The JAY® Syncra™ Seating System was designed to be a cohesive seating system specifically designed for optimal performance with power tilt and recline. It features a host of smart adjustments to ensure proper fit. This short video will explain the key clinical features and benefits of this seating system.
Superior maneuverability. Compact design.
A new generation of power wheelchair
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