The traditional 10th anniversary gift is aluminum — appropriate for a maker of complex rehab manual wheelchairs, including ultralightweight models. But as it celebrates 10 years in the industry, Stevens Point, Wisc.-based Ki Mobility has other things in mind. One is its brand-new facility, ready to welcome employees in early March. And there are new and newer manual chair offerings, including the rigid-framed Rogue Xp, designed especially for adolescent and young adult users, and making its debut at this week’s International Seating Symposium.
Over the years, Ki Mobility has become more than an ultralightweight specialist. With tilt-in-space manual chairs for kids (Little Wave Flip) and adults (Focus CR), a K0004 lightweight chair (Catalyst 4), and a stable of rigid and folding ultralights (titanium and aluminum), the company has quietly gone about its business of designing and producing manual chairs for the entire complex rehab technology spectrum. That’s by design, company founders Doug Munsey and Murray Slagerman told Mobility Management.
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