Karma Mobility – Stand N10103
About Karma Mobility
Established in 1987, Karma Medical produced Taiwan’s first aluminium wheelchair and has continued to develop wheelchairs and powerchairs for more than three decades. In 1999, Karma Mobility took over the exclusive distribution rights for Karma Medical’s innovative products in the UK and EIRE.
Dedicated to its mobility retailer network, the ISO:9001 registered company has developed a reputation for product quality and customer service amongst dealers in the industry.
The company sells a range of lightweight, self-propelled wheelchairs and transit wheelchairs, as well as various powerchairs.
Products to keep an eye out for…
On stand N10103, Karma Mobility will be showcasing the VIP2, features a 35-degree tilt and available with either a backrest with fixed recline positions or an adjustable reclining back of 30 degrees.
The recline angle of the fixed backrest is adjustable from -5 degrees to 15 degrees. The VIP2 also comes with an adjustable headrest with a greater range of position options while other enhancements include a deeper seat for taller users and a tension adjustable backrest which were very popular options on the VIP-515, according to the company.
The E-Flexx powered wheelchair from Karma Mobility will also be on stand N10103. Described as one of the lightest foldable powered wheelchairs currently available, the chair features lithium batteries.
Standard features include reinforced double cross braces for increased levels of user comfort & safety, as well as comfortable air mesh upholstery.
Additional features include foldable push handles to help with folding, swing away footrests which enable the chair to be used in confined spaces and to get close to a chair or bed; an angle adjustable backrest for increased comfort; and height adjustable flip-back armrests with integrated locking system for transferring.
Optional extras include attendant steering handles and parallel swing away joystick controls.
Now available with a folding backrest, the Blazer powerchair joins the VIP2 and E-Flexx and will be on stand N10103.
According to Karma Mobility, the folding backrest will reduce the size of the Blazer when users want to get it into a car.
Described as a compact indoor/outdoor powerchair, the Blazer can easily be adjusted to meet the specific requirements of the user and is perfect for use in confined spaces due to its dimensions which are 60cm overall width and 100cm length.
Additionally, thanks to its standard large front casters and rear wheel suspension, the Blazer is equally at home when being used in an outdoor environment. There are two-speed options on the Blazer – 4mph and 6mph – and in addition to the standard batteries, larger versions are available should the user require an increased range.
Products and people to see at this year’s Naidex…