Child's Powered Wheelchair

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  1. ACTION TRACKCHAIR (MODEL SM) The Action Trackchair, model SM, is a powered sport wheelchair designed for use by children and adults of short stature with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. This wheelchair is designed for off-road use, and it features a pair of caterpillar tracks instead of wheels. It has a turning radius of zero. FRAME (LxWxH): 42 x 33 x 38 inches. Length is 48 inches with rear idlers. The ground clearance is 3.5 inches. There are two accessory holders on each sid...[More Information]

  2. C300 CORPUS JUNIOR The C300 Corpus Junior is a powered wheelchair designed for use by children with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME (LxWxH): 34.5 x 24.25 x 39.15 inches. Minimum turning radius is 40 inches. The C300 Corpus Jr. has a ground clearance of 3 inches and independent suspension. The base frame is available in crystal blue, vintage wine, metallic green, purple ice and chili pepper red. Front anti-tippers are included. CONTROLS: Integrated programmable R...[More Information]

  3. C400 CORPUS JUNIOR The C400 Corpus Junior is a powered wheelchair designed for use by children with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME (LxWxH): 34 x 24 x 41.5 inches. Minimum turning radius is 45 inches. The C400 Corpus Jr. has a ground clearance of 2.8 inches and 4-wheel adjustable independent suspension. The base frame is available in crystal blue, vintage wine, extreme yellow, metallic green and black onyx. Back anti-tippers are included. CONTROLS: Integrated pr...[More Information]

  4. C400 VS JUNIOR The C400 VS Junior is a powered stand up wheelchair designed for use by children with lower extremity, mobility, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. The C400 VS Jr. has both motorized propulsion and motorized standing. The user can move from a seated to a standing position with power assistance, and can drive the unit and move about in either a seated or standing position. FRAME (LxW): 40.5 x 24 inches. Rigid frame with push handles and a power standing unit designed into the ...[More Information]

  5. CHAIR 4 LIFE Picture of CHAIR 4 LIFE -------- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of a modular wheelchair that "grows" with the user allowing for independence over the lifespan. Through the United Kingdom's National Health Service, the Renfrew Group developed a new type of powered wheelchair with the Department of Health, as part of the Department's Innovation Health and Wealth program. Renfrew won a government contract to design a chair which maximizes the mobility and independence of children with disabilities as t...[More Information]

  6. INVACARE POWER TIGER WITH ORBIT SEAT Picture of INVACARE POWER TIGER WITH ORBIT SEAT The Invacare Power Tiger with Orbit Seat is a child's powered wheelchair designed for use by children with mobility disabilities. FRAME:Available in a variety of colors, the frame disassembles for transport. The chair is 38 inches high and 22.25 inches wide (without the joystick). CONTROLS: Mark IV RX programmable controller with joystick. This controller has the capability for non-proportional driving for sip-and-puff and chin- or head-switch operation/digital driver inputs. Electronic communi...[More Information]

  7. K300 PS JUNIOR The K300 PS Junior is a powered wheelchair designed for use by children with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME (LxWxH): 43 x 24.25 to 28.5 inches. Minimum turning radius is 25 inches. The K300 PS Jr.has a ground clearance of 3.1 inches and independent suspension. The base frame is available in crystal blue, vintage wine, platinum silver, black onyx, popstar pink, titan blue and chili pepper red. Front anti-tippers are included. CONTROLS: Integra...[More Information]

  8. K450 MX The K450 MX is a powered wheelchair designed for use by children and small adults with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. It features a powered seat-to-floor function that moves the seat forward and down from its normal height to ground level in front of the frame and back again. This function is intended to facilitate transfers or interacting with other people. FRAME (LxW): 33 x 24.5 to 28.5 inches. The minimum turn radius is 41.75 inches. The K450 MX...[More Information]

  9. KOALA MINIFLEX The Koala Miniflex is a powered wheelchair designed for use by children with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME (LxW): 28-32 x 22 inches. Minimum turning radius is 36 inches. The Koala Miniflex has a ground clearance of 2.5 inches and independent suspension. The base frame is available in xtreme yellow or chili pepper red. An optional front bumper is available. CONTROLS: Right- or left-hand mounted joystick with Pilot+ Series programmable electro...[More Information]

  10. LIFESTAND LSC Picture of LIFESTAND LSC The LifeStand Compact (LSC) is a powered stand up wheelchair designed for use by children with lower extremity, mobility, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This powered chair has both motorized propulsion and motorized standing. The user can move from a seated to a standing position with power assistance, and can drive the unit and move about in either a seated or standing position. FRAME (HxLxW sitting): 100 or 110 x 98 or 110 x 67 centimeters. Rigid frame with push handles...[More Information]

  11. POWER PICCO The Power Picco is a child's powered wheelchair designed for use by children with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME: The brightly-colored frame folds to 36 centimeters after batteries are removed, and includes a support roll. CONTROLS: Programmable single-knob electronic controls. RWD: Electric power drive. UPHOLSTERY: Black. ARMRESTS: Padded armrests. BRAKES: Pressure brake for regular use, and drum brake for downhill use. CASTERS: Two front ca...[More Information]

  12. POWER TOMMY The Power Tommy is a child's powered wheelchair designed for use by children with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME: The brightly-colored tubular frame is foldable after removal of batteries. The side panel is removable. CONTROLS: Left or right joystick controls. RWD: Rear wheel drive. ARMRESTS: Height-adjustable and removable arm support. WHEELS: Optional wheel cover. WARRANTY: four-year limited warranty for frame, 2 years for electronics and c...[More Information]

  13. QUANTUM DYNAMO Quantum Dynamo is a child's powered wheelchair designed for use by children with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME (LxW): 32 x 23 inches. The frame includes limited suspension with 2-inch ground clearance. Available frame colors are T-Rex red, Bronto blue, Gator green, saber yellow, prehistoric pink, or primitive purple. CONTROLS: Programmable electronic controls. MWD: Two-motor mid-wheel drive. SEAT (LxW): Synergy Seat seating system in sizes a...[More Information]

  14. QUANTUM DYNAMO ATS Quantum Dynamo ATS is a child's powered all-terrain wheelchair designed for use by children with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME (LxW): 36.5 x 23 inches. This chair includes Active-Trac suspension with 2.5-inch ground clearance. Availab| Available frame colors are T-Rex red, Bronto blue, Gator green, saber yellow, prehistoric pink, or primitive purple. CONTROLS: Programmable electronic controls. MWD: Two-motor mid-wheel drive. SEAT (LxW): Syn...[More Information]

  15. SAMBA The Samba is an adjustable hi-low, tilt-in-space chair that offers a unique midline support system for children requiring moderate to higher levels of postural control, suitable for both home and school. The midline support system incorporates a 4 point pelvic strap that corrects the position of the pelvis. This improves alignment and helps prevent rotation and backward tilt. The modular system also eliminates the need for knee blocks. Height, width and angle adjustments can all be made easil...[More Information]

  16. SKIPPI & SKIPPI PLUS Picture of SKIPPI & SKIPPI PLUS The Skippi and Skippi Plus are child's powered wheelchairs designed for use by children with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities, cerebral palsy, or spinal cord injury. Adjustable and designed to grow with the child, it has multiple configuration options, and it was design to have a low profile and be compact and maneuverable. FRAME (WxL): 22.4 x 27.6 (without leg rests) or 33.5 (with leg rests) inches. It has a turning radius of 21.7 inches, and the ground clearance is 66 m...[More Information]

  17. STORM SERIES TDX4 The Storm Series TDX 4 is a powered wheelchair designed for use by individuals with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME (HxLxW): 33.25 to 41 (depending on seating system) x 35.25 x 25.5 inches (28.5 inches with 20-inch joystick). The frame includes Stability Lock and SureStep suspension configured for obstacles up to 3 inches high. Finish options include basic colors (deep purple, cobalt blue, anthracite, wet black, red, silver vein, lavender, wet...[More Information]

  18. STORM SERIES TDX5 The Storm Series TDX 5 is a powered wheelchair designed for use by individuals with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME (HxLxW): 33.25 to 41inches (depending on seating system) x 35.25 x 25 inches (26.5 with joystick). This chair includes Stability Lock and SureStep suspension configured for obstacles up to 3 inches high. Finish options include basic colors (deep purple, cobalt blue, anthracite, wet black, red, silver vein, lavender, wet black wit...[More Information]

  19. WEEBOT Picture of WEEBOT -------- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a mobility device for babies and young children with physical and mobility disabilities. Researchers and designers at the Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY have designed and developed a prototype device that allows children with physical and mobility disabilities to explore greater independence as part of the Tots on Bots project. They created the WeeBot using a baby seat that is then strapped onto a Wii Fit Balance Board that sits on top...[More Information]

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