THE ULTRA-COMPACT INDOOR / OUTDOOR ENTRY LEVEL POWERCHAIR.

QUICKIE Q100 R uses an innovative testing method called SMART base technology. This helped us to understand how geometry changes to a drive base can affect performance, creating a precision-measured TRUE indoor/outdoor powerchair.

From SMART base development the Q100 R powerchair boasts an ultra-small footprint of 540 mm wide and 1010 mm long, with a tiny 1600 mm turning circle, so navigating even the tightest of spaces is a breeze.

Going out? The QUICKIE Q100 R provides a stable ride on urban roads and paths, ideal for those day trips out.
Unbelievably light at 95 kg, the Q100 R is also easy to hoist in and out of your car.

DESIGNED TO BE IN YOUR SPACE

Whether it‘s around the home, the local cafe or shopping mall, the SALSA Q100 R is in-touch with its environment inside and out. With an ultra-slim base and tiny turning circle, even the smallest place will feel big.

READY TO ROAM

Primed for public transport, the intuitive Q100 R powered wheelchair is so compact and manouverable, getting on-and-off trams, buses and trains is a breeze. Prefer to travel by car? The Q100 R can be compactly stored in the boot or used as a seat whilst travelling.

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