A User Manual is issued along with any new wheelchair.
Although there is a user manual, our engineer will normally demonstrate how the wheelchair operates and adjust the footplates on delivery (which is also known as handover).
The user manual will have instructions on how to operate the wheelchair, how to look after it, what different parts are called. If the user manual is lost, another copy can usually be accessed by download directly from the manufacturer. If needed, the wheelchair manufacturer and the model of the wheelchair will be found on the wheelchair itself, usually on the upholstery and / or frame.
If you are unsure of what model of wheelchair you have on issue to you, you can contact us for this information.
Below are links to Manufacturers websites for User Manuals.
If you require any assistance finding the right user manual or need any further information, just contact us.
Sunrise where you can access user manuals for manual and powered wheelchairs and seating products for adults and children. This includes the following ranges: Quickie, Breezy, Zippie, Lomax, Jay, JCM, Whitmyer.
Invacare to find user manuals or manual and powered wheelchairs and seating products for adults and children. This includes the following ranges: Action, Ben, Duo, Fox, Pronto, Rea, Spectra, TDX, Topaz, XLT
Ottobock accessing user manuals for manual (such as Avantgarde, Ventus, Motus) and powered (such as Juvo) wheelchairs for adults.
Ottobock accessing user manuals for manual (such as Start) and powered (such as Skippi) wheelchairs for children.
R82 to access seating product manuals.
Tendercare to access user manuals.
Greencare user manuals.
Southwest seating Neo Wheelbase user manual.
RMS user manuals for wheelchairs and buggies.
Karma user manuals.