TiLite ZRA Wheelchair

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No boundaries.

With full adjustability and a minimalist mono-tube frame, the ZRA dishes out style without boundaries. Add the ZRA’s TiFit titanium frame, and you have the complete package. Strength, style, and the ability to set-up and configure your chair just for you.

  • ZRA Showcase Detail
    Rigid

    Rigid frame chairs are the lightest and highest performing chairs because they are constructed from the fewest possible components and have the fewest moving parts.

  • ZRA Adjustable Detail
    Full Adjustability

    The Tru-Fit system opens up the world of adjustability by incorporating an infinite adjustment mechanism. The Tru-Fit system allows you to fine tune the fit of your wheelchair because you are not limited to a series of pre-set holes.

  • ZRA Monotube Detail
    Mono-Tube Edge

    Distinguished by a clean, modern look, the mono-tube frame’s 1.25″ tubing gives the ZRA strength and durability. The frame shape affords excellent transportability and easy placement on a car seat. Round off the ZRA’s frame with curved, ovalized caster arms.

  • ZRA TiFit Detail
    TiFit

    The difference between a TiFit chair and all other chairs is that a TiFit chair is a wheeled prosthetic: Every frame is made to measure. The optimized fit of a TiFit chair brings unparalleled performance and function. You will feel the difference in everything you do.

  • ZRA Titanium Detail
    Titanium

    Titanium absorbs vibration, won’t break, and has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal on Earth. That is why TiLite builds our highest performing wheelchairs from seamless, aerospace-grade titanium. If you want strength, durability, and a smooth roll, you want a titanium ride.

ZRA  Innovation

The Tru-Fit System opens up the world of adjustability by incorporating an infinite adjustment mechanism. The Tru-Fit system allows you to fine tune the fit of your chair because you are not limited to a series of pre-set holes. Also, instead of bolting through frame-weakening holes, components clamp directly onto the frame. This eliminates one of the main stress points on today’s wheelchairs by reducing the number of holes in the frame.