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  1. #51
    That's too cool! I'll take the old one off your hands for you...
    (lal)

  2. #52
    There's a video of me doing a little off-roading in Prototype 1 here:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/BeachMobility

  3. #53
    Still looking for names, Pat? The first thing that came to mind is the "Spartan" because it looks something like a chariot.
    "I'm lost. I'm no guide, but I'm by your side." - Pearl Jam

    "It decomposes, mendicant, therefore, truly, one calls this the world." -- Loka Sutta

  4. #54
    I just found this thread. The videos no longer work. What happened? Is this device still in the works? I am a L1 para and a guitar player. I am experiencing carpal tunnel problems in my wrists form pushing my chair al the time.I'm like everyone else. I do not want to abandon my ligtweight rigid manual chair for a 300 pound electric but I havre got to get my arms some help. Have you done anymore on this product and is there a link to a current video showing it in action?
    L1 Complete - Injury 3/12/06 - Grateful to be alive!!!!

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    He may have taken the videos down to protect the design of his add on. IDK if Pat has been able to patent his design yet and it sure would be a shame to have someone steal this wonderful invention out from under him (no pun intended).
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  6. #56
    Quote Originally Posted by Grange View Post
    I just found this thread. The videos no longer work. What happened? Is this device still in the works? I am a L1 para and a guitar player. I am experiencing carpal tunnel problems in my wrists form pushing my chair al the time.I'm like everyone else. I do not want to abandon my ligtweight rigid manual chair for a 300 pound electric but I havre got to get my arms some help. Have you done anymore on this product and is there a link to a current video showing it in action?
    Hi Grange, I'm still looking for a manufacturer, partner, or licensee. In the meantime however I agreed to build one for another member here so I've decide to go into limited production. I'm currently building three, one is spoken for. I read your post in the zinger thread and feel this would be perfect for what you are looking for. I've been using one everyday for over a year now and it's awesome. I haven't nailed down a final price yet but I expect it to be in the $3000 to $4000 range. It just depends on how much labor is involved.

    Anyone here interested in one can contact me through the website in my signature. I plan on making a video of the new design soon. Email me (pat@beachmobility.com) for a link to the previous videos.
    Last edited by pattherat; 04-08-2010 at 11:18 PM.

  7. #57
    Fantastic invention Pat! Independent attachment and detachment for even a Quad. I look forward to its further development and success.

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    I'd buy one.

  9. #59
    Could you reupload the youtube movie of the power addon? It seems to be deleted

  10. #60
    Im attending Project Walk in Cali... I believe I saw your buddy demonstrate how it works. Awesome.
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