Actilite wheelchair is robust and light


Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Due to the high demand, Remploy Mobility, who say they are at the forefront of wheelchair design and development, have launched the children¹s 10″ Actilite wheelchair to satisfy customer requirements. Remploy says the 10″ Actilite is lightweight ­ only 15kg ­ yet the construction is extremely robust giving the wheelchair durability with the minimum of maintenance. Remploy Mobility¹s sales and marketing manager David Gallant described the 10″ Actilite as highly adjustable by design, giving occupants enhanced mobility and self efficiency. “Many of today¹s youngsters are fashion conscious and active and we have designed the 10″ Actilite to reflect their aspirations, as well as the prescribed clinical need,” Mr Gallant said. The Actilite is available in a choice of 4 colours ­ blue, yellow, red and black. “Easy to fold, Actilite is very transportable, making it the ideal wheelchair for youngsters and carers,” Mr Gallant said. “The Actilite range also takes into account the needs of the short or long term oc





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