All Terrain Off road Beach Trail Climbing And Floating Wheelchair Launched

Off road adventures for wheelchair users are now reality with the launch of Extreme Motus Emma X3 all terrain wheelchair. The lightweight customized design enables users to explore trails, beaches and even float in the water.

Payson, United States - December 6, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Extreme Motus has launched the Emma X3 all terrain wheelchair, enabling those with disabilities to open new doors. Emma X3 has the ability to get off road, explore trails, beaches or just get out to a football game.

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Features of the newly launched design include a comfortable bucket seat, Disk brakes and Super lightweight construction at 49 Pounds with 180 lbs weight capacity. Aluminium & stainless steel construction make it rustproof and it is able to be customized in color, size, fitting cushions and wheels. Careful consideration is taken with the needs of each customer to ensure a perfect fit.

These exceptional wheelchairs have many features that allow wheelchair users to explore the world. The all terrain wheelchairs are comfortable and designed with high edges and big wheels for a smooth ride. The Emma X3 Glides over sand & rocks with ease, has a tight turning radius and can climb 3 stairs at a time. For ease of use the compact chair folds in half and can easily fit in the boot of a car. Water is no barrier when the chair is fitted with balloon tires and safety straps; enabling it to float in the water effortlessly.

The launch of Extreme Motus Emma X3 opens up possibilities to those who have never imagined outdoor adventures. According to, approximately 600,000+ individuals with disabilities don’t leave home because of transportation challenges. Many of these individuals can now enjoy the benefits of getting outdoors. No matter the venture, a lake, river, stream or sea; this all terrain manual wheelchair makes it safe and ideal for immobile individuals.

The developers have aimed to keep Emma X3 cost friendly and accessible to as many people as possible. The chairs are now available across the United States.

Those interested in ordering can contact Extreme Motus at the website above.

Contact Info:
Name: Adam Beesley
Email: Send Email
Organization: Extreme Motus
Address: 78 E 100 S, Payson, Utah 84651, United States
Phone: +1-435-851-2418

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88937808

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