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Motivation Multisport

Motivation Multisport

Here’s a premier entry-level, court-based wheelchair tough enough to be used across a wide range of sports and activities, including basketball, tennis and lacrosse. The Multisport is ideal for individual use or by multiple athletes at schools, clubs or community sports programs. These durable chairs utilize two sport mini caster wheels at the front and one sport anti-tip wheel in the rear to provide good maneuverability on multiple court surfaces. The chairs use common wheel and bearing sizes and have also been designed so that parts are easy to replace or repair.

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Numotion

SoftWheel

SoftWheel

The SoftWheel suspension system for manual wheelchairs comprises three shock absorbers located inside the wheel. That translates into a rigid ride on flat surfaces for maximum stability, and compression to absorb impact on bumpy terrains for a cush-to travel easily over curbs, cobblestones and other rough surfaces without suffering major impact to their spines and backs. SoftWheels are available in magnesium or aluminum models and are constructed as single-piece, rigid forms for added strength. SoftWheels are currently for sale in more than 20 countries worldwide.

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Numotion

TEK RMD

TEK RMD

The latest introduction (at press time) to Numotion’s online store is the TEK RMD (for “robotic mobilization device”) from Matia Robotics. Numotion, TEK’s exclusive American distributor, describes it as a motorized standing movement device for manual wheelchair users, who can transfer into and operate the TEK independently thanks to its design. Boarding the TEK is done from the back of the device, and it uses a gas spring mechanism to balance the weight of the user. The TEK could draw comparisons in various ways to a patient lift, a standing frame and a manual wheelchair. But in function and operation (it drives via a joystick), TEK has unique qualities, including a smaller footprint than a traditional standing frame, and a smaller turning footprint and a more upright stance than a traditional standing wheelchair, which could make it easier for TEK users to reach and engage in various activities while standing. A remote control enables users to independently bring the TEK to them and send it away.

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