The Rea Azalea Minor manual wheelchair is designed for people who require a smaller seat depth and width and is ideal for those requiring a solid and stable tilt-in-space wheelchair. As an adapted version of a passive manual wheelchair, the Rea Azalea Minor boasts all the same advantages of this reliable Rea Azalea with our special weight shifting mechanism and is available with transit or self-propel wheels, five frame colours and three upholstery choices.
Seating and positioning options are now available with this wheelchair. All as one order, one delivery, one solution. Discover more in our interactive brochure.
Stability is a strong feature of the Rea Azalea Minor manual wheelchair, delivering exceptional safety and confidence for the client with our unique DSS (Dual Stability System) built into every passive manual wheelchair. When tilting and reclining, the seating system moves forward and down inside the frame. This weight shifting guarantees exceptional stability is maintained, even when in full tilt and recline. Additionally, the pivot points of the Rea Azalea match the natural pivot points of the person for synchronised movement between the body and the manual wheelchair, reducing the risk of shear and pressure.
Key features of Rea Azalea Minor manual wheelchair:
- Flex 3 backrest plate: Sturdy and adaptable, the Flex 3 backrest plate provides support, with both width and height adjustment. Available with a range of postural support cushions
- Flex 3 tension adjustable backrest: Built to accommodate more complex spinal shapes, it offers multiple adjustments suitable for all body shapes and sizes. Available with a padded cover to compliment the contours of the tension straps or a range of postural support cushions
- Wide range of options: In addition to the multiple adjustments of the chair, the Rea Azalea boasts a large assortment of options, guaranteeing a solution for a wide range of postural challenges.
- Seat tilt and backrest recline: The Rea Azalea Minor Manual wheelchair features 25-degrees of seat tilt and 30-degrees of backrest recline to support a range of positioning requirements
- Rear wheels: Transit wheels are available for attendant propulsion, or a variety of self-propel wheels are possible for a moderately active individual using a manual wheelchair.