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Quickie Wheelchairs

Quickie Jive M

The ultimate powered wheelchair driving experience.

Quickie Jive M, the mid wheel drive powered wheelchair with indoor agility and ultimate outdoor high performance. Turning on its own axis, its ultra-small turning circle, narrow width and low seat-to-floor height gives excellent manoeuvrability indoors.

Going out? SpiderTrac suspension helps to navigate onto and over steep transitions without jolts, forward pitching or instability. With expandable controls, 13kph top speed, 60/70 Ah batteries and up to 40km range, high performance power will always be at your fingertips with Quickie Jive M.

For more information call us on 0800 799 9810 or fill in the form at the bottom of this page.

Key Figures

Max Range (km)

Max Speed (kph)

Max user weight (kg)

Max Kerb Climb (cm)

Manufacturer Sunrise Medical
Brand Quickie Powered Wheelchairs
Seat Width 40cm to 56cm
Seat Depth 40cm to 56cm
Overall Width 62cm to 66cm
Max Speed 6kph, 8kph or 10kph (see options)
Battery Size 60Ah and 72Ah (see options)
Max Range Aprox 40km
Turning radius Min 56cm
Kerb Climb 10cm Max
Seat Tilt 0° to +30° / 0° to +50°
Back Recline -10° to +40°
User Weight 160kg Max
Colours White, Red and Blue

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Contact us today

If you’re interested in the Quickie Jive M then please fill out this form and a local specialist with get in contact with you shortly.

Where do we cover?

Motus Medical is a national company, meaning we cover all parts of the UK. Our territory is split into North, Mid and South areas, each with a dedicated wheelchair and seating specialist.

What other products do we do?

Motus Medical specialise is manual and powered wheelchairs. We’re also experienced with bespoke seating and patient moving solutions, such as the Jay Cushion and Sunlift hoist ranges.

Who do you sell to?

Motus Medical are proud to work with all types of clients – including private clients, the NHS, occupational therapist groups, charities and disability funds.