Karma Mobility look to Naidex for triple product launch

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Karma Mobility has confirmed it will be launching three new products at this year’s Naidex trade exhibition.

Describing the event as the “perfect” time to reveal its new offering, the Karma team confirmed it would be on hand throughout to demonstrate and assist with the products.

Mark Duffield, general manager at Karma Mobility, said: “Naidex is the perfect event for us to launch these new products as we will be able to gather feedback over the two days from end users, retailers and healthcare professionals, all of whom are vital user groups to us as a business.”

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As part of the announcement, Karma gave a brief synopsis of the three products it is ready to launch:

The Blazer:

The latest version of the Blazer powerchair from Karma Mobility has new features which include a folding backrest which features a height of 540mm compared to the previous height of 460mm along with a reduced overall width of 580mm which was previously 600mm. 

The company said the latest enhancement follows the recent introduction of a Captains seat which has been designed to provide the user with increased levels of comfort and postural support. 

The Agile:

Also making its debut at Naidex will be the Agile – the latest addition to Karma Mobility’s comprehensive range of lightweight manual wheelchairs.  With a taller than normal 51cm tension adjustable backrest, 18” seat depth, three seat widths of 16”, 18” and 20” and a maximum user capacity of 125kg the Agile has been designed to be suitable for most potential users. 

As with every Karma Mobility wheelchair, the Agile has been created to help both the user and carer with features such as the 80˚ removeable footrests and flip back arm rests which ensure a safe transfer is possible from either side.  Height adjustable armrests and elevating foot rests are also available.

The Morgan:

The Morgan powerchair is now available with a highly configurable Versus Seat which can be adjusted from 337mm to 662mm in width and from 150mm to 600mm (stepless) in depth should the standard seat not be suitable for the user. This latest addition to the Morgan also offers a power seat lift of 300mm, a power recline of 45˚, power tilt of 45˚and a power elevating leg rest of 60˚. 

The Morgan has been described as ‘a great all-round companion’ with excellent indoor and outdoor capabilities plus a small turning circle of just 65cm for superb indoor control that is provided by the mid-wheel drive.

At the 2019 AMP Awards, Karma supported a category and Mark Duffield was on stage to present the award.

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