New Karma Ergo Lite Transit Wheelchair now has the same advanced slowing and parking brake as the Ergo lite 2 wheelchair. It is extremely easy to fold and store which makes it perfect for holidays The wheelchair is light for transport and the unique folding mechanism allows its weight to be carried. The foot rests are fixed to the frame they can Not be removed
The frame is lightweight aluminium, making the wheelchair easy to manoeuvre, the chair has slowing brakes so the attendant doesn’t need to worry about control on hills and slopes. The slowing brake also serves as a parking brake It is important to choose wisely when shopping for your first wheelchair, attendant transit wheelchairs for both everyday and occasional use can vary greatly between models.
The Karma Ergo lite wheelchair is similar in design to the Ergo Lite 2 transit wheelchair with two distinct differences, the footrest cannot be removed and the chair does not have user controlled parking brakes
Your wheelchair is not just about getting around, it should aid you independence.The wheelchair might go everything you do, or it might just be a helping hand in the shops, it should fit in to your way of life, not the other way around. A good wheelchair should have plenty of features and style. The durable construction of the wheelchair will keep you feeling safe, stable and comfortable. The Karma wheelchair is truly low-maintenance wheelchair, while the strong the finish on the frame stands up to scrapes and knocks
What is a tipping lever and how do I use a tipping lever?
When the occupant’s feet are nearly touching the kerb, pull back on the handles and at the same time push down and forwards on the tipping lever with your foot. This will balance the wheelchair and occupant on the rear wheels. Do not tip the wheelchair back more than necessary.