The motorized wheelchair for all types of sports
XTREME is a light, easy to handle and extremely powerful electronic wheelchair, developed to maximize the skills of the athlete in the wheelchair. The bell wheels and the very low center of gravity guarantee stability and extreme maneuverability, giving it a sporty soul and exceptional driving precision.
XTREME is also ideal for the athlete on a wheelchair who uses the upper limbs, as it uses fully programmable performance modules to meet any driving need, in any role and with any set-up. Control, power (2 × 350 watts) and speed (15 km / h) make it one of the best performing chairs in its category.
The modular structure of the seat, adjustable in height and depth, and the dynamic tilting allow the user to be positioned in the most appropriate way with respect to the rotation axis, minimizing the jolts in lateral accelerations: all this makes XTREME extremely agile and intuitive to drive. .
XTREME can be equipped with a series of optional accessories and with an alternative drive and control system (mini joystick), moreover, thanks to the use of the Buddy Brace posture systems (optional), it can adapt to physical change and the new needs of the body. athlete in a wheelchair.
Total length without protection 900 mm
Total width 730 mm
Length / width / height minimum transport 900x730x630 mm
Length with protection football front 1100 mm
Length with protection short front hockey 980 mm
Length with protection long hockey front 1070 mm
Seat height 500 mm
Total weight including batteries 105 kg
Maximum user weight 150 kg
Seat width 360 – 500 mm
Seat depth 340 – 460 mm
Backrest width 360 – 500 mm
Backrest height 420 mm
Footrest adjustment angle fixed at 85 °
Battery capacity 85 Ah
8 A battery charger
Electronic module 120 A
Motor power 2 x 350 W
Maximum speed 15 km / h
7.5 ° bell wheels
2 year guarantee
CE EN12182 yes
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The company aims to be an equal partner of its client, in order to allow him, through the maximum personalization of the aid, complete adaptability to his own social and environmental contexts.