The right power wheelchair is one that increases your mobility and maximises your comfort. Finding the right powerchair can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Magic Mobility Founder Ash is helping to break down the importance of the wheelbase, what impact it has on a wheelchair, and why it’s often down to your… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Frontier V4
Below you will find the latest articles which were tagged: Frontier V4.
Peta is fiercely independent and won’t let her condition stop her from living her live the way she wants. She strives to reach her goals and is determined to not let her disability define her. “The most important things to me in my life are my independence and freedom, just like anyone else,” Peta says…. Read more »
Magic Mobility powerchairs are engineered to take you where you want to go. Our team designs power wheelchairs that tackle your terrain, whether that’s urban, suburban, or off-road. Getting where you want to go and back again comes down to your power wheelchair’s motors, tyres and batteries. From getting off-road and off the map in… Read more »
Did you know that Magic Mobility users are more likely to spend more time in their powerchair each day in comparison to other brands? We know that this is because they are busy, involved and active people. Magic Mobility users Nate, Blair and Jillian share how they stay comfortable in their Magic Mobility powerchairs. Nate,… Read more »
Blair, from Queensland Australia, always wanted a docking pin, but didn’t want it to interfere or get in the way when it wasn’t being used. When he heard about our retractable docking pin, he knew he had to have one on his new Frontier V4 RWD. Docking pins are a great way to safely tether… Read more »
We had a chat to Magic Mobility users Mark, Peta and Carl about how their powerchairs give them the independence to get down to work. Watch the video to hear them talk about their favourite features that give them independence in the workplace, at home and out and about with friends. Mark is a consultant… Read more »