The power wheelchair is one of the most cutting-edge inventions that relies on electric motors and batteries rather than human power. People who cannot walk due to a physical condition or sickness opt to use an electric wheelchair.
Four or six wheels are common in electric wheelchairs. However, some electric wheelchairs have components that enable partial disassembly.
One of the factors driving the growth of the electric wheelchair market is the aging population. Population aging occurs more quickly in urban regions than in rural ones. The market for electric wheelchairs would ultimately grow as a result.
The Latin America Electric Wheelchair Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Two new electric wheelchairs have been released, one in the adult QUICKIE line and one in the pediatric ZIPPIE line, Sunrise Medical is happy to announce.
The ZIPPIE Mini gives kids the independence to safely explore a variety of situations thanks to its innovative, all-wheel independent suspension, the narrowest genuine mid-wheel drive base available, and an extremely short 17-inch turning radius, and a 17-inch seat-to-floor height.
Children may drive up to 3 miles per hour while elevated up to 12 inches with the optional C-Me seat elevation, without locking out the suspension or needing to stop while transitioning. Any sitting demand may be met with a broad variety of JAY cushions and backs, up to 50 degrees of motorized tilt, and WHITMYER headrests.
Footplates, leg supports, back height, seat breadth, and seat depth, among others, may be individually adjusted and can grow with the kid. For a unique, expressive style, the ZIPPIE Mini may be customized with seven eye-catching accent colours or a selection of painted shrouds.
The brand-new QUICKIE Q200 R, a small rear-wheel-drive power wheelchair that doesn’t skimp on performance, is also being introduced by Sunrise Medical.
The QUICKIE Q200 R is the end product, a genuinely small motorized wheelchair with exceptional grip, stability, and even the capacity to scale three-inch bumps. The Q200 R is a terrific choice for hoist and boom-style vehicle lifts, starting at just 216 pounds.
The Q200 R will fit comfortably in most SUVs or vans thanks to its completely retractable back and detachable leg and arm supports. The power wheelchair’s small, 23-inch broad base offers excellent grip for navigating ramps, and its large, 9-inch front casters allow superior obstacle climbing than those found in other rear-wheel-drive power chairs.
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