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£13.75 1 Windermere Warmer


Keeps you warm and dry! Fleece lined, navy polyurethane with waterproof outer. Ties at the top secure to seat handles. Long zip reaches to chest level and features wind flap. Also ideal to use at home.


Machine washable 40ºC. Code


M15113 4 Crutch Pod


Clips on to your crutch so you can easily carry small personal belongings such as mobile phone, keys, sunglasses, water bottle, etc. Fits most standard crutches and does not affect their function. Supplied in blue.


4 Price £84.99 2 Coniston Cape


Water resistant navy nylon cape features hood with hook and loop fastening at the neck. For wheelchair and power chair users. Modified to shorten at the back and lengthen at the front over the knees. Machine


washable 40ºC. Code


M15137 5 TrabasackTM Price


£33.99 Lap


Code Price M37364 £10.99 6 Wheelchair Safety Belt (not shown)


Handy woven nylon. Provides added safety to wheelchair users. Attaches to all types of wheelchair using a secure screw fitting with quick release buckle. Belt length adjusts for


waists up to 47”. Code


M15332


Tray & Bag Handy lap tray and bag in one. Black leather-like surface on one side and removable bean bag cushion on the other. Includes two long straps for use as a rucksack, shoulder bag or bum bag (round the waist). Supplied in black. Great for mealtimes, snacks, writing, etc. Available as "Mini" version (13 x 10 x 3") or "Curve" version which is shaped to fit snugly against the body (size 15 x 14½ x 3").


Code


Price M39671 £15.99 M39695


Item


TrabasackTM TrabasackTM


Mini Curve Easy Ordering! See Back Cover for Details 3 Wheelchair Bag


Made from strong, durable, waterproof nylon. The two looped straps attach to the rear handles of most wheelchairs. Features carry handle and zipped pockets. Size 13 x 12 x 6”. Code


(Exc. VAT) G45357


Price £11.46 £13.75


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WINNING PRODUCT


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2 IN 1! TRAY & BAG Price


£45.99 £52.99


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