Excellent seating comfort and adjustment possibilities!
The Invacare Rea Azalea tilt-in-space wheelchair is the natural choice for moderately active and passive people. The comfortable seating system allows you to alter the seat position, ensuring maximum comfort. This, combined with good driving characteristics, makes the Invacare Rea Azalea tilt-in-space wheelchair the ideal choice.
Stability is a strong feature.
Invacare Rea Azalea’s tilt-in-space wheelchair delivers exceptional safety and confidence for the client with our unique DSS (Dual Stability System) built into every wheelchair.
The seating system moves forward and down inside the frame when tilting and reclining. This weight shifting guarantees exceptional stability, even in full tilt and recline.
Excellent seating comfort and many adjustment possibilities
The comfortable seating system allows the patient to alter the seat positioning, ensuring maximum comfort at all times, thus combined with excellent driving characteristics.
Additionally, the Invacare Rea Azalea tilt-in-space wheelchair’s pivot points match the person’s natural pivot points for synchronised movement between the body and wheelchair, reducing the risk of sheer pressure.
Wide range of options
In addition to the multiple adjustments in the chair, the Invacare Rea Azalea tilt-in-space wheelchair boasts many options and accessories, guaranteeing a solution for a wide range of postural challenges. Allows the chair to bring appropriate support solutions depending on the patient’s disease evolution and life.
Better tilt and recline patient experience
The Rea Azalea and Rea Azalea Assist have a 25° seat tilt and a 30° backrest recline contributing to improving the patient’s quality of life. Weight shifting maintains the wheelchair’s stability regardless of the chair’s seat angle. The assistant and the individual using the electrical version can easily adjust both tilt and recline manually or electrically.
Transit wheels are available for attendant propulsion, or a variety of self-propel wheels are possible for the moderately active individual.