The active ultra-lightweight folding wheelchair with no compromises on rigidity.
With a reinforced fixed-front frame to provide maximum rigidity, efficient driving performance and an increased maximum user weight of 140kg. The Xenon² Hybrid has all the benefits of an ultra-lightweight wheelchair with no compromises in terms of rigidity. From just under 9.5kg and with a new unique cross-brace combined with the completely re-designed axle stem the Xenon2 Hybrid active wheelchair is easy to fold, lift and transport.
No Compromises in terms of Rigidity
By combining ShapeLoc Technology with ovalised tubing, the Xenon² Hybrid delivers an incredibly strong, ultra-lightweight folding wheelchair frame that weighs as little as 9.5kg and maximises your speed and efficiency with every push. The reinforced fixed-front frame provides greater rigidity and increases the maximum user weight to 140kg.
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 an ultra-lightweight, rigid frame – but with all the portability of a folding one.
Style in Motion
Personalise your ultra-lightweight Xenon² and stand out from the crowd with a versatile pallete of 32 frame colours. There’s also five distinctive anodised styles to choose from for the castor fork and wheel. You can even accentuate your colour scheme further by matching or contrasting the upholstery trim colour of the EXO backrest upholstery.
The Xenon² Ultra-Lightweight Folding Series – Available in 3 models
Whether you’re looking for the very best in driving dynamics or the most compact folding dimensions, there’s a Xenon² ultra-lightweight folding wheelchair just for you. Will it be the streamlined design of the Xenon 2 FF or the practical portability of the Xenon SA. Alternatively, how about the reinforced rigidity of the Xenon² Hybrid?