Karma Mobility adds new and updated power and manual wheelchairs to its portfolio
Karma Mobility is bolstering its portfolio with three new models: the latest version of the Blazer, the lightweight Agile, and the versatile Morgan.
The powerchair and lightweight manual wheelchair supplier, which sells through its network of hundreds of mobility retailers across the UK, will showcase all three new models at this year’s Naidex.
On the stand will be Karma Mobility’s compact indoor/outdoor Blazer powerchair, the latest version of the popular collection which features a new folding backrest boasting a 540mm height – an extension on the previous 460mm backrest. In addition, the company has reduced the width to 580mm against the former 600mm, whilst keeping the length at 1000mm.
These latest enhancements follow the recent introduction of a Captain’s Seat for more comfort and postural support. Users also have the option of a sling seat which can have a seat depth of 16 inches to 18 inches, adjustable backrest with a range of -3 degrees to 12 degrees, flip back armrests with 250-320mm height adjustable arm pads, as well as an adjustable headrest system.
Joining the Blazer on stand N572 will be the brand-new Agile lightweight manual wheelchair.
With a taller than normal 510mm tension adjustable backrest, 18-inch seat depth, three seat widths of 16 inches, 18 inches and 20 inches and a maximum user capacity of 125kg, the Agile has been designed to be meet the needs of most wheelchair users.
Created to aid both the user and carer, the crash-tested Agile includes 80-degree removable footrests and flip back armrests, as well as optional height-adjustable armrests and elevating footrests.
Available with a white, black and pearl silver frame and a choice of black or grey upholstery, the manual wheelchair can be fitted with 14-inch, 22-inch and 24-inch quick-release wheels and can be converted from a transit to a self-propel wheelchair.
Last but not least is the Morgan powerchair, which features a highly configurable Versus Seat which can be adjusted from 337mm to 662mm in width and from 150mm to 600mm (stepless) in depth, should the standard seat not be suitable for the user.
This latest addition to the Morgan also offers a power seat lift of 300mm, a power recline of 45 degrees, power tilt of 45 degrees and a power elevating leg rest of 60 degrees.
Additionally, a width of 600mm its turning circle of 650mm enables enhanced indoor control provided by the mid-wheel drive whilst the independent suspension and power motor allows the powerchair to navigate rough terrains.
Karma Mobility says the team will be on stand N572 to demonstrate the new additions to its product portfolio throughout Naidex, as well as discuss potential retailer opportunities.
Mark Duffield, General Manager, Karma Mobility, commented: “Naidex is the perfect event for us to launch these new products as we will be able to gather feedback over the two days from end-users, retailers and healthcare professionals, all of whom are vital user groups to us as a business.”https://thiis.co.uk/karma-mobility-adds-new-and-updated-power-and-manual-wheelchairs-to-its-portfolio/https://i0.wp.com/thiis.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Morgan-Versus_LM.jpg?fit=900%2C600&ssl=1https://i0.wp.com/thiis.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Morgan-Versus_LM.jpg?resize=150%2C150&ssl=1Events & ExhibitionsNewsroomSupplier NewsTrade NewsAgile,Blazer,Karma Mobility,manual wheelchair,Morgan,Naidex,powerchair,wheelchairKarma Mobility is bolstering its portfolio with three new models: the latest version of the Blazer, the lightweight Agile, and the versatile Morgan.The powerchair and lightweight manual wheelchair supplier, which sells through its network of hundreds of mobility retailers across the UK, will showcase all three new models at...Calvin BarnettCalvin Barnettcalvin@thiis.co.ukAdministratorTHIIS Magazine