Manual Wheelchairs

High performance, lightweight, portable and stylish: Today's manual wheelchair designs offer something for every environment and need.


Motion Composites

APEX Carbon

  • Designed to optimize ride, reduce weight and provide optimal stability and performance.
  • State-of-the-art carbon fiber manufacturing technology to produce a frame that is lightest in class as well as durable and adjustable.
  • With a special rigidizing system, the APEX delivers the smooth ride you expect from carbon fiber, but also increases lateral stability and responsiveness.
  • Molded to precise specifications and tested to ISO and ANSI/RESNA standards.
  • APEX has a transport weight of 9.2 lbs. to facilitate vehicle transfers.
  • (450) 588-6555

PDG Mobility

Elevation Ultralight Chair

Elevation

  • Enables increased function, independence and comfort for active users.
  • Suitable for a range of clients and their varying needs, Elevation enables users to embrace daily activities in a number of different environments.
  • Combines a gas-strut suspension and an ultralightweight frame to provide dynamic seat height and an on-the-fly adjustable back angle that can be instantly adjusted according to what the user wants to accomplish, from functional reaching during activities of daily living to ascending/descending ramps.
  • (888) 858-4422

Invacare

MyOn HC

MyOn HC

  • By offering virtually unlimited configurations, the new MyOn HC manual wheelchair can be especially beneficial to newly injured users, who may need to adjust their mobility systems as their abilities change.
  • Easy to fine tune (with a single tool as the user stays seated in the chair) and easy to store, thanks to a patented H-frame folding mechanism that can be operated with one hand.
  • Folding design also locks the side frames when the MyOn HC is in use to provide optimal stability and performance.

http://www.invacare.com/cgi-bin/imhqprd/inv_catalog/prod_cat_detail.jsp?%3CSESS%3E&prodID=MYONHC

  • (800) 333-6900

LEVO USA Inc.

LAE Standing Chair

LAE Standing Chair

  • A lightweight, manually propelled wheelchair with manual standing functionality.
  • Integrated into the aircraft aluminum frame are two gas struts that assist the client in rising to a fully standing position.
  • Can also be paused at any vertical position on the way up, so the user can choose the positioning that’s ideal for comfort and function.
  • The standing function is designed to be smooth and easy to operate to put the consumer in more complete control of his/her environment while enjoying the benefits of pressure relief, improved respiration, improved digestion and building up of bone strength.

http://levousa.com/lae/lae.html

  • (888) LEVO USA

Sunrise Medical

QX/QXi Folding Series

QX/QXi Folding Series

  • Available with a vertically adjustable axle plate to fit the K0004 HCPCS code (seen here as the black-framed QX), and with both vertical and horizontal adjustability to meet the requirements of the K0005 code (seen here as the blue QXi).
  • Making axle plate adjustments is quick (less than a minute) and easy; a single tool is used to fine tune center of gravity, seat-to-floor height, back height and axle camber and spacing.
  • A three-arm cross brace inside the frame provides a more rigid ride, and Quickie options — including armrests, wheels, tires and casters — enable clinicians and ATPs to find the optimal configuration for every client.

http://www.sunrisemedical.com/manual-wheelchairs/quickie/folding-wheelchairs/qxi-qx

  • (800) 333-4000

Motion Composites

APEX

APEX

  • Cutting-edge carbon fiber technology gives the ultralightweight design of the new APEX outstanding strength and durability.
  • With a transport weight of just 9.2 lbs., APEX provides superior weight in a fully adjustable rigid chair.
  • A more open, responsive design concept increases rear-frame rigidity and improves lateral stability, while maintaining top-of-the-line comfort and easy transportability for active lifestyles.

http://www.motioncomposites.com/en/apex-2/

  • (450) 588-6555

Invacare

Top End Crossfire T7A

Top End Crossfire T7A

  • Welded caster head tubes eliminate the need for an adjustment in a high-impact area, thereby preserving performance for the long haul.
  • This specially designed high-performance frame endures the rigors of everyday use and provides a smooth, efficient ride for active users who need their wheelchairs to keep up with all they do.

http://www.invacare.com/cgi-bin/imhqprd/inv_catalog/prod_cat_detail.jsp?prodID=CT7A&catOID=null

  • (800) 333-6900

TiLite

TX Series 2

TX Series 2

  • Provides the power and style of a rigid design with the convenience of a folding one.
  • The titanium dual-tube TiFit frame offers durability, while side-to-side folding provides a slim folded profile for easy transportation.
  • Available in seat widths of 12-20" and seat depths of 14-20".
  • Made specifically to accommodate and fit the sizing and needs of its particular and unique user.

https://permobilus.com/products/manual-wheelchairs-by-tilite/

  • (800) 545-2266

Ki Mobility

Little Wave Flip

Little Wave Flip

Designed to make that first step toward early-intervention mobility more natural for both parents and child, the Little Wave Flip combines popular stroller design elements with the durability and functionality of a wheelchair. This chair offers tilt-in-space positioning in a system that’s easy to grow; the tube-in-tube seat rail design is modular so changes can be made without replacing parts. Seat widths from 10" to 18"; seat depths from 12" to 20".

https://www.kimobility.com/Product.action?productName=Little+Wave+Flip

  • (800) 981-1540

Convaid

R82 Stingray

R82 Stingray

  • Adjustments, comfort and lightness in steering are key attributes of the Stingray wheelchair, which boasts a 180° turnable seat, even with the child seated.
  • Angle adjustability makes it easy to find exactly the position that’s best for any user.
  • With an efficient suspension and a safe and secure braking system, the R82 Stingray is easy to drive for parents while offering functional positioning for the child.

http://www.r82.com

  • (888) 266-8243

Sunrise Medical

Folding Zippie IRIS

Folding Zippie IRIS

  • Comes with a folding option for a new dimension of compact, easy portability thanks to an XLOCK folding crossbrace.
  • Offers 40° or 55° rotation ranges, plus a rocker arm design that results in smooth, easy-to-control tilting within a compact wheelbase.
  • A foot-release tilt actuator provides handsfree tilting without exposed cables.
  • The angle-adjustable stroller handle fits parents of different heights.

http://www.sunrisemedical.com/manual-wheelchairs/zippie/tilt-in-space-wheelchairs/iris

  • (800) 333-4000

Sunrise Medical

7 Series

7 Series

  • 7000 series aerospace aluminum, heat treated using ShapeLoc technology, is at the heart of the new 7 Series’ ultralightweight frame that has thinner, lighter-weight tubing along with increased strength.
  • The 7R allows quick back-angle adjustments throughout the day, while the 7RS has a fully rigid backrest and axle plate to further reduce overall weight.
  • Provides 360° of upper-body motion.

http://www.sunrisemedical.com/manual-wheelchairs/quickie/rigid-ultra-lightweight/quickie-7series

  • (800) 333-4000

Sunrise Medical

Quickie 7 Series

Quickie 7 Series

Do you know exactly what you want? Or does that change as the day goes on? Either way, the new Quickie 7 series of rigid ultralightweight wheelchairs has your answer. The 7 series frames are made of 7000 series aerospace aluminum specially treated for increased strength in a thinner, lighter-weight tubing. The 7R has an adjustable frame for quick back-angle adjustments. The 7RS has a fully rigid backrest and axle plate. Choose the Freestyle backrest option to top off your unique look.

http://sunrisemedical.com

  • (800) 333-4000

Ki Mobility

Rogue Xp

Rogue Xp

  • Designed for adolescents (in up to five different colors!), the rigid Rogue Xp uses features from the adult Rogue and pediatric Little Wave Clik.
  • Adjusts in seat width/height, center of gravity, seat upholstery and seat pans.
  • Crafted of 1 3/8" 7000 series aluminum to stand up to the active lives of teens and young adults.
  • (800) 981-1540

Mobility Direct (U.S. distributor)

Wheelblades

Wheelblades

  • Invented by Swiss wheelchair user and outdoor enthusiast Patrick Mayer, Wheelblades offer chair users greater access in snowy conditions.
  • Attach to front casters of manual chairs; the greater width distributes the user’s weight and propulsion energy over a greater surface area to keep casters from sinking into the snow.
  • Two tracking channels on the underside compresses snow to ensure stability.
  • Can be easily and quickly attached to front wheels measuring 1.8 to 6 cm wide (approximately .71" to 2.36" wide).
  • Check out wheelblades.ch or Wheelblades’ American distributor for more information.
  • (877) 914-1830

Epical Solutions

FreeWheel Attachment

FreeWheel Attachment

  • By attaching to rigid-framed manual wheelchairs (or to folding chairs via an adaptor), FreeWheel enables consumers to push over surfaces that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to navigate.
  • The attachment is designed to provide a longer wheelbase and reduce resistance and drag when rolling over broken sidewalks, curbs, carpet, gravel, dirt, grass and snow.
  • Encourages a more active lifestyle by improving accessibility in all sorts of everyday and exceptional situations.
  • (517) 488-7315

Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare

Wallaby

Wallaby

  • Bus-transit approved when used with headrest extensions and five-point harnesses.
  • Available in 12" and 14" widths and 12" depths.
  • Powder-coated steel frame, nylon upholstery, pelvic belt with reversible cover.
  • 22" rear and 6" front swivel rubber wheels.
  • Height-adjustable push handles and push-to-lock brakes.
  • (877) 224-0946

Ki Mobility

Little Wave Clik

Little Wave Clik

  • The Clik gets its name from strategically designed Index System tubing that is “dimpled” to optimize adjustments and eliminate guesswork. Ki Mobility says proper positioning techniques and wheel access are one “click” away from just right.
  • A dynamic fifth wheel can be adjusted for range and spring rate to match riders of various ability levels.
  • Width and depth grow from 8" to 16", so your littlest clients can use Clik in a mid-wheel setup, while more expert users can learn balance and wheeling skills.

http://www.kimobility.com/Product.action?productName=Little+Wave+Clik

  • (800) 981-1540

Motion Composites

Helio C2

Helio C2

  • Now available in America, the Helio C2 boasts a transport weight of just 12 lbs. while offering strength and durability thanks to carbon fiber technology.
  • The C2’s symmetrical crossbrace and one-piece side frame reduces weight and distributes forces equally throughout the frame for superior energy transfer and propulsion efficiency.
  • Also available in a heavy-duty model (350-lb. weight capacity while weighing just 6 ounces more than a standard C2).

http://www.motioncomposites.com/en/helio-c2/

  • (450) 588-6555

Broda Seating

Comfort-Tilt Model 587

Comfort Tilt Model 587

  • Offers 45° of tilt via a sleek frame design that performs gentle, quick, easy repositioning.
  • Model 587 accepts aftermarket backs, cushions and other accessories.
  • Available in seat widths of 16", 18" and 20 ", in depths of 16" to 20",
  • Weight capacity of 250 lbs.
  • Adjustable seat-to-floor height of 14" to 19".
  • Back angle and height-adjustable arms can be adjusted for optimal comfort.

http://www.brodaseating.com/products/comfort-tilt-manual-tilt-wheelchair-587.html

  • (800) 668-0637

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