• Kirton Duo Mini Chair

Kirton Duo Mini

The Kirton Duo Chair is the perfect chair for those users requiring the highest level of postural support.

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The Kirton Duo Mini Chair is suitable for children and small adults, with very complex positioning needs. The Kirton Duo Chair is also available in larger frame sizes

  • Rent from £15 per day (+VAT)
  • Purchase from £2,643 (+VAT)
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  • All chairs available to rent or buy

  • Delivery and setup service

  • Friendly support team

Key features

  • Tilt in Space (TIS)
  • Back Angle Recline (BAR)
  • Arcing Legrest
  • Split Wing Headrest
  • Tool Free Adjustment
  • Rear Braked Castors
  • Various options for pressure relief in the seat: Intelli-Gel or Reflexion Foam
  • Seat Width 200-350mm
  • Maximum User Weight 57kg (9 stone)

Who is this product for?

  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Postural Management
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Motor Neurone Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Non Ambulant /Semi Ambulant user

Why choose us?

  • All chairs available to rent or buy
  • Delivery and setup service
  • Friendly support team

Rental Equipment

Cost doesn’t have to be a barrier to the specialist seating or equipment you need. We offer short-term rental for palliative care or discharge situations or longer rental for on-going healthcare needs.

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WE HAVE A RANGE OF SERVICES TO HELP SUPPORT YOU

“We can’t thank Dan enough for leaving the chair and sling with us at the time of assessment, as Annie has been up and out of bed every day since”

Mr Dodd, Home Manager
“We have had incredibly positive feedback from everyone who attended the service development training, and colleagues finding the learning pods really useful and informative”

Occupational Therapy Team Lead, Wye Valley NHS Trust
“Thank you SO much for supplying us with our Careflex chair – it arrived this morning, and we have already sat the gentleman out in it”

Occupational Therapist, Stoke-on-Trent
“This is an email to say thank you to Nicola and the Team for the brilliant customer service carried out today”

Carolyn Kilburn, Nursing Home Administrator