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Quickie P222SE Discontinued 06-30-21
The Quickie P222 SE is the revolutionary next generation of the Quickie P-200 power wheelchair. It offers users exceptional function with compact powerful styling. Four-pole Linix motors provide a top speed of 8.5 mph. These motors also have an outstanding quality record to help ensure users move quickly without issues...
Quickie P222SE Discontinued 06-30-21
The Quickie P222 SE is the revolutionary next generation of the Quickie P-200 power wheelchair. It offers users exceptional function with compact powerful styling. Four-pole Linix motors provide a top speed of 8.5 mph. These motors also have an outstanding quality record to help ensure users move quickly without issues.
Due to the new latching base system it is now easier to transport and convert the chair.
The Quickie P-222 SE offers rear wheel drive for superior maneuverability (26" turning radius minimum) and curb climbing ability (for approx. 4" curbs).
The Quickie P-222 SE features a C.G. (center-of-gravity) tilt option. This new addition is the perfect solution for clients who require tilt but still want a performance chair.
The Quickie P-222 SE features a detachable power base for easy access and service.
The Quickie P-222 SE features a standard 350 lb. user-weight capacity.
Optional fixed front hangers provide users with a durable, sporty look. They can be purchased with the chair or ordered as parts. The Quickie P-222 SE offers both straight and tapered versions.
A manual conversion kit is available as an option. This feature allows users to convert the chair from a power-drive to a self-propulsion system.
Color display style joysticks are also available for even greater control and versatility.
Quikcie P222SE also has a variety of footrest styles that add function and flare.
Tapered footrest platform has angle adjust-ability and flip-up feature. Taper offers greater maneuverability and style.
A solid seat pan is standard and provides an optimal base of support for your cushion.
|Product Weight:||Approx. 115 lbs. w/o batteries|
|Product Width:||14 in. - 24 in. seat width|
|Product Length/Depth:||14 in. - 24 in. seat depth|
|Product Height:||18 in. - 20 in. seat to floor|
|Electronic Options||R-Net Electronics, 120A (expandable or non-expandable)|
|(Speed in mph)||8.5 mph/ 350 lb. weight capacity|
|Tilt Option||Yes ( 250 lb Capacity )|
|Battery Type||22NF, Group 24|
|Overall Width:||24.5 in. (14 in. - 20 in. seat widths),27.75 in. (22 in., 24 in. seat widths)|
|Drive Wheel Size||12 in. X 4 in. (std.),12 in. X 2 in. (opt.)|
|Drive Tire||Knobby, V-Groove|
|Caster Options||8 in., 8 in. (suspension),9 in.|
|Transit Option Available||No|
I have had this chair for over a year. It is torquey as heck but that means power. I disabled one of the safety settings so i can have a little tilt and still ride at full speed, yes it is a bit dangerous but I am aware and careful. This chair is very durable and have had not one issue with it, not one !! It also has the ability to change the center of gravity so it is not so nose heavy into the turns and eats up battery juice so fast,also makes the ride softer. I took it apart and put electric grease in all the plugs, because try as we all might, water or moisture still gets in these to corrode the connections. No wiring or connection or electrical issues. Just make sure you get MK gel batteries in it...no other brand will work as long or as well. I do hope this helps some one out there. I do have a wish for the manufacturer...please allow the tapered legs to be available on the center of gravity tilt chair,currently cant get it that way. This chair is just flat out awesome. I find it a bit depressing to drone on at 4 mph and to almost get run over at traffic lights, in other chairs. It is a bit of fun to go off zipping around to places. It is like my little go cart when i want it to be ! It is also mild mannered on speed setting two or three for around the house. This chair is just fantastic. Looking to order two more in the future ( one for my 26 year old daughter and a back up for me were i ever to need it ) One final thought, parts are also available at a reasonable price. look up the price to replace a part on the chair you might be considering...say an armrest pad...just do it before purchasing. You may find as I did that some are not available at all or are $300.00 for an armrest pad. The part for this chair is $7.00, and available to be shipped to your home. Just think about that. Wishing every one a happy life and to have some fun and get some sun !! Dr. Eric M. Jewell