Delta Sitter built for the great outdoors
The Delta Jogger Terrain is rugged and lightweight, therefore the Delta 3-Wheel Special Needs All-Terrain buggy offers outstanding off-road capabilities. A range of sizes suitable for children and adults make woodland walks, beaches and country paths easily accessible.
The Delta Jogger converts into a bicycle trailer or a city pushchair with swivel front wheels, making it easy to get around and turn in small spaces. The swivel wheels are a great improvement in the work environment for the helpers and caretakers.
We often see the Delta Jogger being used for children and teenagers who need to be shielded and protected from the surroundings, and simply have a safe spot to hide or rest. The diagnoses for users may be Down syndrome, MD, CP (with a Sitter Seat or Vakuform cushions) or other diagnoses where rest and shielding are needed.
Product Features / Adjustments
Adjustable Push Handle
Anti tip protection
Bicycle kit for the Delta Jogger
Delta Jogger Terrain transforms into a bicycle trailer for the Medium and Large Delta. It is quick and easy to convert your Delta into a cycle trailer and attach it behind an adult bike. The kit includes a towing bar that mounts to the saddle post of the bike and the buggy, together with the safety rollover bar for the Delta Jogger. The front wheel is removed to fit the towing bar and can be stored in the basket under the canvas and refitted quickly upon arrival at your destination.
NOTE: Maximum load of 45 kg
Remove the front wheel and mount the bicycle kit as shown below.
Place the metal fitting on the flat surface between the round bars. Afterwards push the holes to be aligned with the metal claws
Push the safety pin through the holes in the metal fitting and the metal claws
Slide the towing bar through the big metal fitting hole and place the small safety pin on the opposite side to fasten
Attach the towing bar to your bike, and take your child on an enjoyable ride outside.
Swivel front Wheel
The swivel front wheels can be mounted on the go. Simply remove the front wheel and mount the front swivel wheels with the quick lock. No tools are needed. The exchange can be made with the user in the Jogger as the main weight of the user is located over the rear wheels. Do make sure the occupant is sitting steady.
Delta with Sitter Seat
The Delta Jogger can be converted into a Jogger pushchair for the Sitter Seats. The frame of the Jogger is the same, but the canvas is different. The canvas prepared for the Sitter Seat is made with a different shape compared to the standard Delta canvas. The Sitter canvas makes sure that the seat height and point of gravity are the same as the Sitter Seat as in the standard Delta Jogger. The canvas is simple to exchange as it simply clicks onto the frame.
Delta with Moldable Cushion
The Delta Jogger can be equipped with a moulded seat, back or both for those users who have little body control, or simply need stability and fixation to keep a normal/straight spine sitting position. The moulded cushions are made as standard to fit the user and where it is used. The shape of the cushion can be changed when the user grows or need a different correction. This means that the cushion lasts a long time and may be used in different chairs or seating systems.
Delta with Reclinable Back
The Delta Jogger also comes in a different version with a recline back, allowing the user to sleep and rest in a more laid-back position. Often used by people who need a place to rest while outside and children with autism, it functions as a comfort zone. With our extended canopy, the user gets their own fully closed space, within the pushchair.
The Delta Jogger can be equipped with a help engine making walking uphill easy. This is especially helpful with larger / heavy users in the Delta Jogger in hilly terrain or caretakers not able to push the Jogger uphill. The help engine is mounted to the Jogger and can be removed when not needed and thus reduce the total weight. The control box of the engine has a forward and reverse direction with two speeds. The engine can be disengaged by raising the engine drag wheels from the ground. This is done with the feet pushing on a pedal. Once the engine is disengaged it becomes easier to manoeuvre in tight spaces such as a shop and the like.