Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Help Me Name my Invention

Four thirty is too early to be up… even though you went to bed at ten thirty.

At that hour, your mind goes wild… and you invent things… like my super power chair.

One of the problems with being in a wheel chair is transferring.. Transferring from bed to chair to scooter to toilet, to recliner, to walker.

So I have “invented” a walker, chair, recliner, bed combo. Trouble is I don’t know what to call it.

The device converts from wheel chair to scooter for those trips to the market. The steering tiller pops up when you need it, but retracts when you want to sit at the table for dining.

There is a commode for those times when you cannot find a rest room handy.

If you are tired, your chair tilts back and becomes a recliner. In fact, it tilts back and goes flat and so becomes a single bed.

If you happen to get “lucky” it expands sideways and becomes a double bed. If you are athletic you may want the King Size version.

The chair has a lift, so you can rise up and reach those elusive oranges that grow near the top of the tree and have always been just out of reach. Inside, you can change light bulbs in the chandelier, or even paint the ceiling if you wish.

For sunny days there is an awning to block the sun and it contains a “mister” to spray a cooling mist and keep the temperature down.

The cross country version has turning signals and head lights. A curb and stair mounting option is available.

Handicapped folks that live at the marina may want the aquatic version.

It will sell for less than three hundred dollars, say $298, and a $50 per year maintenance agreement is good to have.

If you take it on the roadway you will need to provide your own liability insurance… the Motor Vehicle Department requires that..

Please help me name my creation, I cannot market it without a tricky name and cute icon.

No need to hurry with that name though, I am still in the conceptual stage and haven’t even drawn the blue prints yet.


kateh2ocolorart said...

LOL....great concept...before I read your "marketing price" I was going to suggest it costs a lifetime of earnings for the average person!
Keep building!

msecz said...

Boy, if you could get all of that in the miracle chair for only $295 there would be a big demand/ one in every house I suspect

garnett109 said...

the liftascootpatoot

desannie said...

I'd call it a "MoveIt".  And you could put me down for one LOL!  I have to use a hoyer lift to transfer.  Annie

jckfrstross said...

how about the everything scooter?


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sunnybethe said...

Sounds like a terrific plan to me.