Travelling is one of the ways to feel freedom and independence. But, most of the wheelchair users depends on a pair of the 24-inch wheel to freely move anywhere. When it comes to travel, it gets even worse. Because the wheelchair users have to face some restrictions while traveling by plane or other transportations. Revolve Air is a travel-friendly wheelchair with folding wheels.
However, anyone can fold it down to the size of carry-on luggage. German designer ‘Andrea Mocellin’ invented The ‘Revolve Air’ to implement his previous invention into a wheelchair. Back in 2018, he invents revolutionary foldable wheels that compatible with every mode of transportation using large bicycle wheels.
Further, the Revolve Air is a combination of folding wheels and a capsule-like seat. Unlike other folding wheelchairs, the Revolve Air occupies 60% less space when folded. So it could easily be stored in the trunk of a car, train, or even in an overhead bin.
According to their website, Revolve Air aims to make this wheelchair a piece of certified carry-on luggage for flights. Moreover, the founder has also planned a revolutionary rental system to improve the wheelchair service in international and national airports all around the world.
That is to say, anyone can remotely book the ‘Revolve Air’ from their smartphone. As s result, wheelchair users can freely move around the airport, city, and access any public transportation without other’s help. You can get more details about their prototype by contacting Revolve Air here!
Source: Revolve Wheel