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Ethos Ultralightweight Chair

Ethos Ultralightweight Chair

As seen at the 2019 International Seating Symposium: Self-propelling isn’t the only activity that can fatigue ultralightweight manual wheelchair users. So can absorbing the endless vibration and jostling transmitted through the chair every time it rolls over a crack in the sidewalk, a transition from carpet to flooring, or any of a thousand other discrepancies on the ground. Vibrations can trigger spasticity, cause pain, and decrease sitting tolerance. But Ki Mobility has a new answer. Its Ethos wheelchair is specifically designed to reduce movement in the legs and feet as the chair rolls. The Ethos seat frame is isolated from the base frame to reduce the vibration that is transmitted to the wheelchair user. The bottom frame is rigid to prevent loss of energy, but a small cross brace up front provides some caster flexion to produce a comfortable and efficient ride. The chair also offers a wide range of seat widths and depths, front and rear seat heights, camber, and frame/highlight colors so Ethos can be tailored and fit optimally to every user. Ethos was designed by longtime wheelchair user Alan Ludovici, Ki Mobility’s Senior Design Engineer.

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Ki Mobility

Focus CR Power Tilt

Focus CR Power Tilt

The Focus Power Tilt is designed to provide rehab clients with the benefits of tilt in space while allowing them to control their own tilt. The system includes features such as a standard toggle control (right or left) or pendant control that can be hung anywhere with a control lock-out feature and battery status indicator. An optional interface for electronic controllers such as egg switches is also available. The Power Tilt is equipped with a manual disconnect to reposition the client if the battery is accidentally discharged. When a power wheelchair is not the right choice for a customer, the Focus Power Tilt is designed to provide a fantastic option.

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Ki Mobility

Axiom SP Visco Cushion

Axiom SP Visco

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2018:

The Axiom SP Visco (pictured) and SP Fluid, both coded as E2607/8, are available in sizes from 14x14" to 22x20".

Feedback from my customers has been overwhelmingly positive. Sometimes it’s difficult to judge the effectiveness of a seating interface; however, the follow-up comments I received were all good.

— Ralph Booker, ATP, CRTS, National Seating & Mobility

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Ki Mobility

Liberty Wheelchair

Liberty Wheelchair

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2018:

Ki has, once again, listened closely to the needs of the consumer, therapist and supplier, and responded with a very well-thought-out and beautifully designed solution!

This chair is a great product for the manual chair user who wants to continue to self-propel with upper or lower extremities, but needs some extra positioning and/or pressure relief. The weight and ease of folding is impressive for all of the function it provides, and consumers and therapists find it attractive!

As always, Ki has also been mindful of our funding challenges, and has been able to provide pricing that aligns well with our current funding restrictions.

— Mala Aaronson, OT, ATP, CRTS, National Seating & Mobility

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Ki Mobility

Squiggles Stander

Squiggles Stander

The versatile three-in-one Squiggles Stander is designed to enable clinicians to maximize postural requirements through pelvic stability, trunk and head alignment for kids ages 1 through 5. Leg and foot positioning is also provided for standing therapy. The stander offers prone, upright and supine standing for kids 29.5" to 43.3" tall, weighing up to 48.4 lbs. The Squiggles Stander is available in green, orange, blue and pink — bright colors that appeal to children and their families.

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Ki Mobility

Mygo Stander

Mygo Stander

LECKEY’s Mygo brings standing therapy to kids from 4 to 14 years old as they grow and experience postural changes. Mygo encourages a natural standing posture and offers prone, supine and upright standing in one product. The angle of knee and foot supports relative to the hip and chest can be adjusted 20° to accommodate contractures. Footplates adjust individually to accommodate up to 10° plantar or dorsi flexion. Wings on the contoured shoulder support are angle adjustable to provide shoulder protraction and bring the hands midline. A pelvic derotation belt positions the pelvis in a central and neutral position with minimal effort.

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Ki Mobility

Little Wave Clik

Little Wave Clik

Key Kids’ Words: Dynamic fifth wheel

The Little Wave Clik enables children to go and grow, with width and depth growth capabilities of 8" to 16" and features that promote independence. Ki’s strategically designed Index System of tubing has dimples that optimize adjustment while eliminating guess work. It promotes proper positioning techniques and wheel access so you are just one “Clik” away from just right. The new dynamic fifth wheel will allow you to adjust both range and spring rate to benefit any level of rider. Set up in mid-wheel configuration for your littlest riders or set up to help teach balance and wheeling skills, the Clik is designed for next-generation wheelchair users and their families.

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Ki Mobility

Focus CR

Focus CR

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2017:

Very adjustable seat-to-floor heights, growable seat pan, self-propel axle plate.

— Kathy Fallon, ATP, Kennebec Pharmacy & Home Care

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2016:

Secure and smart tilt: These features make uncontrolled tilting no longer an issue. I used to hang onto wheelchair push handles to make sure that when tilt was activated, the seated individual would not be “dropped” or jolted into tilt. Very scary when that happens!

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Ki Mobility

Catalyst

Catalyst

Whether you choose a K0004 or K0005 folding Catalyst, you can count on quality construction, durable design and light weight. All models are made of 7000 series aluminum, a stronger and lighter, vibration-dampening alloy. An enhanced cross brace design and swing-away front footrest hangers create a wheelchair with greater custom configurability and durability. In seat widths of 14-22", seat depths of 14-20" and a 350-lb. weight capacity.

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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".

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Ki Mobility

Little Wave Flip

Little Wave Flip

By integrating styling elements seen in strollers — and 500+ color combinations! — this new tilt-in-space chair seeks to facilitate the first step toward early-intervention positioning. Because the Flip has fewer parts than other tilt chairs, its seat height, depth and width are easy to change as the child grows. A tube-in-tube seat rail design is modular so changes can be made without replacing parts. The raised pivot point on the folding back allows more seating to remain on the chair when it’s folded.

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2016:

A great transition for the kiddos and their parents who still want a stroller concept, but have outgrown the appropriateness of a rehab stroller. Can put any seating on it, and love the way it folds!

— Anne Kieschnik, ATP, CRTS, Numotion

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Ki Mobility

Focus CR Power Tilt

Focus CR Power Tilt

Not all clients can efficiently operate a traditional power chair — but what if they can still independently control their positioning? The Focus CR Power Tilt system features a minimalistic integrated power tilt system to put users in control of tilting via a quiet, smoothly operating tilt mechanism. Best of all, the Focus CR retains its full range of tilt, even with the power tilt system. Seat widths and depths from 14" to 22", seat heights from 13" to 20.5", and weight capacities up to 300 lbs. WC19 transit approved.

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2016:

So many other power tilt systems reduce the range of tilt when they’re added to manual wheelchairs. The Focus CR’s power tilt system preserves the entire range of tilt for maximum clinical efficacy.

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Ki Mobility

Little Wave Clik

With width/depth growth of 8" to 16", this chair promotes independence for kids. Index System tubing has dimples to optimize adjustment and eliminate guesswork. The Little Wave Clik promotes proper positioning and wheel access, so you’re one “click” away from a just-right fit. The dynamic fifth wheel allows you to adjust range and spring rate to match your rider’s abilities. With a 12.5-lb. transport weight and 165-lb. weight capacity.

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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. The Xp adjusts in seat width/height, center of gravity, seat upholstery and seat pans. It’s crafted of 1 3/8" 7000 series aluminum to stand up to the active lives of teens and young adults.

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Ki Mobility

Catalyst

Catalyst

The Catalyst lineup has five models in the K0004 and K0005 classes, with all featuring 7000 series aluminum for durability and lighter vibration dampening. The Catalyst has a transit weight of 21-24 lbs. and is available in seat widths of 14" to 22". Seat depths range from 14" to 20", with camber of 0°, 2° or 4°. Weight capacity is 250 or 350 (heavy-duty) lbs.

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