Quickie® IRIS™

A dramatic new approach to tilting in space

The Quickie® IRIS™ (Intelligent Rotation In Space).

Unlike systems that incorporate a fixed pivot-point, dual pivot-point, or linear element, the Quickie® IRIS™' rotational design is based on the idea of rotating the seat-frame around a user's center-of-gravity. This, combined with up to 60° of posterior rotation and hi-resolution adjustment, provides the ultimate in control, maneuverability, and stability.

ISO Standards Approved

159kgMaximum user weight

Model: SRM183FS23

Seat Depth 15 in. - 22 in.
Seat Height Range 14.50 in. - 19.25 in. seat-to-floor height
Seat Width 14 in. - 22 in.
Total Weight Approx. 17.72kg for an 18in. X 18in. frame that includes 70° swing away footrests
Front Castor Options 5 X 1.5 in., 6 in., 6 X 1.5 in., 8 in., 8 X 1.5 in., 8 X 2 in.
Rear Wheel Options 12 in., 16 in., 20 in., 22 in., 24 in.


Quickie IRIS Brochure, (1 mb)

Script Form

Quickie Iris Script Form, (691.4 kb)

Owner's Manual

Quickie IRIS Owners Manual, (3.9 mb)

Options & Accessories

Quickie® IRIS™ Accessories, (837.9 kb)

Quickie Colour Pallette

Quickie Colour Pallette, (138.6 kb)


Many of our products are sourced from different manufacturers and suppliers who have their own individual Warranty Policies.  A general guide explaining warranty coverage can be found below. For more detailed information please refer to the Warranty Section in the PDF Owner’s Manual above.

Any item purchased is warranted from the date of purchase against faults arising due to defects in materials or manufacturing.

Warranty does not cover parts or electrical components damaged by misuse, neglect, accident or improper installation, nor those tampered with, altered or serviced by an agency not authorized by the manufacturer.

Warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, eg tyres and tubes.

All warranty claims must be returned to us for assessment.

Please see under resources tab for an accessory PDF Download.


Cable Free

Cables always getting in the way? Not a problem with the new Quickie IRIS foot release tilt actuator. It's easy to operate, clean as a whistle and tangle free. It's also available at no additional charge.


The Quickie® IRIS™ utilizes a rotational tilt-system. Instead of tilting the seat frame from an outside pivot-point the Quickie® IRIS™ actually rotates the seat frame around the users center-of-gravity. This rotational system provides the shortest possible wheelbase without compromising stability. It also insures a smooth and controlled rotation.


The 60° & 40° Tilt Advantage

The Quickie® IRIS™ features three tilt ranges: -5° to 50°, 0° to 55°, and 5° to 60° on the standard 55° seat frame, and -5° to 35°, 0° to 40°, and 5° to 45° on the 40° seat frame. As the seat frame rotates past 45°, a significant amount of pressure transfers from the seat to the back. By providing up to 60° of tilt, the IRIS insures that the majority of pressure is removed from the ischial tuberosities. For individuals who only need positioning relief, the 40° tilt frame is ideal.

Low Seat-To-Floor Height

The Quickie Iris now features a 12 1/2" front seat-to-floor height. Using a drop seat, this distance can be lowered to an even lower 10 ½" seat-to-floor height. Low seat-to-floor height is critical for users who use foot propulsion.


  • The recently improved Quickie IRIS shed 6 lbs. in overall weight. An 18" x 18" IRIS with 70° hangers now weighs a slim 39 lbs. Compared to the rotation-in-space competition, the IRIS is a true back saver.
  • The Quickie® IRIS™ features a special angle-adjustable stroller handle that quickly adjusts to a variety of caregiver heights.
  • A patented backpost bracket allows repositioning of the backpost seat-depth without removing the attaching hardware.
  • Specialty options, such as a reclining backrest, vent-and-battery tray, and one-arm drive are all available as "on-chair" options.
  • A tilt-angle indicator and a set of tilt-stops ship with every chair to provide a precise tilt range and tilt angle-setting.

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ISO Standards Approval

Australian Standards have been developed to ensure equipment meets recognised safety and reliability criteria. To achieve this status, equipment must pass a series of tests in which it is put under difficult conditions that are designed to be similar to those that the child or adult may face when the equipment is used. For example, wheelchairs are tested for safhas gained Australian Standard acceptance, it provides a sense of satisfaction and reassurance that it is safe to be used and will do the job.

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