Karma looks to bolster network after wheelchair launch

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Karma Mobility is confident about expanding its network of retailers after launching two new manual wheelchairs at Trade Days, which it says were received well by punters.

The supplier used the event in Birmingham as a platform to launch four new products, the VIP2 tilt in space, the E-Flexx, and two wheelchairs.

The VIP2 is an upgrade of the VIP self-propelled manual chair but now features a tilt in space function, deeper seat and more space to fit third party backs and lateral supports.

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Additional features include adjustable height, flip back armrests, footrest hangers that swing in and out, ergonomic headrest and lumbar support. The wheelchair is foldable which means it can be easily transported and stored.

The E-Flexx builds on the success of the Flexx lightweight manual wheelchair, providing a lightweight powerchair designed to be ideal for travelling.

Karma’s general manager, Mark Duffield, said: “We were delighted by the reception our new products received over the two days. Trade Days provides us with an excellent opportunity to engage with many of our retailers and also meet with organisations which are interested in possibly joining our UK retailer network.”

Supplying the NHS and numerous mobility retailers throughout the UK with its high quality wheelchairs, Karma Mobility aims to ensure that the design of every product is extensively tested and evaluated before being placed on the market.

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