Tango Powered Wheelchair

The complete, flexible and cost-effective indoor/outdoor solution.

The complete, flexible and cost-effective indoor/outdoor solution.

Quickie Tango has been specifically made for those who need an efficient, affordable power wheelchair - but with a little bit extra. Compact, sleek and minimalist - Tango offers style, performance and function without any compromise on quality. Indoors or out, performance is ensured with articulating drive wheel suspension, high torque motors, 17" seat height and narrow 58cm width. With powered tilt-in-space as standard, a comfortable seating position and pressure redistribution can be achieved quickly and easily.

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QUICKIE Tango powered wheelchair
Adjustable Seating

Adjustable Seating

The Tango features a fully adjustable seating system. The 17" seat can be adjusted outwards (to 19.5") or inwards (to 15"). The backrest height can be adjusted from 18" to 20" and also the back angle (from -3 to 16 degrees).

Optional Comfort Seating

Optional Comfort Seating

The optional Pro Seating comfort seating system is slightly contoured for mild positioning and padded for extra comfort. It also features an easy clean wipe down cover, reducing every-day maintenance.

Articulating Suspension

Articulating Suspension

The Tango features a new generation of articulating drive wheel suspension that not only ensures traction over rough or uneven ground, but also a smoother, more comfortable ride compared to many other rear wheel drive wheelchairs.

Range of Options

Range of Options

In addition to its standard features, the Tango offers a range of options including a manual or powered reclining back, manual elevating legrests, choice of wheel size, lights and indicators and a kerb climber - all of which can be easily retro-fitted in minutes. Flexibility, adaptability and efficiency - that's what Tango is all about.

Frame Type:Rigid
Width:600 mm with 14° wheels (580 mm with 12° wheels)
Length:1100 mm
Seat Width:400 - 500 mm*
Seat Height:430 mm
Seat Depth:420.5 / 450 / 470.5 / 500 mm
Seat Tilt:Mechanical: 0˚ - 9˚
Backrest Height:450 / 470.5 / 500 mm*
Back Recline:Mechanical: -3˚ - 30˚; Powered: 0° - 30°
Armrest Height:270 - 350.5 mm
Turning Diameter:900 mm
Max. Range:25 km (50 Ah batt.)
Speed:6 kph, 10 kph
Batteries:40 / 50 Ah
Maximum Safe Slope:10°
Max Kerb Climb:up to 100 mm (with kerb climber)
Electronics:VR2 controller
Min. Wheelchair Weight:100 kg (with 50 Ah batt)
Maximum User Weight:140 kg (125 kg with powered options)

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.



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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