A SMART powerbase needs to be reliable and perform to your expectations. Many designs on the market today may not be tried and tested, unlike the Invacare Bora, part of our SMART powerchair range. This chair is built to perform with innovative features and a robust frame design, it offers a reliable and superb drive performance. It features our clever LiNX technology to easily traverse you through everyday life, whether indoors or out.
This comfortable rear wheel drive powerchair features an innovative spring suspension for a day long, smooth drive over all types of terrain. With strength and durability at the heart of its design, Bora will tackle everyday obstacles with its outstanding traction and kerb climbing ability up to 10cm*, to effortlessly take you where you want to go – why don’t you put it to the test and let us know what you think!
Bora goes the distance
Bora is big on drive performance with its 50AH batteries ideal for everyday activities giving a range up to 30km** while still providing nippy power to get you home in time for tea.
Take the innovation test with LiNX – once tried you won’t look back
Powered by LiNX technology, the intuitive controls that take the worry out of driving to give you a consistent drive performance for the lifetime of the powerchair. Combine this with the MyLiNX app that connects your smartphone to the chair to show real-time stats, and you can now plan your day with confidence. With the MyLiNX app help is at hand, whether it’s hints and tips on battery charging, or if you need to contact your service provider, MyLiNX is always there with you.
Available in a stunning choice of colours, you can mix and match shrouds, rims and frame colours to create your own personal style.
Trusted by name, trusted by nature
Invacare has over 130 years’ experience in designing mobility solutions, our knowledge and expertise is second to none when it comes to providing SMART powerchairs that you can rely on, and with a reputation that’s built to last.
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*Max climbing height with kerb climber
**dependent on terrain, battery charge and chair configuration