Breezy Home 3018A
The Breezy Home 3018A wheelchair is a fixed indoor wheelchair that has the perfect measures to facilitate rolling at home with no problem with door frames. Breezy Home 3018A has 125mm small wheels and its backrest is reclining providing maximum comfort to the user.
Breezy Home 3018A incorporates the seat and the anatomical backrest already standard, has a footrest at 70º which are swivel and removable and folding armrests.
+ Folding armrests and anatomical upholstery: The 4 available models of this chair incorporate the anatomical backrest and seat providing greater comfort to the user. Its toilet seat has a bucket that is easily removed from the rear. In addition, these chairs make user transfers easier thanks to their folding back armrests
+ Standard footrest at 70º, swivel and removable: these footrests are also easily removable and can be replaced (optional) by lifting ones if the user has circulation problems or needs to make postural changes more frequently.
+ 4 different models: The Breezy home range of chairs has four different models allowing you to select small 125mm wheels to improve maneuverability or 24 "self-propelled wheels to give the user independence.
+ Made in Spain:
These chairs are manufactured in Spain giving a better service in the time of delivery of spare parts and spare parts.
An indoor wheelchair should aim to allow the user maximum functionality, comfort and mobility. What is important to keep in mind when buying an interior wheelchair? First of all the most important thing is to monitor the dimensions of the spaces where I am going to move with the chair indoors. In exteriors and public places the spaces are wider. But inside the home the spaces are smaller. That is why it is important to control spaces, and that they are compatible with the chair to choose.
There are certain spaces that have great relevance when it comes to moving with the wheelchair.
What places are important to control before choosing the chair?
First we will control the following spaces:
+ Lift width
+ The door frames of the home, mainly the bathroom.
Indoor wheelchairs are narrower, in order to move in an easier way indoors.