- For everyday use and more.
- 3 standard frame heights.
- One-piece welded frame offers a solid, rigid ride.
- Standard, double slot, and amputee axle plate options.
- Adjustable axle positions allow for center-of-gravity adjustments to provide improved stability and maneuverability.
- Angle-adjustable folding and non-folding backrests available.
- Black anodized chair parts.
Sunrise / Quickie Quickie GP/GPV
We love these chairs for preparing for adapted PE teachers how to play and teach wheelchair sports.
garth t. from lacrossee, wi
We purchase these sport wheelchairs to be used by nondisabled college students who are learning teach wheelchair sports like basketball and handball.
Durability, price, simplicity, weight, and looks.
Reviewed on 11/02/2016
kip b. from clayton, al
Reviewed on 11/28/2015
michael s. from inverness, fl
50 year old incomplete quadraplegic
This is my second GP. Like the rigid feeling over the folding chairs. Also, the folding backrest option is nice. Easy to adjust to almost any ones needs. Great all around chair.
The screws that secure the seat sling rail to the frame snap off in the threaded inserts. Only remedy is to carefully drill out the broken screw or purchase an after market solid seat pan. Wish a seat pan was an option on the Quickies. Still a nice chair.
Reviewed on 02/12/2015
rick b. from lake elsinore, ca
To use it in the LA marathon, age 77, Rup. Achilles tendon
Wrong product for what I wanted
Reviewed on 12/08/2014
jim f. from springfield, mo
61 year old male, paraplegic
Very reliable in terms of function
Reviewed on 10/19/2014
j. b. from harvey, la
Reviewed on 10/26/2013
juliana t. from rockford, il
18 yr old with fibromyalgia
The adjustable center of gravity, lightness, and customizability.
the screw on the backrest was too tight and WD40 could not loosen it. also the plastic side guards keep scraping against the wheels.
Reviewed on 09/12/2013
sonya d. from hammond, in
34 Year old mom with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
This chair stood out above even some of the top end chairs for me because of the style. On the picture, it looks as if the wheels jut out more than needed but that's not true. The wheels tilt slightly towards the user, giving it a sporty feel but a more practical look. Customer service was awesome. I needed a new chair for the Miss Wheelchair Indiana pageant this year and I received it a day early! (I took 1st runner up) Thanks Spinlife!
None. Are you kidding? Why aren't you ordering yet? :D
Reviewed on 04/11/2013
These are good multipurpose durable sport chairs for our teaching purposes with nondisabled college students.
garth t. from lacrossee, wi
We use these chairs to teach wheelchair sports with our future physical education teachers.
Reviewed on 01/13/2013
henry m. from allen, tx
Reviewed on 01/02/2013