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Dash Rehab launches new Robooter E40 smart powerchair

Last Updated on 27/10/2023 by Sarah Sarsby

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Mobility equipment supplier Dash Rehab has introduced the second smart powerchair in its range, the Robooter E40.

Dash Rehab is part of RHealthcare, which was formed through the purchase of Remploy Healthcare. RHealthcare is a member of the British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA).

The Robooter E40 is a 4mph manual-fold powered aluminium wheelchair, which can be controlled with a smartphone and comes with added features built into the chair. These include the ability to change the voice on the chair and cruise control.

A ‘fault find’ feature highlights if there is an issue with the chair and the end-user can receive handy updates via an app.

Built-in Bluetooth technology also turns a smart phone into an attendant control. The E40 can be ‘sent away’ or up a ramp into a car, for example. 

Navigation is made easier with lighting to the front and rear of the chair.

Brent McIvor, sales and marketing director at Dash Rehab, commented: “The Robooter E40 is a great follow-on product from the X40 model. Our focus is to move the design and technology forward with this latest release, appealing to an increasingly tech-savvy end user.  So far, we are encouraged by the positive feedback from end users.”

The Robooter E40 and X40 are exclusive to Dash Rehab in the UK and Ireland. 

The E40 features a streamlined design. Its classic curves and contours are enhanced by a range of contemporary colours: pearl white, peacock blue, modern grey, ink lake green, and graphite black. The main frame is powder coated for a superior and long-lasting smooth finish.

Ergonomically, the E40 is designed to offer an immersive seating experience. The backrest is integrated with the ergonomic seat. The backrest mesh fits the body curve better providing support for the lumbar spine and helping muscles stay more relaxed when sitting for a long time. Luxe leather on the armrests adds to the user experience.

The E40 has a travelling distance of 16 miles, powered by a 20amp lithium battery.

It is easily transported due to its weight and compact size. The overall lifting weight is 21kg, excluding battery, with a maximum user weight of 150kg. The powerchair can be folded at the touch of a button. 

With rear pneumatic tyres and honeycomb front castors, the E40 is designed for everyday terrain. It can also be used on a bus or train.

To discuss the E40 in more detail, call 0845 146 0600 or email

Dash Rehab will also be exhibiting at this year’s OT Show on 22-23 November at the NEC, Birmingham on stand D33.