Black frame with lime green accents and mid-wheel drive (two large centre wheels and four small caster wheels). Two moveable armrests, centre-mounted footplate, headrest, centre-mounted leg rests, and a deeply contoured back cushion. Several powered functions including a seat riser, recline, tilt in space, leg rest elevation and extension. Along with front/rear lights, a swing-away controller, and an RNET LED joystick with a cow horn controller from MERU.
Source of Wheelchair:
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) & Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E)
This chair can be adapted in so many ways and there are lots of different features that can even be added at a later date. However certain features such as the tilt/recline that enables lying completely flat are only available on the Ergo model, which sadly costs £7000 more than this version. The UP version is even more expensive.
I enjoy the comfort of the spider track suspension and the fact it can handle uneven terrain without making me uncomfortable. I also love gyro control as it makes the chair more stable, meaning it is easier to control and requires a lot less concentration to drive.
The chair/base is narrow enough to comfortably fit through regular doors and also has a smallish turning circle. It obviously requires a wheelchair-accessible van to transport it weighs over 200kg, but it is also crash-tested.
Updated: Overall I would not recommend this wheelchair because it’s needed a lot of repairs and it isn’t a reliable chair to use