Introducing the latest and most exciting addition to Invacare’s power add-on portfolio – SMOOV one! This impressive power assist offers you additional power and ultimate performance, is quick and easy to attach to your manual wheelchair and has a top speed of 10km/h!
It can maintain a constant speed with one single push and is operated by a Bluetooth hand control unit that conveniently attaches to the chair. SMOOV one’s powerful drive wheel will travel up to 20km distance, weighs just 7.2kg and features a handy USB-C socket for charging purposes making it ideal for active individuals who are always on the go.
It offers convenient hands-free, dynamic driving with its flexible 360° drive wheel providing extra power when individuals need it. The unit is easy to use, and simply docks or undocks to most brands of manual wheelchairs. It will travel over most types of surfaces even maintaining a constant speed up slopes of 16%. The extra power and performance with SMOOV one is ideal for people who suffer with fatigue or hand cramps on longer journeys.
Designed and manufactured in Germany by leading power add-on brand Alber, the new SMOOV one is easy to transport with its integrated carry handle making it the perfect travel companion and ideal for everyday use.
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