The Aktiv X3 Pro is a durable lightweight wheelchair suitable for casual to full time time use. This wheelchair has the option of standard footrests or elevating legrests, if the knee cannot be bent. The X3 Pro is suitable for use during occupied transportation in a vehicle. The Aktiv X3 wheelchair has a lightweight aluminium folding frame that is easy to lift, store and transport, yet it is strong enough for constant use. The armrests flip back and remove to allow easy access to the wheelchair and the arm pads are made from comfortable polyurethane.The backrest folds down and the legrests and rear wheels have quick release mechanisms for easy transport and storage. The tension adjustable backrest and seat are covered with a padded nylon material for increased user comfort. The armrest are height adjustable and the arm pads can slide forward. Stepper bar, anti-tip wheels and a safety belt all come as standard.
The elevating legrests can be set at different angles for comfort, the calf-pad can be moved in three different positions and the length of the footplate can be altered using an allen key. The maximum length between the back of the seat and the end of the footplate on the elevating legrest is 94cm (can be adjusted shorter). If you require a longer legrest please see our other listings (with black elevating legrest). Seat width - 41cm (16"), 46cm (18") and 51cm (20). Seat depth - 43cm (17).Seat height - 50cm (20). Backrest height - 42cm (17). Overall width - seat width plus 20cm (8).
Total weight - 15.9kg. Maximum user weight - 130kg. This chair has passed crash test ISO7176-19:2001 for occupied transportation.
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This item is in the category "Health & Beauty\Medical & Mobility\Mobility/Walking Equipment\Wheelchairs". The seller is "endynamics" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.