Salsa M2 Mini Mid-Wheel Powered Wheelchair

The Narrowest mid-wheel drive powered wheelchair on the market!

Say no more to compromising on indoor manoeuvrability and outdoor performance thanks to the new Quickie Salsa M2 Mini. Introducing the world’s narrowest mid-wheel drive performance powerchair with a chassis width of only 52cm – that’s 9cm smaller than our market leading Quickie Salsa M2. Unlike other indoor powerchairs you don’t have to compromise on outdoor performance, the Salsa M2 Mini uses exactly the same drive base as the Salsa M2, just narrower – so all of the great features you get on a bigger outdoor powerchair are packed into the world’s narrowest mid-wheel drive powerchair.

Outstanding Indoor Performance!

With only a 52cm wide base and a turning circle of 110cm, manoeuvring in tight spaces is no longer an issue as this sleek design fits effortlessly through narrow environments.

No Compromise on Powered Options 

A narrow and smooth design shouldn’t mean that you’re forced to compromise on your powered wheelchair’s requirements, because of the super stable six wheels suspension base users can enjoy the benefits of lift and tilt-in-space.

Head Turning Style!

It’s not just Quickie’s hallmarks of a beautiful streamlined design and assertive stance that turns heads; you can now stand out from the crowd with a selection of 4 body colour options. Choose from classic white, elegant red, electrifying blue or admire the super sleek lines with matt black – there’s a colour to suit any occasion and taste.

Access Solutions

We have portable as well as fixed access products available.

Battery Maintenance

Our battery care and maintenance guide will help you get the most life from your battery.

 

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