I’m gladly taking you up on your offer to share my experiences with the cadWeazle
that I have used extensively for more than 6 years now.
Before I begin I would first like to say that life without cadweazle is hardly imaginable
for my family and me today. Ever since I have been using cadWeazle our range of
spare time acitivities has greatly ex-
panded and the pleasure of being in motion has returned. For that I thank you and
your company from the bottom of my heart.
Vacations by the lake and in the mountains are no obstacle anymore and have become
as natural to me as using cadweazle as my daily ‘work horse’ on our 5000 m² premises.
Equipped with a hitch I use cadWeazle for towing garden trailers or for collecting
greenery. Due to its wide wheel profile it is also used to plane pre-prepared soil
With an additional hitch its power is great enough to move a car trailer, that is
needed to transport cadWeazle, around our premises. But it is also a great relief
for “hikes” across rocky terrain and sticks, for taking ‘walks’ in nature or for
exploring new cities. I say “relief” because cobblestone streets and curbs are very
frightening to most wheel chair users and it is a great liberation to now be able
to count on my personal will and determination to overcome these obstacles with ease.
The mind is the limit now and the only restricting factor on where to use cadWeazle.
Except for flying and floating – that, I’m afraid, it can’t do yet.
The First water ski show team writes:
Very informative page. Since my wife herself uses a wheelchair I really like the
idea of cadWeazle. Finally people with handicap can participate in activities on
the beaches too. Surely cadWeazle would also work on snow, I would really love to
try that out.
Greetings from the First German water ski Show Team
I saw your I-can-go-anywhere vehicle in the Kiel news and I simply have to congratulate
you on it. Finally, someone has invented something useful. Maybe your cadWeazle can
be the link between those who desperately need one and those who could use one but
would never dare to do it. In English: Mudflat hiking should not only be something
for hikers and now for people with impaired mobility. It could also be a blessing
for people who get tired fast for they can now go hiking with their best friends
Please keep up the good work.
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