We will be at Naidex South this week, please come and say hello. I will be on the DisabledGear.com stand C33 helping Guy and selling many trabasacks!


Here is our press release:

Trabasack and Disabledgear.com partner at NAIDEXSOUTH Stand C33

This year Trabasack, the innovative wheelchair lap tray and bag can be found exhibiting and promoting their products at Naidex South International Trade show at the London Excel Centre. Wednesday 19th Oct:10.00am - 05.00pm and Thursday 20th Oct:10.00am - 04.00pm. Naidex South is the major disability, homecare, and rehabilitation exhibition for London and the South East.


Trabasack is an award winning design concept which is both a bag and a tray. It’s firm tray surface is fantastic for use as a table on the move whether you’re eating, drinking or working and it’s underneath is cushioned by a comfortable bean bag cushion which means you can use it comfortably without any awkwardness or difficulty. You can find out much more about this great product at the company website (link at the bottom of the page) and as well as the innovative tray surface, Trabasacks are equipped with spacious bag compartments in which you can store anything you like!


Invented by award winning designer, inventor and entrepreneur Clare Edwards, the Trabasack is going from strength to strength and both its inventor and the company’s managing director are very excited to be at Naidex South (19-20th October) as it opens up a whole new area of opportunities.

“We’ve always exhibited at Naidex in Birmingham so the opportunity to market our product to a whole new audience in London is a really fantastic opportunity,” said Duncan Edwards, the Managing Director of Equip-able. "We’re really hoping to meet many new visitors who will find it much easier to visit from London and the South East. 

Trabasack wheelchair tray wins Style Award at Naidex

After winning the Naidex style award in April and launching in Ireland and Poland this year we are eager to reach professionals, retailers and customers from London and the south east of England at this prestigious venue.” 


Equip-able know they have a fantastic product to offer and are keen to have the opportunity to show this, as Duncan continues to say, “We’re really focussed on bringing our low cost mount and wheelchair accessory to the heart of the UK’s capital where things are often less affordable. Our product is a stylish and versatile aid to London living. It’s perfect for tube, bus and train commuting and it’s a great accessory for study in one of the busy university libraries or out and about in the bustling shopping districts. There are thousands of people in the South East who could really benefit from a Trabasack as a laptop or wheelchair laptray and we’re determined to show them just how great they are!”


These are really exciting times at Equip-able as there are more products in the Trabasack pipeline and interest in them is increasing at a fantastic rate! Equip-able are proud of their position at the forefront of inclusive design and using new media and are keen to show how their products are a brilliant accessory for anybody trying to keep up with the pace of modern life. 


One of Trabasack’s greatest selling points in the health and social care market is because of its fantastic trendy and stylish look. It is often noted that items designed for use by those with disabilities are clinical looking or unattractive to look at and use and this is something Trabasack designer Clare set out to change! Equip-able are committed to their belief that their product can be aesthetically pleasing and functional and they have definitely achieved this with their range of Trabasack models.


Naidex South is a hugely popular and well thought of exhibition and conference which is integral to the conference calendar of all those in the homecare, disability and rehabilitation fields. The London based conference is only in its second year but is growing in popularity and scope and this year is co located with Primary Care Live! -London’s largest gathering of primary care practitioners, NHS staff and public sector workers.  Taking inspiration from the upcoming 2012 London Paralympics the organisers are planning to showcase the best of British talent. The event itself is being opened by ex-England rugby star Matt Hampson, who has himself suffered a spinal injury. Matt is a patron of SpecialEffect accessible gaming charity,  a favourite and supported charity of the Trabasack team.


Both Trabasack inventor and managing director will be at the event and can be found sharing a stand with Guy Harris of DisabledGear.com who is specifically marketing his range of high quality and specially designed wheelchair jeans. As Duncan explains, “the chance to exhibit with another social enterprise for whom we have a great admiration is a terrific opportunity. We have been working with Guy since 2009 as he was one of our first online retailers. The synergy of two innovative and comfort enhancing products for wheelchair users, exhibiting together, was an opportunity we could not miss.” You’ll find both Trabasack and DisabledGear at stand C33.


Trabasack is now available across many countries including Ireland, Poland, France, the Netherlands and Benelux regions, Spain, Germany, New Zealand and USA. We can also confirm exciting new interest from Latvia, South Africa and Singapore and the products are also due to launch across Europe via Amazon in the very near future! The company are committed to promoting social inclusion and believe their British-designed innovative product is a great investment for anyone. Used as awheelchair tray or bag http://wheelchairlaptrays.com , a buggy tray (buggytray.com) and switch mount(switchmounting.com) for children http://sensoryplaytray.com or as a laptop laptray or laptop bag (laptoptraybag.com). 



Information and directions about the venue can be found at the Naidexsouth.com site


  Trabasack at NaidexSouth




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