What’s new? Drop down joystick

Magic Mobility’s engineers are always looking for ways to improve user experience in powered wheelchairs. We’ve created a new drop down joystick to enable wheelchair users to get closer to tables, desks, and even the car steering wheel. Watch our video This option allows users to vary the height of their joystick, so that they… Read more »

What’s New? Transfer tilt performance improvements

At Magic Mobility, we’re always looking for ways to innovate and improve our users’ experiences. Our engineers have made some changes to the joystick programming for Frontier V6 and V4 models with the transfer tilt power function to resolve barriers to using your anterior and posterior tilt. The improvements to this program include combining the… Read more »

What’s New? Mobility Handles – a step-up in attendant control

Our engineers have been hard at work designing the Mobility Handles, an innovative and intuitive attendant wheelchair controller. The next level in powerchair attendant control, Mobility Handles make navigation and control of the wheelchair easier for those guiding it. The Mobility Handles have been designed to give powerchair users and attendants the confidence to go… Read more »

Specialty drive controls to give you more independence

At Magic Mobility, we understand that our users have different needs and abilities. So, our engineers have designed a range of specialty drive controls that provide you with the options you need to control your powerchair functions. Our specialty drive controls include the head control and chin control units, which are both designed and manufactured… Read more »

What’s New? The Single-Switch Scanner

Our engineers have created a market-leading specialty control called the Single-Switch Scanner, which is designed to give users who have limited hand movement greater control over their wheelchair. Designed in collaboration with Motor Neuron Disease (MND) Victoria and therapists at Calvary Health Care Bethlehem, the Single-Switch Scanner auto scans through directional and power functions so… Read more »