Recent news and events

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Space, Not the Final Frontier

February 13, 2020 – General News

Mobius Mobility is fortunate to be located in Manchester, NH. Manchester is New Hampshire’s largest city, with a population topping 110,000, and in recent years has emerged as a technology and business hub for northern New England. In addition to a growing restaurant, entertainment and art scene, our home town offers easy access to the beach, mountains, and Boston all within an hour +/- drive. Like many old mill towns established along the major rivers…
CBS New York Feature

iBOT® featured by CBS, New York

January 23, 2020 – General News

iBOT®, The Ferrari Of Wheelchairs, Offers A Lot More Than Just Mobility NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - There has been a breakthrough for people who’ve lost their legs, suffered spinal cord injuries and have other mobility issues. It looks like a souped-up electric wheelchair, but CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez says don’t call the iBOT a wheelchair. Yeah, they kind of look alike, but the iBOT is more like the Ferrari of wheelchairs. To understand why, you…
New Mobility Magazine

iBOT® Featured in New Mobility Magazine:

July 2, 2019 – General News

The original iBOT® holds the rare distinction of being both a huge failure and a revolutionary industry changer. When inventor Dean Kamen pulled back the curtain on his groundbreaking wheelchair design on national television in 1999, viewers marveled at the chair’s ability to “stand” and balance on two wheels, tackle snow, sand and other tricky terrain — and most notably, to climb and descend stairs. Kamen had set out to create a personal mobility device…
Wheelchair Games

Mobius Mobility and iBOT® Personal Mobility Device to exhibit at 2019 National Veterans Wheelchair Games

February 28, 2019 – General News

Mobius Mobility and iBOT® Personal Mobility Device Featured at 2019 National Veterans Wheelchair Games: www.wheelchairgames.org The National Veterans Wheelchair Games is co-presented between the Department of Veterans Affairs and Paralyzed Veterans of America.  The Games serve Veterans with Spinal Cord Injury, Multiple Sclerosis, Amputations and other central neurological impairments with the goal to increase their independence, healthy activity and quality of life through wheelchair sports and recreation.  Veterans are being exposed to wheelchair sports at their…