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  1. ZX-1 Power Add-On

    ZX-1 Power Add-On

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    The ZX-1 Power Add-On provides power assistance to active users of manual wheelchairs. It is commonly known that maintaining a strong upper body for a person in a wheelchair is vital to the patient’s ability to perform transfers and other movements for improved quality of life. The ZX-1 aids in preserving upper body strength, significantly reducing the effects of prolonged pushing of a manual wheelchair. The ZX-1 is ideal for navigating over difficult surfaces like carpeting, grass, and hills. The ZX-1 is well suited for manual wheelchair users with a variety of disabilities including but not limited to: Spinal Cord Injuries, Amputees, stroke victims, MS, MD, etc. The ZX-1 adjusts to the user’s manual chair eliminating the need for an ATP, PT or OT to change the seating configuration of the wheelchair. Learn More
  2. ZX-1 Travel Case

    ZX-1 Travel Case

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    The Travel Case is built with custom-fit die cut compartments that hold parts securely and it even includes extra storage space. Made of High Density Polyethylene, the Case is practically indestructible and weighs 34 lbs. (15.4 kgs.) An optional Wheel Caster Kit is available so that the Case can be easily rolled across surfaces. For frequent travelers, for re-locations, or for short or long term storage, the travel case offers the ultimate damage-control and protection. Traditional power chairs inevitably get damaged during air travel due to their large size and loading difficult. But the ZX-1 fits snugly into the Travel Case which allows airline personnel to load the equipment onto an airplane effectively, eliminating the risk of both expensive and disastrous consequences. Go anywhere stress and hassle-free. Learn More

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