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Ottobock’s Juvo range gains a new addition engineered for comfort

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Ottobock’s newest sit-and-drive power wheelchair has been designed with reliability and comfort in mind, the company has said.

The Wingus, which is made in Germany, has a reduced appearance and clear lines thanks to its cantilever frame construction, making it a valuable addition to the well-known Juvo family.

It gives the power wheelchair lightness and offers the user optimal seating comfort for both indoors and outdoors.

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The robust cantilever frame compensates unevenness in the floor and ensures greater comfort.

Ottobock designed the rear wheel drive power wheelchair as an entry level model with numerous adjustment possibilities.

The back and seat depth can be individually adjusted and the arm supports can be folded back so that users can easily get in and out of the power wheelchair.

With a weight of just 57 kilograms, the Wingus is comparatively light and can be easily loaded into the car.

The wheelchair is equipped with puncture-proof wheels and relies on reliable, long-term tested motors and batteries.

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