This section includes replacement parts and accessories for wheelchairs, buggies and scooters.
Clamping systems enable items to be fixed to a wheelchair, scooter or buggy, for example switches or controls, or drinks holders.
Wheelchair control systems and switches intended for adapting a powered wheelchair or scooter to enable ease of use and control. Some equipment is made-to-measure.
Parasols and umbrellas may be adjustable in height and angle which can help to ensure the wheelchair user is adequately protected from the elements.
Fleeces for wheelchairs are regarded as being more appropriate for providing comfort rather than pressure relief.
Batteries and chargers that suit most mobility scooters and buggies. Included are lead acid batteries (wet-cell), sealed lead acid batteries and gel cell (maintenance-free) batteries for scooters and buggies. Most are rechargeable. Chargers may plug into the mains or charge from a motor vehicle battery.
Wheels/castors, push rims, tyres and spokes are available as replacement parts or additions to the existing parts.
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If you know that there is a certain product that will help you, feel free to browse through our online catalogue or use our search tool for specific product names. National retailers are listed against each product and you can click on their link to go directly to their website to order that product or contact the retailer for more information. Don't forget to tell them you found their information on our site.
If you are unsure about what you need why not try our AskSARA tool to narrow down your search by considering what areas of daily living you need help with.
If you would prefer to speak to someone for advice about daily living equipment, please contact our Helpline on 0300 999 0004.
Our experienced advisors will help you find the solution to your problem and can send you information on products that might help you, where you can buy equipment and other useful organisations that might be able to help you.
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