Quickie Pulse 6 power wheelchair is the ideal mid-wheel drive power base for indoor and outdoor use. The compact footprint and mid wheel configuration makes the Pulse 6 easy to maneuver indoors. With a base width of only 24" Pulse 6 can clear most interior doors.
Outdoors, the Quickie Pulse 6 is powered by two four pole motors that are quiet...
The VR2 wheelchair control systems are the industry staple of ease of use and durable long lasting quality.
Simply put; durable, easy to use and reliable.
Standard Swing away joystick mount is effortless to move aside to get closer to tables and counters.
Pulse mid wheel drive has a flexible suspension that provides stability and a comfortable ride. Mid wheel makes the Pulse ideal for indoor maneuverability as well as durable performance for outdoor use. Base width is only 24" in width. Nimble 34" length makes turning a a dime a snap.
The Captain's Seat provides a relaxed sitting position and features a semi-recline, fold-down backrest, adjustable seat depth, and removable seat pad that allows you to use your preferred cushion.
Pulse seat is adjustable in height. Mounted on a four post platform changing seat height is quick and easy.
|Overall Length:||34" w/o Footrests|
|Shipping Dimensions:||47" L x 40" W x 54" H|
|Average Shipping Weight:||350 lbs.|
|Front Caster Wheels:||7" Pneumatic w/ Insert|
|Rear Caster Wheels:||6" Solid|
|Batteries:||22NF Flat Top with Straps|
|Battery Charger:||8A Dual Mode (Compact) CTE|
|Drive Control Options:||VR2 controller (70 Amp)|
|Driving Range:||Up to 13.5 miles per charge|
|Motor System:||4 Pole Motor, 24v|
|Drive Wheel:||13" Flat Free Inserts|
|Serial Number Location:||Right rear frame tube on tail pipe|
I was replacing a 15 . year old Pronto wheelchair and the salesman at Sherman Oaks Medical Supply recommended the Quickie Pulse 6. My first reaction was that I gone from an old Buick station-wagon to a Porsche sports car: small, light, turns on a dime, and fast! So the Pulse 6 took a little 'getting-used-to'. I've had it for about a month now. It seems infinitely adjustable in width, back, seat, driving angle, etc. I'd highly recommend it to any one with the following caveats: make sure your dealer/salesman allows you time to make adjustments to fit comfortably, also notice that the (Swing Away joystick) 'stalk' on which the control arm sits is neither too loose or tight because it has a tendency to roll off to one side or the other.