Pride Mobility have recently shown a preview of the latest addition to their Quantum range - the rear-wheel drive Aspen. While full details are yet to be confirmed, we have a run-down of what is known so far.
The Quantum range is primarily known for its mid-wheel drive powerchairs such as the Edge 2.0 and Q6 Sport, so the addition of a rear-wheel drive model is welcome for those that prefer this drive system. The Aspen is presented as a cost-effective addition to the Quantum range; however, it still boasts a modular design with advanced features.
Impressive outdoor performance is guaranteed by the combination of large chunky 9 inch pneumatic castors with 14 inch drive wheels, while 6 mph motors are available should you wish to drive on roads. The focus of the Aspen's build is on ensuring a smooth ride and improved obstacle climbing performance.
A new TB Flex rehab seating system is featured on the Aspen, which includes the options for powered tilt, powered recline, and a seat lifter, and is available in seat widths of 15 - 22 inches. Fully crash tested, the Aspen is suitable for occupied transportation.
As one would expect from a Quantum chair, the Aspen has a stylish modern appearance that shows off its power, and is available in a choice of colours.