The Armon Ayura is an electrically driven high end arm support. Users can adjust the level of support required using controls or a touchscreen. Also features two brakes that allow you to lock the support in chosen position. The Ayura can be mounted on an electric wheelchair, floor base or work chair.
Extra product information
The forearm brace is available in different sizes.
The Ayura can be customised to meet users needs.
Armon/ The Netherlands
Contact supplier for details
- Active Mobility - http://www.activemobility.com.au/armon-ayura.html
- Armon - http://www.armonproducts.com/products/ayura/
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Armon Ayura Light: compensates for 600 grams to 2500 grams of arm weight
Model Standard : compensates for 900grams to 4500 grams of arm weight
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