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Seksi Spokes: Colored Covers for Wheelchair Spokes

Outline: Dr. Gene Emmer from RehaDesign has just announced the launch of Seksi Spokes, colored covers for wheelchair spokes.. RehaDesign have just announced the launch of Seksi Spokes, colored covers for wheelchair spokes. Seksi Spokes and Ultra-Grrrip Pushrim Covers combined can completely change the look of the wheelchair.

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Seksi Spokes combined with Ultra-Grrrip Pushrim Covers make wheelchairs shine...

RehaDesign have just announced the launch of Seksi Spokes, colored covers for wheelchair spokes.

Seksi Spokes are designed to color coordinate with RehaDesign's popular Ultra-Grrrip Pushrim Covers and make wheelchairs come alive with bright and beautiful colors like never seen before.

Ultra-Grrrip Pushrim Covers are one of RehaDesigns most successful products.

On the market for nearly 10 years, Ultra-Grrrip Pushrim Covers improve pushrim grip and comfort. But since they also come in 8 dazzling colors, wheelchair users have really enjoyed the new improved look that Ultra-Grrrip pushrim covers gives to the wheelchair. These colorful pushrim covers have been so popular that RehaDesign developed Seksi Spokes to further enhance the look of the wheelchair.

Example of Seksi Spokes featuring two wheelchairs. One wheelchair has pink spokes and rims, the other has blue spokes and rims.
Example of Seksi Spokes featuring two wheelchairs. One wheelchair has pink spokes and rims, the other has blue spokes and rims.

Seksi Spokes and Ultra-Grrrip Pushrim Covers combined can completely change the look of the wheelchair.

According to Dr. Gene Emmer, owner of RehaDesign;

"When you combine Ultra-Grrrip Pushrim covers and Seksi Spokes on a wheelchair, not only will you have better control of the wheelchair, but it also gives the wheelchair a make-over. Seksi Spokes and Ultra-Grrrip Pushrim covers really make wheelchairs look new"

YouTube video demonstration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBWD3ViSVSs

To see more about how to Beautify Your Wheelchair, visit www.RehaDesign.com

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