Invacare Pronto M41
The Invacare Pronto M41 is the compact, manoeuvrable indoor chair that also has excellent outdoor driving capabilities.
It combines smooth mid-wheel drive and SureStep® suspension to allow an individual to navigate small spaces and offers a great drive with a top speed of 6 km/h. With a choice of seating options the Pronto M41 is a great versatile chair to suit a range of clients.
Its sleek, stylish, candy red shrouding ensures the Pronto M41 looks are as engaging as its performance. The cross compatibility of a number of options and accessories means the Pronto M41 fits straight into the expansive Invacare range of mobility products.
Pronto M41 has been designed with SureStep technology to ensure excellent stability and manoeuvrability in the narrowest of places. The tension adjustable backrest is a standard feature with the Standard seat option, and is angle adjustable -10° to 30°. The ability to swivel 90° in either direction allows easy access and this combined with height adjustable armrests, a one piece flip-up footboard and a standard 50 mm cushion ensures maximum comfort for day long use. The Cab Seat Option with padded back and integral headrest also offers the benefit of flip up armrests for easy transfers. Suitable for indoor and outdoor environments, the Pronto M41 provides a perfect solution for those clients who are looking for a chair that is extremely comfortable and versatile.
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