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People who have a medical condition or have trouble walking choose electric wheelchairs, which are motorised wheelchairs that run on batteries. These wheelchairs typically have four or six wheels and can be partially disassembled for transportation.
Due to a lack of upper body strength or a desire for independence, these people favour electric wheelchairs over manual wheelchairs.
The wheelchair market has begun to evolve technologically to include electric wheelchairs that resemble mobility scooters and provide greater comfort, storage capacity, armrests, and joysticks for controlling movement.
The Africa Electric Wheelchair Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
ErgoConcept provides information about the company’s reasons for investing in a new line of foldable electric wheelchairs in conjunction with the introduction of the new Ergo 08L model.
The family-run company ErgoConcept is a pioneer in the design and marketing of portable, electric wheelchairs that fold up easily.
Only the Ergo 07L was offered to those with impairments and limited mobility at the company’s beginnings, and it represented a significant breakthrough. The Ergo 07L wheelchair was the only lightweight, small wheelchair available at the time.
Conversations, questionnaires, and brainstorming meetings to uncover all the potential areas for improvement before designing this new iteration, the Ergo 08L.
Moreover, there was a tonne of labour! To develop a model that pleased everyone concerned, everything was rethought, redesigned, enhanced, and tested. Naturally and happily, this new model will develop in response to customer feedback, just like all of our precedents.
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