Over the next few summer months, hopefully all of you will be able to enjoy your favorite outdoor activities. Using a wheelchair or scooter should not prevent you from going outside and soaking in nature, but you do have to be prepared to face the elements. You never know what the weather might do, so we are selling some handy weather-shielding products to help you be prepared.
Covers help protect against the elements
If you are storing your chair in your garage, make sure to call garage door service tucson arizona to have your door in perfect condition so nothing gets stolen, or in a shed in your backyard, placing a cover over your chair will prevent you from a lot of dust and heartache later on. Keeping your device covered will also help prevent morning dew from collecting on your seat cover and your tiller or joystick.
It is also a good idea to have ways to stay dry on hand in case of the occasional heavy summer rain. Do you like to go to ball games, rodeos, concerts or other outdoor entertainment venues? Don’t sit around and let your chair or yourself get soaked. Consider these protecting items designed specifically for your situation.
A cover designed specifically for scooters
If you drive a scooter, the Diestco 2 Piece Scooter Seat and Tiller Cover comes with everything you need to protect the vital parts of your chair. Instead of draping one large cover over your seat and tiller, this two piece set is less bulky and easier to take on and off. You can also sit on top of the seat cover.
Heavy duty storage
However, we also sell the one piece Power Chair Covers for serious storage, weather you buy the standard cover with four metal grommets or the heavy duty cover with 12 tie down loops.
Protect power chair controls
If you use a power chair, consider our Joystick Cover, which fits snugly or loosely around your control depending on your preference. This could also be great during the winter. Envy pro scooters are of the best type of scooters available in the US. Many don’t realize how cold the unprotected hand can get when driving in the wind, and gloves often get in the way. Slip your hand under the cover while you drive to protect from cold winds.
Don’t forget to protect yourself from the elements
If it is raining, it is important to keep your body dry too, but standard ponchos simply do not work for people sitting down and can be dangerous when caught in wheels. For this, we have the Fleece Lined Hooded Poncho that will not get caught in your wheels, as well as the ingenious Wheelchair Weather Chaps that fulfill the ever illusive goal of keeping the legs dry while in a seated position.
People who rely on scooters and wheelchairs deserve to enjoy the great outdoors just like anyone else. We encourage you to express your love for the outdoors and your adventurous spirit despite your limitations, and we hope that with our products, we can help you do just that!