From power to manual, from basic to fully customized – these vehicles and their many component choices are designed to move you.

Aqua Creek Products



The Mobi-Chair is a floating beach wheelchair that provides a seamless transition from boardwalk-to-beach-to water. Wheelchair users, children and adults with special needs can benefit from the convenience, portability and comfort of the Mobi-Chair for leisure time and entertainment during your vacations at the beach, at lakes or even in swimming pools.
  • (888) 687-3552

Columbia Medical



The Sprout pediatric wheelchair folds for easy transport and storage, and the frame grows in width through four sizes to keep up with kids (seat depth grows from 9" to 18"). Widths and depths can be configured independently. In four sizes (12", 14", 16", 18") in user weight capacities of 100 to 165 lbs.

  • (800) 454-6612


Natural-Fit Handrim

Ergonomic Handrims

Out-Front’s handrim choices include the Natural-Fit, Surge and Q-Grip, which vary in coating surfaces, ergonomics and functionality. These handrims’ benefits include a better grip for increased efficiency with each push, as well as more ergonomic shaping to better fit the users’ hands. Use the Handrim Feature Finder at out-front.com/handrims to choose according to the wheelchair user’s abilities and preferences.

  • (888) 832-1829

Freedom Designs, Inc.

Generation NXT

NXT Mini

Freedom Designs’ tilt-in-space wheelchairs offer portability and durability with positioning support. The Future Fit program provides parts to grow the folding or rigid NXT once during the frame’s lifetime. Freedom also offers the Lower Extremity Accommodation Frame and the Multi-Axis Positioning System footrest. The “Mini” size grows in half-inch width/depth increments.

  • (800) 331-8551

Quantum Rehab

Q6 Edge HD

Q6 Edge HD

Quantum Rehab describes this heavy-duty power chair as “real-world ready” thanks to ultra-high torque 4-pole motors, Mid-Wheel 6 Drive Design ATX Suspension and Group 24 batteries. The Q6 Edge HD accepts a range of rehab seating, including TRU-Balance Power Positioning. This chair has a user weight capacity of 450 lbs.

  • (800) 800-8586

Mobility Technologies



With a travel range of 150 miles or more at speeds up to 30 mph, LifeTrike was designed to provide longer-range independent mobility to manual and power wheelchair users. Wheelchairs can roll in and out of the LifeTrike to make trips more efficient. The LifeTrike is 72" long, 67" wide, features twin 49cc engines, and has weight limits of 250 lbs. for the consumer and 256 lbs. for the wheelchair.

  • (765) 983-8711

Motion Composites



Using a system that Motion Composites calls “Ultrarigid Folding,” the Veloce features a symmetrical carbon fiber crossbrace, oval-shaped tubes and oversized pivot axles to maximize frame rigidity and responsiveness. But the transportability traits of a folding chair are also preserved for consumers who prefer to fold and go. With a total weight of 17.6 lbs. and a transport weight of 11.22 lbs., the Veloce is a breeze to lift and store in a motor vehicle.

  • (450) 588-6555


K300 PS Junior

K300 PS Junior

The K300 front-wheel drive power base, with a 165-lb. user weight capacity, has growth built right in. Seat widths are available 11-16", and seat depths from 10" to 18". Armrests are adjustable, and the K300 offers seat elevation and optional power or manual tilt (45°) functions, plus programmable R-net controls. To ensure kids can keep up with pals, the base comes with a 5-mph top speed, with an upgrade to 6.5 mph available. An array of eye-catching color choices make sure that heads turn when the K300’s owner arrives on the scene.

  • (800) 736-0925

Sunrise Medical (US) LLC

Quickie Pulse Options

Quickie Pulse Options

The Quickie Pulse power chair just expanded its reach thanks to an additional array of options. The Pulse series of chairs — there are six different models — now boasts more Specialty Input Devices, including 15 new Switch-It proportional and non-proportional controls, and six new proportional controls from Adaptive Switch Laboratories. The Pulse line now also accommodates accessories from RAM and Active Controls ranging from phone and tablet holders to auxiliary USB power sources and the ReCharge battery charger.

  • (800) 333-4000

Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare

Trident HD

Trident HD

Trident heavy-duty (K0825) front-wheel-drive power chair has a 450-lb. weight capacity with 22" or 24" seat widths, captain’s-style seating, a semi-reclining back and adjustable-height headrest. Padded armrests are height, width and angle adjustable. Consumers can enjoy a 4-mph top speed and a 15-mile maximum cruising range on flat-free, non-marking black tires. They can also adjust the seat forward or backward for the positioning they prefer.

  • (877) 224-0946

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