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Quickie 2 Series Folding Wheelchair

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The modern Quickie® 2 manual wheelchair series brings advanced aesthetics and technology to the lightweight folding Quickie Range. It is just as versatile and modular as it was before but is now manufactured out of 7000 Series Aerospace Aluminium which makes the redesigned cross brace more rigid, stronger, and lighter.

The stronger folding wheelchair frame results in an increased weight capacity of 136kgs, while the overall chair weight is reduced by up to 1kg. The incredibly versatile axle plate along with the modern wheels, caster housings, and upholstery provide a great-looking, easy-handling, and even more lightweight folding wheelchair.

The versatility of the Quickie 2 folding wheelchair is in its modular frame that adapts with you as your function, body, and environment change. Independent, interchangeable frame components accommodate changing conditions without having to replace the entire wheelchair. You're always getting the best from your adjustable wheelchair, the Quickie 2.

Quickie engineering has developed a time-tested frame with the durability of a 300 lb. standard weight capacity, all while reducing overall chair weight. The 4-arm diamond shape cross brace made out of 7005 series aluminium makes the redesigned cross brace more rigid, stronger, and lighter.

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Astris PME are Australia’s market leaders in assistive technology equipment for people of all ages and level of disability. We are dedicated to improving the lives of people by providing high quality products that are designed to promote independent and active lifestyles.

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