Wheelchairs

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


Sunrise Medical

Quickie 2

Quickie 2

  • Quickie’s lightest folding model to date. 
  • A stronger frame results in an increased weight capacity of 300 lbs. standard, and 350 lbs. for the heavy-duty version.
  • Features a versatile axle plate and modern wheels, caster housing and upholstery.
  • Adjustable cross brace translates into more than a thousand component configurations.
  • Push handles are adjustable, and Q-Fit technology ensures a tighter component fit.
  • Options include a hemi frame depth adjustable back, an angle-adjustable back and the Quickie Xtender power-assist system — not to mention 28 color choices.
  • Lite and High-Performance Quickie 2 versions are also available.
  • (800) 333-4000

Motion Composites

VELOCE

VELOCE

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 frame areas.

  • (450) 588-6555

Stealth Products, Inc.

Mo-Vis Controls

Mo-Vis Controls

Every power wheelchair driver is a unique individual, so Mo-Vis driving controls are designed to meet a wide range of consumer preferences and abilities. That includes consumers with very limited or small movements, which can be expertly captured by the Mo-Vis proportional Micro Joystick. Other Mo-Vis models come in regular or smaller sizes and respond to regular/full or reduced forces. Various Mo-Vis controls can be operated by lip, tongue, chin or fingers to ensure optimal access and function. Mo-Vis controls are supported by a full range of Stealth Products’ mounts and hardware to get the very best fit.

  • (800) 965-9229

Numotion

Softwheel

SoftWheel

Does uneven terrain frequently come between you and an optimal ride in your ultralightweight manual wheelchair? SoftWheel features in-wheel shock absorbers that automatically switch between providing rigidity and cushioning to lower the severity of shock and vibration. The results: reduced pain and fatigue, and a more comfortable ride. Choose from three performance packages (aluminum, magnesium or handcycle) that offer different tire and handrim options.

  • (877) 876-5332

Pride Mobility Products

Jazzy Air

Jazzy Air

This power chair elevates/lowers with a touch of the “Air” button to provide 10" of power adjustable seat height in just 16 seconds. Once elevated, Jazzy Air’s user can drive up to 3.5 mph (and up to 4 mph while not elevated) to keep up with companions. The Jazzy Air’s armrests are angle, height and depth adjustable for maximum function and comfort, and bright LED marker lights help Jazzy Air to be seen. A Mid-Wheel 6 drive design with Active-Trac suspension provide enhanced performance and maximum stability.

  • (800) 800-8586

Permobil

M3 Corpus

M3 Corpus

Permobil’s new mid-wheel-drive M3 Corpus power chair offers Active Reach, the ability to combine 12" of seat elevation with up to 20° of forward tilt to make it easier to reach higher shelves or simply be in a more active, functional position while eating or working at a desk. M3’s unique suspension geometry and linear spring design provide added stability, while a new FlexLink suspension offers advanced vibration reduction. The M3 features 7" performance casters and an adjustment-free flutter damping device for a better ride at low speeds.

  • (800) 736-0925

Permobil

M3

M3

  • Consumers who like the maneuverability of mid-wheel drive can now enjoy even greater positioning options.
  • 50° of posterior tilt that’s twice as fast as its predecessor, and has 12" of seat elevation that’s 50 percent faster.
  • Offers anterior tilt to facilitate a critical function that Permobil calls Active Reach, used in everyday situations ranging from leaning forward during mealtimes to facilitating transfers.
  • (800) 736-0925

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

Amysystems

Alltrack Series

Alltrack Series

  • Offers outstanding quality and balanced performance with lighter components and a sleeker look.
  • Each component is designed, engineered, produced and distributed from Amysystems’ new local facility, leaving no room for discrepancies on the final product.
  • Using higher-grade components results in lower overall service costs.
  • Has an innovative core technology that enhances stability, maneuverability and comfort for the user.
  • Available in multiple configurations, all with 6-wheel interactive suspension and additional seat suspension.
  • (888) 453-0311

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

Curtiss-Wright Corp.

CJSM2-BT Joystick Module

CJSM2-BT Joystick Module

  • Bluetooth- and infrared-enabled version of the popular CJSM2 model.
  • Integrated Bluetooth technology enables wheelchair users to control personal computers, Android tablets, iPhones, iPads and other smart devices, right from the joystick module.
  • Infrared communication is widely used to remotely control household appliances and some home-automation equipment to give users more environmental independence.
  • (973) 541-3700

Quantum Rehab

TRU-Balance 3 with iLevel

TRU-Balance 3 with iLevel

  • Designed to provide the ultimate in complex rehab seating and ADL functionality, including iLevel elevation with Extra Stability Technology on the Q6 Edge 2.0, Q6 Edge Z and Q6 Edge HD power bases.
  • Features modular tilt, recline, elevation and an articulating foot platform.
  • Offers easy tailoring of seat depth, width, back height, multi-axis armrests and center-of-gravity adjustment.
  • (800) 800-8586

Sunrise Medical

SureTrac

SureTrac

  • A new option for QM-7 mid-wheel-drive power chairs.
  • Autocorrects small deviations in driving to create a more intuitive, straighter ride with few input corrections.
  • Ideal for drivers using proportional or specialty controls.
  • The system reacts to resistance at each wheel and sends motor-appropriate amperage to neutralize the impact of different surfaces.
  • (800) 333-4000

Quantum Rehab

Advanced Drive Control System

Q-Logic 3 Advanced Drive Control System

  • The new Advanced Drive Control System creates an adaptable, expandable, intuitive control system to serve even the most complex needs.
  • From hand control driving to the highest-end specialty controls, an exclusive range of programming parameters and protocols, such as Clinic Mode, allow rapid setup and precision control.
  • Q-Logic 3 features Bluetooth access to devices and wireless programming from tablets.
  • (800) 800-8586

Spinergy Inc.

ZX-1 Power Add On

ZX-1 Power Add-On Device

  • Converts virtually any manual wheelchair into a powered manual chair.
  • No tools or assistance to attach and detach from the device.
  • Joystick Controlled Device allows for ease of operation and is an intuitive device to learn and operate.
  • Has the ability to operate on a variety of surfaces including; gravel, hard pack, rocky terrain, thick grass, etc.
  • Weighs only 82 lbs. and fits underneath the wheelchair.

http://www.spinergy.com/about-zx-1

  • (303) 823-6299

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

Amysystems

Custom Standing Option

Custom Standing Option

  • Amysystems’ power positioning and seating options range from power tilt to power recline with shear reduction, power elevating seat, elevating and articulating legrests or foot platforms.
  • Amysystems engineers are capable of customizing options such as anterior tilt and standing on an as-needed basis.
  • The company offers aftermarket seating & positioning systems as well as its own Alltrack series of power wheelchairs in mid-wheel and rear-wheel drive, plus pediatric (Series P) and heavy-duty options — the latter has a standard client weight capacity of 550 lbs.

http://amysystems.com/

  • (888) 453-0311

Pride Mobility Products

Go-Chair

Go-Chair

  • Consumers looking for a retail power chair want it all: affordability, plenty of features and functions, the ability to perform to high standards, and easy transportability.
  • 300-lb. weight capacity, 18 AH batteries and a top speed of 3.7 mph.
  • Has Pride’s Feather Touch disassembly design, which enables the disassembled chair to fit into most vehicles.
  • Other consumer-friendly features include dual enclosed, under-seat compartments for storage and a choice of six colors.
  • MSRP of $1909.

http://www.pridemobility.com/gogo/gochair.asp

  • (800) 800-8586

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

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