Quickie® 7R, Manual Wheelchair

Sunrise MedicalSKU: SUME-132WM88

Sale price$3,324.17


The Quckie® 7 Series redefines ultra lightweight wheelchair technology for the active user. Its customized ergonomics, premium materials, and open back design offer you ultimate freedom of movement.

Top of the Line Materials and Technology

The genius behind the 7 Series ultra lightweight frame is the 7000 Series aerospace aluminum that has been heat treated using ShapeLoc Technology. This process increases strength and allows for thinner, lighter weight tubing. With an 18% increase in the strength-to-weight ratio over previous designs, a 10% increase in stiffness, and a transport weight starting at 9.9 pounds*, the 7 Series chairs are light, but mighty.

*Transport weight for 7RS*

Freestyle Backrest System for Freedom of Movement

The Freestyle Backrest System's unmistakable style makes your 7 Series chair a true original. It also breaks barriers to independence by providing a 360° range of upper body motion and lowering the overall weight of your chair.

Choose the 7R if you want to make quick back angle adjustments to tailor your chair to various activities during the day.

Hand Built Just for You

As an extension of you, your wheelchair should be custom built for you, your personality, and your lifestyle. The 7 Series offers our highest level of customization with 3 caster settings, 2 frame lengths (per seat depth), 7 rear wheel options, and 9 rear tire options.

Seat Width:12" to 20"
Seat Depth:12" to 20"
Front Seat-to-Floor Height:16" to 21"
Rear Seat-to-Floor Height:13" to 20"
Tilt Range:N/A
Back Height:8" to 20"
Back Angle Adjustment:Fore (-) 27° to Aft (+) 8° (adjustable model only)
Lower Leg Length Setting:N/A
Frame Angle:75°, 80°, 85°
Camber:0°, 3°, 6°
Center of Gravity (COG) Adjustment:0" to 4"

Frame Type:
  • Standard
  • Classic
  • Welded Standard (7RS)
  • Welded Classic (7RS)
  • Depth Adjustable Back
Frame Material:Aluminum
User Weight Capacity:265 lbs.

NOTE : Please ask our Sales Representative for possible government funding through the Assisted Devices Program


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