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    Quickie Q7

    Anybody out there with the new quickie q7?
    if you do, how do u like it?
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    I have a Quickie and Q7 and I am very pleased with it! It weighs 17.8 lbs with the cushion and also handles very well. If you have any questions I can try to answer them for you.

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    I will be following this thread too, thinking about buying this one too, out of own pocket. Ouch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sebastiang View Post
    I will be following this thread too, thinking about buying this one too, out of own pocket. Ouch.
    Keep in mind that, according to the rumor mill, Quickie is expected to offer a fixed-frame version of the Q7. When? Don't know. Like other fixed-frame alternatives, it will likely be more expensive but also more lightweight.

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    Yeah, that is the issue, money. I will be forking the $$ out of my own pocket for this one.

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    Q7

    Quote Originally Posted by sho View Post
    Anybody out there with the new quickie q7?
    if you do, how do u like it?
    Last week I placed an order for a Quickie Q7 ridged with Spinergy real wheels. I was able to demo the chair at the hospital. Fits well, performs brilliantly and good looking, too. I am lookinmg forward to receiving he chair in early March.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen212 View Post
    Keep in mind that, according to the rumor mill, Quickie is expected to offer a fixed-frame version of the Q7. When? Don't know. Like other fixed-frame alternatives, it will likely be more expensive but also more lightweight.

    Steverino, What do you mean by "fixed framed"? Not a box frame or cantilevered frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokey View Post
    Steverino, What do you mean by "fixed framed"? Not a box frame or cantilevered frame?
    Fixed frame = welded joints; not adjustable

    e.g., TiLite ZR = fixed frame; TiLite ZRa = adjustable

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    I haven't yet had my chance to demo one (some reps are hard to get demos from) but the feedback in general from users I'm getting is really positive.

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    Our demo came in yesterday. Review to follow....

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