From just 4.9kgs* and with a new unique cross-brace combined with the completely re-designed axle stem, the Xenon² is a ultra-lightweight folding wheelchair that’s easy to fold, lift and transport. It’s been cleverly designed to create the kind of minimalistic style that you’d expect from a rigid, active wheelchair with a fixed-front frame for a clean, streamlined design, and innovative technology. The Xenon² FF is the ideal match for those with a very active lifestyle who demand an ultra-lightweight yet stiff manual wheelchair for maximum driving performance.
One of Lightest Folding Wheelchairs
The genius behind the Xenon’s ultra lightweight folding frame is 7000 series aerospace aluminium. Unique to the Xenon², ShapeLoc Technology increases its strength, allowing for thinner tube walls, and decreases the overall weight of the manual wheelchair. By combining ShapeLoc Technology with ovalised tubing, the Xenon 2 delivers an incredibly strong, folding wheelchair frame that weighs as little as 5kg in transit and maximises your speed and efficiency with every push.
Peerless Folding Performance
At the core of the Xenon² is a unique cross-brace that fits so neatly under the seat it’s barely noticeable – giving a very minimalistic, open-frame feel that you’d usually associate with a rigid wheelchair.
But the similarities don’t end with the appearance – the completely re-designed axle stem, combined with the new cross-brace, provides the stiff, stable driving performance feel of a rigid frame, but with all the portability of a folding active wheelchair.
Style in Motion
Whether you’re looking for the very best in driving dynamics or the most compact folding dimensions, there’s a Xenon² just for you. Will it be the streamlined design of the Xenon² FF? Or the practical portability of the Xenon² SA? Alternatively how about the reinforced rigidity of the Xenon² Dual?
The Xenon² Series – Available in 3 models
Whether you’re looking for one of the best in driving dynamics or the most compact folding dimensions, there’s a Xenon² just for you. Will it be the streamlined design of the Xenon² FF? Or the practical portability of the Xenon² SA? Alternatively how about the reinforced rigidity of the Xenon² Dual?