In today’s world, there are so many options out there for power wheelchairs. It can be overwhelming! Here some reasons why I think you should get a Quantum Power Wheelchair with iLevel® technology.
My Quantum Power Wheelchair is Custom Built
Quantum cares about the quality of their products. Each chair is custom built, so you know it’s fitted to you and your medical needs.
The chair moves from one station to the next along the production line, with technicians adding each component, until finally, the completed chair goes through quality control and out the door to your dealer.
The Benefits of iLevel
iLevel® technology on Quantum Power Wheelchairs help improve access. iLevel allows the seat of the chair to elevate, up to 12 inches in height. You can even elevate and drive at the same time, up to 4.5 mph on the Edge® 3. It’s super fast! iLevel means feeling included in the conversation and having access to high-top tables at restaurants.
Suspension and a Smooth Ride
When I drive over bumps in the terrain using other power chairs, it feels like getting hit with a freight train. My Edge® 3 has amazing suspension. They call it SRS ( Smooth Ride Suspension). There are three shocks that are built into the base of the chair. They provide a smooth and quiet ride. Even when you are elevated at iLevel, the ride remains smooth and comfortable, which is important for me. Living with SCI, it’s important that my head isn’t jostled around like crazy.
My Quantum Power Wheelchair Gives Me Comfort
Some other important features on my Edge® 3 include power tilt and power recline. This allows me to raise my legs up if I need to, or tilt my body back, for a change in positioning and pressure relief. Comfort is very important in a power chair.
And if you ever need service on your power chair, just call your dealer. They can troubleshoot your chair and help you with whatever you need. So, get out there and live your best life and roll hard!
About Jesse Cuellar: Jesse is an artist and a brand ambassador for Quantum Rehab®. An accident left him paralyzed from the neck down, so he uses his mouth to paint and expresses himself through his art. Jesse lives in St. Louis, Missouri, and enjoys painting and hanging out with his friends. Click here to learn more about Jesse.
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