56675601
 
4.3
100% of reviewers recommend this!
4.3 stars

Quickie Revolution

by Sunrise / Quickie (Model No. EI2D)

Discontinued

The product that you were searching for is either discontinued by the manufacturer, or no longer available at SpinLife.com.
To find a comparable product at SpinLife.com please click here or call our product professionals at 800-850-0335.

Overview

Features

  • Unique alternative folding design.
  • Rigid performance.
  • 75 degree "V" front frame angle.
  • Black anodized chair parts.
  • 0, 4, 8, and 12 degree camber tubes are available.
  • Angle-adjustable folding backrest.
  • Full axle adjustment to allow for center-of-gravity adjustment, seat-to-floor height adjustment, camber and wheelbase width adjustment.

Key Specs

  • Quick-Release Axles: Yes
  • Weight capacity: 250 lbs.
  • Starting Weight: 23 lbs.
  • View All Specs

Manuals, Literature & Videos for the Quickie Revolution

Overview of the Quickie Revolution

The Sunrise Medical Quickie Revolution lightweight wheelchair folds up so tightly, it goes where no wheelchair has gone before-tiny car trunks and even overhead bins on airplanes. The wheelchair's compact design even offers rigid frame performance. Unlike most folding wheelchairs, its frame is rigid from side to side for better stability and handling.



Measuring Guide


View Detailed Measurement Guide
Seat Depth1
Measure from the most posterior point of the body to the inside of the knee, minus at least two inches. Some prefer more leg overhang to make room for their hand when lifting their leg.
Back Height2
Measured from the seat base to the top of the wheelchair back. Depends on how much upper back support is needed, and also affects freedom for the upper body to rotate.
Rear Seat to Floor3
Measurement from the ground to the rear seat edge. Relative to the front seat-to-floor dimension, this determines the rearward slope ("dump" or "squeeze") of the wheelchair seat.
Hanger Angle4
Determines how far the toes extend away from the body, measured from the horizontal. A tighter angle allows the wheelchair to turn around in less space. Depends in part on ability of the knee to bend towards the perpendicular.
Seat Width5
Determined by the widest point of the body from knee to hip, plus an inch to ensure room to move. Consider bulk of clothing, particularly a heavy winter coat, if relevant.
Wheel Camber6
Angle of the wheel relative to the vertical. More camber improves stability and agility, but also limits ability to pass through narrow spaces. A typical daily wheelchair uses three degrees of camber.
Front Seat to Floor7
Measure the leg from the back of the knee to the sole of the foot. Then subtract the thickness of the cushion when it is compressed. Next, add a minimum of two inches for footrest clearance. Do not add the footrest clearance if the wheelchair will be foot-propelled.
Footrest Width8
Measure from the inside of each legrest tubing the distance or desired distance between legrests.
Center of Gravity9
Measure from the front of the seat back post to the center of the rear axel.
Seat to Footrest Length10
Measure from the edge of the seat upholstery to the top rear of the footrest.
Backrest Angle11
Measure the the angle of the back post to the floor. Ninety degrees will be perpendicular to the floor, to approximate the angle from the back post to the seat, subtract two degrees from measurment for every .5" of dump.

More Information on the Quickie Revolution

+ Details & Specs

Specifications for the Quickie Revolution

Frame Type:    Folding
Quick-Release Axles:    Yes

Approximate Shipping Dimensions and Weights

Product Weight: 23 lbs.
Box 1
Shipping Weight: 50.00 lbs.
Length: 24.00"
Width: 31.00"
Height: 24.00"

More Information on the Quickie Revolution

+ Reviews

Quickie Revolution Reviews

100% of reviewers recommend this!
Features
(4.4)
Quality
(4.7)
Ease of Use
(4.1)
Meets Expectations
(4.2)

These reviews are from SpinLife customers who have purchased and used the Quickie Revolution.

Customer Reviews
Showing:

Overall
 
4.0/ 5
Features
 
4
Quality
 
4
Ease of Use
 
4
Meets Expectations
 
3
good chair for transporation in vehicle
Reviewer: h. from columbus, oh

End User Desc: 32, paralized from waist down

Strengths: the way it breaks down

Weaknesses: duability and weight

Reviewed on 02/18/2010

Back to top

Overall
 
5.0/ 5
Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5
Reviewer: r. from peoria, az

End User Desc: The chair is for a nephew that is paralized from the waist down, he is very happy with the chair.

Strengths:

Weaknesses: there will be nicer if the instrucions were in Spanish, but since he had other he knows how to use it.

Reviewed on 02/22/2009

Back to top

Overall
 
5.0/ 5
Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5
Reviewer: r. from laredo, tx

End User Desc: I'm Victor Bobadilla and the final consumer of the wheel chair, I bought the the chair thru my cousin Daniel.

Strengths: I been using revolution wheel chair since 1994, and cover all my expetations

Weaknesses: Need supplies distribution close to Cancnu Quintana Roo Mexico

Reviewed on 01/03/2009

Back to top

Overall
 
5.0/ 5
Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5
great for what i need
Reviewer: c. from mayfield, ky

End User Desc: 58 year old male, 2 years post accident, paralyzed from waist down, strong from the waist up, use a electric chair most of the time but needed a chair

Strengths: easy to fold and store

Weaknesses: front casters prevent chair from folding down as flat as it could

Reviewed on 12/06/2008

Back to top

Overall
 
5.0/ 5
Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5
very good product. would highlt recommend
Reviewer: t. from oceanside, ca

End User Desc: a 37 year old female with congenital muscular dystropy and spina bifida at t-10

Strengths: this chair is a lot lighter than my old Quickie GPV. This chair also folds up differently than the GPV so it is a lot easier to get it into a car. I also like this chair because it is not as tippy backward as the GPV was even with the tires all the way forward.

Weaknesses: a little tricky to fold at first because the instructions in the owners manual were not clear as to how to fold up the front of the chair. Once I figured it out it is not hard to fold at all. What I found when folding the front of the chair is to pull back on the camber tube and this will cause the front of the chair to fold.

Reviewed on 09/11/2008

Back to top

Overall
 
4.0/ 5
Features
 
4
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5
One of the best chairs around
Reviewer: r. from virginia beach, va

End User Desc: I am 45 years old and have used wheelchairs since I was 5 because I have CP

Strengths: easy to load and unload out of my car by myself. Nice having the quad release option that way button can't be accidently pushed as was my last chair by my dog.

Weaknesses: The Brakes wish they offered pull or push to lock as the scissor brakes are a real pain if you have limited hand strength as I do

Reviewed on 05/11/2008

Back to top

Overall
 
4.0/ 5
Features
 
4
Quality
 
4
Ease of Use
 
4
Meets Expectations
 
4
easy to use and transport
Reviewer: g. from hollywood, fl

End User Desc: 62 back injury/surgery resulted in partial paralysis

Strengths: collapsability

Weaknesses: none

Reviewed on 03/23/2008

Back to top

Overall
 
5.0/ 5
Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
4
Meets Expectations
 
5
great chair
Reviewer: m. from mesa, az

End User Desc: use the chair part time

Strengths: feels like a rigid chair but folds, and is very adjustable.

Weaknesses:

Reviewed on 11/16/2007

Back to top

Overall
 
5.0/ 5
Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
4
Meets Expectations
 
5
This chair is excellent if you have a small car trunk or travel a lot.
Reviewer: g. from elma, wa

End User Desc: I'm 25 years old and have hereditary spastic paraplegia. I've been using a wheelchair part-time since 2001 and full-time since late 2006.

Strengths: Good sturdy frame, nice color, easy to push and pop wheelies in, folds really compact.

Weaknesses: Sometimes the front is hard to fold underneath the seat. Needs to have folding side guards as a standard option.

Reviewed on 08/24/2007

Back to top

Overall
 
4.0/ 5
Features
 
4
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
2
Meets Expectations
 
3
Heavy, difficult to fold, but does fold really small.
Reviewer: m. from united kingdom

End User Desc: 18yr old t4-t6 complete.

Strengths: Folds really small.

Weaknesses: Heavy, difficult to fold, finger trapper, push handles not adjustable or removable.

Reviewed on 06/30/2007

Back to top

Overall
 
3.0/ 5
Features
 
3
Quality
 
4
Ease of Use
 
3
Meets Expectations
 
3
Adequit chair for use and transport.
Reviewer: t. from boca raton, fl

End User Desc: T5 ASIA A Spinal injury.

Strengths: Chair is very stable front to back. This chair won't flipbackwards or forwards. Chair is relatively lightweight.

Weaknesses: The chair is designed too deep front to back, which makes it cumbersome. The caster wheels stick out to the sides and they will do a number on your house walls.

Reviewed on 04/07/2007

Back to top

Overall
 
4.0/ 5
Features
 
4
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
4
Meets Expectations
 
4
Great choice for someone who needs to put their own chair in and out of a car - lightweight, easy to fold, compacts well.
Reviewer: b. from phenix city, al

End User Desc: I am a 48 yrear old female with Behcet's Disease and insulin dependent diabetes and have been non-weight-bearing for nearly two years now.

Strengths: The folding frame that doesn't "feel" like a folding frame as far as support and ride go are in my opinion the strength of this product. Its light weight and compactability come in as close seconds and thirds for strenghts.

Weaknesses: Until "broken in" the fold wires to compact the chair are taut and hard to work for response, but one loosened up, they function well. The first couple weeks of use provided a daily "tug of war" to compact and transport the chair.

Reviewed on 11/07/2006

Back to top

View All Reviews

More Information on the Quickie Revolution

+ Warranty

Warranty Information for the Quickie Revolution

Lifetime Limited

Sunrise guarantees the frame and cross brace (if applicable) against defects in materials and workmanship for the lifetime of the original purchaser.

One (1) Year  

All Sunrise made parts and components are warranted for one (1) year against defects in materials and workmanship.

Limitations

We do not warrant:

a. Tires and tubes, upholstery, pads and push-handle grips.

b. Damage from neglect, accident, misuse, or from improper installation or

repair.

c. Products modified without Sunrise Medicals express written consent.

d. Damage from exceeding the weight limit.

2. This warranty is VOID if the original chair serial number tag is removed or

altered.

3. This warranty applies in the USA only. Check with your supplier to find

out if international warranties apply.

4. This warranty is not transferable and only applies to the first consumer

purchase of this wheelchair through an authorized Sunrise Medical dealer.

More Information on the Quickie Revolution

+ Returns

SpinLife Return Policy for the Quickie Revolution

This item is custom-made by the manufacturer to suit your specific needs and is therefore non-returnable.

If you have questions about this item please call a SpinLife Expert at 1-800-850-0335.

More Information on the Quickie Revolution

Discontinued

Discontinued

The product that you were searching for is either discontinued by the manufacturer, or no longer available at SpinLife.com.
To find a comparable product at SpinLife.com please click here or call our product professionals at 800-850-0335.



Join our email list for exclusive discounts:
SpinLife respects your privacy. We will never sell your personal information or share it with another company. Read our Privacy Policy for details.

X

Oops!

X