Quickie XTender Power Assist

Quickie Wheelchairs Quickie XTender Power Assist
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Quickie Wheelchairs Quickie XTender Power Assist

  • Turn your manual wheelchair into a power chair
  • Reduces user fatigue and increases range of mobility
  • Easily disconnects for easy transport
  • “Rollback” assistance for hill climbing

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Quickie Wheelchairs Quickie XTender Power Assist

Quickie XTender Power Assist


The Quickie Xtender is Quickie's latest in a continuing line of power-chair innovations. By providing a power assist to a manual chair, users can now maintain the look, control and functionality of a manual chair, without the extra effort involved in unassisted manual propulsion. The Quickie Xtender will Xtend the distance you travel, Xtend the efficiency of your push and Xtend your transportation options.


Quickie XTender Power Assist Features

Quickie XTender Power Assist Features

  • Increases the force applied to the handrims by a factor of 1.5 (version 1) or 3 (version 2).
  • Includes quick release wheels to easily change from manual to assisted propulsion.
  • Easy to transport and store.
  • Electronically synchronized units provide excellent response and straight propulsion.
  • Advanced lightweight battery technology.
  • No programming necessary.
  • Excellent handrim grip for users with limited hand function.
  • Reduces user fatigue and increases range of mobility.
  • Reduces energy expenditure by as much as 45%.
  • Allows users to cover different types of terrain with ease.
  • "Rollback" assistance for hill climb.
  • Excellent tool to overcome uneven arm strength.
Quickie XTender Power Assist Features



Quickie XTender Power Assist Specifications:
  • Available/Compatible with Quickie 2, GT, GTi, and GP Series
  • Product Weight: Approx. 35 lbs. off-chair
  • Product Width: 11" - 22" seat width
  • Product Length/Depth: 10" - 20" seat depth
  • Product Height: 18" seat to floor
  • Product Weight Capacity: 250 lbs.
  • Overall Width 20.25"- 30.75"
  • Caster Options 4", 5", 5 x 1.5", 6", 6 x 1.5", 8", 8 x 2"
  • Rear Wheel Size: 24"
  • Important Note: Wheelchair is not included. XTender includes everything needed for first time use (tires, tubes, handrims, axels, battery, charger).

Quickie XTender Power Assist Reviews Summary

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6 reviews
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5 out of 6 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Easy to Control (5)
Stable (3)
Easy to Transport (3)
Fast (2)
Powerful Motor (2)
Top Cons

Short Battery Life (5)
Difficult to Transport (2)
Uncomfortable (1)
Weak Motor (1)
Unstable (1)
Top Best Uses

Indoors (5)
Outdoors (4)
Short Trips (4)
Daily Use (4)
Travel (3)
1-5 of 6 reviews
Quickie Xtender Verified Reviewer

Pros:
Easy to Transport. Powerful Motor. Easy to Control. Stable.
Cons:
Price to repair.
Best Uses:
All of the above.
Describe Yourself:
Medical Professional.

I am a Rehab Tech. The Xtender is an excellent reliable product that is not very well supported. We techs don't even get instructions for repair and end up on the phone for hours. The prices for parts are WAY OUT THERE!! [$] Shame on you sunrise and yamaha. Good luck.

by redrocket from NJ
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
17 out of 18 found this review helpful
Yes, same on YOU Sunrise! Verified Reviewer

Pros:
Easy to Control. Fast.
Cons:
Short Battery Life. Uncomfortable. Weak Motor. Unstable.
Best Uses:
Long Trips. Short Trips. Daily Use. Indoors. Outdoors. Travel.
Describe Yourself:
Long Term User.

I love what the chair represents and after 33 years of pushing a manual, I decided to try the power assist chair. It's was two years in February and my battery needs to be replaced. [...] My complaint is the battery's life is too short (appx 6 hrs) a day and it costs to MUCH!!!! For someone as active as myself this means I must charge everynight. For the cost of the replacement battery, I should be able to buy 5 and that's with the charger! Oh yes, I'm not even getting a charger, just the battery. Shame on you for charging so much for a very limited used battery.

by Wheeluser from Lexington, KY
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
24 out of 24 found this review helpful
Great idea, DO NOT use with solid insert

Pros:
saves arms & shoulders. allows work w/o fatigue.
Cons:
Short Battery Life. Difficult to Transport. spokes and hubs can break.
Best Uses:
Indoors.
Describe Yourself:
Long Term User.

Warning: Solid inserts put too much stress on hubs and spokes, use only with pneumatic tires.

by ScubaQuad from DE
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
Fantastic idea

Pros:
Stable. Fast. Easy to Control. Easy to Transport. Powerful Motor. Comfortable.
Cons:
Short Battery Life.
Best Uses:
Indoors. Outdoors. Short Trips. Daily Use.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

I use it indoor and outdoor. I also help my wife to climb on the hills. I have to move my hands and it's very good for my health. Only one thing is bed : the price of battery :( It's difficult to buy too.

by zdyrma from Warsaw, Poland
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
5 out of 6 found this review helpful
Quickie Extender

Pros:
Easy to Control. Stable. Easy to Transport.
Cons:
Short Battery Life.
Best Uses:
Long Trips. Short Trips. Daily Use. Indoors. Travel. Outdoors.
Describe Yourself:
Long Term User.

Had this chair for 3 yr. Been thru 3 chargers ($800)ouch!Flawless other than chargers. Inside charge last 2 days. Outside charge every day.Has saved my shoulders. Wheelchairs for 18yr. Wish they had the X-2 model with joy stick. Only available in Europe.

by Robie from Newport RI
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
8 out of 9 found this review helpful
1-5 of 6 reviews

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Question:
Why do the spokes keep breaking on these wheels? The battery side is weaker and the spokes keep breaking.
Asked on Feb 12, 2013 10:20:04 PM by Chelle from Pennsylvania
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We have my sister-in-law's Quickie GT power assist which she bought about (10?) years ago. Is this comparable to the XTender? Thanks!
Asked on Aug 23, 2012 6:55:25 PM by Homie from NH
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We have my sister-in-law's Quickie GT with power assist which she bought about (10?) years ago. Does anyone know if this is comparable to the XTender? Thanks, Linda
Asked on Aug 23, 2012 6:52:39 PM by Homie from New Hampshire
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My wheelchair abruptly turns off while in use so I cannot use the power assistance. What is causing this and how can I fix it?
Asked on Aug 21, 2011 9:49:41 AM by Flyer from U.S.
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How can I purchase batteries quickly? Also, can I get parts to repair the wheel quick disconnect hub?
Asked on Jul 5, 2011 10:59:50 PM by Cesareo from Altadena, CA
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"Batteries Plus" will replace only internal cells for $300.
Answered on Nov 22, 2011 4:29:11 PM by the wheelchair guy from Poplar Grove, IL
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I second that. Just take the battery pack out of the plastic case and take it to them.
Answered on Jun 8, 2013 12:05:02 PM by Jason Potts from Maceo, Kentucky
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