Ultralightweights


Invacare

ProSPIN X4

ProSPIN X4

The Invacare ProSPIN X4 Ultralight Manual Wheelchair combines the look, feel and performance of a rigid wheelchair with the portability and convenience of a folding chair. This modern take on a convenient folding frame features a side frame that minimizes connections for a stronger frame, multiple seat-to-floor heights, and wheel locks that can switch from push-to-lock to pull-to-lock. A heavy-duty option means the ProSPIN X4 can accommodate consumers weighing up to 350 lbs.

  • (800) 333-6900

Invacare Top End

Eliminator NRG Racing Wheelchair

Eliminator NRG Racing Wheelchair

The new Eliminator NRG Racing Wheelchair is the fastest, lightest, stiffest and most responsive ride in Top End’s line, and it’s designed for elite racers aiming for the top of the podium.

The chair’s carbon fiber main frame is designed to provide increased tensile and yield strength to produce a smooth ride with controlled handling. The 200-gram full carbon fork boasts an aerodynamic design that flows into the headtube for a clean, sleek appearance. Athletes can use the tailored and fitted hybrid cage to fine-tune their positioning and optimize their power transfer. And a new-and-improved racing compensator improves the chair’s turning radius, while the brake lever can be placed anywhere on the steering handle according to each racer’s individual preference.

  • (800) 532-8677

Permobil

TiLite Pilot

TiLite Pilot

Little riders need kid-friendly technology! The new Pilot has built-in forward growth adjustment so kids can maintain optimal rear wheel access for the most efficient propulsion possible (without needing to relearn push mechanics). A clean frame design features a seat pan and side panels that provide easy access to the adjustment bolts, so changes are simple and intuitive to make. Adjustments can be done without compromising access to the rear wheels. The ultralightweight design and carbon fiber frame panels make the Pilot 50 percent lighter and ever-so-easy to navigate for kids. Sized from 8x9" to 14x15".

  • (800) 736-0925

Rowheels

REV Wheels

REV Wheels

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.

  • (608) 268-9670

Sunrise Medical

Quickie 2

Quickie 2

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.

  • (800) 333-4000

Invacare

k├╝schall Champion

küschall Champion

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.

  • (800) 333-6900

Permobil

TR Wheelchair

TR Wheelchair

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2017:

The fixed titanium TiLite (TR, pictured) is my go-to chair mainly with spinal cord injury (SCI) clients. There is no need for growth or major adjustment with post five-year-plus clients, so getting rid of the numerous adjustments allows for a much lighter chair and no excess wear/slop in the fixed chair from years of use. They hold up to the rigors of an active SCI client for years with little or no wear/breakage.

— Jeff Decker, ATP/SMS, CRTS, National Seating & Mobility

  • (800) 736-0925

Motion Composites

Helio C2

Helio Manual Wheelchair

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2017:

The Motion Composites Helio line is great in that with just changing the center brace, you can have a heavy-duty weight capacity of 350 lbs. with no additional weight of the chair. The chair already is the lightest K0005 I’ve ever used, so having an ultralight heavy-duty unit is nice. Also, the parts compatibility is really good across the Helio line. The carbon upgrade is competitive with titanium upgrades of other chairs, but cuts a huge amount of weight from an already light chair. This material is a game changer for weight: Titanium wasn’t really any lighter than the newest aluminums, but carbon is way lighter.

— Jeff Decker, ATP/SMS, CRTS, National Seating & Mobility

  • (450) 588-6555

Sunrise Medical

Quickie 2

Quickie 2

Sunrise Medical’s new Quickie 2 has shed 2 lbs. from its 7000-series aerospace aluminum frame, making it Quickie’s lightest folding model to date. The stronger frame results in an increased weight capacity of 300 lbs. standard, and 350 lbs. for the heavy-duty version. The new Quickie 2 also features a versatile axle plate and modern wheels, caster housing and upholstery. Its 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

Invacare

Kuschall Ultralights

Küschall Ultralights

Invacare Corp. officially relaunched the Küschall product line to the United States during March’s International Seating Symposium in Nashville — founder Rainer Küschall himself was on hand for the introduction. The first arrivals are the K-Series Attract, the Champion and the Advance. Invacare is billing the rigid K-SERIES as a versatile and configurable everyday chair that can accommodate all types of users. The CHAMPION (pictured) is foldable in a single motion, including its footrest, while being engineered for greater “rigid-esque” stability in its ride. The Advance offers the opportunity to swap out the front frame via a quickrelease option for environments or tasks that require a more compact footprint. The Küschall chairs become Invacare’s premium offerings in the ultralightweight space; each chair is handcrafted in Switzerland to meet its user’s specifications.

  • (800) 333-6900

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