The Zippie TS is the original, premier paediatric tilt in space wheelchair. Available with either a folding or rigid wheelchair frame, built-in growth and compatible with many seating and positioning solutions. The Zippie TS has the widest variety of options in the tilt in space market.
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The Zippie TS children's wheelchair features 45° of tilt technology via the foot release actuator. It's easy to operate and eliminates tangles caused by exposed cables.
Because no two families are alike, the Zippie TS offers both folding and rigid frame options to accommodate a span of lifestyles and priorities. For families needing to store the wheelchair in a vehicle or in tight spaces at home, the Folding TS compresses into a small package. The rigid frame involves fewer moving parts and offers a lower overall weight.
The Zippie TS was designed to accommodate the changes your child may experience throughout the life of the wheelchair. Up to 2" of seat width and up to 5" of seat depth adjustments allow the TS to grow, while adjustable components keep your child comfortable and properly positioned during development.
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