Pushing a standard manual wheelchair can be tough, but with the IntelliWheels X2 pushing instantly becomes twice as easy. The IntelliWheels X2 uses simple gears in each wheel to make it significantly easier to push forwards, backwards, around corners, and over any surface.
You will never need to recharge your batteries because the IntelliWheels X2 uses simple gears to allow you to use less energy to push your wheelchair .
The IntelliWheels X2 fits on any foldable wheelchair and in mere minutes you can make your wheelchair twice as easy to push.
The stainless steel gears of IntelliWheels X2 turn quietly and efficiently. Enclosed in heat-treated, weather resistant aluminum, grit and grime will never slow you down.
Order the IntelliWheels X2 today and receive a 30-day money back guarantee. We believe that our wheels will allow you or your loved ones greater mobility and higher levels of autonomy. Try the IntelliWheels X2 for yourself, and come back to share your stories and experiences.
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The gears in Scott’s head never stop working. They are the gears that run IntelliWheels. Scott tinkers tirelessly to design the best wheels possible to improve the efficiency and usability of manual wheelchairs. Scott possesses an incredible ability to listen to the people he is designing for and create products that help solve the specific problems his customers express.
Bringing a bit of East Coast attitude to the Midwest, Marissa is IntelliWheels’ energy source. With a background in Kinesiology and exercise physiology, Marissa has developed a strong desire to see everyone given the opportunity to lead healthy and independent lives. Marissa ensures we never lose touch with our customers and their needs.
Josh knows a thing or two about wheelchairs. Hailed as one of the fastest wheelchair racers in the world, Josh has been traveling the world racing as part of the USA national team since 2004. As an experienced racer, motivational speaker, and writer, Josh can be found on the road meeting with clients and working with disability advocacy organizations such as Easter Seals and SourceAmerica.