The new Argon² is the ideal combination of a rigid performing and multi-adjustable active wheelchair. These functional characteristics are built in the modern looking open frame design.
The wide range of adjustment possibilities allows you to fine tune your performance. It’s the ideal adaptive wheelchair for users who are developing their driving capabilities over time and require more active wheelchair settings. This ensures the best driving performance now and in the future.
The Argon2 active wheelchair offers full adjustability without compromising on any performance. The rear seat height is adjustable in 1cm steps, so the seat angle can be constantly adapted to changing needs.
With the infinitely adjustable centre of gravity, you can quickly change your driving settings to a more active or a more stable performance. The backrest angle, height and upholstery tension are also adjustable, so you’ll always find a seating position that best suits you.
To create the castor-link tubes on the Argon2, we used a process called hydra-forming. This involves heat-treating the aluminium so its strength can be increased whilst at the same time allowing the tube walls to be thinner and lighter than those of a traditional active wheelchair. The result – a lighter and stronger front frame that’s easier to manoeuvre.
The ultra-lightweight Argon2 active wheelchair is easy to lift and comes in an open-frame design that ensures there’s nothing to hinder you when transferring your wheelchair in-and-out of the car.
The Argon2‘s rigid frame (with hydraformed castor-link tubes) maximises your energy efficiency by reducing any un-wanted flex in the frame – so more energy is transferred to propulsion and not lost in frame movement.
Strong, sturdy and ultra-lightweight, the Argon2 is one of the most energy-efficient rigid wheelchairs available today (and thanks to its open-frame design, one of the sleekest too!).
|Product Weight (with quick-release wheels removed):
|8 kg (6 kg)
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