Compact folding buggy
The compact folding buggy with particularly high stability and a load capacity of up to 60 kg.
Lisa is a compact folding buggy with particularly high stability and a load capacity of up to 60 kg.
Lisa’s flexible design make it ideal for use over long periods and for a wide range of medical conditions. It’s also very easy to transport.
Advantages to you
What you need to know
High-quality wheels make pushing easy and offer great manoeuvrability.
The adjustable seat depth and lower leg length as well as a high back enable Lisa to be used over a long period of time. In addition, a large range of accessories allow for individual adjustment of the buggy to different medical conditions and abilities of the user. The reinforced nylon upholstery promotes good upright posture. A back angle adjustment of 30° allows you to set the buggy in a reclining position.
Reinforced Nylon Upholstery for a Better Upright Posture
To promote a better upright posture in the child, the Lisa now features reinforced nylon upholstery. Seat depth, lower leg length and back height can be adjusted for different body sizes. This means the Lisa can be used over longer periods of time. The back rest angle can be adjusted by 30° so that the child can also assume a relaxed position while the stroller moves.
Other features include a wheel lock with central operation, tip-assist, integrated strap attachment points (anchor points) for transportation of the user in a motor vehicle for the disabled – everything to keep parents and child mobile.
At a glance
• Available in 2 sizes
• Compact folding stroller featuring outstanding stability
• Carries up to 60 kg / 132 lbs.
• Wide range of accessories allow adaptation for different clinical indications
• Individually adjustable
• Easy handling
The Lisa is a compact folding stroller made of aluminum. It is extremely stable and can carry weight of up to 60 kg / 132 lbs. As a result even heavy children and adolescents are easy to accommodate. Thanks to an array of adjustment options, the Lisa can be adapted to children's individual needs and therefore allows for optimum positioning.
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