Quickie Q300 M Mid Wheel Powerchair

The narrowest TRUE mid-wheel drive powerchair

Go where others can't with the Q300 M Mini - the narrowest (520 mm) TRUE mid-wheel drive powerchair with a turning circle of just 1200 mm. Building on its predecessor, the Salsa M2 Mini, we've taken outdoor performance to the next level with BIG powerchair features to get you further than ever before.


Enjoy a safe and comfortable ride with patented all-wheel suspension that independently cushions every wheel. Climb kerbs of up to 4" (100 mm)  with 14” (355 mm) drive-wheels. Power through tricky terrain with super-strong 4-pole motors and enjoy an energy-efficient range of up to 22 miles with 56Ah batteries.


Plus with a multi-adjustable seating system and a whole-host of styling options, the original ultra-compact powerchair is back and better than ever! Be the first to experience it and book a demonstration now.


Compact space? Meet the ultra-slim base!

At home in your space, the Q300 M Mini boasts the REAL ultra-compact dimensions and maneuverability to cope with even the tightest of situations.


Ultra-slim 520 mm width

Ridiculously narrow at 520 mm in width, the Q300-M Mini goes where others can‘t. Whether it‘s a complicated living room, a cluttered kitchen or a narrow doorway, it'll fit in to your life, not the other way around.


Tiny 1120 mm turning circle

Thanks to its TRUE mid-wheel-drive technology, the Q300 M Mini turns on the spot, for an ultra-small turning circle of 1120 mm (as opposed to RWD/FWD powerchairs that need to ‘swing’ around on its front or rear drive wheels, resulting in a wider turning circle).


Short 1060 mm base length

At just 1060 mm in length, the Q300 M Mini will conveniently fit in the smallest lifts and tight spaces with ease. Never one to take up too much space, its light enough (103 kg) to be used with most floor lifts too.


Easy transfers

Struggling with transfers? Available with a variety of swing-away legrests, armrests and controllers, the Q300 M Mini will give you the extra space to get closer to objects like tables and chairs.


What is TRUE mid-wheel drive technology?

It‘s when the powerchair‘s drive wheels are aligned central to its length. If positioned more towards the front or rear, the turning circle is wider (and there‘s more of the powerchair swinging around). There‘s also less weight on the drive wheel, reducing traction. Whereas the Q300 M Mini provides the most-compact turning circle and increased traction and stability thanks to its TRUE mid-wheel drive design.


The out-performer.

Experience a true compact powerchair with truly sensational outdoor peformance with the Q300 M Mini. Narrow enough to be nimble in a crowded city, and with the outdoor presence of a much larger powerchair, it's streets ahead of the competition.


Anti-pitch technology

Traditionally when a powerchair comes to a halt on a slope, the stopping motion of the chair will jolt you forwards. That’s a problem we’ve eliminated with Anti-Pitch technology, so you’re kept safe and stable in your seat. Plus, thanks to its TRUE mid-wheel drive technology, you're positioned directly over the drive wheel to increase traction onto the wheel and decreasing sliding.


All-wheel suspension

With QUICKIE‘s all-wheel independent suspension, all six wheels remain on the ground whilst climbing and transitioning obstacles. With it‘s PATENTED suspension, any shocks and bumps are absorbed by the wheel‘s suspension, so you‘re assured of a soft and smooth ride.


4" (100 mm) Kerb climbing

Not a drop kerb in sight? The Q300 M Mini with its 12" (300 mm) drive wheels can handle kerbs of up to 3" (75 mm). Looking to handle something trickier? Upgrade to 14" (355 mm) drive wheels and tackle kerbs of up to 4" (100 mm).


Powerful 4-Pole Motors

Switch to the new 4-pole motors and you’ll get an even punchier response to driving commands, greater ability to tackle troublesome terrains and just an all-round more exciting ride.


22 Miles of range

Powered by punchy 56 Ah batteries, the Q300 M Mini takes you everywhere where you want to go with an impressive range of up to 36 km (22 miles), so there's never a need to rush back.