HulaPowered Wheelchair

The flexible powerchair that revolves around you.

The Quickie Hula combines excellent indoor manoeuvrability with impressive outdoor performance for a chair in its class. Its true mid-wheel drive position means it can literally turn on the spot, ideal for navigating around home environments.

The true mid wheel drive position also increases traction and stability and reduces sliding when the chair is used outdoors.

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Crash Tested QUICKIE Hula power chair
Excellent indoor manoeuvrability

Excellent indoor manoeuvrability

The Quickie Hula‘s true mid-wheel drive position means it can literally turn on the spot for great indoor manoeuvrability. A narrow width of just 63cm (25“) enables easy access through doors and confined spaces.

Impressive outdoor performance

Impressive outdoor performance

The Quickie Hula's unique suspension system means it can climb 5cm (2“) thresholds and tackle slopes of up to 6° - ideal for use in the garden or for short trips out of the home. The advantages of the Quickie Hula's true mid-wheel drive can be seen outdoors too, the central drive wheel increases traction and stability, and reduces sliding. Crash tested and approved to ISO 7176-19 to give you peace of mind that you're using a safe chair.

Flexible seating - now and in the future

Flexible seating - now and in the future

The Quickie Hula uses the same seat as the Quickie Salsa and can be easily adjusted to a size to suit you. Choose from a range of options to enhance your comfort and meet your clinical needs. The Hula can be tailored to meet your requirements now and can be easily adapted for the future.

Variety of extras

Variety of extras

The Quickie Hula is also available with a variety of extras to enhance your comfort. a variety of extras to enhance your comfort. Select from the range of JAY Comfort Seating, or more clinical options, like lateral supports - the Hula has it all! All options are modular which means they can be easily added or removed at a later date, adding to the flexibility that's been designed into the Hula.

Dimensions
Frame Type:Rigid (non-folding)
Width:63 cm
Length:97 cm - 105 cm (including legrests)
Seat Width:41, 43, 46, 48, 51 cm (Adjustable from 41 to 51 cm)
Seat Height:45 cm / 47 cm (with 3º seat angle)
Seat Depth:41, 43, 46, 48, 51 cm (Adjustable from 41 to 51 cm)
Seat Tilt:Manual standard: adjustable to 0º/ 3º/ 6˚
Backrest Height:Adj. 46, 48 and 51 cm (sling) 57 cm Comfort backrest
Back Recline:Manual standard: adjustable from -4˚ to 12˚
Armrest Height:Adj. from 22 to 31 cm
Turning Diameter:115 cm
Performance/Weights
Max. Range:Approx. 18 km
Speed:3 or 6 kph
Batteries:36 Ah
Maximum Safe Slope:
Max Kerb Climb:5 cm
Electronics:Command Control VR2
Min. Wheelchair Weight:82 kg
Total Weight:82 kg
Maximum User Weight:136 kg
Transportation
Crash Tested?This product has been successfully crash tested and fulfils the performance requirements for ISO 7176-19

As a part of our ongoing product improvement initiative, Sunrise Medical reserves the right to change specifications and design without notice. Further, not all features and options offered are compatible with all configurations of the wheelchair. Please consult the user instruction manual for more information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, it's advisable to recharge the batteries every night - regardless of their use during the day. It's especially important to fully-charge your power wheelchair before first-use. If you don't recharge the batteries regularly, it will reduce their ability to hold power.

Our Built-4-Me customisations team can help to provide customisations that go above and beyond the standard options that are generally available to order. They'll make every effort to provide you with a safe, reliable solution that matches your needs.

Your user instruction manual will provide information on how to adjust the driving profile. However, any reprogramming of the control unit must be carried out by an authorised Sunrise Medical dealership. Improper programming of the control unit can jeopardise safety whilst driving.

The charge indicator that's built into the charger should notify you. However you should always consult your user manual for the exact instructions for your power wheelchair model.

Battery life depends on many factors such as user weight, temperature, use of electronic options, terrain and battery charge status. Battery life that's indicated in your user manual and other documentation is a theoretical maximum values (as according to ISO 7176 standards) and will always be affected by the situation the power wheelchair is used in.

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