Compact powerchair with rear-wheel drive that comes in various accent packs – I have a blue accent. I have a Jay3 searing system with back laterals, a decent headrest and a right side-mounted controller with a body point u shaped joystick.
Source of Wheelchair:
Complete Care Shop
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS)
The Quickie Q100R is great value for money and very compact meaning it can fit in places most other powerchairs can’t. The back folds down and it can be easily hoisted into a reasonably sized boot or tied down into a WAV for easy transport. The battery life is simply incredible and I was able to completely configure the set up of the chair with cushions and the seating system as well as a change of joystick.
However there are some drawbacks to this chair – because of how small the base is it sometimes lacks in power and can skid on wet or uneven services, you also don’t have the option to add things like lift or tilt onto this chair which are vital to some wheelchair users but overall I am very impressed with my nippy little powerchair.
This powerchair has an incredible battery! I typically charge it up every night and can spend two very busy days out and about before properly needing charging.