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Only £199.00ex vat
The TAiMA rollators are elegant and extremely lightweight.
They are easy to fold and have comfortable ergonomic grips making it east to manoeuver and very stable when in use.
The TAiMA is also fitted with steering dampers to help reduce the flapping of the front wheels when on rough surfaces.
Included are side and front reflectors, back bar, walking stick holder and a mesh bag.
Two sizes are available:
||Small W: 58cm, Handle H: 76-86cm, Seat H:51cm
|Max User Weight:
||Medium W: 63cm, Handle H: 79-95cm, Seat H:59cm
|Max User Weight:
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Grab Bars / Rails
The bars feature special soft grip mouldings around the bar to reduce the risk of slipping, even with wet soapy hands. The bars are strong one piece moulded plastic with a super reinforced strength of an internal non rust aluminum tube. The ergonomical grip is comfortable and never cold to touch, unlike most metal grab bars. The straight bars can be mounted horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
The two specially designed angled grab bars are ideal next to the WC, helping users with weak hand strength to rise from the seat. Reinforced screw mounting points are concealed by colour coordinate plastic covers.
Assessments are essential for matching the correct product to the needs, size weight, mobility and disability of our customers.
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Who Qualifies for VAT Exemption
The zero-rating of goods for disabled people depends in part upon the status of the recipient and part upon the use of the goods.
The person must be chronically sick or disabled, and the goods must be used for their own domestic or personal use only.
A person is ‘chronically sick or disabled’ if he/she is a person:
- With a physical or mental impairment which has a long-term and substantial adverse effect upon his/her ability to carry out everyday activities.
- With a condition which the medical profession treats as a chronic sickness, such as diabetes
Who is terminally ill.
- It does not include a frail elderly person who is otherwise able-bodied or any person who is only temporarily disabled or incapacitated, such as with a broken limb.
- If a parent, spouse or guardian acts on behalf of a ‘chronically sick or disabled’ person, your supply is treated as being made to that ‘chronically sick or disabled’ person.
- Domestic or personal’ use means that the supply must be made available specifically for the use of an eligible individual (or series of eligible individuals).
Excluded from the terms ‘personal’ or ‘domestic’, and not eligible for VAT relief are:
- Goods and services used for business purposes
- Supplies made widely available for a whole group of people to use as they wish. For example, a stair lift in a charity building for the use or convenience of all chronically sick or disabled persons who might use the building would not qualify for relief. This is because the charity is making the lift available for the general use of all those people who might require it, rather than for the personal use of specified individuals.
For further information please use this link to go to the
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