Supplier Stanley is to demonstrate its expansive portfolio of mobility solutions on stand F52 at the upcoming Naidex show this month.
The firm’s range consists of wheelchair stairclimbers, mobility chairs, and the innovative Nu-Drive Air wheelchair propulsion solution. The Jolly provides the option for users own wheelchairs to be secured via a quick attach mechanism and then uses a powered track drive to transport the user up and down stairs with comfort and safety.
The Tolo machine is a comfortable chair with a three-wheel design that easily tackles most standard and non-standard staircases. This model is uniquely designed to allow many adjustments and accessories to be utilised to cater for many types of individual needs. The seat is fully equipped with foldable armrests, headrest, and adjustable footrest to optimise user comfort.
Nu-Drive is a new innovative technology which enables a new way to propel any traditional wheelchair. By attaching the Nu-Drive system to each wheel the user can propel themselves forward, backward, manoeuvre and brake. Its lightweight `snap-lock` mechanism can be fitted to a wheelchair in a matter of seconds. This unique product is designed to not only improve user movability but physical well-being and comfort.
Stanley also provides national maintenance, parts, and training services via a team of mobile engineers who will look after and certificate all equipment throughout its lifetime. All products are backed by a 12-month parts guarantee and can be purchased through one of Stanley’s flexible finance packages.
In addition to its demonstration, Stanley will also be taking part in three talks over the course of the event. These will be taking place in the Children and Trade theatre.