Ottobock Wingus innovative cantilever frame powerchair offers a high level of driving comfort
A sit-and-drive power wheelchair with a rear-wheel-drive that is equally suited for indoor and outdoor use. This compact, manoeuvrable entry-level model features an innovative cantilever frame offering a high level of driving comfort. The Wingus combines reliable functionality with an appealing, minimalist design.
Functional, simplistic, transportable and comfortable meet design!
The Ottobock Wingus powerchair is a sit-and-drive power wheelchair with a rear-wheel-drive suited for indoor and outdoor use. This compact entry-level model features a unique cantilever frame offering a high level of driving comfort. The Wingus combines reliable functionality with an appealing, minimalist design.
High ride comfort
The innovative cantilever design of this frame gives you an extremely comfortable ride.
Batteries and motors
Batteries and motors allow you to travel approximately 25km distance with one charge.
With the armrests flipped back, it allows transfer in and out of the wheelchair easy. With the swing-away control panel holder option get closer to tables and surfaces!
Adjustable seat depth
Having the seat depth adjustable ensures that the minimalistic electric wheelchair design can be tailored to your specification.
A well-engineered powered wheelchair, available in the UK that you no longer need to worry about having a flat tyre!
The height adjustability of the footplate allows great comfort with this wheelchair. With an optional positioning belt to keep your feet in place.
Headrest support mounting kit
You need a lightweight, transportable powerchair crash-tested. When you need to be transported in your powered wheelchair in a car, ambulance or wheelchair-accessible vehicle on Motability, you can with the Ottobock Wingus a few options including head support.
Splash guard for drive wheels
Parallel swing-away joystick
Positioning belts for feet
Small storage bag underneath the seating area
Pocket for mobile phone
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