You expect your power wheelchair to take you wherever you want to go – smoothly and comfortably. And offer you all the advanced functions you need for maximum independence. However, we also appreciate you want a stylish look that fits your lifestyle. That’s why the Puma 40 was developed.
Incredibly versatile, robust and easy to drive, Puma 40 is designed for high-performance indoor and outdoor use. Front or rear wheel drive, it’s state-of-the-art Full Track Suspension System (FTSS) makes for a smooth and stable ride with maximum traction at all speeds. You can choose to drive faster and further. Highly manoeuvrable and compact, Puma 40 also offers you maximum independence indoors.
Enjoy a new level of seating comfort with the award-winning Sedeo Pro seating, combining a highly functional and adjustable seat frame with a wide choice of support and positioning options. Allowing for limitless customisation to suit your personal requirements today and tomorrow. Add the advanced electrical options you need for even more comfort and independence.
Puma 40’s brand new design lets you be yourself. The sleek Puma 40 comes in two elegant base frame colours and features black tyres and aluminium rims. Choose your favourite accent colours to add that personal touch to your driving experience!
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