- New LITE spoke wheel highlights a versatile, reliable streamlined hub design that is our lightest standard wheel
- 25 caster wheel options and over 25 rear wheel, tire and handrim combinations
- Heavy duty option provides a 350 lb. weight capacity.
- New flip back armrest features an ultra lightweight design and dual handled release lever that works with angle adjustable backrest
Sunrise / Quickie Quickie 2
gary w. from grayslake, il (caregiver)
Adult female with MS whose lower extremities do not support her.
Reviewed on 07/08/2016
Quickie chairs have always been going and easy to find replacement parts.
james a. from rio rancho, nm (caregiver)
Reviewed on 07/01/2016
mary b. from willis, tx
Light weight, ease of care and use
Havent found any
Reviewed on 05/18/2016
steven f. from overland park, ks (caregiver)
62 year old female with multiple schlerosis
Reviewed on 05/14/2016
gordon b. from santa fe, nm
I am a 63 year old male. I had my right leg amputated above the knee four months ago.
Lightweight, easy to maneuver, solid wheelchair. I use the wheelchair at the gym, store, etc.
Reviewed on 05/12/2016
Ordered the chair and it was much shorter than my original one. As there was a no refund, I am stuck with a new chair I cannot use.
susan g. from stella, nc
Need better helpers to help measure the chair!
Reviewed on 10/29/2015
elizabeth h. from st charles, il
Female, age 74, partial paralysis due to Polio, dependent upon wheelchair
Well made, thoughtfully engineered, reliable (I am replacing a Quickie which has served me well for over 20 years!)
Reviewed on 10/01/2015
jill c. from fort myers, fl (caregiver)
25 year old woman with spins bifida.
Lightweight and maneuverable.
Hard to propel on grass and gravel.
Reviewed on 05/16/2015
Nice product overall. Will fulfill its purpose and academic objective.
emily k. from philadelphia, pa (caregiver)
Used for classroom instruction as part of doctoral of physical therapy program.
Reviewed on 01/08/2015
byron z. from washington, mi
T8, 9, 10 Paraplegic. 67 years old, have been in a wheelchair for the last 46 years.
New foot peddle attachment. This is a very good system that has been very bad in the past. Adjustable back.
Brakes are too close to the fold back arms. Do not like the single post adjustable height arms.
Reviewed on 12/19/2014