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The Quickie Q7 ultralight rigid wheelchair with 7000 Series Aluminum and ShapeLoc Technology is shifting the axis of today's mobility world creating the ultimate in a light-weight wheelchair. Packed with more performance and lifestyle options than ever, the Q7's leading design and exciting new colors will have everyone saying, "I Want Q7!"...
Q7 offers the user the option to choose the caster position. Offering narrower performance or wider stability.
Q7 center-of-gravity adjustment system is now available in two adjustment ranges: 0" to 3" and 1" to 4" in front of the backrest. The new 0" to 3" option is helpful for newer users who are less familiar with their chair's balance point. Both options are available at no-charge.
The new Padded Swing Away Armrest receivers now have thicker walls and feature a new positioning bolt made with H1150 conditioned hardened steel. This combination significantly increases the amount of load that can be placed on each armrest.
|Weight Capacity:||265 lbs.|
|Shipping Dimensions:||31" L x 24" H x 24" W|
|Average Shipping Weight:||50lbs.|
|Seat Width:||12" - 20"|
|Seat Depth:||12" - 20"|
|Frame Angle:||75°, 80°, 85°|
|Front Seat-to-Floor Height:||16" - 21"|
|Rear Seat-to-Floor Height:||13" - 20"|
|Back Height:||8" - 20"|
|Caster Options:||3", 4", 4 x 1.25", 4" x 1.5", 5", 5" x 1.5", 6", 6" x 1.5"|
|Rear Wheel Options:||20", 22", 24", 25", 26"|
I've had this chair for 6 yrs and have gone threw a frame and a towel rack, the back adjustments ware out every 6 mths along with the breaks and wheel bearing in the rear wheels. You would think for the amount of money they charge it would be a better quality chair
the chair is very light and small. I love the chair but at the same time I dislike it , the chair feels like its going to fall apart , the brake system is horrible , the side guards is some cheap plastic , the single forks tend to fall off over a period of time , I need to be tying screws mostly every weeks cause they loosen up , the back brackets are horrible , i have friends who fallen of the chair cause their back brackets have snap in half .
LIGHT LOOKS GOOD PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE BRING BACK THE THE Ti BEST CHAIR BY FAR I HAVE HAD IN MY 17 YRS IN A CHAIR YOU WILL NOT LIKE THE WIDE BIG RABBIT EAR FRAME UP FRONT. ALWAYS RUNNING INTO STUFF. HARD TO GET CLOSE TO CAR ETC. HARD TO TRANSFER IN AND OUT OF BECAUSE OF THIS
The wheelchair Is very light and mines Is nice and small. the quickie is basically made for females or someone that ain't active much , the front casters are horrible , the wheelchair is very fragile so If you are active like me get ready to be tying screws everyday , sometimes I just feel like If the chair is going to brake In half ,
This chair is well made and light. If I could weld, I would chop this chair off at the front edge of the seat and weld two short-radius tubes straight down to the castors. Not as sexy looking, but then I could get close to my sink, toilet, car seat, and workbench.
It would be a great chair for a high para; I don't think the designers considered the rest of us. Seat back mechanism became worn after 8 mos which allowed the back to tip forward and back 15 degrees.
Castor placement and front design does not allow getting close enough to objects to make a safe transfer without a sliding board if you don't have very good upper body strength.
Very light! easy to transfer into and out of car etc!
looks really flash!
locking back makes transfering easier and safer!
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