The original ultra lightweight wheelchair from Quickie with an improved frame design and brand new options.
Sunrise / Quickie
(Model No. EIQ2X)
More Information on the Quickie 2
Need arm rest. Clothes rubbing against the wheels and...
Sturdy and easy to use.
Wish I had ordered the back seat as a fold down instead.
sharon y. from kealakekua, hi
i love my new quickie 2 wheelchair. But I need some help with additional parts for my chair. I I keep getting my clothes rubbing against the wheels.
Weight and maneuverability
Unfinished look of the backrest.
lisa p. from plant city, fl
This is my fourthQuickie. They never disappoint in quality and maneuvering. My only dislike is the seat back just hangs. It’s not brought forward.
i've had many Quickies
meets all my needs
steven f. from arroyo grande, ca
male 71 paralyzed waist down
Better than imagined
Perfectly built for my needs.
ken h. from albuquerque, nm
It's easy to use and very comfortable.
mary w. from camden, ar
I am a T-5/6 paraplegic, 37 years post.
Great product and help with customization.
It is light enough for me to get into the back of the truck and small enough to use in a single wide trailer. It has a small turning radius and is reported to be comfortable.
grace b. from challis, id (caregiver)
This chair is used by a 76 year old man with sciatica and Parkinson's. It is transported by a 67 year old female caregiver with various spinal issues.
Light and easy to managen
I live in this chair.I got this exact product because I had the same one Six years ago . It’s perfect size easily goes through doorways is quick. I love it
gretchen w. from silversprings, nv
Happy with chair
Have not found any
john n. from tampa, fl
Light weight, sleek.
Haven’t found one
elizabeth r. from osage beach, mo
I have multiple sclerosis. I can still stand and shuffle a bit but use the chair for 90% of my walking.
Chair is sturdy with the custom wheels.
Special engineering for heavier users. Folds and unfolds quickly. Not too heavy.
This wheelchair, and most other wheelchairs, would benefit from extra wide front wheels resembling wide bike tires. It's a rough world out there with many pot holes and cracks!
luann l. from linden, mi (caregiver)
Spouse, 64 years old, 260 pounds and non-ambulatory.
Nuts on breaks could not be adjusted and had to be drilled...
bob s. from amelia island, fl
72 year old Para very active
Great folding chair!
The Quickie 2 is light and folds very easily for transportation. Even with the standard releases, the wheels remove with little effort.The chair rolls very smoothly with excellent shock absorption.
The side lifting foot plate does take a bit of effort to lock and unlock. This may be challenging if your reach is limited or you have hand strength/dexterity challenges, but should be fine otherwise.
amanda n. from orlando, fl
Im a 31 year old with spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy. I primarily use a power chair, but use a manual chair for traveling convenience.