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    Quote Originally Posted by Daleb
    Thx Scott...yeah, I've got that back on both my "everyday" chairs. Sorry I wasn't more clear on that.

    I'm looking for that custom curved back canes piece (in purple) that the back is connected too. VERY cool, I think.
    Oh. My mistake. I didn't notice that until you pointed it out.

    I think TiLite has a fixed back / non-folding option; I'm not sure if that's a CAD drawing of it or what. Cool, yes, but I question how it stays put if it's removable, as it looks to be separate in that image.

    Okay, I'm getting off-topic. I dig the wheels, and think there's room to give Spinergy some competition here.

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    Those are Spinergy FlexRims on one chair and the Fusion 16's on the other. The cantilevered frame chairs are made from aluminum for Next Mobility by Canondale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCI_OTR
    Those are Spinergy FlexRims on one chair and the Fusion 16's on the other. The cantilevered frame chairs are made from aluminum for Next Mobility by Canondale.
    OMG...This thread is packed with some serious wheelchair porn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen212
    The ADI wheels are pictured here on one of this NEXT Mobility prototype. ADI carbon fiber is all over this sweet looking chair.


    That indeed is a sweet looking chair. Love the clean and simple look. Oh and I like those caster forks...similar to the Froglegs uni-tine forks. It's nice to have a new chair in the market to choose from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hype62
    That indeed is a sweet looking chair. Love the clean and simple look. Oh and I like those caster forks...similar to the Froglegs uni-tine forks. It's nice to have a new chair in the market to choose from.
    The chair was designed by Doug Garven. The single-sided casters are but one of his many clever brainchilds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen212
    The chair was designed by Doug Garven. The single-sided casters are but one of his many clever brainchilds.
    Thanks for the link. That is a very interesting read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen212
    The chair was designed by Doug Garven. The single-sided casters are but one of his many clever brainchilds.

    This guy is an inspiration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen212
    The chair was designed by Doug Garven. The single-sided casters are but one of his many clever brainchilds.
    makes me wonder about other designers in the industry...like the guys at kuschall, per4max and RGK.

    cool back story.

    he's the wheelchair pimp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daleb
    makes me wonder about other designers in the industry...like the guys at kuschall, per4max and RGK.

    cool back story.

    he's the wheelchair pimp.

    Doug recently finished up a stint overseas at Kuschall. As you can see from the NM article, he'd like to do his own thing with lots more veto power.

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    todd [adi], could we get some reviews from users of your brakes, w/ pics ect. a few have said they would but nothing ever comes of it.
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