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Streamline your powerchair ride
Looking for sleek lines and to seamlessly move from point A to B? We’ve got the goods. Our luggage and carry-all upgrades for your chair, and a One-Click-Activator that lets you seamlessly traverse different terrains without having to stop-start!
We all know that negotiating life’s challenges can be made a heck of a lot easier when you’ve got space to put your bag.
Getting around town, or even getting off-road, is all made much easier when you can store what you need.
Our luggage racks give you increased independence, by allowing you to carry your own bigger cases without having to rely upon others. Perfect for that shopping trip.
We also craft dedicated accessory bags in either an A3 or an A4 size, and they perfectly attach to your chair. With a sleek look they mask your personal items and keep them safe while also giving you freedom of manoeuvrability.
Magic Mobility has a wide range of special additions that make your chair your own. From keepsake secret boxes to bag hooks, tables and drinks holders, Magic Mobility can tailor your powered wheelchair experience so you can get about your day without fuss.
Do you know those days when you’re so busy, you just can’t tolerate having to slow down to make a change on your chair to deal with the terrain? Then take a look at our One-Click-Activator. When combined with the CJSM2 joystick it gives you the added benefit of changing your power function while you’re on-the-go.
If you’re travelling at speed and see bumps ahead, you can elevate your footplates to compensate and just keep moving!
You can operate up to five power functions with a simple click. The One-Click-Activator can also be attached to your chair precisely where you need it – either giving you direct access to it, or allowing an attendant to reach it for you.
Are there other things that you’d like to see added to your chair to improve your travel? Drop us a line to let us know!
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