Invacare TDX SP2

The Invacare TDX SP2 boasts unrivalled durability and ultimate performance. Great manoeuvrability indoors and out,

with a wide choice of seating options for optimum comfort and support, the TDX SP2 is the powerchair for individuals who need full functionality, but do not want to compromise on style. The modern aesthetics of the chassis add to the sleek appeal with a choice of 7 contemporary colour options.

Enhanced stability

The TDX SP2NB is tried, tested and tough. Offering maximum stability and safety, the Stability Lock function ensures all six wheels stay firmly on the ground on uneven terrain. The patented SureStep®suspension technology enables a smooth ride while negotiating challenging surfaces.

Intuitive driving experience

Invacare TDX SP2NB customers can say “Yes”
to mobility and “No” to compromise. With an incredibly tight turning radius and a compact base, thanks to its Centre Wheel Drive construction,
this remarkable wheelbase provides excellent manoeuvrability and an intuitive driving experience.

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LiNX Smart Technology: Redefining Mobility

Invacare LiNX is our insight inspired control system with advanced technology that provides a superb driving experience and allows professionals to configure and tailor powerchairs quickly and more intuitively.
The smart control system enables programming and maintenance updates to be made wirelessly and in real time, plus it has straightforward access to statistical and diagnostic information, giving complete visibility to professionals.

 

Access Solutions

We have portable as well as fixed access products available.

Battery Maintenance

Our battery care and maintenance guide will help you get the most life from your battery.

 

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