Electric wheelchairs are becoming more popular as a result of its positive qualities, including simplicity of use, greater convenience, and seamless usage. They are often utilized by those who cannot use manual wheelchairs or who want to use wheelchairs for longer trips that are challenging with manual wheelchairs.
Although several sectors were negatively impacted by the COVID-19 epidemic, the market for electric wheelchairs benefited. Due to their severe physical weakness and incapacity to walk, the COVID-19 patients’ desire for medical mobility aid equipment significantly increased, which in turn sped up the sales of electric wheelchairs.
The Brazil 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.
The successful modular front-wheel drive chair from Permobil, a world leader in cutting-edge rehabilitation technology, has been updated with new features for better body support and comfort, more flexible body positioning, and smoother driving, as well as updated styling that enables users to customize their chairs.
With the help of Permobil’s technology, persons with disabilities now have more freedom of mobility and are able to participate fully in society.
The F-series has three models: the F3 Corpus, which is ideal for occasional indoor and outdoor use due to its small footprint and tight turning radius; the F5 Corpus, which is ideal for both indoor and outdoor use and active lifestyles; and the F5 Corpus VS, which provides the same features as the F5 Corpus with the addition of standing functionality.
The four-wheel electric wheelchair’s modular chassis is designed for good indoor and outdoor performance and mobility. The drive wheels are placed near the front seating arrangement.
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