Why choose Traveller Chair?
With a stylish Traveller Chair, you can finally have the opportunity to travel with freedom and independence. Enjoy the confidence of knowing that the journeys your life has to offer can unfold with ease – it’s there when you need it however you travel, wherever you go – no fuss, no waiting – with you all the way.
The chair can fold up and down within 30 seconds
Lightweight aluminium construction
Under the seat case
Approx. 17-litre case capacity
Easy to access document pocket
Lap Strap for extra security
Compact Design; dimensions 350 x 550 x 200mm folded
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Traveller Chair is very compact when folded so can fit easily into any boot size (folded dimension: 500 x 350 x 200 mm)
Traveller Chair has been designed with the following in mind:
• People who have difficulty walking any distance
• People weighing under 16 stones (100kg)
• Traveller Chair has been tested as a transit chair for adults
The Traveller Chair was primarily designed for use in airport transportation. It can also be used in indoor buildings such as train stations, bus stations, car parks, hospitals, shopping centres, museums and art galleries, hotels and cruise ships. Please refer to the safety in use guidelines for surfaces to be avoided.
This is really cool and I can see it being very useful. The amount of times my old wheelchair got lost in airports. Especially as it was the same colour as the ones used so they put it in away with theirs on more than one occasion! #wheelchair #disabled@dellybirdTwitter
Brilliant! Freedom and independence for many travellers! 🙌👏@livelifeannie2Instagram
What a great product. I look forward to seeing one in use.@JudyDykeMBEEPTwitter
We all should get behind this great innovation in accessible travel ♿✈️ ♿✈️@flyingdisabledInstagram
This is such a fantastic, practical, helpful idea. Brilliant innovation. I hope it really takes off.@DespitePainTwitter
Extremely innovative invention which will totally liberate those with limited mobility. Absolutely brilliant 👏👏@jillpalinInstagram
Another great idea from the innovators in accessible aviation.@ChrisWoodTwitter
I said something like this was needed a few years ago - so glad to see someone has done it! Very impressive, it's a lot sturdier & more robust than what I had in mind. 👍@InvisiblyMeTwitter