Tuesday, 22 May 2018

How To Choose a Wheelchair: Wheelchairs Video, Wheelchair India Videos, Viral Video, Latest Video, Side Wheel Attachment Video

How To Choose a Wheelchair: Wheelchairs Video, Wheelchair India Videos, Viral Video, Latest Video, Side Wheel Attachment Video

New Vissco Rodeo Ext Reclining Wheelchair with Commode Best for Handicap People

Reclining Wheelchair is a type of mobility device similar to a standard wheelchair except that its back can be reclined. It is designed for people with limited mobility as a result of illness, injury, or disability who find sitting in an upright position to be uncomfortable or impossible. Vissco Rodeo Ext Reclining Wheelchair with Commode allows several key parts of the device, including the footrests and backrest, to be adjusted to accommodate various needs and positions.

Wheelchair Recliner is available in both folding and rigid models. Folding recliner wheelchairs are convenient if you will be transporting the wheelchair in the trunk of a car or need to store it flat. However, folding wheelchairs are often heavy and require adjusting and locking prior to each use, which impacts their safety and comfort. Rigid models are lightweight — many are made with ultralight materials such as titanium and aircraft aluminum — and usually, offer more customization options and comfort than folding wheelchairs.

Reclining wheelchair With Commode multifunction can be used to lie down, also manual wheelchair with an adjustable treadle up and down or leg rest and can also be used for the toilet with a plastic bucket under the seat and easy to clean it. Reclining wheelchair is very efficient and multifunction because people could use it to get 4 functions in 1 Wheelchair. Reclining Wheelchair with adjustable footrest and commode. 

Reclining Wheelchair With Commode Features
  • Reclining wheelchair can be folded within very easily within seconds, making it easier during travels and outings.
  • The backrest of the chair can be easily reclined, giving the user the freedom to relax by not moving up from the chair.
  • The footrest can be inclined and adjusted so as to make the user comfortable during reclining or otherwise.
  • A well-padded thigh support is an add-on to the footrest.
  • The front and rear wheels of the chair are designed and placed in such a way so as to support the reclining of the user, making it a very safe and friendly wheelchair.
  • The inbuilt commode has its seat just underneath the main seat of the chair; it can be used by just removing the main seat.
  • Reclining Wheelchair can also be folded from between by just removing the commode and the chair's seat.
  • Reclining Wheelchair's functionality gives the user total freedom.
  • Easy to fold and unfold within seconds

Monday, 21 May 2018

Lowest Price Economy Folding Power Wheelchair with Free Shipping

Economy Folding Power Wheelchair
RS 4399
An Economy Folding Power Wheelchair is much more than the standard foldaway wheelchairs you’re used to seeing at hospitals and airports. It’s a technologically advanced, A sophisticated piece of machinery with a variety of functions to make life easier. They usually have anywhere from 4 to 6 wheels, which make them highly maneuverable, As well as a joystick that controls their movement. A Folding Power Wheelchair can go anywhere from 10-20 miles off a single charge, and usually has a variety of seat Movement options so users can recline, sit upright, lean forward, or assume a variety of other positions. There are several advantages to choosing a Folding Power Wheelchair. They tend to be more compact than a mobility scooter and have a smaller turning radius, making them better for tight indoor areas like elevators, bathrooms, and narrow hallways. 

Folding Power Wheelchairs also have highly adaptable seating options, including Differential pressure redistributing cushions and backrests, footrests, and controls that can adjust the wheelchair to just about any position, so that users with posture issues can feel more comfortable for a longer period of time.



Those who are planning to use the chair in an accessible van may find Economy Folding Power Wheelchair easier to secure, which means they provide a safer ride for seniors on The go. Finally, the fact that they are controlled by a joystick means that users who have lost dexterity in their hands, are paralyzed, or suffer from other Disabilities that may make manually controlling a wheelchair more difficult can take full control of their equipment. The joystick can even be programmed to Controllers triggered by mouth, eye, and foot movements, and more.

Saturday, 19 May 2018

Karma Recliner Wheelchair with Folding Commode

Rainbow 8 wheelchairKARMA Recliner Wheelchair With Commode Folding Rainbow 8 is folding type wheelchair with wire wheels resemble standard bicycle wheels. Patients who are expecting high performance from their wheelchairs usually go for this Rainbow 8 wheelchair This wheelchair can be used for indoor toilet purposes and outdoor purpose also. This product class is built around one key feature the capability to adjust the backrest and/or footrest into a reclined position. This feature is especially important to users who find it difficult or impossible to sit in a fully upright position, and users who sleep in their chairs frequently. For those that are looking for a more comfort and toilet facility chair, this product may be a great fit. 

When compared with a similar, non-reclining wheelchair Rainbow 6 and Rainbow 7 reclining wheelchair patients tend to prefer this wheelchair more. This wheelchair can be used by a patient with Stroke patients Paraplegia / Quadriplegia Old age patients Handicapped /disable persons Lower limb illness/injury.

Product Features Benefits Advantages

Commode wheelchairs are designed to make hygiene maintenance easier for those who find it difficult or impossible to make it to the lavatory. These chairs typically feature an opening of the seat to allow users to use the same wheelchair for toilet activity. KARMA Rainbow 8 has the capability to adjust the backrest and footrest into a reclined position. This feature is especially important to users who find it difficult or impossible to sit in a fully upright position, and users who sleep in their chairs frequently. Removable high backrest with head cushion.


  • The wheelchair can be folded within very easily within seconds, making it easier during travels and outings.
  • The backrest of the chair can be easily reclined, giving the user the freedom to relax by not moving up from the chair.
  • The footrest can be inclined and adjusted so as to make the user comfortable during reclining or otherwise.
  • A well-padded thigh support is an add-on to the footrest.
  • The front and rear wheels of the chair are designed and placed in such a way so as to support the reclining of the user, making it a very safe and friendly wheelchair.
  • The inbuilt commode has its seat just underneath the main seat of the chair; it can be used by just removing the main seat.
  • The Wheelchair can also be folded from between by just removing the commode and the chair's seat.
  • This Wheelchair's functionality gives the user total freedom.
  • Easy to fold and unfold within seconds.

Product Specifications Shapes Sizes

SPECIFICATION MEASUREMENT
REAR WHEEL 24 INCHES
FRONT WHEEL 8 INCHES
USER WEIGHT 100 KG
SEAT WIDTH 17 INCHES
SEAT DEPTH 16 INCHES
BACKREST AVAILABLE ( HIGH )
ARMREST FIXED
FOOTREST FIXED
STOOL BUCKET ROUND TYPE
MATERIAL STEEL CHROMED
WHEELCHAIR TYRE REAR TYRE SOLID TUBELESS

Saturday, 12 May 2018

Advantages of Electric Powerd Wheelchair

Vissco Zip Lite Power Wheelchair
Rs: 47999
Power wheelchairs have a great demand among elderly and disabled individuals. Generally, power wheelchair referred to as electric wheelchairs. Basically, the wheelchair is a mobility device that gives an opportunity to sick or a disabled person to move. Functionally, it is a chair mounted on wheels, which can be propelled either manually or electrically. When the wheelchairs are propelled electronically, these are known as electric wheelchairs. Such type of wheel chairs are powered by motors and can be used both in indoors and outdoors.

Some people may require using a wheel chair because of old age, paralysis, weight, degenerating muscle diseases, broken or weak bones or other illnesses. Basically, electric wheelchairs are easy to use because they are powered by batteries and can be controlled by a joystick. Electric wheel chairs are now being designed in a customized way according to the users' requirements. So many advanced technologies like spring suspension, pneumatic wheels and hydraulic systems are being applied. It ensures strength and durability of the wheelchair. There are basically three types of electric wheelchairs. These are including rear-wheel drive, front-wheel drive, and mid-wheel drive.

The most important advantage of a power wheelchair is that they are easy and convenient. Although power wheelchairs do have an electric motor, these are operated and controlled by the user on the chair. It is always advisable that before choosing a wheel chair, the features like the weight and size of the person using it, the convenience of both indoor and outdoor use, the chair's weight capacity, power source, warranty and lastly the cost. But these are generally used by people who have limited or no mobility due to many different ailments.

Wednesday, 2 May 2018

Google Maps introduces wheelchair accessible routes

Google is rolling out this feature in London, New York, Tokyo, Mexico City, Boston, and Sydney.

To make public transit work for the differently abled, Google on Friday introduced “wheelchair accessible” routes in Maps at major metropolitan transit centers around the world.
Vissco Zip Lite Power Wheelchair
Rs: 48499

The feature is rolling out in London, New York, Tokyo, Mexico City, Boston, and Sydney.

In city centers, buses and trains, often the best way to get around presents a challenge for people who use wheelchairs or with other mobility needs.

“We’re looking forward to working with additional transit agencies in the coming months to bring more wheelchair accessible routes to Google Maps,” Rio Akasaka, Product Manager, Google Maps, said in a blog post on Friday.

To access the “wheelchair accessible” routes, type your desired destination into Google Maps.

Tap “Directions” then select the public transportation icon.

Then tap “Options” and under the Routes section, the users will find “wheelchair accessible” as a new route type.

“When you select this option, Google Maps will show you a list of possible routes that take mobility needs into consideration,” the blog post said.

“Additionally, we’ve been busy capturing and updating Street View imagery of transit stations and city centers so people can preview a place or transit station ahead of time,” it added.

In 2017, Google Maps added the feature to see if space is accessible by wheelchair under the “amenities” tab.

Monday, 30 April 2018

Power wheelchairs have access to the full range of wheelchair options

Motorized wheelchair

An electric powered wheelchair, commonly called a "power wheelchair" is a wheelchair which additionally incorporates batteries and electric motors into the frame and that is controlled by either the user or an attendant, most commonly via a small joystick mounted on the armrest, or on the upper rear of the frame. For users who cannot manage a manual joystick, hand switches, chin-operated joysticks, sip-and-puff Remote controllers or other specialist controls may allow independent operation of the karma power wheelchair. Ranges of over 10 miles/15 km are commonly available from standard batteries.

Power wheelchairs are commonly divided by their access capabilities. An indoor-wheelchair may only reliably be able to cross completely flat surfaces, limiting them to household use. An indoor-outdoor wheelchair is less limited but may have restricted range or ability to deal with slopes or uneven surfaces. An outdoor Visco power wheelchair is more capable, but will still have a very restricted ability to deal with rough terrain. A very few specialist designs offer a true cross-country capability.

Power wheelchairs have access to the full range of wheelchair options, including ones which are difficult to provide in an unpowered manual chair but have the disadvantage of significant extra weight. Where an ultra-lightweight manual chair may weigh under 10 kg, the largest outdoor power-chairs may weigh 200 kg or more.

Smaller power wheelchairs often have four wheels, with front or rear wheel drive, but large outdoor designs commonly have six wheels, with small wheels at front and rear and somewhat larger powered wheels in the center.

A power-assisted wheelchair is a recent development that uses the frame & seating of a typical rigid manual chair while replacing the standard rear wheels with wheels of similar size which incorporate batteries and battery-powered motors in the hubs. A floating rim design senses the pressure applied by the user's push & activates the motors proportionately to provide a power assist. This results in the convenience, and small size of a manual chair while providing motorized assistance for rough/uneven terrain & steep slopes that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to navigate, especially by those with limited upper-body function. As the wheels necessarily come at a weight penalty it is often possible to exchange them with standard wheels to match the capabilities of the wheelchair to the current activity.

Mobility scooters

Mobility scooters share some features with power wheelchairs, but primarily address a different market segment, people with a limited ability to walk, but who might not otherwise consider themselves disabled. Smaller mobility scooters are typically three-wheeled, with a base on which is mounted a basic seat at the rear, with a control tiller at the front. Larger scooters are frequently four-wheeled, with a much more substantial seat.

Opinions are often polarized as to whether karma mobility scooters should be considered wheelchairs or not, and negative stereotyping of scooter users is worse than for manual or power wheelchair users. Some commercial organizations draw a distinction between karma power wheelchairs and scooters when making access provisions due to a lack of clarity in the law as to whether scooters fall under the same equality legislation as wheelchairs.