Aktiv X5 Deluxe Modular Self Propelled
The Aktiv X5 is a modular lightweight wheelchair suitable for occasional to full time use and is multi-adjustable.
This wheelchair has a lightweight aluminium folding frame and is easy to lift store and transport. Flip back, removable armrests are supplied as standard and have comfortable polyurethane armrest pads. The backrest folds down and the legrests and rear wheels are removable by easy quick release mechanisms; therefore the chair can be quickly and easily disassembled for easy storage in a car boot. The backrest is tension adjustable with a comfortable padded nylon cover to accommodate and support the users back and a 5cm seat cushion is supplied as standard.
The chair is fitted with anti-tips wheels for added safety and a stepper to help an attendant to ease the chair up over kerbs.
The modular style frame allows the seat height and backrest angle to be easily adjusted. This chair is available in a choice of three seat widths and in either transit (12.5 inch / 32cm rear wheel) or self propelled (24inch/61cm rear wheel) version. Footplates are height and angle adjustable as standard.
Folding aluminium frame
Back height adjustable
Flip back, detachable armrest with PU arm pad (Standard Full Length)
Plastic side panel clothes guard
Swing away leg rest
Black nylon seat with breathable cover
Tension adjustable back with wipeable cover
Angle adjustable backrest
7″ Grey PU front castors
Available in Transit (12″ rear wheels) and Self Propel (24″ rear wheels) models
Press button release safety belt
Height adjustable anti-tipper
Elevating leg rests
Interchangeable armrests – Short Desk, Loop or Height Adjustable arm rests
Optional Accessories & Extras
Elevating Leg rests
Amputee setting and supports available
Spoke guards (black or clear)
Aktiv Wheelchairs recommends the X5 wheelchair as suitable for use as a seat in a motor vehicle. The X5 wheelchair chair has been successfully tested according to the requirements of ISO 7176 Part 19 using product from the range of wheelchair tie-downs and occupant restraint systems developed by Unwin Safety Systems