The performance feel of a rigid frame, but with all the portability of a folding one.
Sunrise / Quickie
(Model No. Xenon)
Well made. My problems are mostly my fault due to choices...
Sturdy. It's very adaptable, modular. All the options mount onto the main frame and can be moved around. Love the latch when folded. My 75-year-old husband can handle the chair easily.
The standard footrest is like a cow catcher sticking out in front. The edge of the seat is already fraying and my Roho cushion's Velcro will only latch onto one side of it. My chair is heavier than I hoped it would be.
susan c. from westlake village, ca
I am 77 years old, female, spina bifida L5-S1, been using a wheelchair for 6 years, cannot stand. THE CHAIR IS NOT RIGID - IT IS FOLDABLE
Superior customer service offered by JoAnn and SpinLife
It is truly the smallest, lightest, and best designed folding manual available. I purchased my first Xenon from Europe and had it shipped stateside in 2013. That is now my back-up chair as I enjoy the weight and construction so much. A superior product!
I have not found any weaknesses with my second Xenon chair.
allison p. from new kensington, pa
53Y.O. FEMALE, T-10 PARA SINCE AGE 19.
Absolutely wonderful chair so far, very comfortable and...
The chair is fully adjustable and ergonomically comfortable. Most aspects of the chair can be adjusted to fit the user perfectly. It is very rigid for a folding wheelchair.
It could be a little bit lighter.
michelle p. from yorktown heights, ny
I am a 49 year old female, L1 paraplegic, full time chair user.