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Zippie Xperience 2 Paediatric

Zippie Experience 2

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For information contact AT Aust on 1300 452 679

Short Description

A paediatric, mid wheel drive, powered wheelchair suitable for indoor and outdoor use. It features six wheel GC3 interactive suspension, gravity compensation, tilt and recline, Intelli-drive technology with steer correcting, weight distribution over a large footprint, as well as programmable electronics. Available in paediatric and adult sizes with various colour options.

Additional Info

More Details

* Modular wheelbase & seat frame, can be adjusted to the growth of the child
* Eclipse seat frame: in field width, depth, back, armrest and leg rest adjustment, wide range of seat sizes
* ASAP seat frame: 16-20" seat and depth adjustment, cantilever arms, all power seat options, tilt/lift/ recline, PELR

* Seat suspension
* Tilt and recline functions
* Modular seat frame

* Check with supplier

* Reclines
* Adjustable (with eclipse seat frame)

* Check with supplier

* Adjustable (with eclipse seat frame)

* Adjustable (with eclipse seat frame)

* Check with supplier

* Six wheel suspension
* Two size options
* Cast wheel brackets, pneumatic with or without insert

* Two size options
* Caster pneumatic, with or without insert

* Check with supplier

* Joystick controlled
* LED, LCD, Advanced joystick options

* Check with supplier

* Check with supplier

Transport or dismantling:
* Does not break down for transport


Caution: Load Capacity for Powered Wheelchairs
The load capacity of a powered wheelchair may change according to the type of ground the wheelchair is used on. The supplier stated load capacity may have been given for a powered wheelchair that has been tested on flat ground. However, the powered wheelchair's load capacity, performance and stability may change when the powered wheelchair is used on an incline. These factors, including the maximum gradient on which a powered wheelchair should be safely used, should be discussed with the supplier.

Transport Accessibility
The space allowed on public transport for carrying mobility equipment is an area of 1300mm by 800mm.

Wheelchair spaces
All new Sydney buses feature special 'kneeling suspension' and a ramp to provide easy access for less mobile passengers.

There are spaces for two wheelchairs on the new buses. These will accommodate most manual and electric wheelchairs with maximum length 1250mm, maximum width 750mm, maximum turning circle1500mm and maximum weight 200kg.

For safety reasons, passengers in wheelchairs are advised to face the back of the bus, bracing their wheelchair against the side of the space, applying the brakes and securing the seat belt of the wheelchair.

Wheelchair accessible buses display a blue and white wheelchair sign on the front of the bus, and on the easy access door.

Transport Requirements
Occupied Wheelchair in a Car
A person sitting in a wheelchair within a car or van requires certification and RMS (Roads and Maritime Services) approval for the wheelchair and occupants restraint system where the wheelchair or occupant are restrained to the vehicle structure. RMS approval is not required for a postural support, such as a harness, that is only attached to the wheelchair and not to the vehicle.

Wheelchair Restraints
When transporting a person in a wheelchair in a car or van, both the occupant and the wheelchair require a Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) approved restraint system. The wheelchair and the occupant need to be separately secured to the vehicle itself.
RMS approval is not required for a postural support, such as a harness that supports the user in the wheelchair but is not part of the vehicle restraint system.
The use of a headrest is not legally required but strongly recommended. Easily detachable, folding headrests which fit a wheelchair with standard push handles are available. Contact the supplier or refer to section Wheelchair, Scooter, Cushions, ramps / Postural Supports - Seating System: Restraint+Head+Back+Seats

Place Of Manufacture

Sunrise Medical
Concord, Ontario,
L4K 4V3

Price Guide

Contact Importer for local suppliers and pricing information.

Models And Options


Three models available in various sizes.

* Zippie Xperience 2 Paediatric Mid Wheel Drive
* Zippie Xplore 2 Hybrid Paediatric Rear Wheel Drive (check separate item)
* Zippie ZM-310 Mid Wheel Drive (check separate item)


* Eclipse seat frame
* ASAP seat frame
* Infinite adjustment centre mount
* Colour headrest mount
* Light package
* 5 degree cantilever armrest
* Slim back cover
* Phone and tablet support
* Independent height adjustable footplates
* Cup holder


Specification Standard
Armrest Height (from seat) Unknown
Backrest Height From 304.8 mm to 558.8 mm
Clearance Under Base Unknown
Load Capacity (supplier stated) 136 kg
Seat Depth From 254 mm to 558.8 mm
Seat Height 431.8 mm
Seat Width From 254 mm to 558.8 mm
Turning Circle Unknown
Width 609.6 mm

Additional Dimensions

Front Caster: 152.4mm caster, 203.2mm caster pneumatic, with or without insert
Drive Wheel: 317.5mm and 355.6mm cast wheel pneumatic, with or without insert
Transit: 4 point wheelchair transport bracket included
Electronics: R-Net EL 90 Amp fully expandable controller
R-Net 120 Amp fully expandable controller
LED, LCD, advanced joystick options

Setup And Maintenance


All wheelchairs require regular maintenance. Refer to User Manual for specific details

* The wheelchair needs regular maintenance for peak performance and to avoid injury from chair failure, damage or premature wear
* Inspect and maintain this chair per the 'Safety Checklist'. See User Manual or contact supplier for details
* If you detect a problem, make sure to service or repair the chair before use
* At least once a year, have a complete safety check and service of your chair performed by a supplier



Some assistive technology needs to meet Australian or other standards. Standards may relate to materials, manufacturing and installation. Products that meet Australian or international standards will have written certification. To find out if a product meets Australian Standards ask the supplier to show you the certificate. For more information about standards also see

Many of the items on the Assistive Technology Australia website are categorised as a Medical Device. Medical devices that are approved for use in Australia have been entered into a national database called the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG), which is maintained by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). You can ask the supplier for the ARTG number for the device you wish to purchase and search the ARTG for the entry. To access information on the ARTG visit

When buying a medical device it is advisable to only choose a medical device that is recommended by a healthcare professional and has been included on the ARTG.

Licence & Insurance Requirements

In NSW, motorised wheelchairs that weigh less than 110 kg and cannot travel at more than 10 km/h do not have to be registered, provided they are being used by a person with mobility problems. A person driving a motorised wheelchair under these circumstances is defined as a pedestrian under the Australian Road Rules and is permitted to travel on a footpath or nature strip adjacent to the road.

Vehicles exempt from registration are covered by the nominal defendant scheme (administered by the State Insurance Regulatory Authority) if they are at fault in an accident in NSW on a road or road-related area and cause injury to another person. However, this cover is only valid in NSW.

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Zippie Experience 2


Sunrise Medical Pty Ltd (importer only)
11 Daniel St
Wetherill Park
NSW 2164
Sales: 02 9678 6600
Fax: 02 9678 6659
Contact Person: Justin Wanschers (Sales Mgr)


Whilst all care is taken to provide accurate information with respect to the item described, the Independent Living Centre New South Wales (ILCNSW), operating as Assistive Technology Australia, is not involved in product design or manufacture, and therefore not in a position to guarantee the accuracy of the information provided. Selection of equipment, which is both suitable and appropriate for individual needs remains the responsibility of the person(s) considering requisition, and no responsibility is taken by the ILCNSW (Assistive Technology Australia) for any loss or injury caused through use of the equipment or alleged to have arisen through reliance upon information provided. As information is subject to change any enquiries should be directed to the manufacturer.