The Quickie QM-710 is the ideal performance mid wheel drive power wheelchair. QM7 series power wheelchairs are a reliable high-performance, stylish power base that meets a broad range of user demands.
QM710 is a standard 6 MPH 4 pole motor package while the QM720 boasts a high performance 8 MPH 4 pole motor. The QM715 HD accommodates higher...
For superior traction and handling, SpiderTrac features independent movement of all six wheels. Optimized articulation of the front and rear wheels give the QM-7 Series chairs the ability to crawl up and down steep obstacles with enhanced stability and comfort. The new SpiderTrac 2.0 incorporates two additional performance springs that provide an even better intuitive response. These springs help all six wheels maintain increased contact with the ground when moving onto or off of ramps and curbs. SpiderTrac 2.0 simply must be experienced to be believed!
The QM-7 combines the industry's highest Power Seat Elevate with Quickie's lowest ever seat heights, making everything at home and work within your reach. The QM-7's impressive 9" Power Seat Elevate allows you to interact with peers at eye-level and independently access tall shelves and cabinets. When ordered with tilt, recline, and elevate, the QM-7 can still achieve a seat height as low as 16", so you can pull up to tables and desks even when using a thicker cushion.
QM710 utilizes the R-Net electronics packages which are the industries most reliable and durable control systems. Various configurations are available including the ability to operate power seating function through the joystick.
|Drive Wheel Position:||Mid-Wheel|
|Overall Length:||36" w/o Footrests|
|Seat Width Range:||12" - 22"|
|Seat Depth Range:||12" - 22"|
|Seat-To-Floor Height:||16.3" - 21"|
|Pre-Set Seat Frame Angle:||0°, 3°, 6°|
|Back Height Range:||14" to 28"|
|Speed (High Torque Package):||5mph|
|Speed (Standard Package):||6mph|
|Speed (Community Package):||8mph|
I have a QM 710 with 1420 miles and I find the chair to be an excellent chair with one weakness. The shock absorbers fail to easily. I think the quickie s646 Fox Racing Shocks would be better. The failing shocks at a retail of more than $600 a set should not fail at all.