It's no news that a lot of today's wheelchairs still lack important features that are necessary for more mobility. Fortunately, a U.S. based company recently announced that it's made some important developments on a new wheelchair.
Developed by Big Josh’s Medical Stuff, a Colorado-based medical store, new shock-absorbing manual wheelchair wheels could soon give people a whole new kind of experience and complete with increased dynamic capabilities. The medical-focused company has introduced something unique and innovative, a cutting-edge shock-absorbing wheel. It’s the company’s latest update to its core Loopwheels products and part of the company's ongoing effort to provide some of the latest innovations in wheelchair products and equipment.
In addition to the new cutting-edge wheels, the company also offers an extended range of customization options and features for wheelchairs. These include complete color selection, custom tire, axle length and handgrip selection.
About Big Josh's Medical Stuff and it's newly developed shock-absorbing wheels
According to Big Josh's Medical Stuff, the latest technology update includes three interconnected loop springs that self-adjust during the ride for even torque transfer and optimal shock absorption. It's made of the lightweight and very strong carbon composites. All wheels are handmade, using quality-tested and carefully-selected materials to ensure a high-quality product.
The Colorado-based company has already conducted some tests to ensure a high-quality product. The goal is to provide a more comfortable ride and personalized alternatives to traditional wheelchairs. In addition to its core Loopwheels products, Big Josh also provides innovative toilet seats and medical gel pads.
The company plans to expand its range of custom medical products to include people of all ages. First introduced by Big Josh’s Medical Stuff in 2013 as a Kickstarter project, Loopwheels is now a market leader when it comes to developing shock-absorbing and personalized wheels.
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