Invacare Action 3NG
The Invacare® Action3 has been designed to enable easier assessment, and adjusts for maximum mobility.
The Action3 manoeuvres smoothly due to its light rigid and well-balanced frame, and an improved ergonomic design that enables the user to become more independent.
The flagship model of the ActionNG family, is the stylishly, designed Action3NG, it offers improved functionality, comfort and stability. This medium active chair incorporates key design changes to enhance function with the use of lighter components to reduce weight providing an efficient rolling action. As with all models in the ActionNG family, all parts are cross compatible and interchangeable throughout the range whether you have an ActionNG 2, 3 or 4 – the ‘next generation’ truly has arrived.
Invacare always seeks to innovate and the Action3NG introduces a new style of cross bar with folding mechanism to improve stability and provides a smoother folding and unfolding action for easier handling. Plus it features a new design of footplate for greater comfort.
Modular and adaptable, the Action3NG can accommodate progressive changes in customer needs with its wide range of options and accessories, which can be changed quickly and easily. With a proven track record for quality and durability, Action3NG can be relied on for everyday use, day after day.
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