All-terrain

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Frontier V6

For ultimate indoor/outdoor freedom.  An engineering beauty that adapts to any environment. The Frontier V6 all-terrain powerchair is the ideal outdoor wheelchair, yet its size makes it a capable indoor performer.

The Magic Mobility Frontier V6 All-Terrain mid-wheel drive powered wheelchair provides tremendous off-road and kerb climbing capability. The low pressure tyres provide a smoother ride and give the wheelchair increased climbing ability. This powered wheelchair will impress those who prefer the track to the tarmac!

Designed for Kerb Climbing

The articulating front bogie arms are designed to make kerb climbing easier and help power through challenging, rugged terrain.

Off-road Powerchair Tyres

The Frontier V6 all-terrain powerchair is available with large off road drive wheels ensuring enhanced traction and ride comfort. These off-road wheels allow you to tackle all terrains in your powerchair. Don’t settle for the streets, take on the off-road!

Features

  • Greatest off-road capability in the Frontier V6 range
  • Best Frontier V6 model for kerb climbing
  • Exceptionally smooth ride due to the low pressure tyres
  • Splash resistant (not waterproof)
  • Comfort and Rehab Folding backrest

Transfer option

The Frontier V6 offers a front seat tilt option that allows the user to perform a frontal transfer independently. With the seat tilted 8° forward, it will be easier to get in and out of the wheelchair without the help of caregivers or family members.

Dimensions:

Width:710 mm

Length:1050 mm (without footrest)

Seat Width:305-610 mm (Rehab seat) – 405-610 mm (Comfort seat)

Seat Height:435 mm

Seat Depth:305-560 mm (Rehab seat) – 405-560 mm (Comfort seat)

Seat Tilt:Fixed 3º – Power 0º to 5º

Backrest Height:430-635 mm (Comfort backrest) – 480-635 mm (Rehab Comfort backrest)

Back Recline:Manual 0º to 170º / Power 0º to 160º

Armrest Height:220 to 390 mm

Turning Diameter:580 mm

 

Performance/Weights:

Speed:10 km/h

Batteries:70 Amp

Max Kerb Climb:100 mm

Electronics:R-Net

Min. Wheelchair Weight:168 kg

Maximum User Weight:182 kg (155 kg tilted and elevated).

Extreme X8

4-Wheel Drive Off-road Powered Wheelchair.

This is not your standard outdoor wheelchair! The Magic Mobility Extreme X8 all-terrain powerchair will be your partner to just about any destination. Through sand or snow and up or down kerbs, the Extreme X8 is a true all-terrain powerchair. Unrivalled off-road performance and reliability make it a perfect outdoor wheelchairs for adventurers, explorers and rural workers.  If the great outdoors is where you want to be, the Magic Mobility Extreme X8 is waiting to take you there.

Unparalleled 4-Wheel Drive Powered Chair Ride Comfort

The Extreme X8 has an exceptionally smooth, jolt-free ride delivering unparalleled comfort. This is due to the suspension that keep all four driving wheels on the ground and smooths the impact of small bumps and changes in the elevation of terrain. The low pressure knobbly tyres provide a comfortable ride and gives the wheelchair increased grip and climbing ability. TRULY delivering an all-terrain powerchair!

Outdoor Wheelchair with Outdoor Motors

The Extreme X8 has a top speed of 10 km/h (6.2 mph). The motors provide more than just speed. The high torque motors are extremely powerful, allowing you to confidently and quickly ascend a wide variety of difficult terrain. In addition, these motors are also highly efficient, maximising the battery life and real-world distance the Extreme X8 4-wheel drive wheelchair can cover.

Unbeatable kerb and step climbing – Extreme Wheelchair Performance

The Extreme X8 4-wheel drive wheelchair eats kerbs and small steps for breakfast. This is due to the four independent motors, all-terrain low pressure knobbly tires and the articulating front suspension.

Customised Paint Finish

The Extreme X8 comes in five standard colours and three specialised prints. Custom colours can be selected from the Dulux colour range at extra cost. We can also cater to more custom finishes, including decals. Check out our galleries if you are interested in seeing some of the creative wheelchair finishes our customers have chosen.

Dimensions:

Width:710 mm

Length:1030 mm (without footrest)

Seat Width:300-610 mm (Rehab seat) – 405-560 mm (Comfort seat)

Seat Height:470 / 495 / 520 mm

Seat Depth:305-560 mm (Rehab seat) – 405-560 mm (Comfort seat)

Seat Tilt:Fixed 3º – Power 0º to 5º

Backrest Height:430-635 mm (Comfort backrest) – 480-635 mm (Rehab Comfort backrest)

Back Recline:Manual 0º to 170º / Power 0º to 160º

Armrest Height:220 to 390 mm

Turning Diameter:660 mm

Performance/Weights:

Speed:10 km/h

Batteries:100 Amp

Max Kerb Climb:100 mm

Electronics:R-Net

Min. Wheelchair Weight:168 kg

Maximum User Weight:182 kg (155 kg tilted and elevated)

F.A.Q.

Powerchair batteries should be charged after every use for no less than 8 hours, in most situations clients use the chair throughout the day, put it on charge in the evening and the take it off charge the next morning. It is important to note that if the chair is not used for a particular length of time that the chair still needs to be charged, if possible select a day during the week and put the chair on an overnight charge every week it’s not in use. 

There are too many variables such as chair type, battery size, powered seat functions in use, charge process, terrain etc to give any exact information however there are certain manufacturers that build in software for you to connect to and receive up-to date information on battery life.

The high risk nature of a cushion is indeed relating to pressure relief but not necessarily because of any historical issues. The support provided by this level of cushion offers structural positioning as well as pressure relief for anyone sitting for a considerable length of time. Meaning that regardless of your situation, if you’re spending a lot of time in your chair then it is very important that you invest in a suitable cushion to support you for the duration. 

In terms of manoeuvrability a compact, mid-wheel drive (MWD) chair is definitely the superior option. Due to the main wheels being centred directly under the seat it allows the chair to turn around that axis, the wheels turn in opposite directions to each other similar to a rowing boat or caterpillar tracks when turning which keeps the turning circle extremely tight. In addition to this, unlike a front-wheel drive (FWD) or a rear-wheel drive (RWD) chair there is absolutely no obstruction either behind or in front of you. 

The chairs are described as ‘splash proof’ however this is more to prevent users going through large puddles or into the sea etc. Getting caught out in the rain isn’t an issue as long as the chair is dried down after use and kept in a dry environment such as a garage.