Ultralight wheelchair

RGK Tiga Sub4 Review

The RGK Tiga Sub4 has been around a little while now – what makes the RGK Sub4 one of the most popular made to measure wheelchairs available?  We took a look at the Sub4 in more detail.  You can find all of the specification by clicking here. Made to measure Because RGK work within tight quality and measurement controls, you’ll be getting a wheelchair built within 5mm of tolerance in the design.  ...[Read More]

Quickie Xenon2

The Quickie Xenon2 is a refreshed version of the very successful Xenon, an ultralight folding wheelchair which has been transforming opinions of folding wheelchairs.  Key to the success is the wide variance in its configuration.  We took a look at the Xenon2 to see how it benefits both new and longer-term wheelchair users alike. Quickie Xenon2 specifications Available in three frame variants ̵...[Read More]


The Xenon2 is an ultra-light folding wheelchair that is highly configurable whilst offering comparable benefits that you would expect from a rigid frame wheelchair.

Küschall Champion SK Review

The Küschall Champion SK is one of the smallest folding ultra-light wheelchairs on the market.  With a unique folding mechanism, we had some big questions for this compact wheelchair. The technical specs The Champion SK is made from aluminium with 75° or 85° front angle options.  There are 6 seat width (14″-18″) and 8 seat depth (13″-19″) options, whilst there are a range o...[Read More]

Invacare launches new Küschall wheelchairs

Invacare has launched three new Küschall active manual wheelchairs this month.  The new chairs (The Champion SK, K-Series and R-Series) are all lightweight wheelchairs that have been designed to offer unique benefits to the user. The Küschall Champion SK, evolved from the Champion, now folds even smaller, with the chair no bigger than an A4 binder when folded down.  With a high number of configura...[Read More]

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