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Established in 1987 to develop manual lightweight wheelchairs, Karma Mobility supplies the NHS and a number of private retailers. Karma’s excellent reputation for safety and quality reassures customers that when they buy a Karma product, they’re buying a mobility aid that won’t let them down. Shire Mobility stock a wide range of Karma Mobility wheelchair models starting from £275.

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Karma Ergo Lite 2

The Ergo Lite 2 is an incredibly light aluminium wheelchair which includes the ergonomic features of the Ergo Lite as standard.

Prices from £505 More details

Ergo Lite

The Ergo Lite is Karma's lightest attendant-propelled wheelchair, weighing just 8.5kg!

Prices from £405 More details

Wren 2

This standard aluminium wheelchair comes with plenty of features.

Prices from £305 More details

Sparrow

The Karma Sparrow is, as the name suggests, a wonderfully lightweight wheelchair.

Prices from £285 More details

Ergo 125

This comfortable and affordable aluminium wheelchair is purpose built for easy mounting and dismounting.

Prices from £480 More details

Ergo 115

The Karma Ergo 115 is an ultra lightweight aluminium wheelchair.

Prices from £455 More details

Martin HD

The Karma Martin SD is a heavy duty wheelchair capable of carrying users weighing up to 25 stone.

Prices from £585 More details

MVP502

The Karma MVP502 comes with an innovative anti-sliding design.

Prices from £995 More details

VIP 2

The Karma VIP 2 combines a tilt in space wheelchair with the functionality of a reclining backrest.

Prices from £1085 More details

Karma wheelchair FAQs

Which is the best lightweight wheelchair?

Karma Mobility has a couple of lightweight wheelchairs within their product range. Such as the Ergo Lite 2 weighing in at approx. 8.6kg. Most are available as transit wheelchairs or self-propelled wheelchairs.

Can you get a prescription for a Karma Mobility wheelchair?

It is possible to have a Karma Mobility wheelchair on prescription and from the NHS or healthcare provider. You will be assessed first on your ability to walk and move.

How do I choose a good wheelchair?

A good wheelchair is one that suits your needs. It is always best to be assessed where possible for one. Typical questions or areas to look at are:

There are obviously other questions to ask, however it boils down to if the wheelchair is comfortable and supports the user.

Contact us

For a no obligation telephone consultation please call us or fill out our online form.

Northampton: 01604 580 600
Bicester: 01869 253 976
Banbury: 01295 252 722
Email: info@shiremobility.co.uk

We have three mobility shops situated in Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire that are located in Northampton (our head office), Bicester and Banbury.