Wheelchair users can save major dollars on this FFORA set that includes all its accessible products

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Any product that makes life easier for people is a win. FFORA is a fashion accessories brand dedicated to making everyday products accessible for people with disabilities. With the new FFORA Everything Set, you can swipe up all the brand’s innovative accessories in a single bundle.

FFORA offers wheelchair users everything from coffee tumblers and leather bags to universal attachments, so you’re not juggling your caffeine and belongings in your lap. Rather than buying them all separately, the FFORA Everything Set includes two of the brand’s Attachments, the Essentials Bag or the Large Essentials Plus Bag, the FFORA Active Bag, the Cupholder and the FFORA Tumbler.

The Everything Set, $186 (Orig. $235)

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What’s neat about this deal is that you can save $49 while basically getting one of everything that the brand has to offer. Also, don’t worry about the attachments’ fit. You can specifically select your chair’s model, and the site will tell you if it’s compatible. Plus, you can place your attachment anywhere on the lower tubes of your chair.

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Again, this is a fashion accessories brand, and when you shop the Everything Set, you can choose what metal finish you want (champagne, nickel or midnight). Plus, you can select an accent color in either black, electric blue, hot pink or tangerine.

Once you get your attachments snug and in place, you can clamp on either of your bags or the cupholder to hold the included tumbler, which fits up to 16 fluid ounces. Not to mention, the tumbler has a sliding lid to make opening and closing your drink easier.

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Products to make your life more accessible are important, but saving a few dollars in the process is dope, too.

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