K-series 2.0 rigid frame
The iconic minimalist open frame and lightweight design gives you the ability to enjoy everyday activities. Hydroforming has resulted in a stronger and more rigid frame than ever - this is the best performing adjustable Kuschall chair.
The straight edge design of the frame allows for an ergonomic grip - ideal for lifting your chair, or when transferring from the seat. With the wheels popped off, the transport weight starts from just 5.1 kg, and the locking backrest provides a convenient gripping point to lift your K-series.
All adjustments on the K-series are on the seat module, not the base frame. This ensures that the castor fork is always fixed at the correct angle for the sharpest possible driving experience.
Seating and Configurability
Your K-Series 2.0's seat is bespoke built to fit your body, and every aspect of it can be customised. New improvements include a completely redesigned footbow with a flat surface for perfect positioning, and a new aluminium light active brake with a minimalist design. We weren't a fan of the brakes on the old Kuschall range, but this one is as good as anyone's. The seat is as adjustable as ever, with the ability to change the front and rear height, centre of gravity, and backrest height and angle.
We've said it already - the K-Series is an iconic wheelchair, and hydroforming has added even more personality to it. The custom colours and decals allow you to truly personalise your chair. Our demo ones are completely different in appearance - one is in black with gold decals for a darker look, the other is a cleaner, fresher white with blue accents.
The frame and seat design on the K-Series is completely different to the monotube design from other manufacturers, and it ensures the wheelchair always glides true.
The K-series compares to manufacturers' flagship monotube rigid chairs, such as Ki's Rogue, Quickie's Nitrum and TiLite's ZRA. We would suggest trying it alongside those models to see which one best matches your lifestyle.