Being prepared when pushing the limits

Watch our video for some top tips on what to pack in your emergency toolkit, and how to do minor fixes on your powerchair when you’re pushing the limits. When you’re heading off road, it’s best to be prepared in case of emergency. Carrying a small emergency toolkit can be the key to getting home… Read more »

Sam and Penny conquer the Snowdon Push

The Snowdon Push is a tough and exhilarating fundraising event that challenges teams of 10 to 16 people to conquer Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales. Watch footage of Penny and her team conquering the challenging terrain in the Extreme X8. Wheelchair users Sam and Penny both accepted the Snowdon Push challenge… Read more »

Sam and Penny conquer the Snowdon Push

The Snowdon Push is a tough and exhilarating fundraising event that challenges teams of 10 to 16 people to conquer Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales. Watch the video of Penny conquering the challenging terrain in her Extreme X8 at Snowdon Mountain. Wheelchair users Sam and Penny both accepted the Snowdon Push… Read more »

Getting back to ‘normal’ in the Frontier V6 AT

When Frontier V6 All Terrain (AT) user Shelley received her Magic Mobility powerchair, she reclaimed her independence, and rediscovered her love for the outdoors. In her Frontier V6 AT, she’s able to go out on the trails, travel across America and get out in her front yard again. She feels like she isn’t a burden… Read more »

Getting back to ‘normal’ in the Frontier V6 AT

When Frontier V6 All Terrain (AT) user Shelley received her Magic Mobility powerchair, she reclaimed her independence, and rediscovered her love for the outdoors. Shelley’s powerchair was funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), but she struggled to get them to approve the Frontier V6, and had to try other less-suitable wheelchairs first. Born… Read more »

Tyre pressure the key to optimising Extreme X8 performance

The Extreme X8 has superior off-road capabilities, taking you just about anywhere, on any terrain. Using the right tyre pressure, particularly lower pressure in mud, sand and snow, is the key to getting where you need to go, and safely home again. We asked our Founder and Extreme X8 creator, Ash Daff, to talk us… Read more »

Magic Mobility acquired by Sunrise Medical

Magic Mobility is pleased to announce its acquisition by Sunrise Medical. Sunrise Medical is a world leader in the development, design, manufacture and distribution of manual wheelchairs, electric powered wheelchairs, scooters, seating and positioning products and has acquired Magic Mobility, a leading Australian based designer and manufacturer of highly innovative and life enabling all-terrain electric… Read more »

Choosing the drive train that best suits you

At Magic Mobility our engineers work to create mobility solutions that suit each individual’s needs, with powerchairs in front-wheel, mid-wheel and rear-wheel drive. We asked our Rehabilitation Engineer Jem to talk us through each of the drive types and explain the benefits to help you decide which is best suited to your lifestyle and living… Read more »

Reclaiming independence with the Frontier V6 AT

When Army veteran Josh was left permanently disabled with a spinal cord injury and permanent brain injury while serving in Iraq, he thought he would never be independent again. Josh trialled a Magic Mobility Frontier V6 All Terrain (AT) at an Independence Fund Expo and was blown away by the comfort and immediate relief from… Read more »

Magic Mobility powerchairs funded under USA Medicare & Medicaid

Did you know that Magic Mobility powerchairs can be funded under Medicare and Medicaid Services in the USA? Powerchairs like the Magic Mobility Frontier Urban C73 can be resourced under Medicare Group 3 funding codes. This is a great way to get into a Magic Mobility powerchair, one that’s perfectly suited to challenging urban terrain…. Read more »

The bogie arm system for impressive obstacle climbing

The bogie arm is a feature on Magic Mobility’s Frontier V6 All Terrain model, designed to provide stabilisation and increase your powerchair’s capacity for climbing obstacles. The Frontier V6 AT’s two bogie arms each support the castor wheels at the front of your wheelchair. We’ll show you how it works and why it’s been designed… Read more »

Gaining confidence with Magic Mobility

Bob has been a power wheelchair user for 30 years, and says upgrading to a Magic Mobility powerchair in late 2016 was life changing. In his Magic Mobility Frontier V6 All Terrain, Bob can now go almost anywhere without having to worry about challenging, changing terrain. “The first significant difference I noticed in my Frontier… Read more »

What’s New? RAM Mounts for your devices

At Magic Mobility, we understand how important it is to be able to easily access the devices you use everyday. Seven new RAM mounting systems are now available to add on to your powerchair, giving you convenient access to your phone, tablet, cup, camera, action camera and more. These can be mounted nearly anywhere on… Read more »

Creating art with Magic Mobility

Before LA based, Extreme X8 user Tommy became a quadriplegic, he had a very active lifestyle, adventuring outdoors, and aspirations to one day become an artist. When Tommy received his Magic Mobility powerchair, he was able to get back outdoors and be active with friends. He has also been able to incorporate his wheelchair into… Read more »

Top tips for going off road

Heading off road for the first time can be a challenge, so we’ve come up with some tips to get you started and keep you safe. This includes steps to prepare your chair, and tips for navigating steep, uneven, slippery or rocky terrain. Magic Mobility V6 All Terrain (AT) user Gary says it’s important to… Read more »

Giving you the confidence for all terrains

When going off road, Magic Mobility’s knobby tyres are the best choice to get you where you need to go. While uneven terrain and sharp objects can damage your tyres or cause leaks, Magic Mobility has designed puncture resistant tyre liners that help you avoid flat tyres and take the stress away. Made from an… Read more »

Richard manages his comfort and energy with Magic Mobility

Retired USA Veteran and IT worker Richard struggled to manage his Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) before he received his Frontier V6 All Terrain. Now the articulating suspension, comfort and capabilities of his Magic Mobility powerchair enable Richard to manage his condition, and have a life outside the four walls of his house. Richard says the key… Read more »

Specialty drive controls to give you more independence

At Magic Mobility, we understand that our users have different needs and abilities. So, our engineers have designed a range of specialty drive controls that provide you with the options you need to control your powerchair functions. Our specialty drive controls include the head control and chin control units, which are both designed and manufactured… Read more »

Tips and Tricks from those in the know

After asking some of our users and in-house engineers, we’ve rounded up some of the best tips and tricks for getting the most out of your powerchair. Learn how to safely climb curbs, and how to best care for your batteries and tyres so that you can push your boundaries and get more out of… Read more »

Getting back into your hobbies in the Extreme X8

Extreme X8 user Thomas is a retired USA Marine who was in a motorcycle-car accident in 2006, resulting in a spinal cord injury that left him unable to walk. With his Extreme X8, and the support of his wife, Thomas can go hunting, fishing, trap shooting and participate in many of the other hobbies he… Read more »