- Suitable for most types of users, the küschall Champion has the driving performance and stability of a rigid wheelchair, plus all the advantages of a foldable one.
- A unique horizontal folding mechanism turns this wheelchair into one of the smallest traveling chairs, and a standard soft locking mechanism on the backrest prevents it from opening while folded.
- Nine seat positions and five backrest angles provide easy positioning of the center of gravity.
- The Champion features stepless adjustments in the front and rear, a standard aluminum frame and a slightly upholstered backrest.
- The Quickie 2 pairs advanced aesthetics and technology with a folding frame (and a redesigned crossbrace) to create a more rigid, stronger and lighter wheelchair.
- Despite a higher weight capacity of 300 lbs., the Quickie 2’s overall weight is lighter.
- An incredibly versatile axle plate, plus modern wheels, caster housings and upholstery, create a great-looking, easy-handling and even more adjustable folding wheelchair.
- The modern Quickie 2 comes with adjustable push handles and is available in Lite and HP (High Performance) options.
- A 28-color palette gives each end-user the ability to add his or her own style.
This folding ultralightweight wheelchair uses
carbon fiber to produce a frame that is so
lightweight, but also durable and adjustable.
The Symmetrical Molded Cross Brace,
the Rigid Unibody frame and the Ultrarigid
folding system work together to reduce
flex and torsion in the frame and provide
the most efficient propulsion possible. The
carbon fiber is carefully molded and tested
to ISO and ANSI/RESNA standards, and
special attention is devoted to the number
and direction of carbon layers in specific
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.
- 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
- 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.
- 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
- The 7R allows
quick back-angle adjustments
throughout the day, while the
7RS has a fully rigid backrest
and axle plate to further reduce
- Provides 360° of
Top End Crossfire T7A
- Welded caster head tubes eliminate
the need for an adjustment
in a high-impact area, thereby
preserving performance for the
- 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
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
- 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
- Cutting-edge carbon fiber
technology gives the ultralightweight
design of the new
APEX outstanding strength
- 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
comfort and easy transportability
for active lifestyles.
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.
- A cutting-edge design and 7000 series aluminum have produced the Helio A7, which in its standard configuration is the lightest in its category, according to Motion Composites.
- Features a Symmetrical Hydroformed Crossbrace, oval-shaped tubes, and oversized pivot axles working with an Ultrarigid Folding System to maximize rigidity and conserve user energy.
- Can achieve a seat-to-floor height as low as 13.5" (with a 4" caster and a standard frame).
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.