M3 Corpus

M3 Corpus

Permobil fans might have seen this coming when the manufacturer’s front-wheel-drive F3 and F5 power bases launched last year, and at the International Seating Symposium in March, the company made its new mid-wheel-drive power base official. The M3 has some familiar characteristics to those who know the F3/F5 series, but the new arrival has plenty more to boast about. Consider the added stability via a unique suspension geometry and linear spring design, plus a patent-pending FlexLink suspension for advanced vibration reduction. These additions enable the M3 to achieve full suspension at any seat elevation (up to 12" of elevation available as an option). When the seat is elevated, the seating system moves rearward 3.5" to optimize the M3’s stability — and the M3 can drive up to 3.2 mph at that 12" elevated height. The Corpus seating system also offers 0-50° posterior tilt and options of 5°, 10° or 20° of anterior tilt to promote what Permobil is calling the Active Reach positions that can facilitate activities and transfers. The M3 Corpus has a 300-lb. weight capacity, a maximum speed of 6 mph, seat-to-floor heights starting at 17.5", and 85-120° (manual) or 85-180° (power) recline.

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