Drive DeVilbiss pushes agility and versatility with new Titan powerchair

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Drive DeVilbiss’s latest addition to its Titan range of powerchairs champions maneuverability and versatility as the trend continues for compact models.       

The Titan AXS is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use and has a turning radius of 20 inches. It is designed to maneuver effortlessly around tight corners.

The model is designed to be sleek and stable and features interchangeable colour panels in red and blue. It is also designed for optimal drive tractions on gradients with a climbing angle up to 6o.

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Powerful 320W motors give a maximum speed of 4mph and a range of 19 miles on a full battery charge.

Drive has made a point of considering user safety in the new powerchair. A total of six wheels provide added stability, with middle wheels measuring 25cm (10”) and front and rear castors measuring 15cm (6”).

Solid and durable puncture-proof tyres ensure low maintenance requirements, the company says. The footplate is both angle and height adjustable to facilitate transfers, and rear anti-tip wheels and a seatbelt are included as standard.

The high back, height adjustable seat also features an adjustable headrest for added comfort, with a swivel function to enable safe and easy transfers on and off the chair. In addition, the moulded PU armrests are width, height and angle adjustable to suit individual preferences and flip up easily to allow improved access to tables and desks.

The Titan AXS includes a ‘freewheel’ mode to allow use of the powerchair without switching the motor on, and the LiNX programmable controller can be positioned anywhere on the chair to provide an easy and enjoyable driving experience.

The Titan AXS powerchair has a total weight of 78kgs (base 40kg, seat 18kgs, batteries 20kgs) and a maximum user weight capacity of 136kgs (21 stone).

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