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Karma Mobility is pleased to announce seat upgrades to its S-Ergo 115 and

S-Ergo 125 manual wheelchairs.

The S-Ergo 115 Tall and S-Ergo 125 Tall now feature a maximum seat depth of 19” making both models ideal for taller users.  “Following the success of the S-115-Tall_S-25x25cmx300dpirecent launch of the Flexx Tall, the design team at Karma Mobility’s manufacturing HQ in Taiwan took the decision to offer the same seating option for the S-Ergo models” commented Mark Duffield, General Manager, Karma Mobility.

Both models are available as a transit or self-propel model and are made from lightweight aircraft grade aluminium weighing just 8kg (18lbs) and 9kg (20lbs) respectively when broken down once the wheels and footplates have been removed making them two of the company’s lightest crash tested wheelchairs.  The 115 and 125 incorporate the patented S-Ergo seat system which promotes pressure relief by spreading the user’s weight over a wider area which also increases stabilisation and reduces sliding.  Increased levels of strength and durability are provided by the frame which consists of oval tubed double cross braces.

Additional standard features on the S-Ergo 115 Tall and S-Ergo 125 Tall include slowing brakes, quick release wheels, swing away footrests and detachable upholstery for ease of cleaning.

“We hope this latest enhancement to our range of manual wheelchairs will further help support our retailers when they are talking to customers looking for a suitable wheelchair to meet their requirements” concluded Mark.

Supplying the NHS and numerous mobility retailers throughout the UK with its high-quality wheelchairs, Karma Mobility ensures that the outstanding design of every product is extensively tested and evaluated before being placed on the market. All Karma products therefore stand the test of time and prove to be an excellent long term investment.  For more information or to discuss potential retailer opportunities  call 0845 630 3436.


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