The Qimova

Paediatric Comfort Chair

New special size providing maximum comfort for very small children.


Qimova Comfort Wheelchair - Bariatric

The Qimova Paediatric Comfort chair. Also available as Junior chairAdult chair, Bariatric chair and Power chair.

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Complete comfort

The new Qimova Paediatric Comfort Chair is designed especially for small children, with an effective seat width down to 32 cm and seat depth down to 30 cm, extra short leg rests and back rest, while offering all the comfort, flexibility and features of the Qimova Comfort Wheelchair.

Our new smaller size wheelchair gives all of the comfort and flexibility of our standard Comfort Wheelchair, but for small children. Young children grow and change quickly, and our wheelchair is designed to adjust and evolve with them over time.

Features and Benefits


All Qimova Comfort wheelchairs come with the following as standard:


Available in a variety of seat sizes with versatile comfort cushioning, all Qimova wheelchairs are designed to fit the exact measurements of any user.

We also offer a choice of wheel sizes, whether it's rear- or front wheel driven, if it's powered or manual, gas-operated or automatic. (The shown model above is our standard manual Qimova Comfort Chair, with 16” rear wheels manually operated Tilt in Space, back rest recline and articulating leg rests).


The Qimova Paediatric Comfort Chair features unparalled tilting, reclining and leg rest elevation, making it easy for caretakers to shift positions, ensuring the frequent repositionings of the body required by long sitting hours. Or for users themselves to adjust the chair, using the remote control for the optional electrical positioning system.


Versatile positioning

Max. Recline
For resting and redistributing weight

Gentle recline
For aleviating pressure

Standard
Full comfort and support
Incline / Anterior Tilt
Easy to get in and out of chair

Quality and safety

All Qimova wheelchairs are designed and built to meet and surpass all relevant ISO and EN standards and have been crash tested and approved for use as seating in motor vehicles with Dalh restraints . All upholstery has been treated to meet fire-resistant standards.
 

Versatile cushioning

Our cushioning series ensures support and comfort exactly where needed, and includes if required individually-designed anti-thrust, wedged, ramped and channeled seat cushions. All seat cushioning has memory foam topers on high density foam with in-built ventilation, and all cushioning can be supplied with incontinence lining.


Accesories

Qimova has a wide range of accessories that can be used to create the exact amount of functionality and support needed by the user. These include additional remotes and modules such as attendant remotes, sip ’n’ puff, finger steering and switch inputs as well as headrests, thoracic supports, hip guides, pommels, trays and pushing handles.


Modular construction

The unique Qimova modular construction system means that all seating systems and wheel bases are interchangeable. This allows a client to start off with a manual version of our wheelchair and upgrade to a fully powered indoor/outdoor wheelchair by changing the base only. This means continued use of their current seating system and moving it to a power base for a fraction of the cost of purchasing a new chair.


Dimensions

Min. Unit Max. Unit
Total length with legrests and 16” wheels 820 mm 920 mm
Total width with 16” wheels 603 mm 703 mm
Total weight without removable items 43 kg
kg
Back rest to seat angle (recline) -3 ° 34 °
Seat angle (tilt) -13 °
36 °
Seat depth 300 mm 380 mm
Seat width 320 mm 400 mm
Seat height, ground to seat board, 16" & 24" wheels 370 mm 510 mm
Seat height, ground to seat board, 12" &  20" wheels 325 mm 465 mm
Back rest height 400 mm 650 mm
Distance footplate to seat board 290 mm 580 mm
Distance armrest to seat board 225 mm 410 mm
Lower leg to seat surface angle  -2  °
 90  °
Distance between arm pads, seat width +  -20  mm  75  mm


Standards

The wheelchair confirms to the standards laid out in EN 12183: 2002, including, but not limited to:

Gas Electric
Requirements and test methods for static, impact and fatigue strengths (ISO 7176-8) Yes Yes
Power and control systems for electric wheelchairs – requirements and test methods (ISO 7176-14) n/a Yes
Climatic test in accordance with ISO 7176-9 Yes Yes
Requirements for resistance to ignition in accordance with ISO 7176-16 Yes Yes
Crash test: Wheeled mobility devices for use in motor vehicles in accordance with ISO 7176-19 Yes Yes