Precision Rehab has hailed a successful Naidex exhibition, with its range of power chairs receiving “rave reviews” from end users, the trade and healthcare professionals.
The recently launched Paravan PR35, PR35S, PR25 and TrackMaster all received positive feedback at the show, which took place last week.
Director Matt James explained: “The quality of visitors to our stand over the two days was extremely good and the latest additions to our product portfolio proved to be extremely popular with visitors. Over the two days we spoke to a variety of end users, healthcare professionals and members of the trade and booked a high number of assessments which exceeded our expectations.
“It has been a long time since we have been able to engage with so many people and we are looking forward to carrying out these assessments over the coming weeks and helping more people find their perfect powerchair solution”.
With a chassis width of 57cm, which is 30% smaller than the PR40 and a maximum user weight of 80kg, the front wheel drive PR35 is a paediatric sized powerchair for children and smaller people.
The PR35S has the same dimensions as the PR35 and is the smallest standing powerchair currently available in the UK. Standard powered features on both models include lying, seat lift, Tilt in space with anterior tilt, recline backrest with incorporated anti-sheer and elevating leg rests.
All models have been crash tested to ensure they can be safely used in vehicles with manual tie down or docking systems.
The PR25, which was a finalist in the Naidex Innovation Award, uses automatic stabilizer wheels to enable the seat system to be powered from a normal seat height to floor position allowing children to access the chair from ground level, it is also suitable for small adults.
Also on display was the all-terrain, track-based TrackMaster powerchairs, the MK-1 and the MK-1X, both of which have been designed to take the user where they want to go independently.