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The Original PushTracker™

The original PushTracker was the first of its kind, introducing Bluetooth technology and tap gestures to the world as a way of controlling the device. Tap gestures allow you to control the SmartDrive without having to push the wheel to start and SwitchControl can still be used in combination. The original PushTracker is great for those who want or need a simpler wearable choice to control their SmartDrive. Fine tune your performance and keep everything up to date using the new PushTracker App.

 

  • Original PushTracker

    A simple wearable with smaller size and less technology

  • SwitchControl comes standard

    The original PushTracker can also be paired with SwitchControl, including the ability to program the speeds and modes.

  • PushTracker Mobile App

    Control all your settings and keep your system up to date using our new PushTracker app.

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We see a wheelchair the same way you do. As an extension of you. Not just of your body. But of your personality. Why? Because many of our employees are also wheelchair users. They depend on our chairs as much as you do. And they’ve learned through experience how to use design, technology and creativity to improve lives.

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PUSHTRACKER SIZES

Measure your wrist circumference and reference the ranges below for the PushTracker size that fits you best:

Small: 4-1/2″ / 114 mm to 6″ / 152 mm

Medium: 6″ / 152 mm to 7-1/4″ / 184 mm

Large: 7-1/4″ / 184 mm to 9″ / 229 mm

The band on the PushTracker is designed for most users. But if you have difficulty securing, it doesn’t fit quite right, or you wish to have one of a different color / material / pattern, the band can be easily replaced with essentially any 0.7″ (18 mm) wide off-the-shelf watch band of your choosing.

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The right chair can make all the difference — in your life, in your independence, and in your long-term health. See how we’re using the latest medical research to deliver information that moves everyone in our industry forward.

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