Quickie QM-720

The Quickie QM-720™ is the high performance version of the popular Quickie QM-710. Designed for active users who cover long distances on a regular basis, the QM-720 is outfitted with a fast 8 mph motor package. It also includes all the key components found on the Quickie QM-710, such as SpiderTrac™ Suspension, an intuitive mid-wheel drive base, and PG Drives electronics. This combination of speed and proven performance provides users with the confidence to drive forward and live without limits.
Proven Reliability
The Quickie QM-720 power base is a fresh new design, but it is built with time tested components, including Linix motors and PG Drives® VR2/R-net electronics. This combination of time tested componentry and design innovation provides the basis for the QM-720's outstanding performance
High Speed Motors
Whether it's crossing a large campus, navigating through busy downtown streets, or surveying a building site, the Quickie QM-720 high speed motor package gets you there without delay. Each motor features 4 poles and is powered by a Group 24 battery. This combination increases reliability and available mileage-per-charge.
Easy Servicability
To ensure easy serviceability, the QM-720 design team reduced the number of parts in the wheel base by over 30% from the previous mid-wheel model. They designed the interface system to accept power lift and tilt modules that easily slot in and out. They also went out of their way to route all wiring inside the chair's modular components. The outcome is a clean, efficient power chair that is easy to service and highly reliable.
As the name suggests, SpiderTrac™ Suspension features independent suspension on all 6 wheels. This independence helps each wheel to maintain constant contact with the ground. The design also optimizes the articulation range of the front and rear casters to give the chair a spider-like ability to crawl onto and over steep transitions without compromising user stability.
"Assignable buttons" is an exclusive feature to PG Drives (R-net electronics) and Quickie Wheelchairs that lets dealers, clinicians, and technicians assign commonly used functions such as tilt-up, tilt-down, legrests-up, legrests-down, etc. to many of the available buttons and ports on the joystick. Users can simply punch a buddy button or similar device to accomplish a menu-function input without wading through a maze of menu selections.
The R-net electronic controls on the QM-720 provide simple programming options with outstanding reliability. They feature optional color screens and the ability to add optional specialized inputs such as chin control, sip-n-puff control, and various head array systems. R-net electronics also offer some unique programming profiles that provide the ability to mix proportional and non-proportional controls on one chair. Many of the R-net control buttons can be assigned customized functions.
Mid-wheel drive chairs are the most intuitive and maneuverable power chairs in the market because the center-of-rotation is located directly beneath the user. The QM-720 utilizes this mid-wheel drive technology along with a robust suspension package to easily navigate confined indoor spaces and more rugged, uneven outdoor environments. It's the best of both worlds.
The QM-720 offers 5 different base colors to suit your style: Candy Apple Red, High Gloss Black, Candy Blue, Silver, and Copper.
Built to meet the requirements of HCPCS code: Quickie QM-720 BD: K0868
Quickie QM-720 SD: K0877
Quickie QM-720 MPD: K0884
Product Weight: BD - 310 lbs.
SD - 350 lbs.
MPD - 375 lbs.
(Weights for base models with batteries. Alternate configurations may vary in weight)
Product Weight Capacity: 300 lbs.
Seat Width Range: 12" - 22" (Will vary depending on seating system used)
Seat Depth Range: 12" - 22" (Will vary depending on seating system used)
Drive Wheel Position: Mid-Wheel
Speed: 8 MPH
Turning Radius: 20"
Front STFH: BD: 17.5", 18.5", 19.5", 20.5"
SD: 18", 19", 20", 21"
MPD: 16.5", 17.5", 18.5", 19.5"
Overall Base Width: 25"
Overall Length: 36" w/out footrests
Launch Date: February 13, 2012