Quadrix Axess Touch e3

Freedom and emotions

Freedom and excitement with a wheelchair without handlebars

  • Walk
  • Hiking

Walking and hiking are finally possible for everyone! Thanks to its joystick and its powerful motorisation, it can help you discover different paths in an all-terrain wheelchair.

With its unique, removable joystick control, the Axess Touch e3 is suitable for most disabilities while maintaining optimum safety.

For safety reasons, the Axess Touch e3 stops when the joystick is inadvertently released. With two speeds, the Axess Touch e3 offers you comfort when moving

All-terrain wheelchair that can benefit from social security coverage with a LPP code. The Axess Touch e3 will therefore be limited to 10km/h for its approval.

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Up to 15 km/h
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Up to 50 km
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Elevation gain
Up to 40
  • Immediate start-up
  • Single control for acceleration and braking
  • Speed selector (slow, fast)
  • High torque for easy hill starting
  • Powerful and quiet engines
  • 50km range
  • LED interface, battery control - High performance suspension with long travel
  • Suitable for steep paths
  • Easy transfer
  • High stability, low centre of gravity
  • Optimal comfort: ergonomic driving position with legs extended, seats and armrests on slides, adjustable in inclination
  • European 2-year warranty
  • Frame Alu 7020 powder coated
  • 2 DC geared motors 36V/1500W
  • Removable joystick control
  • LiFePO4 battery with BMS, 36V 20 Ah
  • Chargers 230V/5A
  • Charging time 4h30 maximum
  • 4 wheels in 20" size
  • Anti-puncture product in the wheels
  • 4 adjustable shock absorbers
  • Adjustable armrests
  • Front and rear LED lighting kit, bell, reflectors
  • Bucket seat
  • 3-point harness
  • Seat height 40cm
  • Ground clearance 22 cm
  • Dimensions (L x W x H) 1670 x 900 x 1350
  • Weight 70 kg without battery + 7.5 kg/battery
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