Wednesday, 3 June 2015

New Folding Shower-Commode Wheelchair

A wheelchair assists people to become more mobile and independent. There are many different types of wheelchairs that are used for various reasons. It is important to understand the limitations and safe operation of whatever wheelchair choose. Power wheelchair is appropriate if unable to propel a manual wheelchair or if need to reduce the strain on shoulders and arms so can continue to perform transfers safely. The choice of power chair will depend on many factors, including the kind of surface conditions the chair will be driven over, the need to negotiate thresholds and curbs, and clearance widths in usual environment. There are several different types of drive controls on the market that people who can't use a conventional joystick such as head control, breath control and proximity switch control to name a few. In addition to control options some
Electric Wheelchairs offer power tilt/recline seats or elevating seats which require an above normal level of controls for them to function.

Karma KP 80 Power Wheelchair:

Karma KP 80 Power Wheelchair
Karma KP 80 Power Wheelchair
Net Price:Rs301840


Karma latest power standing wheelchair is now available in India. Power Standing wheelchair - Increase your freedom Stand up again improve your independence and be find of your body

  • Power standing
  • Swing-away controller
  • Power Recline function
  • Front wheel drive
  • Flip-back Ergonomic arm pad
  • Knee support
  • Multiple adjustments - seat depth, footplate height, armrest height
  • Parking Brake
  • 50AH Battery

Bathroom wheelchairs (also known as shower wheelchairs) are designed to make hygiene maintenance easier for those who find it difficult or impossible to make it to the lavatory. These chairs typically feature an opening in the seat to allow users to toilet themselves while remaining on the chair and rust-resistant frames for use in the shower. Bear in mind that, when transferring chair into the shower, will most likely need a caregiver to assist. Commode Wheel Chair that are widely used for patients in elderly age. These chairs are provided with chrome plated steel frame and foldable drop back handle that guarantees quick action. These are designed with commode bucket seat to facilitate the patient for easy and comfortable discharge. Commode Wheelchairs which are specially designed for aged and physically challenged people. These Wheelchair Shower can be used for indoor toilet purposes. Fabricated using quality raw material, these wheelchairs are suitable for domestic and hospital purpose.

Commode Wheelchair Rainbow 7
Commode Wheelchair Rainbow 7
Net Price:Rs6294

Commode Wheelchair Rainbow 7:
Karma commode wheelchair rainbow 7 comes with lot of exiting features for elderly or physically challenged person who want commode in wheelchair. Karma Rainbow 7 has single seat with center cut commode having cushion cover on top and removable Pan With Lid And Handle. Rear Wheel Lock Facility and Tyre are Solid Tube Less

Karma Commode Wheelchair Rainbow 7 Features:
  • Frame Material : M.S.Chrome Plated
  • Single Seat with center cut commode 
  • Both Option Available In Single Seat
  • Plastic Commode Seat With Pot.
  • Cushioned Top Cover
  • Round Pan Commode Pan 
  • Removable Pan

Karma Commode Wheelchair Rainbow 7 Measurements:
  • Frame Style : Foldable
  • Frame Material: M.S.Chrome Plated
  • Open Position Wheel To Wheel Width In : 26” (Inches) 
  • Seat Width : 18” (Inches)
  • Total Width in Closing Position: 11” (Inches)
  • Rear Wheel Size: 24”(Inches)
  • Front Wheel Size: 8” (inches)
  • Seat to Floor Height : 19”(inches)
  • Seat Depth : 18”(inches)
  • Total Height : 34” (inches)
  • Max User Weight Capacity : 110 (kgs)
  • Net Weight : 19.5 (kgs)
  • Armrest: Fixed
  • Footrest: Fixed
  • Wheel Quality: Rear Tyre Solid Tube Less
  • Rear Wheel Lock: Yes
  • Hand Brakes: No
  • Drop Back Handle: No
  • Plastic Commode Seat With Pot.
  • Cushioned Top Cover
  • Round Commode Pan 
  • Removable Pan
  • Pan With Lid And Handle

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