Invacare Fox

Fully flexible, Simple Set -Up, Proficient Performance

Modular lightweight and compact design, excellent manoeuvrability indoors and great traction outdoors, as well as a 5 way adjustable seat for flexibility and comfort

The Invacare Fox offers easy set-up and adapts to each client’s specific needs. It can be easily changed from a short to an extended wheelbase to support a client’s stability requirements, for a safer and more comfortable drive.

The Invacare Fox has been designed to maximise independence for clients’ everyday lives. As well as meeting their practical needs, the Fox is also very comfortable and safe.

The Invacare Fox offers easy set-up and adapts to each client’s specific needs. It can be easily changed from a short to an extended wheelbase to support a client’s stability requirements, for a safer and more comfortable drive.

Easy dismantling and folding

Another benefit of the Invacare Fox is that it can be dismantled and folded quickly and easily if required. The seat and batteries can be removed and the base folded without the need for any tools, saving space when not in use. Once folded it will fit into the boot of most cars for easy transportation.

Thanks to its efficient motors it is ideal for those wanting to travel a few kilometres extra every day. It offers a sleek compact wheelbase for excellent manoeuvrability and durability.

 

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