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  • The Dyn-Ergo is also known as a scoot or pedal chair, which is an armchair that allows users to walk around while remaining seated. It allows people with a high risk of falling to be mobile and to stay active, maintaining their autonomy.

  • The Dyn-Ergo scoot chair is a comfort chair that is also mobile. The chair’s comfort is a priority while remaining mobile and versatile. The emphasis is on aesthetic design that considers the user’s dignity by distancing itself from traditional positioning or geriatric chairs. The concept of maintaining the person’s autonomy and dignity are central to Dyn-Ergo’s design philosophy.

  • Yes, the Dyn-Ergo is available in various seat sizes: 15 ½" (39 cm), 18" (46 cm), 19 ½" (50 cm), 21 ½" (55 cm) and 23" (58 cm).

  • The weight capacities are as follows:

    • S-150-16: 250 lbs. (113 kg)
    • S-150-18: 250 lbs. (113 kg)
    • S-150-20: 250 lbs. (113 kg)
    • S-150-22: 400 lbs. (181 kg)
    • S-150-24: 400 lbs. (181 kg)
  • The Dyn-Ergo’s maximum rear tilt angle is 34 degrees. In addition, thanks to its innovative adjustment system, the tilt can be configured to be positive (towards the back) or negative (towards the front) to make patient transfers easier for caregivers.

  • Yes, the Dyn-Ergo’s seat-to-floor height is adjustable from 13 ½" to 18 ½" (34 to 47 cm).

  • Yes, the height of the armrests is adjustable from 8" to 9 ½" (20 to 24 cm).

  • Yes, the armrests are attached to the seat and follow the chair’s tilt.

  • Yes, the backrest angle is adjustable from 95 to 115 degrees.

  • Yes, the seat depth is adjustable from 13 ¾" to 18" (35 to 46 cm)

  • Adjustments are the key to comfort and maintaining user autonomy. By having a good seat-to-floor height, the chair facilitates the user’s movement as well as transfers. The seat depth adjustability provides good clearance behind the knees and the proper backrest angle ensures optimal posture. In addition, the Dyn-Ergo’s many adjustments make it easy to re-configure for a different user.

  • The Evolution chair has 2 central wheels with a suspension system enabling the patient to self-propel using both their hands and feet while the Dyn-Ergo is mobile only with the user’S feet. In addition, the Evolution pivots on the user’s body axis while the Dyn-Ergo pedal chair pivots by turning the front wheels.

  • The warranty covers any manufacturing defects on the Dyn-Ergo’s metal structure for its usable lifetime, its upholstery for 3 years, mechanical components and wheels for 2 years and accessories for 1 year. For more information, consult the Warranty page.

  • You can find a list of replacement parts in your user manual.

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