Remploy releases Stowaway

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

Remploy Mobility say they are at the forefront of proven wheelchair design and development, and have a long established reputation for innovation. A classic example of this, says the company, is Stowaway, which it describes as the chair for the discerning occasional user. “Whether going on holiday, dining out, shopping or simply visiting family or friends, this highly adaptable, ultra compact, lightweight chair (only l4kgs ) is ideal for the occasional user,” says Remploy. Remploy Mobility¹s sales and marketing manager David Gallant said the Stowaway is easy to use and easy to transport, and would easily fit into the boot of the car or large luggage compartment. “The two-way folding system folds the chair down to the size of a large holdall, making it easier to store and extremely transportable,” Mr Gallant said. Many of today¹s wheelchair users are looking for durable, robust, yet easy to use products that give them the freedom they desire. The Stowaway certainly does this ­ it delivers the ideal transpor

Comments are closed.

Latest blog posts

The NHS and all that jazz

By Caring Times editor GEOFF HODGSON

Last week the National Health Service marked its 70th anniversary. The irony is that, when this all too human institution...

The bland leaving the bland?

By guest blogger JEF SMITH

The headline for an interview which Sir David Behan, the Care Quality Commission’s departing chief executive, gave to The Guardian...

IT comes to CQC

By guest blogger JOHN BURTON

This month, IT is coming to CQC in person. David Behan is leaving, and DB’s replacement is IT, Ian Trenholm...