Power Operated Vehicles from
Today Invacare is a global industry leader
in the field of manufacturing disability scooters, wheelchairs, bariatric
equipment, respiratory products and other homecare products, with over
30 factories, 6,000 associates and net sales of $1.7 billion.
The company can trace its beginnings way
back to 1885, when the Worthington Company began to produce vehicles for
people with physical disabilities. But from these simple beginnings
the innovation of the company has evolved dramatically.
Invacare’s strap-line is “Yes, you can”,
and their mission is to ensure they help their customers to live life better
by providing innovative products that improve mobility.
In their range of power operated mobility
vehicles, Invacare have the Lynx
L-3 (Three-wheeled Microportable Scooter), the Lynx L-4 (Four-wheeled Microportable
Scooter) and the Leo (Four-wheeled Midsize Scooter).
Prices start at $1,423 for the Lynx L-3
and range up to $2,173. The Leo is priced at $2,495.
Invacare’s specialist range of power wheelchairs
include the Pronto, which comes with either powered seating, or non-powered
seating. In the powered seating range they have the Pronto M91, and
the Pronto M51. Prices for the Pronto powered seating range start
at $5,300. The Pronto non-powered seating range includes the Pronto
M51 and the M41 and prices start at around $5,986.
The Pronto range offers excellent designed
power mobility at an affordable price.
The FDX Power Wheelchair range offers front-wheel
drive, along with powered seating and prices start at $5,970.
The TDX Power Wheelchair range offers either
powered or non-powered seating and prices start in the region of $5,970.
The TDX SI non-powered seating range also starts at $$5,970.
The Storm Power Wheelchair range includes
the 3G Arrow, the Torque and the Ranger X RWD, prices start at $5,790 for
the Torque, $7,255 for the 3G Ranger and just over $9,000 for the 3G Arrow.