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Loopwheels Jelly Products Ltd.

Unit 202 Boughton Industrial Estate, NG22 9LD Boughton, Newark
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
This company is main exhibitor of

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REHACARE 2019 hall map (Hall 6): stand A05

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REHACARE 2019 fairground map: Hall 6

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 07  Mobility and walking aids
  • 07.02  Wheelchairs and vehicles
  • 07.02.09  Wheels, castors

Our products

Product category: Wheels, castors

Bright Coloured Wheelchair Wheels

A pair of 24″ or 25″ shock-absorbing wheels for manual wheelchairs and active users. Choice of 6 bright colours, with black logos. Supplied ready fitted with black aluminium push rims, offset at either 19mm (wide) or 11mm (narrow) from the rim, or upgrade to more push rim options including the new beautifully designed range from CarboLife (Curve, Curve Large, Curve Grip, Curve Grip Large or Gekko).

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Product category: Wheels, castors

Black Wheelchair Wheels

A pair of 24″ or 25″ diameter shock-absorbing wheels. Black loops with coloured logos. Supplied fitted with black aluminium push rims, offset at either 19mm (wide) or 11mm (narrow) from the rim. Or for a more ergonomic experience on 24″ wheels upgrade to Curve or Curve Grip hand rims.

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Product category: Wheels, castors

Multi-Coloured Wheelchairs Wheels

A pair of multi-coloured shock-absorbing wheels with integral suspension, in 24 inch or 25 inch diameter. Choose your own combo from 7 colours (including black and white) and email your spec to us. We make your wheels to your spec so this can take up to 4 weeks. Supplied ready fitted with push rims, offset at either 19mm (wide) or 11mm (narrow) from the rim.

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About us

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Loopwheels are designed, engineered and made in Nottinghamshire by Jelly Products Ltd. It’s a registered design with patents pending.

The story of loopwheels is one of determination, and a streak of madness. They were invented and developed by Sam Pearce, in his home in Nottinghamshire, England. By training and profession, Sam is a mechanical engineer and industrial designer. By nature, he is some one who loves making things: designing, building, doing. He loves simplicity, and products that work well.  Sam is practical and hands-on. He is stubborn and doesn’t give up easily. All useful traits when you find you’ve set out on a journey to reinvent the wheel . . .
Sam believes passionately in craftsmanship and in the skills and knowledge that come from practical experience. He worked with a small local company, KG Archery, manufacturers of archery bows, on the development of the springs for loopwheels.

We’re proud to be a British manufacturer of a world-class innovation in wheel technology.