With independence comes confidence. Zippie pediatric rigid wheelchairs are easier to propel and control, giving your child the freedom to fearlessly explore their world. Designed specifically for kids, they are simple to use, reliable, and include built-in adjustments to keep up with your child as they grow!
The ZIPPIE Zone™ is an innovative, ultra lightweight, and option-rich pediatric rigid frame wheelchair that is perfect for active kids and teens.
Named for its built-in growth system, the ZIPPIE GS™ offers frame and component growth with a folding or rigid frame to keep up with kids' ever-changing lives!
Yes, by raising and lowering the push handles in the rear side frame or back frame one can adjust the back height.
Your serial number is usually found on the frame underneath the seat (or on the cross brace of a folding wheelchair). It will be a white sticker with a barcode and a series of numbers.
Unfortunately we don't. However, nail varnish is an extremely inexpensive and easy way of fixing any small scratches or blemishes to your wheelchair's frame.
There are a number of different wheelchair cushions available for our products. You can view our complete range of JAY wheelchair cushions online. For the best comfort we advise you to contact your nearest authorized Sunrise Medical dealership.
Yes you can! You can find the list of available colors on the product's order form. If you're looking for something more unique, our Built-4-Me team can help supply a product to your specific needs.
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