Sunrise Debuts QUICKIE Q300 M Mini

The company’s narrowest power wheelchair in the QUICKIE power portfolio will go where other power chairs can’t.

Sunrise Medical has unveiled the QUICKIE Q300 M Mini, its narrowest power wheelchair in the QUICKIE power portfolio.

The chair features an ultra-narrow base for negotiating obstacles such as narrow doorways, complicated living rooms, or crowded restaurants, and the chair’s mid-wheel drive technology lets the Q300 M Mini turn on the spot, providing a 17 in. turning radius (without footplates). With a turning circle of 33.7 in., the Q300 M Mini lets users turn around in the smallest of elevators.

“The Q300 M Mini is the perfect power chair for anyone who lives in a small place or needs to get around in tight areas, like their kitchen,” said Jeff Rogers, Sunrise’s director of Power Product Management. “It packs a lot of features found on much larger chairs into a small package. The 17 in. turning radius will really make the difference for many clients.”

Those other features Rogers mentioned include a base weight of 111 lbs., which means the Q300 M Mini light can be used with most lifts. Also, the chair’s seat-to-floor height starts from 16.5 in., which lets users fit comfortably under tables or when driving their wheelchair-adapted-vehicle.

Seating options include the simple, adjustable SEDEO Lite and the highly configurable SEDEO Pro. Both seating frames offer the C-Me option, which enables users to elevate up to 12 in. while traveling up to 3 mph.

With the launch of the Q300 M Mini, Sunrise Medical is also launching new JAY Swing-Away Thoracic Laterals with improved locking strength. These slim-profile laterals allow for better positioning due to two pivot points that offer over 100mm of adjustment. Optimal positioning is extremely important, and JAY’s robust product portfolio continues to expand to best meet the needs of each individual.

 The QUICKIE Q300 M Mini:

 

 

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