      A house is most of the time not a big problem, you can get quite well around with lifts. One like Zack build of chair lifts.
      Most people I hear complaining about is that cities are horrible for handicapped people. Alot of bumps and slight climbs everywhere. The same problem is at alot attraction parks and zoo's. I worked for a zoo and we had a group of handicapped people test the park. They offered some managers to join the test by putting them in a wheelchair. I never heard so much cursing of the management.
      That said everything someone adds to improve someone's mobility is a good thing. Talking about it also works.
      There are more handicapped people in the world most people think of. But alot of people don't see it or want to see it. I agree with you Matt it is great a someone with a platform uses it for the greater good. There are alot that only uses it got the gains (moneyz).
      Keep up the good work and we need to keep fighting to make the world a better place for everyone.
      Never forget spread butter and not hate, since butter and fresh bread is the best thing ever. Hate not.

    • thakidrashad_
      thakidrashad_ 2 months ago +2

      I didn’t know that was his wife wow.

  • Jack
    Jack 2 months ago +3

    You two are amazing. Rare to find such decent good people. Brings a tear to my eye. I hope I find someone to love as much as you guys do.

  • Matías Castro
    Matías Castro 2 months ago +5

    Hell, you guys exude good guy energy. The work you're doing it amazing and important. Who would've imagined the guy from Clip-Share who broke and fixed phones could give you this kind of chills!

  • wassereimer
    wassereimer 2 months ago +8

    From Germany here and for a person who mostly knows concrete and basic woodworking things, I just wanted to say thank you for explaining non-US people the materials you use and the work you are doing! For me, it's the first time I have seen that in a "normal" (not a building channel/video or something like that) video.

  • phil
    phil 2 months ago +6

    as a wheelchair use , you are opening up the world for us . i also use a mobility scooter , but i am restricted as to where i can go . i live in the uk and these are very expensive here . try to get the motability company here to accept your product . it is needed .

  • jayjay
    jayjay 2 months ago +293

    seeing how this evolved from just an idea of joining two electric bikes to grow to this extent and for sure even further is so damn satisfying

  • ScubaAnt72
    ScubaAnt72 2 months ago +1

    I think the "rover package" should be called "the moon buggy" !! Love your work :)

  • Dad's Friendly Robot Company

    Thank you for your mission of making accessibility more financially accessible. I'm guessing you have a CNC machine in that crate. Another good piece of gear for rapid prototyping would ba an SLS printer that does nylon. It would allow you to make custom plastics before ordering them injection molded in mass. Good for brackets, enclosures, mounts.
    I am a project engineer for a company that does metal injection molding and metal binderjet 3D printing. Let me know if you need some services, we work with all types on all scales.

  • Jeremiah Avatar
    Jeremiah Avatar Month ago +1

    Hey Jerry rigs everything, I’ve been following you for a few years and I can’t imagine how great you can make inventions. I honestly want to take after you, my mother had a bad accident and now is a double amputee, it’s hard and I understand fully, I want to take this time to say how I appreciate what you do for others and how you inspired me to try and make my own inventions. I want to help my mom like you help your wife, it’s amazing and some day I hope I can meet you. You have really inspired my little life and everyone else’s.

  • B0bariaN
    B0bariaN 2 months ago

    I just love watching your videos Zack! :D Been a long time fan now, and I'm really enjoying this journey you've been taking us on all these years, Good luck with this amazing and very excting veture!

  • aullik
    aullik 2 months ago +445

    For a few seconds i was thinking that tearing down that many walls is a lot of work, then I remembered you guys live in papier mâché buildings so its actually doable quite quickly.

    • NoFailer
      NoFailer 2 months ago +2

      @Little Jackalo You seem extremely mad. Let me clear up a few things. Those "220m²" houses you are talking about are in car-dependent suburbia or in the middle of nowhere. Try to buy a house in a bigger city and you will have the same price increases that you have in Europe. I am not sure where you are getting your car prices from either. I am driving a practically new car with a salary that is around 500 Euros per month lower than my countries' average. I wouldn't consider it tiny either. You do realise that we pay "free healthcare" and "free university" not just for ourselves, right? Given how you phrased it, you seem to be too egocentric to get that anyway. We are perfectly aware that we pay through taxes. I rather pay 350 Euros a month so me and others can go to the doctor with no extra costs than injuring my foot once and getting a bill of 250.000 dollars WITH INSURANCE. My step-mother is American with family in America, I have talked to her about this, I am not just pulling numbers out of my arse. "They've got us giving them a larger portion of our money than we take home", do you understand how the tax system works? That it's in brackets? At the very top it is 45% in my country and that is only for anything above making 277.000 Euros per year. Maybe you should inform yourself what taxes actually do and where they go. You would be surprised how many things you take for granted only exist because people pay taxes. I am not sure why you think the EU is failing either. You being able to talk all this non-sense on the internet seems to me like we are doing pretty good. At the end you only have 3 options anyway: Move outside the EU, change something instead of just whining or live with it. You decide.

    • Little Jackalo
      Little Jackalo 2 months ago

      Yes, Americans, most people in the EU pay more in taxes than they take home. Let that sink in. All to fund criminals, drug addicts, and illegal aliens. Oh, but we get "fReE" healthcare and university. And we get to wait for poor quality care. My cousin had to have his leg rebroken 2x, because it took them so long to get him in to see a Dr. Disgusting. You guys have such better physicians in the states, that you don't even let out doctors practice over there until they do residency all over again before they're allowed to talk their board exams. (Some EU physicians have to go back through ALL of medical school before they can practice in the states.) It's just loser countries/union, and Germany and Scotland are the worst offenders.

    • Little Jackalo
      Little Jackalo 2 months ago +1

      That's why they can afford to buy their homes instead living in a tiny 60 m^2 (650 ft^2) hovel that we have to rent for the same price that Americans get a 220 m^2 (2400 ft^2) house with a 1/3 acre yard. While we have to pay rent to some middle Eastern dude that our government let buy up all of our properties and companies. We can't even own cars unless you either want to buy some TINY little euro dumper car, or you make €200k/yr and you can afford a car that people in the US, who make half that money, can buy. I'll take drywall house over a masonry house everyday if it means I can own it, it isn't some tiny dumpy apartment that I'm renting for 2500€/mo. There is absolutely no need for anything stronger than drywall for a house. Unless you live in an area where there are hurricanes, where most construction is masonry or reinforced wood frame. (Modern wood framed houses with proper hurricane strapping can withstand all but a direct hit from a cat 5 hurricane, which has happened like 1 time in the past 30 years.) You wonder why they call us losers, and why the EU is failing so miserably. Trying to act like renting a tiny hovel made out of masonry is better than owning a big wood framed house. Derrrrrp. I'll bet you think that we have "fReE hEaLtHcArE" too, huh? "FrEe uNivErSiTy"? Hint... You're paying for both of them, until the day you die, even if you've never stepped foot inside a university. They've got us giving them a larger portion of our money than we take home, and you loser drones are cool with it.

    • Dot Dot
      Dot Dot 2 months ago

      @Dubious Rest of the world is huge.

    • Mitchell Odom
      Mitchell Odom 2 months ago +4

      @Smart Smears Our house is entirely lumber framing with stucco exterior and a tile roof and took a direct hit from hurricane harvey (category 4) in 2017, without any damage. It really just comes down to how its constructed. For instance, our roof is tied directly to the foundation using all-thread to prevent it from lifting off in a hurricane.

  • TFlubonis
    TFlubonis 2 months ago +36

    This man is the perfect reflection of the sentence "not all heroes wear capes". Great work!

    • Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan
      Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan Month ago

      @personal address toxic? I'm not being "toxic" I am telling you that it's ableist to see ableds providing accommodations for disabled folk as "heroic", because accommodations should be seen as a human right, rather than "special" treatment. If any other disabled people see your comment calling ableds being pulled up for their ableism as "toxic", then they would also explain to you the same thing. So many disabled people get comments like yours whenever we try to call out ableism, is it really that hard just to sit and listen to the disbaled community?? Honestly sometimes I kinda wish Jerry would stay in his lane and stick to testing phones, like I have already come across "intrusive" comments of people asking Zack how his wife ended up in a wheelchair, when it is none of our business to ask such questions unless his wife wants to tell us, nor is it a thing for Zach to tell us, because he isn't disabled like his wife is... Like in alot of these videos, his wife should be doing most of the talking, again, because Zach is *not* disabled, it just feels like he is speaking for his disabled wife. Also not a fan the name "not in a wheelchair" as it reinforces the ableist idea that being in a wheelchair is "bad" when it's the lack of accessibility that makes it bad (and seeing disabled people get accommodations as "heroic" is only going to slow down the push to see accommodations as a human right), not the wheelchair, I feel Jerry should of consulted his wife and the rest of the disbaled community first on a better name. Sooner or later he'll probably end up being "mark rober 2.0"...

    • personal address
      personal address Month ago

      @Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan you dont have to make this discussion toxic for god sake.

    • Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan
      Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan Month ago

      As someone who is autistic, zach is not a "hero" for giving his wife accessibility equipment, Zach giving his wife accessibility equipment is a human right for disabled people and shouldn't be seen as something "heroic". Abled people proving accessibility for disabled people being seen as heroic, is what is preventing from disabled people's access needs being seen as access rights!🤦🏼‍♀️🙄

    • Ricardo Kutz
      Ricardo Kutz Month ago +1

      Not all heroes snap their fingers? Oh, I don't know, LOL

    • personal address
      personal address Month ago

      @acecel saitama dosent have hair he is a class b hero

  • Billy
    Billy Month ago +1

    You guys are great. I’m so happy to see how much you’ve grown since I started watching ur channel. You’re guys are doing so much for our community. What you’re doing is what I’ve always envisioned & wished the world as a whole would do. Make the world inclusive to all. You’re appreciated so much.

  • Jack Robinson
    Jack Robinson 2 months ago +6

    Simply, thank you for what you are doing. It is truly amazing, and will change peoples lives forever. Nothing could be any more rewarding and beautiful than that. Jack and Family (9 of us watched) from Brisbane Queensland Australia.

  • Christian Diemond
    Christian Diemond 2 months ago +3

    As someone who just recently took delivery of a wheelchair, I find your videos interesting and make mobility issues a whole lot easier to deal with.

  • Felipo Goncalves
    Felipo Goncalves 2 months ago +99

    this probably took months, lots of money, care and patience. yet, he drops a 20min video that makes everything went smooth and easy :D cheers mate, still an inspiration for all of us!

  • ComplexBlackBoi
    ComplexBlackBoi 2 months ago

    This is really amazing! I hve been looking for a wheelchair for my Aunt who has been stuck in the house, because of the limits of her wheelchair, for 5 years. Interested in seeing what options you have for her! I'd love for her to be able to ejoy life, once again!

  • Brenden Kunkel
    Brenden Kunkel 2 months ago +6

    I've been watching this channel develop over the years, I love the direction it is heading.

  • Mark Feliciano
    Mark Feliciano 2 months ago +2

    From the moment I saw a “not a wheelchair” I told my wife “that could change my whole freaking life.” Can’t wait to see what’s next, and hoping for a more affordable option.

  • Live Info Portal
    Live Info Portal 2 months ago +3

    I love what you're doing with not a wheelchair project

  • Anthony Moya
    Anthony Moya 2 months ago +157

    This is awesome! My wife loves her Rig. She's finally be able to hit the trails in Albuquerque and see places she hasn't seen before because of her back problems and not being able to walk long distances.

    • WallStreetMeat
      WallStreetMeat 2 months ago

      @Tess our fav place to eat there is Los Pollos Hermanos

    • Elijah Perrin
      Elijah Perrin 2 months ago +3

      Careful not to make a wrong turn In Albuquerque.

    • Tess
      Tess 2 months ago +7

      Albuquerque... Have you met waltuh?

    • Jacoober
      Jacoober 2 months ago +10

      @JerryRigEverything this is making me cry, I have to order one of these for my grandfather. Nothing but love and positivity to you and your loved ones!

    • JerryRigEverything
      JerryRigEverything  2 months ago +39

      We love seeing your Instagram posts!

  • its028NVD
    its028NVD 29 days ago

    You both are awesome, I love what you guys are doing! The content is always great and I can wait to see more of the new place as it progresses!

  • A. Thomas Dillon
    A. Thomas Dillon Month ago

    Love what you folks do. Thank you for all your hard work in making life easier for folks with accessibility challenges.

  • Cghodnett
    Cghodnett 2 months ago +1

    Not A Wheelchair vids caught my eye when you started this project. As a bilateral leg amputee who aspires to spend more time RVing off grid this is an awesome project with a lot of potential. So happy seeing advocates helping to shake up the space and improve things for everyone. Can’t wait to see where you go with it!

  • Beautiful Florida
    Beautiful Florida 2 months ago

    This building looks amazing! Thank you for your positive and great informative videos!

  • Ederanx
    Ederanx 2 months ago +2

    Amazing to see how big it has become
    Congrats to both of you from France ! You're awesome :)

  • Orchid House
    Orchid House 2 months ago

    Having mobility problems my self, I am always stunned by the prices charged in the UK for something that is welded tubes powder coated. I assume they have problems with the numbers of items produced. I am excited to see your projects develop in your own work space.

  • Olivia Farmen
    Olivia Farmen Month ago

    I'm so excited for the future of this channel and the company! Great work guys. I haven't watched this channel for a while, but I'm definitely re-interested now :)

  • Ray Bastida
    Ray Bastida 2 months ago

    I really love the vision of the company. I am so happy you guys make it a priority to make your "not a wheelchairs" way cheaper that other companies. Love the video. Take some profits buddy. Your hard work deserves something.

  • Trithis
    Trithis 2 months ago +114

    So a few things:
    1: Congratulations on the space! That's a huge step and I hope to see you guys thrive.
    2: The flooring section was WAY cooler than I was expecting. I love the spiked shoes!
    3: I laughed probably a little harder than I should've when you caught yourself with the "If you see us walking around" bit. 😅

    • Farhan
      Farhan 2 months ago

      @Ontario Guy exosuit so you can go around like Blastarr

    • Pakistan_Ball
      Pakistan_Ball 2 months ago +2

      @Ontario Guy Well not a far-fetched idea for Zack, I mean this guy can do anything after the Whisper project.

    • Ontario Guy
      Ontario Guy 2 months ago +7

      That was definitely a hint for the exosuit that's in development

  • Michael Upchurch
    Michael Upchurch 2 months ago

    That’s amazing I love ❤️ that you have such a vision and passion and you put back into your company and help people in need great video jerry rigs congratulations

  • Benjamin Choate
    Benjamin Choate 2 months ago +1

    Exciting progress, Zack and Cambry! I'm a computer guy and solar/EV/ebike enthusiast and I've enjoyed much of your content. Rooting for you from Cache Valley!

  • Derrin Eckelmann
    Derrin Eckelmann 2 months ago

    I love what your doing ! 🙌🏻 Just be careful , when you start digging into competitions greedy over priced products , it may attract lawsuits .

  • Robert Sabin
    Robert Sabin 2 months ago

    thanks for what you do, it is so encouraging seeing how you are making things more accessible. I appreciate you and what you are doing. Though I am not in need of your not a wheelchair yet, i do utilize mobility aids and am glad you are using your love and passion to help the disabled community.

  • Thu Dang
    Thu Dang 2 months ago

    Absolutely love this! (And you two, and the team there!) Keep up the fantastic work! I hope more of the world takes notice, and your subscriber count just continues to balloon.

  • DontBanMeBroDontBanMe!
    DontBanMeBroDontBanMe! 2 months ago +1

    Wow, this is such an amazing idea and will help so many people. It looks like a huge endeavor, but Zach has the brain power and will power to make it happen.

  • hansgirl
    hansgirl 2 months ago +2

    I am beyond thankful for all you and Cambry are doing to help others in wheelchairs experience life to the fullest without it costing them more than they can afford! Your passion project will have such far reaching ripple effects and impact so many lives! As someone who is in a wheelchair (with most of my family living on a farm that is super NOT accessible) it is so amazing to think about being able to actually have a way to participate in farm activities safely (most scooters are not super stable) and not have it break the bank! You guys are absolutely amazing and I just love you all so much! God bless you and all that you are doing! ❤Jennifer

  • Adam Isaacs
    Adam Isaacs 2 months ago +2

    AMAZING project. i am wheelchair-free but disabled, and spent a while in a chair after my accident. i still am very limited and something like this would honestly be amazing still, even for me. most people just dont know how bad the tech is and how limited you are with, honestly, crappy and uncomfortable accessibility devices. but outside of that entirely, i cant believe you werent wearing a mask when doing the demo... gypsum dust from the sheetrock and the fiberglass from the insulation is no bueno for the lungs. so excited for you guys and this project, truly admirable in many ways.

  • Rix Mascarenhas
    Rix Mascarenhas 2 months ago +122

    This kind of resolve and initiative is why we still have a future as a race. Congrats to you both for putting your souls into this project!

  • CorvetteAustin24
    CorvetteAustin24 2 months ago

    Amazing work, and appreciate your business goals. Wishing you all the best.

  • Paul Cullen
    Paul Cullen Month ago

    Another great video from a great channel. I loved the video of you joining the 2 electric bikes together to make a 4 wheeler.
    What you call sheet-rock, we use the same stuff here in the UK but we call it plasterboard. It makes it so much quicker and easier to get smooth walls rather than spending ages putting up a thick layer of plaster and waiting for the plaster to go off.

  • Zachary Garner
    Zachary Garner 2 months ago

    This is so fantastic. You two are amazing. Keep up spreading the postivity!

  • Jevon Calle
    Jevon Calle 2 months ago +1

    This is awesome! Great business-to-reality concept; even better focus on the intent. Thanks you two!

  • Aftab Hussain
    Aftab Hussain 2 months ago +127

    I love how he acknowledges that not all of his audience is American and makes it easy for us by explaining everything we need to know.

    • Akshay Sudhan
      Akshay Sudhan 2 months ago +3

      Dude I've always wanted to know how they do those floors, finally 😃

  • Mauricio Montoya
    Mauricio Montoya Month ago

    Amazing and inspiring hard work!! I wish you the best in your nonprofit, I live outside the US, but I would truly love to see "Not a Wheelchair" go global in the near future.

  • TJ Forsand
    TJ Forsand 2 months ago +2

    This is so cool. Seriously fun to see both kindness and excellence in trade work come together in such a way. An inspiration for sure.

  • Christopher Elliott
    Christopher Elliott 2 months ago

    That ripped up floor is what is known as a "floating floor". I remember helping to build one when my Uechi Ryu dojo moved into their first owned space. That one used large foam blocks with two layers of underfloor sheathing below the roll-on top surface so falls wouldn't hurt as much as the concrete of the original building (it was an old automotive garage).

  • Paul Baade
    Paul Baade 2 months ago

    love what you two are doing, having a real impact on so many people

  • L. Rod282
    L. Rod282 2 months ago

    That's really awesome what you're doing and I wish you the utmost success on your mission to provide advanced mobility to the quadriplegic community expanding their quality of life. Just one question, I haven't seen a Hummer video in a while, any updates?

  • U.E.S.
    U.E.S. Month ago

    This is awesome! I’d love to work or volunteer in an environment like this. Great job!

  • Preske
    Preske Month ago

    I wish you both and your company all the best. You're doing amazing stuff. Medical equipment has a ridiculous pricetag to it, because "it's medical". So giving people afordable quality stuff is a lifesaver for many. In Europe, if I want to buy a rocker knife (to cut food one handed ) I have to pay 60 dollar. If I were to ask my aunt to buy one in the states, send it over, pay importfees etc, it would StILL be cheaper.

  • Sjoerd Redeker
    Sjoerd Redeker Month ago

    Having had a son with some severe disabilities, this is amazing to see! There is so much to learn and win in this area!

    • Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan
      Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan Month ago

      As someone who is autistic, I highly suggest that you avoid using functioning labels (they are quite harmful actually), as they don't really help disabled people, just because someone isn't able to communicate verbally, doesn't mean that they don't have a voice, this is why acc devices exist! While those with "high functioning" disabilities, often ignores their needs, hence the saying "not disabled enough" probably comes from this. Most of the disabled community prefer "non-speaking" or "high care needs" or "low care needs"

  • Suraj Sinhmar
    Suraj Sinhmar 2 months ago +107

    Over the period Jerry has bolstered my confidence of being a one man army. I can build my home by myself, make me a good car, repair my phones , install all the accessories at home etc and would still be left with enough time to be a kinder person to earth. Hopefully see you around someday Jerry .

    • Daylen
      Daylen 2 months ago +3

      You absolutely can do all of that yourself, but it's hella expensive. Sure it's cheaper if you do it yourself, but people quickly forget that a big reason Zack can do all of this is, is because he has the funds to risk it. Oftentimes it's not feasible to choose risking a wasted $100k over paying the extra $10k to have a professional do it.

  • Michigan Mister
    Michigan Mister 2 months ago

    You two ROCK! I've been griping forever that the mobility industry needs young cats like you to change the face of equipment! Some are, but the people that they are designing for can't afford the newer tech. We need simple, sturdy devices that are trouble free and affordable. Here's another thing, I was just able to afford a mid-range power chair, but the price of a ramp to get out of my house (aluminum, nobody wants to do wood) was quoted at 10 grand! Affordable modern ramps are needed YESTERDAY!

  • Chad Forquer
    Chad Forquer 2 months ago

    Amazing work you have achieved. Great to see this grow and be able to help so many people. Keep up the amazing work.

  • gary wade
    gary wade 2 months ago

    Amazing couple, great ideas & wonderful aim with the company

  • Mandrake
    Mandrake 2 months ago

    Love my Uplift Desk. Found them through you guys a long time ago. One of the best purchases I ever made! So good. I've not been on the site in forever - I really like those corner desks - wheels are turning.. lol

  • Paul Taylor
    Paul Taylor 2 months ago +102

    As a disabled man, and an engineer, I applaud your new business, this has been a niche that finally has someone filling it!

  • Chris Todo
    Chris Todo 2 months ago

    Godspeed Zack and Cambry ! You’re going to bother a lot of companies with this venture, companies that capitalize on peoples disabilities. This is a chance to make a difference and stick it to them. All the best

  • Shaun Chaudoin
    Shaun Chaudoin 2 months ago

    I absolutely LOVE what you guys are doing! Making the world a better, more accessible place both literally and financially! Peace & love to you to you both. Best wishes on this exciting new endeavor! Keep the good stuff coming.

  • CJ Ramseyer
    CJ Ramseyer Day ago

    This is really really awesome. I am so thrilled that you guys are doing stuff like this. I have a cousin with Spina Bifida and while he has been able to get some really cool accessibility gear, I like what you are doing and "The Rig" is very cool. I am curious what something like that might cost? Anyhow, keep up the great work and Rig Everything!!

  • Tim B
    Tim B 2 months ago

    That's amazing, you both are an inspiration! God bless you and what you are doing.

  • Andrew
    Andrew 2 months ago +40

    Zac, just a quick question. Have you thought of making the wheelchairs out of aluminium extrusion bars? It makes mounting parts easier, be able to make adustments for the owner and potential for mounting accessories.

    • Dauntless
      Dauntless 2 months ago +13

      You should probably send him an email

  • Sacred Flames
    Sacred Flames 11 days ago

    Great couple 💖 congratulations may you guys have more clarity and strength to achieve this for the rest of the world

  • shittywife
    shittywife 2 months ago

    Congrats to you both! Wishing you a happy and successful venture.

  • Stefan Krantz
    Stefan Krantz 2 months ago

    Wow! Impresive work! Love you two work together on projects like this! Awesome!

  • Soren
    Soren 2 months ago

    Congratulations on the new space and such cool projects. I appreciate everything you do.

  • Ragegirly
    Ragegirly 2 months ago +35

    Dude this is amazing! As a Para myself I can’t wait to see what else you guys and gals roll out in the future to make our lives better in some way! If you haven’t yet link up with the Abilities Expo I bet they’d love to have you to help get the word out more about your company and the vision. 🙏🏻❤️ ♿️

    • Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan
      Aussie Furby/Mogwai Fan Month ago

      Is abilities expo ran by disabled people themselves though? As I have a feeling that disabled people have called them out for ableism🤔

  • Trev Fougère
    Trev Fougère 2 months ago

    Randomly stumbled on this vid. Very impressed by the design. I could actually see this being useful to mobility impaired persons that still want to hunt, having a new opportunity to do so. Fantastic job folks!!!

  • ZalthorAndNoggin
    ZalthorAndNoggin Month ago +1

    You seem like a smashing couple! I came here via an iPhone 6 battery replacement video of yours and stayed for the building remodel. Hard work guys stripping it out and refurbishing it and yes, we have Drywall in the UK too. Hi and Grats to Mama Not a Wheelchair for her contribution to the walls. Way to go!

  • Tucker Pearce
    Tucker Pearce 2 months ago

    You ROCK Jerry! Love to see that you two are doing this. Not making a profit! 🔥❤️

  • mjpete27
    mjpete27 Month ago

    Yep I have wanted one of these machines ever since I saw your first video! I hope you get the price down to where I can get one! Keep going guys! Wonderful works!

  • Brad Browatzke
    Brad Browatzke 2 months ago

    Zack, and Cambry. It is good to see you taking your idea to the next level! The sneak peeks were inspiring, and that huge box has me more than a little intrigued. The passion both of you have put into this is heart-warming, and the need for financially accessible devices is certainly something that medical companies have been slow, if not completely against, putting at the forefront. As a long-time subscriber and fan of the channel, this labour of love, one which seems to be rubbing off on those you come in contact with, bolsters my appreciation of your drive. I may be in Canada, but that doesn't mean what you are doing has no impact. This kind of initiative is what will bring change to to the entire medical industry, and bring accessibility to a broader spectrum of handicapped people. I look forward to there being a time when opportunity to support these is more than just being a viewer and subscriber. Keep on doing such great work!

  • Sunny Gogna
    Sunny Gogna 2 months ago

    Zack! Thank you much for making this not a wheelchair 🦼 and for me my ex gf and baby momma hopefully would love this. I’ll be placing an order very soon. Love ya guys.

  • inkstainedbrush
    inkstainedbrush 2 months ago

    I was already in love with this video with just the the cold open. Can't wait to see what you're able to do for the world with your products!

  • 🌺 Chereese
    🌺 Chereese 2 months ago

    How exciting.
    I can't wait to see the cool things come to life here. 😁💞👩🏼‍🦼
    You 2 are so awesome to help people like myself. ♿️ Thanks so much.

  • Orin Khan
    Orin Khan 2 months ago +46

    I love this amazing idea. Can't love Zack enough. He is such a great human being. I wish and hope there will be more people like him.

  • Cannon Ball
    Cannon Ball Month ago +2

    As a person with beckers muscular dystrophy but also not wanting the clunky expensive old fashioned mobility equipment typically available, much respect for this project. Such a nice pair of people

  • Tim Julius P.
    Tim Julius P. 2 months ago +2

    Very creative and smart guy. I'm so happy for you both. You guys were a match made in heaven. You look so good together. ❤️

  • deesine
    deesine 2 months ago

    Makes my heart swell seeing such passion, compassion, and goodwill.
    God bless you all!