Free Upgrade for Those Who Go Rogue
05 Jul 2019
Ki Mobility are offering a huge free upgrade offer on their Rogue active user wheelchair. This is a free upgrade to full Anodizing package, £100 off the base price and free upgrade to the tension adjustable air mesh breathable back upholstery.
Our active user wheelchair range has been growing rapidly over the years and we have now added the from the Rogue rigid wheelchair from Ki Mobility. Boasting a lightweight manoeuvrable frame and minimalist design, the Rogue is perfect for truly active wheelchair users. These upgrades in particular are great for frequent users. The Air flow mesh backrest is perfect for those hot summer days allowing full airflow across your back. The Anodizing colour package allows the user to choose their colour to make the wheelchair more you.
The minimalist design is the first thing which catches your eye when it comes to the Rogue, an ultra- thin frame offers the bare minimum to see of the chair itself, leaving only what is essential to make the chair function. This approach allows the transport weight of the Rogue to sit as low as 4.8 kg, meaning it can not only be lifted and placed into a car or stored away with minimal effort, but the user will save a lot of energy using the chair on a day-to-day basis. The lightweight, minimalist framework does not mean that the Rogue needs to sacrifice anything. The Rogue’s tubing is one of the strongest and most durable chairs on the market.
One thing which has impressed us with the Rogue, and Ki Mobility, is how adjustable the wheelchair is. With each one custom built they offer a large range of seating sizes from 12-20-inch width and depth of 14-20 inches so both slender and larger people can be accommodated, however for those considerably small the Rogue XP range may be the better choice. Ki Mobility have a selection of cushions and backrests available for the Rogue, however third-party cushions and backrests can easily be fitted if you already have a seating system which suits you.
The Rogue is Ki Mobility’s direct competitor to the Quickie Helium. Being considerably cheaper than its Sunrise counterpart, we would recommend trying the Rogue out as well if the Helium has caught you eye. Not only this, but with the upgrade it makes the wheelchair nearly £1000 cheaper than the Helium itself.