Mechanics & Locomotion
Apr 1, 2017
INVACARE ACTION 3 JUNIOR - A WHEELCHAIR THAT GROWS WITH THE CHILD
When we think of children and young people, we immediately have an image of freedom, fun and energy. Removing this from a child is sad, especially when various reasons lead to using a wheelchair. Thinking about it, Invacare has modernized one of its chairs to keep up with the child's growth - Invacare Action3 Junior.
Designed for children between the ages of 3 and 15, the Action3 Junior is a lightweight, foldable pediatric wheelchair that adapts to individual needs due to changes resulting from the growth and pace of each one.
The integrated growth capacity that allows you to follow the development of the child or youngster, is due to an innovative telescopic clamp. The seat can be adjusted in width and depth and the seat and backrest padding also allows quick and easy adaptation of the width, without the need for additional parts.
Given the brand's reputation, and this line in the world market, Invacare has kept the range of optional extras, giving more possibilities of customization. From the front wheel to the support of armrests and hangers, everything is customizable, something that surely young people appreciate, because it allows them to differentiate themselves from each other and even affirm their personality.
«It combines design, sophistication and style, giving users a wheelchair that they can be proud about», says Gustave Moot, Product Manager of the Group.
To meet the different personalities, Invacare has made changes in terms of colours, forms and design, which has made it modern, elegant and popular. There are six new colours: white pearl, matt black, red matt, intense yellow, polar blue and pink candy.
Lightning protectors can also be customized, choosing between blue and white snowflakes, coloured robots, and the Colour Me In line.
«Attractive and modern, the range of Action wheelchairs has been a symbol of quality for more than ten years. Reliability and exceptional performance remain, in particular, in our pediatric wheelchair range», Moot concluded.