DEZZIV d.o.o.

Slatina 30c, 3327 Šmartno ob Paki
Slovenia
Telephone +386 31 623339
info@dezziv.si

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 07  Mobility and walking aids
  • 07.02  Wheelchairs and vehicles
  • 07.02.12  Wheelchair components and accessories

Wheelchair components and accessories

Our products

Product category: Wheelchair components and accessories

DEZZIV Top Break&Go

 The first and only wheelchair brake which completely frees you and your assistants.

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About us

Company details

We are currently producing two models of Brake & Go, model Classic and model Top. The models differ mainly from the brake wheel and various braking structures. Classic is a simpler, cheaper version with an aluminum brake wheel and is intended for daily use. The Top model is technically more sophisticated, with a brake wheel, with a neoprene fiber reinforced fiberglass, which can be replaced. The Top model is constructed for demanding users and extreme conditions of use, such as rain or snow. The braking effect of the Top model is the same in wet conditions as the braking effect in dry conditions. Both brake models perform the same functions.

The DEZZIV Brake & Go brake is completely mechanical and easy. The brake acts on the principle of an eccentrically mounted brake wheel, which is turned on wheelchair wheel when turned on, and when the wheel rotates, an eccentrically mounted brake wheel is rotated, which increases the friction between the wheelchair wheel and the brake wheel. Wheelchair wheel is blocked.

We filed an international patent application for the DEZZIVE Brake & Go brake. The Brake & Go brake is manufactured in accordance with the international standard ISO 7176-3

The Brake & Go brake is mounted on a wheelchair using a standard clamp with a standard 19 mm connection. However, due to the different dimensions of wheelchair frames, the brakes are not included. The brakes have very great possibilities of dimensional adjustment to different types of wheelchairs.

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