Leading retailer Recare will be showcasing the Ottobock range at RISE4Disability Peterborough on 12 July, with the new Zenit active manual wheelchair and the B4 Power wheelchair being on hand. Both users and prescribing professionals will be able to take a close up look at the new products as well as the Klaxon handbikes and the Ventus manual wheelchair.
On your (hand)bike
Klaxon handbikes are available in powered, manual or hybrid variants, giving manual wheelchair users all the options. With the mounting bracket available to fit folding and rigid wheelchairs, the Klaxon Kick range offers the choice of making getting out and about easier, maintaining and building physical fitness or a combination of both.
Joining the fold
The Zenit joins the Ventus in the Ottobock manual wheelchair range, complementing the rigid frame Ventus with its folding technology and a frame body option of aluminium or carbon fibre. With a frame weight of 8.5Kg and choice of leg angles (75 and 85 degrees), the Zenit goes head to head against the Kuschall Champion, Sunrise Xenon2 and Quickie Krypton F.
More power to you
The Ottobock Juvo range offers front, mid and rear wheel drive powerchairs. With integrated drive wheel suspension and LED lighting available across the range, the Juvo is designed to be easily maintained through simple clear design.
Join in at RISE 4 Disability
We’re looking forward to having a close look at RISE 4 Disability and you should too – here’s why: the Ventus is a great rigid frame wheelchair, so to see the adjustability applied to a folding wheelchair from someone with the expertise such as Ottobock is exciting alone; combining that with the options of Klaxon handbikes makes it awesome.
Then we come to the very versatile Juvo range. The Juvo offers a choice in drive point, customisation and modular seating. It means that the wheelchair can change with a user’s clinical needs, whilst getting full life use from the power base. It’s incredibly versatile and for prescribers particularly, should be considered when supporting mid-to-complex needs.
You can visit Recare on stand D18 at Rise4Disability and if you don’t yet have your FREE ticket – click here!