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About iLevel Power Chairs
iLevel® Power Chairs feature a revolutionary new power chair design for a better experience.
iLevel improves daily functionality and quality of life by allowing operation of the power chair with the seat fully elevated while at walking speed (at 7,2 km/h).
iLevel’s patented Extra Stability Technology® enhances safety for transfers, reach, and numerous other activities of daily living.
How can iLevel® Power Chairs benefit me?
iLevel® Power Wheelchairs feature a revolutionary new power chair design for a better experience. iLevel from Quantum® improves daily functionality and quality of life by allowing operation of the power chair with the seat fully elevated while at speeds at 7,2 km/h.
The world is not designed around seated height, and unfortunately wheelchair users for too long have been excluded from many everyday functional tasks and interactions beyond their physical reach. iLevel is a feature that can dramatically increase the quality of life for power chair users. From in the home to out in the community, a power elevating seat can help make life safer for users, make social interactions more fulfilling, and give people who use motorized wheelchairs access to common areas of their home.
iLevel’s patented Extra Stability Technology® enhances safety for transfers, reach, and numerous other activities of daily living. iLevel elevating seat technology is unique in that it’s user-inspired, where not only does it elevate, but it stabilizes the power chair for safe operation at 7,2 km/h. For users, this means being able to grocery shop while elevated; this means navigating crowds at eye level; this means accessing high-top tables in restaurants; and, this means strolling the walking path arm-in-arm with your partner. Of course, simply being able to adjust the seat height, with added stability, makes transfers safer.
Specifically, iLevel can benefit you if:
- You have difficulty or need assistance, transferring from surfaces (beds, toilets, shower chairs, car/van seats, etc.) that are higher than the seat on motorized wheelchairs
- You have difficulty, or need assistance, to reach high enough to access one or more of the following areas at home, school, work, or the community:
- Dresser drawers; clothes rod, washer or dryer
- Medicine cabinet; bathroom sink/faucet; mirror; shower head/faucet
- Freezer/refrigerator; oven/stove (including light/exhaust fan switches); microwave, cupboards/shelves; counter; sink/faucet; disposal switch
- Light switches; thermostat; fire alarm; wall phone; speaker; door eye hole/viewer; doorbell; elevator buttons
- You have difficulty seeing where you are going, moving through crowds, or safely crossing the street from a low (standard) seat height in motorized wheelchairs
- You experience neck pain, have difficulty seeing or hearing those standing nearby when seated in power wheelchairs
- You experience any difficulty sitting in motorized wheelchairs as a result of looking up or reaching overhead.