Since supplying a quantity of Axi2Go transport chairs to an NHS hospital in the Manchester area, many patients will have experienced how practical and comfortable these chairs are. A well thought out design means the chairs take less space when being stored, but perhaps the best feature is how comfortable and easy to use they are.
This feedback came from a mother of a young lad who is about to start 15 weeks of chemotherapy treatment to treat lymphoma. She took the time to tell us how she got on with the chair on one of her visits;
They're brill. Light and good to steer, ideal for mum drivers!
We trust her son's treatment is successful, and the experience of a comfortable transport chair during hospital visits has gone some way to make their difficult journey ahead easier.
Here are some of the benefits of the Axi2Go:
- Compact and easy to store
- Order in your own choice of frame colour - match your branding
- Anti theft devices available
- Solid castors with dependable effective brakes
These chairs have been successful in the following environments:
- Shopping Centres
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