The Spark features the same well-designed folding frame from Ki’s long-running Catalyst series of folding active wheelchairs. It features a clean, ergonomic and easy to release latch that folds the Spark up into a highly compact package that fits in the back of almost every car. It opens again just as easily, ready to go again. With legrests removed, the frame is an incredibly light 8 kg, easy to lift in and out of a vehicle.
The Spark comes as standard as the chassis of the wheelchair, as pictured, being designed to have a third-party seating system fitted to it. We can assess your child for the ideal seating, as well as supplying this alongside the Spark, ensuring it provides the comfort and support your child needs. Ki’s Axiom seating is a popular option, as it allows for easy integration and is available in a range of bright colours.
Designed to accommodate growing children, the Spark’s frame can be extended by up to two inches in width, and four inches in depth, ensuring it will fit for many years to come.
Each Spark is built to order with a wide range of options – including height adjustable push handles or a stroller handle, a variety of legrests including elevating ones. Wheel selections allow the Spark to be set up in the ideal configuration to encourage your child to self-propel, allowing them safe and independent mobility.
As you would expect from Ki, the Spark is an attractive wheelchair, with a choice of ten gloss and nine matt frame finishes. If you have opted for an Axiom backrest this can be finished in either the same colour or a contrasting one, to further stand out.
The Spark is an impressive wheelchair, capable of accepting almost any seating system on the planet. Most parents opt for lighter rigid framed models such as the Little Wave XP, which can still be easily transported, has the same growth options, and can accommodate third-party seating.