Quickie Neon 2 Lightweight wheelchair Quickie Neon 2 Swing-away footrests
The key feature of the Neon² is a reinforced open-frame. The firmness of the cross-brace and seat tubes provide a fantastic level of performance with a rigid feel, the design reduces the flex of the wheelchair when in motion, without sacrificing the benefits of a folding frame. So you have the benefits of a rigid wheelchair but conveniently packaged into a folding wheelchair.
There are literally hundreds of options and specifications to choose from, resulting in a perfect fit for you and your lifestyle
The Quickie Neon is the smallest folding wheelchair in its class. With its modern cross-brace and fold-down backrest, the Neon can achieve a very compact folding package and able to fit practically anywhere.
- Standard folding as well as fold down backrest (also angle adjustable)
- Various rear wheel and castor options
- Flip up solid footplate- auto fold
- 27 colours to choose from
- Wide range of armrests and sideguard options
- Prices vary considerably depending on factors such as specifications chosen and current exchange rate. Call us for a quick estimate on your next wheelchair
Maximum User Weight: 140 kg
Seat Width: 30 – 50 cm
Seat Depth: 34 – 50 cm
Back Height: 25 – 47, 5 cm
Backrest Angle: 75 to 103 degrees
Q: Does it fold?
A: Yes, the quickie Neon is the smallest folding wheelchair, it folds in half and the backrest folds down over the frame, making it easy to transport independently
Q: What options does it come with?
A: Some of the options available are: Standard folding as well as fold down backrest various rear wheel and castor options Flip up sold footplate Standard with Optima upholstery Prices vary according to specifications chosen
Q: Is there only a swing away version
A: Yes, the Quickie Neon is not available with a fixed front frame. The swing away footrests are convenient to remove and can be supplied with a one-piece footplate for extra rigidity.
Q: Does it come with a cushion?
A: No, you will need to be assessed separately for the cushion, one of our OT’s or sales consultants will be able to advise and guide you.
Q: Will my Medical aid pay?
A: This will depend on your Medical aid scheme and plan. We will need to send them a quotation with a doctor’s motivation and seek approval.
Q: How long will it take if I order one?
A: The Quickie Neon is a custom made, imported wheelchair, the lead time on these chairs is 4-6 weeks and can go up to 8-12 weeks during peak seasons.
Q: What other high-end folding wheelchairs do Quickie do?
A: The Quickie Xenon is available with a fixed front frame and folds compactly and easily