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    The new Quickie Hellium

    This chair is going to be a good option for who is looking for ultralight rigid chairs, it`s the best quickie that i never seen, with the electron options it would be lighter than a Tilite TR
    http://www.heliummobility.eu/en_gb/index.asp
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    Looks very nice. Kudos to Quickie for getting "caught up"

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    That's a great chair.
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    Why oh why!?! Now I have to wait another five years! LOL Just got my GTi.
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    I will speak with sunrise medical on monday and i will tell you, but i think it`s for next year, maybe the end of this ( in Spain)

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    Oval tubing, in particular, is a nice addition to a 'soon to be' production chair. Kudos Quickie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaleB View Post
    Oval tubing, in particular, is a nice addition to a 'soon to be' production chair. Kudos Quickie!

    Looking forward to your review.

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    Quote Originally Posted by totoL1 View Post
    This chair is going to be a good option for who is looking for ultralight rigid chairs, it`s the best quickie that i never seen, with the electron options it would be lighter than a Tilite TR
    http://www.heliummobility.eu/en_gb/index.asp
    Excellent find, totoL1!! Great looking chair and some cool innovative features. I especially like the clean appearance of the seat sling straps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen212 View Post
    Looking forward to your review.
    LOL!

    Gimme 3-5 years or so, then I'll be up for it.
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    I was also noting the rigidizer bar with the rubber grip...someone is paying attention, at Quickie!
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