If your Trezor hardware wallet is lost, stolen or damaged but you have the recovery seed backed up securely, your funds can easily be recovered to any other BIP39-compatible wallet. Most mobile, desktop and hardware wallets use BIP39 standard for recovery, meaning most products will work for this.
Before restoring your wallet, make sure to check that the new wallet is from a legitimate source and there are no major security risks. Generally, it is best to restore your funds to a device that is not capable of connecting to the internet, so it is best to use another hardware wallet. Do not panic as rushing this process could result in loss of funds due to using a malicious app or other security oversights.
Recovering a wallet seed using a new Trezor hardware wallet is a straightforward and secure process. Once you select how many words the seed uses, you will enter your recovery seed directly on the device if using a Trezor Model T. With a Trezor Model One the process requires you to enter words using your computer in a random order to protect from keyloggers.