Manual Wheelchairs

High performance, lightweight, portable and stylish: Today's manual wheelchair designs offer something for every environment and need.


Ki Mobility

Catalyst

Catalyst

The Catalyst line from Ki Mobility redefines the ultralightweight folding market by raising the bar in weight, performance, durability, and functionality. Catalyst users can count on quality construction and durable design from any of the four models. With unlimited options and configuration possibilities, Catalyst can be specifically customized to meet your unique needs. All Catalysts are constructed of 7000-series aluminum and utilize a dual cross brace design, giving you the best in rigidity and ride performance. The Catalyst line’s transport weights start at 12.8 lbs., and Catalyst is the first to offer a 300-lb. standard weight capacity.

  • (800) 981-1540

Permobil

TiLite Pilot

TiLite Pilot

Watch your kid soar in the ultralightweight TiLite Pilot. The Pilot has built-in forward growth adjustment to grow with your child and maintain optimal rear wheel access. This gives kids the most efficient propulsion possible without needing to adjust or relearn their push mechanics. A clean frame design features a seat pan and side panels with easy access to the adjustment bolts, making changes simple and intuitive. The ultralightweight design and carbon fiber frame panels make the Pilot 50-percent lighter and a breeze for kids to navigate. Quick-release wheels and transit tie-downs mean that transporting the Pilot is also simple for Mom and Dad.

  • (800) 736-0925

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