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Mobility equipment supplier Rehasense is set to exhibit its full range of mobility solutions at this year’s Naidex, taking place on 6th and 7th July at Birmingham’s NEC.
Several ‘show offers’ will be available to trade customers visiting stand C36, where they can discover more about the range, which includes PAWS (Power Assisted Wheelchair System), Track Wheel and examples from its manual wheelchair and rollator portfolios.
Lee French, Managing Director at Rehasense commented: “We are delighted to once again be attending Naidex. After the last couple of years, it is great to once again be attending events such as Naidex as they provide with a fantastic opportunity to showcase our product range and engage with existing and potentially new dealers, along with healthcare professionals and end-users”.
Products set to be showcased include ‘The City’, an entry-level model in the Assisted Wheelchair Systems range. Available with a 12” or 14” wheel, the City is designed mainly for use around town using the 12” wheel ideal for smooth tarmac roads, while the larger 14” wheel can handle surfaces that are slightly more uneven.
Also featuring will be the Tourer, a top-of-the-range model in the PAWS range which can take wheelchair users across terrain which would normally be inaccessible.
Visitors can get hands-on with the ‘Track Wheel’, which has been designed to transform a standard manual wheelchair into an agile tricycle. The Track Wheel is the ideal companion, whether you are active around town or going for more adventurous days out over rougher terrain, such as in the forest or on the beach.
They can also find out more about the ICON 35BX, the lightest wheelchair in the ICON range and features an ergonomic seat and back angle for a ‘superb’ seating position.
Last year, Cornwall-based Rehasense UK launched a number of new products, including the three Power Assisted Wheelchair Systems (PAWS), the Track Wheel and the Icon 35 transportable lightweight wheelchair range. More recently, the firm has been on a recruitment drive, appointing three new senior members to its sales team to help drive the business forward.