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Tilt In Space Wheelchair
Multifunctional comfort wheelchair with Sedeo Pro seating system.
Looking for a tilt-in-space wheelchair that’s robust, highly versatile and offers ultimate seating comfort? Our multifunctional Ibis comfort wheelchair with Sedeo Pro seating system offers excellent adaptability and allows for easy customisation to suit individual requirements (in case of changing needs or re-use).
Whilst offering maximum comfort and excellent driving characteristics, you’re encouraged to make maximum use of your own capabilities, thus enhancing independence. Small wheels or large wheels? Choose the configuration that suits your needs, or use the Ibis as carrier for a special seating system.
Ergonomic seating comfort
The award-winning Sedeo Pro seating system offers a new level of seating comfort, combining a highly functional and adjustable seat frame with a wide choice of interchangeable support and positioning options. To ensure optimal variation in seating posture, the Ibis comfort wheelchair comes with 30° tilt adjustment – easy to operate by the carer or the user. Unique manually elevating central legrest with length compensating capabilities available as option.
Total flexibility, easy to work with
Truly modular in design, the highly adjustable Ibis tilt-in-space wheelchair offers the flexibility you need to create a perfect fit for every client, also in case of changing needs or re-use, with ease and cost-effectively. Quick and easy to adjust with only one tool and easy to clean with waterproof, breathable and washable cushion covers – with zippers -, and high finishing of components. Ideal for home and hospital use.
Excellent driving and foot-propelling
The adjustable wheel position coupled with unparalleled seat width adjustment ensures a smooth ride and maximum manoeuvrability at all times. Low seat height – from 39 cm – and plenty of leg space allow for easy foot-propelling. For an easy transfer, simply swing away or remove the armrest and/or legrests.
PowerSupport attendant control
Combine the Ibis tilt-in-space wheelchair with the state-of-the-art PowerSupport attendant control, offering extra support when needed. Due to the direct drive motors in the 12” wheels ‘pushing’ is easy, even if the carer is older or less able. Enjoy more freedom to move – together.
Width:660 / 700 / 740 mm (20″ / 22″/ 24″ wheels); 625 mm (12″ / 16″ wheels)
Seat Width:400 – 540 mm
Seat Depth:440 – 600 mm
Seat Height:320 – 470 mm (excl. cushion)
Seat Angle:0 – 6 °
Backrest Height:500 – 640 mm
Back Recline:89 – 128 °
Maximum User Weight:160 kg
Total Weight:42 kg (20″ / 22″/ 24″ wheels); 40 kg (12″ / 16″ wheels
The market leading Invacare REA Passive chairs offer perfect fit and comfort, with a wide selection of models, options and compatibility across the range. REA has developed a range of models, each highly adjustable to provide a better fit for the individual. All chairs can be quickly and easily adjusted if conditions change, and come with the Invacare Dual Stability System® (DSS).
The Invacare® Rea Dahlia has it all – a slim and compact wheelbase in a modern design. It incorporates an adjustable centre of gravity option, low seat heights and a light and easy tilt and recline function. For those seeking mobility with comfort and pressure relief, this versatile chair is perfect for both passive and active clients alike.
FREEDOM NXT TILT-IN SPACE WHEELCHAIR
The Freedom NXT from Freedom Designs
The next generation in tilt-in-space wheelchairs designed for growing children on the go. It combines adjustability with a lightweight, folding frame that’s easy to transport.
The tilt-in-space mechanism makes it quick and simple to adjust for optimum posture, and offers
Powerchair batteries should be charged after every use for no less than 8 hours, in most situations clients use the chair throughout the day, put it on charge in the evening and the take it off charge the next morning. It is important to note that if the chair is not used for a particular length of time that the chair still needs to be charged, if possible select a day during the week and put the chair on an overnight charge every week it’s not in use.
There are too many variables such as chair type, battery size, powered seat functions in use, charge process, terrain etc to give any exact information however there are certain manufacturers that build in software for you to connect to and receive up-to date information on battery life.
The high risk nature of a cushion is indeed relating to pressure relief but not necessarily because of any historical issues. The support provided by this level of cushion offers structural positioning as well as pressure relief for anyone sitting for a considerable length of time. Meaning that regardless of your situation, if you’re spending a lot of time in your chair then it is very important that you invest in a suitable cushion to support you for the duration.
In terms of manoeuvrability a compact, mid-wheel drive (MWD) chair is definitely the superior option. Due to the main wheels being centred directly under the seat it allows the chair to turn around that axis, the wheels turn in opposite directions to each other similar to a rowing boat or caterpillar tracks when turning which keeps the turning circle extremely tight. In addition to this, unlike a front-wheel drive (FWD) or a rear-wheel drive (RWD) chair there is absolutely no obstruction either behind or in front of you.
Yes they can, all of the prescriptive paediatric chairs supplied by CMS have the ability to adjust by 2-3” inches in either width or depth. The only thing to bear in mind is the change in seat cushion and potentially backrest height.