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Available in three colors and two sizes, the Miko Tilt-in-Space mobility base is a positioning support system designed for children with limited mobility. The base provides tilt-in-space pressure relief that shifts pressure away from posterior locations; Quick-Lok reversible seat positioning to allow the seat to be moved from a forward to a backward position; adjustable postural support for added comfort; adjustable and removable armrests; and transit brackets for safe transport. Optional accessories include all-terrain rear wheel, oxygen tank holder, canopy, molded tray and Poziform belts and harnesses. Seating system sold separately.
This attendant-operated stair climber works on angled, straight and curved stairs of many types (wood, metal, concrete or carpeted). The LIFTKAR model PT-U (pictured) attaches to a manual wheelchair and is compatible with most standard, transport, sport or pediatric models. Another model (the PT-S) features a built-in seat and does not require a wheelchair. Both models disassemble into three parts that can be easily stored in a car; the heaviest piece is 41 lbs. These stair climbers are battery operated, feature three climbing speeds, and have brake wheels that automatically lock upon reaching the step edge.
Here’s a premier entry-level, court-based wheelchair tough enough to be used across a wide range of sports and activities, including basketball, tennis and lacrosse. The Multisport is ideal for individual use or by multiple athletes at schools, clubs or community sports programs. These durable chairs utilize two sport mini caster wheels at the front and one sport anti-tip wheel in the rear to provide good maneuverability on multiple court surfaces. The chairs use common wheel and bearing sizes and have also been designed so that parts are easy to replace or repair.
IRIS is an acronym for Intelligent Rotation in Space. Created by Sunrise Medical in 2006, Rotation-in-Space or Tilt-in-Space helps to facilitate respiration, feeding, pressure relief and visual alignment for the wheelchair user. The Quickie IRIS Manual Tilt Wheelchair features up to 55° of Intelligent Rotation in Space Technology, the broadest range of positioning and caregiver options, numerous adjustments, and it’s one of the lightest and strongest tilt-in-space wheelchairs available today. Intelligent Rotation in Space technology means the seat frame rotates around the user’s center of gravity. The IRIS is available in adult or pediatric models.
The true dual-axle position on the Tracer EX2 wheelchair allows for repositioning the 24" rear wheels and the 8" casters for adult and hemi seat-to-floor heights. Offset permanent arms provide full seat width up to 20" with a permanent arm and a hemi-spaced footrest. The Tracer EX2 also offers a full line of accessories to meet individual users’ specific needs.
Built to be durable and low maintenance, the Quickie QX offers simplicity plus Quickie’s most popular options at a conscientious price point. QX’s light weight makes it easy to foot or hand propel. The 5" casters provide maneuverability over thick carpet or outdoor obstacles. The aluminum frame has a 265-lb. weight capacity, and the one-piece side frame and three-arm cross brace that locks inside the side frames provide a more stable feel.
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
Convaid | R82
Convaid’s new Flyer is the latest addition to the company’s tilt-in-space portfolio. This lightweight, all-day pediatric chair is great for kids who are “graduating” from a stroller-style chair. The Flyer is modular and portable, built with growth in mind while accommodating aftermarket seating. Remove the seating module from the mobility base for easy lifting, transporting and storage. The Flyer grows in width, depth and height to keep up with kids.
The pull-based propulsion of REV Wheels is designed to minimize factors that can contribute to shoulder injury and pain in manual wheelchair users. Rowheels offers two models: The REV-HX was created for quickness and responsiveness, while the REV-LX was made to be easier to use. Rowheels says both models can strengthen shoulder and back muscles that are neglected during standard self-propulsion. REV Wheels are HCPCS coded E2227 and are covered via insurance, including Medicare, Veterans Affairs and private insurance funding.
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Wallaby Folding Wheelchair
Key Kids’ Words: WC19-compliant
Available in 12” and 14” seat widths, the Wallaby is WC19 bus-transit-compliant for children between 50 and 80 lbs. and includes standard transit tie-down brackets. The Wallaby features height-adjustable push handles, flip-back padded desk arms and a standard pelvic belt for additional comfort and safety. The chair also has push-to-lock wheel locks, 22” rear wheels with 6" front casters, swing-away footrests with tool-free height-adjustment, and a calf strap.