Invacare SpectraXTR 2

The Invacare SpectraXTR 2 has been developed to combine powerful driving performance with comfort. High torque motors and a unique suspension design provide a smoother, easier ride.

The new ModuliteTM seating system offers unrivalled flexibility and modularity providing a solution for many postural needs. An easy to remove cable free battery system means that the SpectraXTR 2 is extremely quick and simple to service.

SpectraXTR2 has a specially designed suspension system where the springs are mounted centrally under the seat, and attached to a long swing arm for improved traction and enhanced outdoor performance and comfort. It is available in three speeds: 3, 6 and 10 km/h. The compact dimensions allow for excellent manoeuvrability, and the chair’s width can be reduced below 590mm (23″). The seat riser option increases accessibility further, by offering a total increase in height of 300mm (12″).

With a clever and robust mechanism for detaching the seat from the wheelbase, transportation, storage and servicing are rendered refreshingly trouble-free. Just one cable has to be disconnected when taking the SpectraXTR2 apart. To make servicing even easier, the cable free batteries slide out smoothly and without effort.

A new design of the SpectraXTR 2 kerb rider means an improved performance for kerb climbing on lower kerbs. The new kerb rider easily engages lower kerbs, whilst still climbing 100mm (4″) kerb heights.

Now the SpectraXTR2 power chair offers the client the benefit of the ideal seating solution for them, with adaptable ModuliteTM seating system. This modern seating system offers true flexibility with many configurable options and inter- chargeable parts to suit all individual requirements.

Access Solutions

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Battery Maintenance

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