Powerchairs

…In norfolk and suffolk

Powerchairs are primarily used by people who have low physical strength or limited mobility of the arms and hands. With powered wheelchairs it is particularly important to determine in which environments the wheelchair will be used. Some models are better suited to indoor use and other are designed for mostly outdoor use, making them perfect for the terrain around Norfolk and Suffolk. There are also some models that feature a good mix of indoor/outdoor functionality.

Powerchairs

Powerchairs are primarily used by people who have low physical strength or limited mobility of the arms and hands. With powered wheelchairs it is particularly important to determine in which environments the wheelchair will be used. Some models are better suited to indoor use and other are designed for mostly outdoor use. There are also some models that feature a good mix of indoor/outdoor functionality.

Sunrise Medical Powerchairs

The QUICKIE powered wheelchair range from Sunrise Medical would be an excellent choice indoors or out, Their electric wheelchairs are available with a host of drive bases, seating systems and expandable control systems.

Quantum Powerchairs

Quantum Rehab® has a range of power bases with various drive configurations, each incorporating various components in order to accommodate even the most comprehensive needs that require a complex rehab product.

Kymco Powerchairs

Kymco are well known for their popular range of mobility scooters, but they also produce a small range of powerchairs. Whilst the range isn’t as configurable as those available from Quickie or Quantum, they represent excellent value.

Whill Powerchairs

The WHILL Model C is a Japanese-made mobility vehicle that has been named by TIME magazine as one of the world’s top 50 inventions. It is lightweight, extremely manouverable and is easily disassembled into three parts.