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Stair-Climbing Wheelchair – Caterwil GTS5

(5 customer reviews)

Price: $15,045

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  • General information
  • Caterwil GTS5 Special Features
  • Comfort
  • Safety
  • Brake System and Power Failure
  • Safety Belts
  • Transportation
  • Specifications
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    General information

    The GTS5 power wheelchair from Caterwil is the latest addition to their range of devices aimed at assisting individuals with disabilities in living life to the fullest.

    Ideal for both indoor and outdoor activities, the GTS5 makes navigating urban environments such as shops, cafes, restaurants, libraries, theaters, gyms, and stadiums much simpler.

    By combining electric-drive technology with wheeled and track platforms, the wheelchair promotes maximum independence for users. Pneumatic wheels ensure comfortable road navigation, while the tracks system is utilized for overcoming stairs and other obstacles.

    Caterwil’s electric wheelchairs cater to individuals of all ages with spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy, lower limb injuries, and other musculoskeletal disorders. They are also suitable for those in rehabilitation after stroke or chemotherapy, patients with diabetes or cancer, individuals with complex hip prosthetics, and the elderly.

    Caterwil GTS5 Special Features

    The GTS5 wheelchair has been enhanced with new features to improve its durability and performance. These updates include protective covers for the track platform, a waterproof casing for the electronic parts, mechanisms to prevent track slippage in extreme conditions, a stronger chain for stability under pressure, and improved ball bearings to withstand long-term use in wet and cold weather.


    Just like all Caterwil wheelchairs, the GTS5 offers adjustable features for maximum comfort, including the backrest angle, armrest height, footrest angle and length, and headrest length. The GTS5 goes a step further by allowing the armrests to be folded over and providing extra soft supports for the knee rests.


    Safe stair climbing
    The innovative 4-track system ensures excellent traction on stairs, enabling the wheelchair to ascend stairs up to 20 cm high, even if they are uneven or damaged. A built-in gyroscope system helps maintain the user’s horizontal position while climbing.

    The wheelchair is equipped with a programmed mechanism that stabilizes it during extreme leaning and automatically locks the system if the user attempts an unsafe action.

    Brake System and Power Failure

    Featuring electromagnetic brakes, the GTS5 will come to a stop automatically in case of an unexpected power failure. When the power is off, the chair can be switched to ‘Attendant’ mode and controlled using the handles at the back.

    Safety Belts

    For added security, the chair can be secured with either 2- or 4-point safety harnesses.


    With a foldable seat, transporting the chair is incredibly convenient! The compact design of the GTS5 when folded makes it easy to transport in vehicles with spacious cargo areas. In its folded state, the GTS5 is currently the most compact among all Caterwil models, measuring only 70 cm in height for transportation.


    65 cm
    102-140 cm (depends on the position of the footrests)
    Height folded
    70 cm
    Seat width
    45 cm
    Seat depth
    45 cm
    Height of the backrest
    59 cm
    Height of the armrests
    16-29 cm (adjustable)
    Weight (with batteries)
    98 kg
    Max. load capacity
    115 kg
    Front wheels
    200 mm
    (pneumatic, vibration damping)
    Rear wheels
    330 mm
    (pneumatic, vibration damping)
    Max speed on wheels
    8 km/h
    Max speed on tracks
    0,8 km/h
    Distance range
    25 km
    Max stairs angle
    40 deg
    Max step height
    200 mm
    Noise level
    ≤65 dBA
    Battery capacity
    38 A*h
    Lithium battery
    Motor operating voltage
    24 V
    Charging current
    5 A
    Driving lights
    Front and back lights
    Additional reliability features
    Protective covers on the track platform.

    Mechanisms to prevent the tracks from slipping over the wheels; Reinforced chain drive.

    Sealed electronics module according to IP66 standard.

    Ball bearings in track pulleys.

    Video review


    5 reviews for Stair-Climbing Wheelchair – Caterwil GTS5

    1. Sergey Fokin

      I’m using the wheelchair since the childhood. When I was a kid, I was badly injured and since then I can’t move on my own. Recently I’ve learned about the Caterwil GTS5. This wheelchair can easily run on the stairs! Its very comfortable, safe and doesn’t weight much. It’s really a pleasure to use it.

    2. Daria Volkova

      Wheelchair is quite good, my town became more accessable. Really like it, I can travel anywhere I want, even to my friends house – even though they live on the first floor, they still have stairs. Thanks Caterwil.. and all the people who work there for us

    3. Eugenia Dubrovskaya

      I really like that tracks have covers, very practical

    4. Yarik

      Superb machine!

    5. Ivan Vershok

      Hi everyone! I’ve recently became owner of the Caterwil wheelchair and happy to share my thoughts :)) I also have a video for my followers, you can check it on my page.
      Keep in mind that you’ll definitely need some time to get used to this wheelchair, especially if you’re trying it for the first time or on the slippery surface. I’ve tested this machine in Skolkovo, so I had some experience. The most exciting thing for me was its ability to climb the stairs, I think it would be the same for every wheelchair user, because I’m driving wheels for 29 years, no surprises :) The pneumatic wheels run nice and smooth, I was very pleased. I’m quite a racer and love edgy driving, so follow me for Caterwil test in extreme conditions :D
      Many thanks to Ivan Nevzorov for his invention, really hope next one will be the flying wheelchair!

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