Quickie Jive M – Powered Wheelchair

USERS RATING:
(Based on the users needs, lifestyle and preferences.)

Wheelchair Description:
Black frame with neon green trim and Sedro backrest. 6 wheels with mid-wheel drive and the option to keep indoor version activated.

Battery Life:
All Day!

Source of Wheelchair:
NHS Wheelchair Services

Diagnosis:
Spinal Problems, Fibromyalgia & Osteoarthritis

Personal Opinion:
I used to have a Handicare Beatle, but this chair has been very adaptable. My local NHS Wheelchair Services have been able to tweak several different parts of the chair without too much trouble to better fit my needs. Although I think all of the individual parts can be customised or adapted, so it is a pretty versatile wheelchair.

The turning circle is great, meaning you can literally turn on the spot. It also tilts and reclines, which is handy when you are in it for long periods of time. I haven’t had any problems with the wheelchair tipping even though it can be difficult to navigate on higher kerbs, but generally speaking, it is fairly stable and doesn’t tilt much. The 70 AMP batteries can go all day without a problem and can go a very long time without having to replace them. So far I have not found drawbacks, so I would recommend this wheelchair to people specifically looking for a highly adaptable powered wheelchair.

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