The freedom to be yourself
When it comes to technology, it’s easy to get geeky. It can be fascinating to check out the technical specs and delve into the pros and cons of the product features. And while going for the latest fancy widget is appealing, it’s great to take a step back and remember that technology is a tool, and as such, is it fit for the job you want it to do?
When it comes to powerchairs from Karma Mobility, we have such a wide range of options available with so many customisable features we are sure that we have something to suit your unique needs. And when you speak to our dealers you’ll see that they always keep in mind the end goal: how will this enhance the user’s lifestyle?
Designed for your life
We know that as well as being awesome pieces of tech, our powerchairs are much more than that for you: they are freedom, the freedom to live life the way you want to, whatever your mobility issues. We have chairs that are lightweight and easy to manoeuvre, ones that fold up neatly into a car boot or storage cupboard. We have chairs that can cope with rugged environments, or the procession of pavements on the school run or the way to the local shops.
We supply powerchairs with long-life batteries, so you can explore further afield without worrying about your chair letting you down. And you can choose from a huge range of accessories and customisable features for powerchairs to create the chair that works for you and your family. These include:
- Adjustable and moveable footrests and armrests
- Varying seat sizes
- Different kinds of joysticks
- Tray tables
- Drinks holders
- Back-of-the-seat bags
Find out more
Call, email or visit a Karma Mobility dealer today and find out how we can help you to get a powerchair that will support you to have the freedom and lifestyle you want. We recommend that you browse our online catalogue to find the model you want, then call your local dealer to arrange a test run. The dealer can also advise you about sources of funding to help pay for your powerchair.
Categorised in: Powerchairs
This post was written by Todd Rich