NEW! Etac Swift Mobil Tilt-2

The Swift Mobil Tilt-2 is designed with both carer and user needs in mind. It handles the multitude of challenges faced by caregivers in their daily work and provides the comfort and safety users need to feel secure.

Unique tilt-in-space function

The Swift Mobil Tilt-2, has a unique tilt feature that gives increased security for the user and an ergonomic working position for the carer. It’s +5° to -35° tilt function can be operated from either side of the chair. This allows the carer to reassure the user when tilting.

Ease of access and comfort

With excellent access around the seat area, personal care routines are made easier for the carer and can be performed with dignity for the user. For sensitive users, extra-soft, seat cushions are available. The soft and quick-drying backrest and curved footrests of the Swift Mobil-2, add to user comfort.

Fits many users

The shower commode chair is adaptable to fit many user needs and sizes. It has a generous maximum user weight of 160 kg as standard, and seat-to-floor height adjustability (45-60 cm). The armrests are adjustable in height and width, and the height adjustable, swing away footrests are also offered in a shorter version.

There is also a variety of options and accessories available. 

 

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