Tell us what your attachment looks like: Black powerassist which attaches (with clamp) to the axle bar of fixed frame wheelchair. A Bluetooth wristband activates and deactivates the powerassist function by tapping the wheel.
Tell us what your attachment looks like: Designed by a wheelchair user for wheelchair users (mainly), the sturdy grey, black and red wheeled luggage bag and matching attachable/detachable rucksack are made of sturdy fabric and zips with lots of matching handles perfectly positioned to let you attach and detach the luggage from the backrest of your wheelchair and lift or move the cavernous bags to pack and use.
Tell us what your attachment looks like: Waterproof wheelchair cover in a range of funky designs. Bundlebean is a fleece lined, waterproof cosy which fits into it's own small bag. The design is similar to a blanket which fastens using a range of toggles and elasticated sections to the footplates, leg rests and back of your wheelchair. Because it is a blanket type design, it is very easy to get in and out of, unlike the other ones which are more like sleeping bags on the market. The Bundlebean has a large central pocket to keep your hands warm in, or items, and the bag it comes in attaches to the handle of your wheelchair easily for travel. The best thing about the Bundlebean is the designs, my particular favourite is the Flamingo, as it always looks fashionable and many people compliment it when I'm out.
Tell us what your attachment looks like: A chilled thermo bottle that comes in various colours. It can either be used for humans or dogs, as it has a small bowl attachment that I use for my assistance dog.
Tell us what your attachment looks like: This is a single wheel that clips on the front of my wheelchair and lifts the castors away from the floor. I previously had a freewheel, but upgraded as this wheel always has the front wheels of the floor, regardless of direction, and also has a smaller turning circle.
Tell us what your item looks like: These wheels have black tyres and push rims, as well as 3 purple loops that replace the spokes on a standard wheel. The three loops work together as a self-correcting system. This spring system between the hub and the rim of the wheel provides suspension that constantly adjusts to uneven surfaces, cushioning me from bumps. Technically, the hub floats within the rim, but constantly adjusts as shocks from an uneven surface hit the rim of the wheel.
Tell us what your attachment looks like: This attachment has a silver rigid frame with two handlebars, brakes and leavers; one for acceleration and one for reverse. It also has a bell, screen display and quick charging battery that is easy to plug in and disconnect. The wheel at bottom of the attachment is medium sized, allowing you to go over uneven surfaces. There are also two hooks that clip onto a specific bracket, which can attach to the legs of your wheelchair.